This new decal
sheet from Cutting Edge
Modelworks includes markings for 3 different Me-262's.
first aircraft is a Me-262 A-2a flown by Ofhr. Hans-Guido Mutke
9./JG7, Prague in 1945. This particular aircraft is currently
on display in the Deutsches Museum in Germany. The paint
scheme is RLM 76 light blue on the undersides and sides of the
fuselage and tail with RLM 82/RLM83 mottling on the upper parts of
the fuselage. The top sides of the wings have the standard
RLM82/83 camo pattern and you can find photos of this aircraft in
the ARC walkaround section. On the side of the fuselage is a
white 3 with a yellow outline. There are red and blue bands
going around the rear fuselage. This jet had underwing rockets
and ran low on fuel and landed in Switzerland during the war and was
returned to Germany in 1957.
second aircraft is a Me-262 A-1a flown by Major Theodor
Weissenberger Kommodore (208 aerial victories), JG7 at Kaltenkirchen
in January 1945. The paint scheme is RLM 76 light blue on the
undersides and RLM 81/82/83 on the upper parts of the fuselage and
wings (brown/ green/green camo). The top sides of the wings
have the standard RLM81/83 camo pattern. There are red and
blue bands going around the rear fuselage.