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Air Force 1 Model Company World War II Era Diecast Military Aircraft

Air Force 1 Model Company World War II Era Diecast Military Aircraft

Air Force 1 Model Company represents a new line of multi-scale, die cast warbirds. Each model features engraved panel lines and simulated rivets, a detailed cockpit with a pilot figure and an opening canopy, movable flight control surfaces, fuselage- and wing-mounted fuel tanks and missiles (including AGM-84 Harpoon anti-ship missiles), realistic M61 Vulcan cannon ports, a detailed air intake and engine exhaust, extended landing gear, and authentic markings. Arrives ready to display.

#AF10110C - USAAF Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress Heavy Bomber - "Miss Conduct", 481st Bombardment Squadron, 100th Bombardment Group, Thorpe Abbots, Norfolk, England, 1943-45 (1:72 Scale)

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USAAF Northrop P-61B Black Widow Interceptor - 1 Lt George C. Cooper, "Cooper's Snooper", 548th Night Fighter Squadron, Iwo Jima, Spring 1945 USAAF Northrop P-61B Black Widow Interceptor - 1 Lt George C. Cooper, "Cooper's Snooper", 548th Night Fighter Squadron, Iwo Jima, Spring 1945 (1:72 Scale)

The Northrop P-61 Black Widow, named for the American spider, was the first operational U.S. military aircraft designed specifically for night interception of opposing aircraft, and was the first aircraft specifically designed to use radar.

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USAAF Consolidated B-24D Liberator Heavy Bomber - "Wongo Wongo," 512th Bomb Squadron, 376th Bomb Group, 9th Air Force, North Africa, 1943 USAAF Consolidated B-24D Liberator Heavy Bomber - "Wongo Wongo," 512th Bomb Squadron, 376th Bomb Group, 9th Air Force, North Africa, 1943 (1:72 Scale)

Life for the B-24 heavy bomber began in 1939, when the Army Air Corps initiated a request for a new bomber designed to exceed the performance of the B-17. Consolidated Aircraft responded quickly with its proposal, labeled Consolidated Model 32 and, on March 30th, 1939, was awarded the contract.

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USAAF Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress Heavy Bomber - "Swamp Fire", 524th Bombardment Squadron, 379th Bombardment Group, Kimbolton, England, 1944-45 USAAF Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress Heavy Bomber - "Swamp Fire", 524th Bombardment Squadron, 379th Bombardment Group, Kimbolton, England, 1944-45 (1:72 Scale)

The B-17, arguably World War II's most famous heavy bomber, first flew on July 28, 1935, before a crowd of reporters eager to see Boeing's new bomber take wing. It was dubbed the "Flying Fortress" by the members of the press in attendance because of its (at least for the time) heavy defensive armament.

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USAAF Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress Heavy Bomber - "Miss Conduct", 481st Bombardment Squadron, 100th Bombardment Group, Thorpe Abbots, Norfolk, England, 1943-45 USAAF Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress Heavy Bomber - "Miss Conduct", 481st Bombardment Squadron, 100th Bombardment Group, Thorpe Abbots, Norfolk, England, 1943-45 (1:72 Scale)

The B-17, arguably World War II's most famous heavy bomber, first flew on July 28, 1935, before a crowd of reporters eager to see Boeing's new bomber take wing. It was dubbed the "Flying Fortress" by the members of the press in attendance because of its (at least for the time) heavy defensive armament.

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