Czechoslovak 312 Squadron - RAF Spitfire LF Mk.IX 5-Skinpack by Wine.
The skinpack contents liveries: DU-D, DU-F, DU-N, DU-W, DU-X.
312 Squadron RAF was a Czechoslovak-manned fighter squadron of the Royal Air Force during the Second World War.
It was first formed at Duxford in July 1940 and started flying Spitfires in October 1941. During 1942 it operated the Spitfires from the west of England, mainly coastal patrols and shipping reconnaissance flights. In September 1943 it joined the 2nd Tactical Air Force as a fighter-bomber unit with the Spitfire IX. The squadron operated over France softening up targets in preparation for the invasion and then supporting the landings. In July 1944 the squadron moved to RAF Coltishall and operated daytime bomber escort flight over continental Europe. Following the end of the war the squadron moved to Prague in August 1945 before being disbanded on transfer to the Czechoslovak air force in February 1946. ( Source Wikipedia )