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P-61B Black Widow B-2 Spirit airplane aircraft model b2 RQ-4B Global Hawk USAF
P-61B Black Widow
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The P-61 Black Widow is a night fighter aircraft manufactured by Northrop. It was used by the United States Army Air Forces in World war II. The P-61 was also used in European missions and was successful against a variety of targets such as fighter planes, bombers, V-1 buzz bombs and ground targets. In mid 1944, the 418th and 412st NFS adopted the Black Widow and in the CBI, the 426th and 427th NFS transitioned to the P-61 later that year. The P-61 Black Widow is a very versatile fighter and is fairly effective against enemies. The P-61 was said to be the first American and only Allied purpose built aircraft to serve as a radar equipped fighter. It features three pilot, gunner and radar operator. Armament include four 20 mm Hispano M2 forward firing cannons and four Browning M2.50 cal machine fire control computer. Size:12.5" Long, 17" Wide, 9" High
The B-2 Spirit aircraft began as a black project identified as High Altitude Penetrating Bomber. Then it became the Advanced Technology Bomber, utilizing the code Senior Cejay. Afterwards, it became the B-2 Spirit. In 1980’s, 23 billion dollars were spent secretly for studies and advancement of the aircraft. In 1985, the aircraft became a low altitude bomber from a high altitude bomber, which they spent an extra cost for. The B-2 was in service in three operations. Its first appearance was in the Kosovo War in 1999. It first brought the satellite guided JDAM in operations. Because of that, it was used in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan and in Operation Iraqi Freedom. The B-2 is extremely computerized. And unlike those single seat fighter aircrafts, a crew can sleep inside a B-2, set his meals or use a toilet. The B-2 Spirit is a stealth heavy bomber and has the ability of organizing both nuclear and conventional armaments. It is privately operated by the United States Air Force. Its advancement was a highlight in the upgrading program of the United States Department of Defense. The B-2 aircrafts 2nd generation stealth technology was to assist the aircraft's penetration function to go on tremendous anti-aircraft protection. Size: 6" Long, 14" Wide, 8" High
The Northrop Grumman RQ-4 Global Hawk is an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) used as a surveillance aircraft. It can survey as much as 100,000 square kilometers of terrain a day, able to provide high resolution Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) that can penetrate cloud-cover and sandstorms, and Electro-Optical/Infrared (EO/IR) imagery at long range with loiter times over target areas. Global Hawk ATCD prototypes have been used in the War in Afghanistan and the Iraq War. On April 24, 2001, a Global Hawk flew nonstop from Edwards Air Force Base in the US to RAAF Base Edinburgh in Australia, making history by being the first pilotless aircraft to cross the Pacific Ocean. The flight took 22 hours. Size: 8" Long, 20" Wide, 7" High
P-47 Thunderbolt airplane aircraft model C-47A Skytrain  airplane aircraft model F/A-18 Hornet airplane aircraft model
P-47B Thunderbolt
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C-47A Skytrain (Olive)
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This collectable model P-47B Thunderbolt represents the “Jug” – a tough fighter that began the air war in Europe as a bomber escort and later became the primary fighter-bomber of the theater. This 1/32-scale model P-47B Thunderbolt makes a great pilot gift or a present for any veteran, aviation enthusiast or history buff.

The P-47 Thunderbolt was one of the largest single-engine fighters of the war, an airframe built around a powerful R-2800 radial engine of 2,500 horsepower. Armed with eight .50-caliber machine guns and able to carry up to 2,500 pounds of bombs or 10 5-inch rockets, the Thunderbolt was fast, tough and effective.

Service deliveries of the P-47 began in 1942, with its first combat mission on March 10, 1943. The Thunderbolt found air-to-air success, with tactics that took advantage of its ability to dive, then zoom-climb to regain energy. The P-47 shot down more than 3,700 enemy aircraft, then struck fear into Wehrmach formations as the ground war in Europe began again in 1944. Its ability to deliver bombs or rockets, as well as being a potent strafing platform severely hindered the movement of German units.

The P-47 served briefly with the Strategic Air Command following World War II. A number of P-47 remain flyable, and can often be seen and exhibits and air shows.
The C-47 Skytrain is a military transport based and developed from the DC-3 and was used extensively in world War II. It was manufactured by Douglas Aircraft Company.

The C-47 has proven itself for the success of many Allied campaigns, including Guadalcanal, New Guinea and Burma with its ability to counter the mobility of the light-traveling Japanese army. The C-47s were also used to airlift supplies to the embattled American forces during the Battle of Bastogne. The C-47 became notable for flying The Hump from India into China. From 1946 to 1947, the C-47s saw service with the USAF Strategic Air Command. The C-47 was also used by the Americans during the initial stages of the Berlin Airlift and subsequently, it was replaced by the C-54. The C-47 also played various roles including the AC-47 gunships and the EC-47 for counterintelligence during the Vietnam War. The C-47 was also acquired by the Royal Canadian Air Force for search and rescue operations in 1940-1950. The C-47A is a variant of the C-47 with a 24-volt electrical system and there were 5,254 C-47As built.

The primary users of the C-47 are the U.S. Army Air Force, U.S. Air Force and Royal Air Force.
The Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet is a twin-engine carrier-based multirole fighter aircraft. The F/A-18E single-seat variant and F/A-18F tandem-seat variant are larger and more advanced derivatives of the F/A-18C and D Hornet. The Super Hornet has an internal 20 mm gun and can carry air-to-air missiles and air-to-surface weapons. Additional fuel can be carried with up to five external fuel tanks and the aircraft can be configured as an airborne tanker by adding an external air refueling system. Designed and initially produced by McDonnell Douglas, the Super Hornet first flew in 1995. Full-rate production began in September 1997, after the merger of McDonnell Douglas and Boeing the previous month. The Super Hornet entered service with the United States Navy in 1999, replacing the Grumman F-14 Tomcat since 2006, and serves alongside the original Hornet. The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), which has operated the F/A-18A as its main fighter since 1984, ordered the F/A-18F in 2007 to replace its aging F-111 fleet. RAAF Super Hornets entered service in December 2010. Size: 12" Long, 9" Wide, 8" High
F-105D Thunderchief B-26C Invader F-22 RAPTOR  airplane aircraft model
F-105D Thunderchief
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B-26C Invader
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F-22 Raptor
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The Republic F-105 Thunderchief, also called as the "Thud", was the first single-seat supersonic, all-weather strike fighter-bomber used by the U.S. Air Force. First flown on October 2, 1955, the Thunderchief entered service in 1958. Aside from being the largest, single-engine tactical aircraft in history, the F-105 was notable for its large internal bomb bay and unique swept-forward engine inlets in the wing roots. The wing was highly swept and incorporated low-speed ailerons and high-speed spoilers for lateral control, and a droop-snoot leading edge. Originally designed to deliver nuclear weapons at supersonic speeds, the F-105 Thunderchief, like the B-52, was pressed into service delivering iron bombs to North Vietnam. In this role the F-105 excelled and by the end of 1970 the F-105 had flown 75% of the bombing missions to North Vietnam. With over 20,000 Thunderchief sorties were flown, with 382 aircraft lost (nearly half of the 833 produced) including 62 operational casualties. Although it lacked the agility of smaller MiG fighters, USAF F-105s demonstrated the effectiveness of guns, and were credited with downing 27.5 enemy aircraft. The F-105D variant was the definitive production model of the Thunderchief series. The D-model was an all-weather strike fighter bomber, fitted with monopulse and Doppler radar for night or bad weather operations. This radar was capable of terrain avoidance commands. The original weapons bay, designed for nuclear stores, was sealed and fitted with additional fuel tanks. Bombs were carried on multiple weapons racks on the center line of the fuselage, and on wing pylons. The aircraft was fitted with a retractable in-flight refueling probe. During the Vietnam War, F-105 units operated from bases in Thailand. First flew on June 9 1959, the F-105D entered service with 335th TFS in 1960. The last F-105D was withdrawn from USAF service on July 12, 1980. A total of 610 D Model of the Thunderchief were built. Size: 17" Long, 9" Wide, 9.5" High
The Douglas A-26 Invader (B-26 between 1948-1965) was a United States twin-engined light attack bomber built by the Douglas Aircraft Co. during World War II that also saw service during several of the Cold War's major conflicts. A limited number of highly modified aircraft served in combat until 1969. The last A-26 in active US service was assigned to the Air National Guard; that aircraft was retired from military service in 1972 by the US Air Force and the National Guard Bureau and donated to the National Air and Space Museum. Size: 14" Long, 17.5" Wide, 9.5" High

F-22 RAPTOR

This 1/58 scale model of the F-22 Raptor has a wing span of 9.5 inches and is 13 inches in length.

It comes with a decorative base which reads:


Advanced stealth technology, electronic warfare, signals intelligence and ground attack capabilities easily make the F-22 Raptor an integral component of the USAF strike force. Designed to counter emerging worldwide threats, the U.S. Air Force proclaims the F-22 as the most outstanding fighter plane ever built. The F-22's stealth posed a high degree of importanceon low observance in the entire spectrum of sensors including radar signature, visual infrared, acoustic and radio frequency.


Gulfstream V Cessna Citation X  House Scheme B-17 G Flying Fortress "Shoo Shoo Shoo Baby"
Gulfstream V
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Cessna Citation X House Scheme
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B-17 G Flying Fortress "Shoo Shoo Baby"
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The Gulfstream V is known as the world's first ultra long-range business jet. It is recognized as the safest, most reliable, most comfortable, high-performance, ultra-long range business aircraft in the world. Gulfstream V completes worldwide missions that exceed the capabilities of all other corporate aircraft.

From the unique engine performance and advanced communications capabilities to the cabin that offers maximum passenger comfort and productivity, the Gulfstream V continues the Gulfstream legacy of innovation and quality. It is powered by two Rolls-Royce BR710 turbofan engines, the Gulfstream ability to travel non-stop for 6,500 nautical miles and at speeds up to Mach 0.885 sets The World Standard for world travel. Now in its eighth year of customer service, the Gulfstream V routinely flies non-stop from Aspen to Frankfurt, London to Hong Kong, Beijing to New York, and Moscow to Los Angeles. In February 1998, Gulfstream and the GV Industry Team were awarded the prestigious 1997 Robert J. Collier Trophy by the National Aeronautic Association. To date, there are more than 188 Gulfstream Vs in service worldwide. The Gulfstream V, which has set more than 80 world and national records, ended production with the 193rd aircraft in December 2002 when the production line transitioned to the G500 and G550.
The Cessna Citation X is currently the fastest business jet and flying civilian airplane in the world with a traveling speed of up to 605 mph. In October 1990, the National Business Aviation Association Convention in New Orleans announced the development of the Citation X. The certification of the Cessna Citation X was delayed several times. The main reasons for the delays were the avionics and the engine integration failure to the aircraft, the engines also didn't pass the bird strike criteria and directional stability challenges. The certification was finally approved on June 3, 1996. In June 1996, the first Citation X was delivered to Arnold Palmer, a golfer and avid Cessna customer. The Citation X continued to set speed records. In January 1, 2002, all Citation X underwent upgrade and the main characteristics of the upgraded version are a 5% increase in thrust, a 400 lbs increase in maximum take-off weight and improved Honeywell avionics. The Citation X incorporates a number of innovative design features; large diameter of the engine intakes, reduced noise from the engines and improved fuel efficiency. The Citation X was also the first aircraft from Cessna to use a Rolls-Royce engine and fully-integrated avionics. Despite Cessna's long history of building business jets and the number of aircraft in the Citation family, the Citation X was a completely new design, not a derivative of earlier Citations. The Cessna Citation X is currently the fastest civilian aircraft being flown, though the Concorde and Tupolev Tu-144 were both faster, but they are no longer in service. Size: 11.5"Long, 11" Wide, 8" High
B-17 G FLYING FORTRESS "SHOO SHOO SHOO BABY"
This 1:100 Scale model of the B-17 G Fly Fortress "Shoo Shoo Shoo Baby" is a part of our Planes and Weapons Series.
The decorative base features the AN-M64 500-lb GP bomb and the smaller AN-M57 250lb GP bomb in 1:16 scale.
The informative plaque reads:
"Designed as a strategic high-flying, long range bomber able to defend itself, the Boeing B-17 was primarily involved in the daylight precision strategic bombing campaign of WW2 against industrial targets deep in Nazi Germany. Shoo Shoo Shoo Baby, a B-17G, was heavily damaged on one such raid and made a forced landing in neutral Sweden, where it was interred. Restored as a museum display, this is is how the airplane appeared during the war.
The b-17G could carry more than 17,000 lbs of bombs such as the AN-M64 500-lbs GP bomb (10g, approximately in 1:16 scale) and the smaller AN-M57 250-lbs GP bomb (bottom)
P-51D Mustang "Pacific Theater" V2 Rocket Orbiter (S) Atlantis
P-51D Mustang "Pacific Theater"
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V2 Rocket
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Orbiter (S) Atlantis
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P-51D MUSTANG "PACIFIC THEATER"
This 1:36 scale model of the P-51D Mustang "Pacific Theater" is part of our Planes and Weapons Series.
The decorative base features the AN-M64 500-lb GP bomb and the smaller AN-M57 250lb GP bomb in 1:16 scale.
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North American Aviation's P-51D Mustang, one of WW2's most successful fighter aircraft, flew most of its wartime missions as a bomber escort in raids over Germany, but it also saw service against Japanese forces in the China-India-Burma theater and other areas in the Pacific. The P-51D served as a long range bomber escort and ground support fighter, and was armed with six .50 cal, heavy machine-guns and a variety of bombs.
The p-51D was mainly an escort fighter but it could hold its own in the ground support role, carrying bombs such as these. Shown here are at approximately 1:16 scale. AN-M64 500-lbs aerial bomb (top) and AN-M57 250-lbs aerial bomb (bottom)

V2 ROCKET

Orbiter (S) Atlantis


Orbiter (S)Endeavour Orbiter (S) Discovery ATG Javelin -
Orbiter (S) Endeavour
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ATG Javelin
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Space Shuttle Discovery Desktop  (Small) Space Shuttle Columbia Desktop (Small) Space Shuttle Discovery Desktop (Small)
Space Shuttle Discovery Desktop (Small)
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Space Shuttle Discovery with SRB 1/260 Spacecraft Scale Model (Small) Space Shuttle Columbia with SRB 1/260 Spacecraft Scale Model (Small) Space Shuttle Discovery (Orbiter Only) 1/200 Spacecraft Scale Model (Small)
Space Shuttle Columbia Desktop (Small) Space Shuttle Atlantis Desktop (Small) DELTA II 1/144
Space Shuttle Columbia Desktop (Small)
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DELTA II 1/144
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Space Shuttle Columbia (Orbiter Only) 1/200 Spacecraft Scale Model (Small) Space Shuttle Atlantis (Orbiter Only) 1/200 Spacecraft Scale Model (Small) Delta II Rocket
F4U Corsair airplane aircraft model F6F-5 Hellcat P-38 Lightning airplane aircraft model
F4U-1D USN CORSAIR 1/48
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F6F-5 HELLCAT USN 1/48
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P-38J LIGHTNING 1/48
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F4U-1D (Corsair Mk IV): Built in parallel with the F4U-1C, but was introduced in April 1944. It had the new -8W water-injection engine. This change gave the aircraft up to 250 hp (190 kW) more power, which, in turn, increased performance. Speed was increased from 417 mph (671 km/h) to 425 mph (684 km/h). Due to the U.S. Navy's need for fighter-bombers, it had a payload of rockets double the -1A's, as well as twin-rack plumbing for an additional belly drop tank. However, these modifications necessitated the need for rocket tabs (attached to fully metal-plated underwing surfaces) and bomb pylons to be bolted on the fighter, causing extra drag. The extra fuel carried by the two drop tanks would still allow the aircraft to fly relatively long missions despite the heavy, un-aerodynamic loads. A single piece "blown" clear-view canopy was adopted as standard equipment for the -1D model, and all later F4U production aircraft. Additional production was carried out by Goodyear (FG-1D) and Brewster (F3A-1D). In Fleet Air Arm service, the latter was known as the Corsair III, and both had their wingtips clipped – 8 inches (203 mm) per wing – to allow storage in the lower hangars of British carriers.[99] F6F-5 Hellcat P-38J Lightning
Space Shuttle F/S Atlantis (S) Space Shuttle F/S Endeavour (S) Space Shuttle F/S Discovery (S)
Space Shuttle F/S Atlantis (S)
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Space Shuttle F/S Atlantis (S)


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