Werner’s Wings is pleased to announce their Limited Ddition 1/35 scale decal release “Irene” is out now
Coming soon from Werner's Wings will be a new 1/35 scale decal sheet covering the AH-6J/MH-6J and MH-60L of TF-160th based in Somalia during operation “Irene”
Werners Wings has announced that the 1/32 scale vacformed canopies for the AH-1G Huey Cobra are back in stock
Werners Wings has posted images of a resin UH-1D/H Correction Set in 1/48 scale which will be released this weekend
Werner Wings has produced a decal sheet in 1/48 scale with a bumper number of marking options for the UH-1D/H
Werners Wings has released a AH-6J SIRSS-1B Downturned Exhaust designed to fit the Kitty Hawk 1/35th scale Ah-6J/MH-6J Little Bird kit.
Werners Wings has released a Vietnam era hoist designed for the Kitty Hawk 1/48 scale UH-1D
Werners Wings is currently producing a Vietnam era hoist designed for the Kitty Hawk 1/48 scale UH-1D
Werner’s Wings has announced a few new upgrades and decals designed for the Kitty Hawk 1/48th scale UH-1D Huey kit.
Wener Wings has released a decal sheet titled “Vietnam Ace Capt. Steve Ritchie and Friends” in 1/72 and 1/48 scales
Werner’s Wings has released a resin 1/35 external fuel tanks for a Marine Corps AH-1 or UH-1 and a 1/35 and 1/48 skis set for either the UH-60 or AH-64
Werner's Wings has announced a great new set for 1/35 Marine modelers. For those who are interested in modern helicopters, this set is a much welcomed addition.
Werner's Wings has another great helicopter accessory and update set. They have recently released 3 different auxiliary fuel cells for use in UH-1 helicopters. These fuel cells are routinely used by the USMC on their UH-1N helicopters.
Werner's Wings have produced two DVDs with tons of reference pictures about the UH-1D Huey Helicopter. Based on the work of Ray Wilhite, one is focused on the short body version and the second on the long body version.
Werners Wings have produced a very neat resin conversion for the sleek Bf 109V-13/14 for use with Tamiya's popular 1:48 Emil.