Mistel-Flying Bomb 3d Printed Set
Mistel-Flying Bomb 3d Printed Set

Mistel-Flying Bomb 3d Printed Set

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The Mistel or (Mistletoe) was a composite aircraft configuration capable of delivering an air-launched unmanned explosive drone.  The most typical of these weapon systems involved a fighter carrying a larger modified Ju-88.  Such a weapon delivered a 2,000lb shape-charged warhead that allowed excellent penetration of concrete structures or naval targets.  About 250 were built and used with limited effectiveness.

The Mistel was an aircraft-launched explosive drone.  Now you can command this awesome weapon in Global War!


Historical Board Gaming line of 3D printed sets are designated in rules as followed by a letter (TDPA, TDPB etc) so your rules can be referenced in future expansions.  Players of Global War 1939 and Axis & Allies 1940 will find these rules compatible with those games. Some slight modifications needed for these game systems are detailed in the appendix.  This set is designated TDPEa (our original set TDPE had the Triebflugel which is now sold separately)


TDPE Set Contents                                                                                 

Mistel Base Set

Mistel x1 (3d printed Black)

Rule Set (x1)



5 Stars
Mistel and Triebflugel
Another success from HBG. The Mistel does a good job of harassing British shipping, but the Triebflugel is almost indispensable. It's ability to protect facilities from strategic bombing is superb. It is especially necessary if playing with the Nuclear expansion when you have to protect your nuclear facilities which are sure to be attacked by the Allies. Pick up a set of these to help the Germans maintain air supremacy.
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Reviewed by:  from Washington State. on 4/19/2015
5 Stars
Cool Unit
I don't even have plans to use the unit in my game, but it is such a cool looking unit and historically noteworthy that I purchased one anyway.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Saskatchewan. on 9/4/2019

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