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Revell Spitfire Mk.II,1/32 Scale KI
Along with the Me 109, the Spitfire the most well known aircraft of World War II. More than 22,500 units have been built in countless variants until long after the end of World War II. With the start of the 2nd World War, the RAF already introduced the Spitfire Mk I into its Fighter Squadrons. The first Spitfire Mk II left the Supermarine factory at Castle Bromwich in August 1940.
She now came with the standard 3-blade propeller and had additional armour fitted to protect the pilot.
Part No: 03986
Item Name: Spitfire Mk.II,1/32 Scale Ki
Revell 1/48 Tornado IDS
The Tornado is the largest European military aircraft program. The Tornado is inuse with four Air Forces. The employment spectrum of this fighter-bomber includes Offensive Air Support for ground forces, containment of the battlefieldand the fight against enemy air forces on the ground and in the air. It also features an electronic Flight Control System and an Automatic Terrain Following System.
Due to its "Swing-Wing" technology, the Tornado is equally able to fly low-level at both high speed (swept-wing) and low speed (un-swept). With combat performance upgrades and modifications, the Tornado will remain combat ready foranother 10 years.
Part No: 03987
Item Name: 1/48 Tornado IDS
Revell 1/32 Junkers Ju 88A-4 with B
The Ju 88 was the most versatile of all German Second World War Combat Aircraft.It was deployed as a dive bomber, night-fighter, torpedo bomber, mine-layer and reconnaissance aircraft. Mass production of the Ju 88A-1 began in September 1939. The Ju 88 was initially deployed during the occupation of Norway. From the following August it was increasingly deployed on attacks against the British Mainland.
Structural improvements to the A1 led to an improved defensive armament and changes to the wing. The result was the Ju88A-4 which entered mass-production on a large scale and became the Luftwaffe's standard bomber. It was the basis for all further development of the Ju 88 as a bomber, ground-attack and reconnaissance aircraft. The A-4 is one of the most prolific version of the Ju 88. Compared to its predecessors, it was extensively better armoured to protect the crew, had a more powerful engine and an uprated defensive armament. The first major deployment of the new aircraft was with KG 51 (Combat Wing 51) during the invasion of the Soviet Union on 22 June 1942. The Ju88A-4 was used in all theatres of war and was continuously improved. As well as aerodynamic improvements, engine performance was increased and a greater payload became available. Thus, the Ju88A-4 could carry up to 4 SC500 bombs intoaction. The exact number of Ju88's built is difficult to determine. In all thereabout 15,000 were built.
Part No: 03988
Item Name: Revell 1/32 Junkers Ju 88A-4
Revell 1/72 P26A Peashooter
The P-26A "Peashooter" was the last aircraft in the USAAC to have an open cockpit and a fixed undercarriage. Up to 1938 it was the fastest American fighter. It was already outdated when it entered service in 1934 and was decommissioned in 1941.
Part No: 03990
Item Name: 1/72 P26A Peashooter
Revell 1/72 Macchi Mc200
The C.200 "Saetta" (Lightning) was the first Italian fighter with fully retractable landing gear to be constructed to monocoque design principles. From 1940 onwards the "Saetta" was used in the Mediterranean Theatre and in the summer of 1941 was also used on the Eastern Front.
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Part No: 03991
Item Name: 1/72 Macchi Mc200
Revell 1/144 F-16C Fighting Falcon
The F-16 is considered to be one of the most versatile modern fighter aircraft. It has an almost unlimited role potential. Almost all types of weapon in the arsenal of the United States Air Force can deployed on the seven external weapon stations of the F-16 C.
Part No: 03992
Item Name: 1/144 F-16C Fighting Falcon
Revell 1/72 Vampire Fb 5
The Vampire was the first jet fighter aircraft to enter service with the RAF after the end of the Second World War. More than three thousand aircraft were built. It saw service with many European Air Forces as well as in many Commonwealth Countries. It proved its exceptional flight characteristics in numerous areas of conflict.
The Vampire FB5 was armed with Rocket Pods as well as four 20mm cannon. It reached a maximum speed of 861 km/h (535 mph).
Part No: 03993
Item Name: 1/72 Vampire Fb 5
Revell 1:72 Arado Ar 196 A3 Seaplan
The Arado Ar 196 was the best float-plane of the Second World War. It flew attacks against U-Boats as well as Coastal Reconnaissance Missions and the there-with associated attacks on small inshore vessels. Most aircraft of the Ar 196A-3 Series went to Coastal Aviation Groups as well as to various Maritime Reconnaissance Groups and larger ships.
- Structured Surfaces
- Detailed Cockpit with Instrument Panel
- Rotating Propeller
- Detailed Floats
- Twin Machine Gun
Decal Set for two Luftwaffe Versions:
- Ar 196A-3 of 5./ Bordfliegergruppe 196 August 1941 at Brest-Hourtin, France
- Arado Ar 196A-3 of Seenotrettungsgruppe 10; Seenotbereitschaftskomando IX Tromsoe, Norway; Septemeber 1943
Part No: 03994
Item Name: 1:72 Arado Ar 196 A3 Seaplane
Revell 1/72 Alpha Jet
The Alpha Jet was developed as an advanced trainer and light combat and tactical support aircraft. It entered military service in 1978. Valued for its manoeuvrability, safety and performance, the Alpha Jet has been in use with the French Air Force for training and instruction since 1979. In 2008 the "One Millionth" flying hour on Alpha Jets was achieved on a French Air Force machine.
One aircraft subsequently received the "Alpha" Logo and the "AJeTS" insignia of the Training Squadron.
Part No: 03995
Item Name: 1/72 Alpha Jet
Revell 1/144 F-15E Strike Eagle
As well as air-to-ground attack missions carrying heavy weapon loads, the F-15E is also used as a fighter / interceptor. It also flies missions at night and in all-weather conditions. It underwent its "Baptism of Fire" in Iraq during "Operation Desert Storm" in 1991. Clean, its maximum speed lies at around Mach 2.5 at high altitude.
This model kit from Revell contains new mouldings which show the detailed surfaces and engraved panel joints.
A cockpit is included to heighten scale realism - this includes an instrument panel and ejector seats. The undercarriage is given detail as are the two underwing tanks and four Sidewinder Guided Missiles A comprehensive decal sheet is included to finish off the model in the USAF scheme.
Part No: 03996
Item Name: Revell 1/144 F-15E Strike Eagle
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