Captain “Red Lightning” Sarnai Hero of the Sino-Soviet Union – 1946 Hero of the Soviet Union – 1944 Order of Lenin – 1944 Order of the Patriotic War – 1943 Order of the Red Star – 1943 Born 1921 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, Sarnai is one of the most famous and decorated pilot of the VVS (Voyenno-Vozdushnye Sily), the Sino-Soviet Union Military Air Forces. With her father being one of the rare pilots in her home country, Sarnai learned to fly at an early age. A natural talent, she started flying between her hometown and Irkutsk, carrying love letters, precious merchandises and shady characters. When her country officially joined the war effort against Axis powers, she then joined the newly formed Mongolian Arat Squadron, in 1943. Her impressive skills soon proved to be invaluable and she was transferred to the 46th “Taman” Guards Night Bomber Aviation Regiment (the “Night Witches”). Accumulating an impressive score of victories, she was tasked to form the 179th Guards Assault Aviation Regiment that she now commands. It was the first unit to receive the “Grom” (thunder in Russian)in the Red Air Force. The Mil Mi-47Z “Grom” Tesla Assault Helicopter is the latest addition to the already impressive arsenal of the VVS. Quickly catching up with their German counterparts, the Soviet engineers have miniaturized their VK generator enough so they can fit inside the tight fuselage of an attack helicopter. This gives the aircraft a tremendous firepower, almost without equal on the planet. It takes incredible piloting skills to hit anything with Tesla guns from the air, but the results are devastating: the whole enemy aircraft shuts down, its controls (or pilot…) fried.
This reference comes with three Dust 1947 unit cards. Like all regular Dust 1947 miniatures, it comes already assembled and primed. It’s ready for the battlefield, or for painting, as you wish! You can directly paint over on it, since the priming serves as an undercoat and is compatible with any type of paint.
What doesn't kill you, makes you stronger comrade!
Try to look unimportant, they may be low on ammo.
If needed we defeat them drowning them in our own blood ...
If something is impossible to accomplish you need to find a guy that doesn't know that - and let him do it.
When using Chinese forces on the battelfield:
"Remember that army saved tons of cash on your weapon design!"
If your attack is going well, you have walked into an ambush.
Most important things are usually easy, easy ones - the hardest to accomplish.
Never stop your enemy from committing mistakes
Easy boys, we are save in cover!
Last word of John Stewart, just before Desert Sun attack