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US Navy Pilot (1950s)

PJ Productions 1/32 US Navy Pilot (1950s) Kit First Look

By Michael Benolkin

Date of Review February 2014 Manufacturer PJ Productions
Subject US Navy Pilot (1950s) Scale 1/32
Kit Number 321114 Primary Media Resin
Pros Exquisite detailing Cons Nothing noted
Skill Level Experienced MSRP (Euro) 10.50€

First Look

PJ Productions develops an interesting assortment of quality resin aircrew figures and accessories for scale modelers tired of lifeless models. These figures are beautifully cast in resin and are simple to assemble and paint.

US Navy Pilot (1950s)

This set depicts a typical US Navy pilot circa 1950s with the early crash helmet and goggles typical for early jet fighter operations. The kit also comes with an alternate head wearing a ball cap and Rayban sunglasses typical for a Spad (Skyraider) pilot. The set includes torso, separately cast arms and two heads. Assembly is easy and this set also includes a color-printed photo of the painted figure to illustrate the colors and 'look' of the completed pilot, though you can adapt the figure's colors to suit your particular setting.

For more information about this set and the other releases from PJ Productions, visit their website at

My sincere thanks to PJ Productions for this review sample!