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Armour Collection Vietnam War Era diecast Military Aircraft

Armour Collection Vietnam War Era diecast Military Aircraft


This range encompasses various 1:48 scale military aircraft that saw service during the Vietnam War.
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Mikoyan Gurevich MiG 17F Fresco C Fighter - North Vietnamese Air Force, Colonel Toon Polish Air and Air Defense Forces Mikoyan Gurevich Lim-5 Fighter - Red 336, 1971 Bulgarian Air Force Mikoyan Gurevich MiG 17F Fresco C Fighter - Red 69
North Vietnamese Air Force Mikoyan Gurevich MiG 17F "Fresco C" Fighter - Colonel Toon (1:48 Scale)
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Polish Air and Air Defense Forces Mikoyan Gurevich Lim-5 Fighter - 'Red 336', 1971 (1:48 Scale)
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Bulgarian Air Force Mikoyan Gurevich MiG 17F "Fresco C" Fighter - 'Red 69' (1:48 Scale)
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The prototype of the MiG-17 was a conversion of an older MiG-15 airframe. This prototype had a thinner wing that incorporated a mid-span bend in the leading edge. The prototype also had a longer fuselage and a larger vertical fin than the older MiG-15. In August 1951, with its test program completed, the aircraft was ordered into mass production and designated the MiG-17 (called the "Fresco" by NATO). The prototype of the MiG-17 was a conversion of an older MiG-15 airframe. This prototype had a thinner wing that incorporated a mid-span bend in the leading edge. The prototype also had a longer fuselage and a larger vertical fin than the older MiG-15. In August 1951, with its test program completed, the aircraft was ordered into mass production and designated the MiG-17 (called the "Fresco" by NATO). The prototype of the MiG-17 was a conversion of an older MiG-15 airframe. This prototype had a thinner wing that incorporated a mid-span bend in the leading edge. The prototype also had a longer fuselage and a larger vertical fin than the older MiG-15. In August 1951, with its test program completed, the aircraft was ordered into mass production and designated the MiG-17 (called the "Fresco" by NATO).
US Army Bell AH-1G Cobra Attack Helicopter - Widow Maker, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, Vietnam, 1971 US Army Bell AH-1G Cobra Attack Helicopter - F Troop, 4th Cavalry Regiment, Vietnam, 1972 US Army Bell AH-1G Cobra Attack Helicopter - Rebels, B Company, 1st Aviation Battalion, 1st Infantry Division
US Army Bell AH-1G Cobra Attack Helicopter - "Widow Maker", 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, Vietnam, 1971 (1:48 Scale)
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US Army Bell AH-1G Cobra Attack Helicopter - "F Troop", 4th Cavalry Regiment, Vietnam, 1972 (1:48 Scale)
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US Army Bell AH-1G Cobra Attack Helicopter - "Rebels", B Company, 1st Aviation Battalion, 1st Infantry Division (1:48 Scale)
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While the ubiquitous UH-1 "Huey" could perform a variety of roles, it was found to be too slow for the gunship or escort role. Bell Helicopter won the competition for an interim fast armed escort helicopter in March 1966, against the Sikorsky S-61 and the Kaman H-2 Tomahawk, while the Army was waiting for the fielding of the AAFSS AH-56A Cheyenne. The AAFSS program was cancelled in 1972. While the ubiquitous UH-1 "Huey" could perform a variety of roles, it was found to be too slow for the gunship or escort role. Bell Helicopter won the competition for an interim fast armed escort helicopter in March 1966, against the Sikorsky S-61 and the Kaman H-2 Tomahawk, while the Army was waiting for the fielding of the AAFSS AH-56A Cheyenne. The AAFSS program was cancelled in 1972. While the ubiquitous UH-1 "Huey" could perform a variety of roles, it was found to be too slow for the gunship or escort role. Bell Helicopter won the competition for an interim fast armed escort helicopter in March 1966, against the Sikorsky S-61 and the Kaman H-2 Tomahawk, while the Army was waiting for the fielding of the AAFSS AH-56A Cheyenne. The AAFSS program was cancelled in 1972.
USMC Bell AH-1J Cobra Attack Helicopter - VX-5 Vampires, China Lake, May 1973 US Army Bell AH-1J Cobra Attack Helicopter - Southeast Asia US Air Force Bell UH-1N Twin Huey Helicopter Gunship - 20th Special Operations Squadron, Hurlbert Field, FL, 1982
USMC Bell AH-1J Cobra Attack Helicopter - VX-5 "Vampires", China Lake, May 1973 (1:48 Scale)
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US Army Bell AH-1J Cobra Attack Helicopter - Southeast Asia (1:48 Scale)
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US Air Force Bell UH-1N Twin Huey Helicopter Gunship - 20th Special Operations Squadron, Hurlbert Field, FL, 1982 (1:48 Scale)
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While the ubiquitous UH-1 "Huey" could perform a variety of roles, it was found to be too slow for the gunship or escort role. Bell Helicopter won the competition for an interim fast armed escort helicopter in March 1966, against the Sikorsky S-61 and the Kaman H-2 Tomahawk, while the Army was waiting for the fielding of the AAFSS AH-56A Cheyenne. The AAFSS program was cancelled in 1972. While the ubiquitous UH-1 "Huey" could perform a variety of roles, it was found to be too slow for the gunship or escort role. Bell Helicopter won the competition for an interim fast armed escort helicopter in March 1966, against the Sikorsky S-61 and the Kaman H-2 Tomahawk, while the Army was waiting for the fielding of the AAFSS AH-56A Cheyenne. The AAFSS program was cancelled in 1972. So unassuming is the humble Huey (never called "Iroquois" by those who flew them) that its role as one of the major combat aircraft of the century is easily forgotten. More than 12,000 of all models were built and -- on any given day, during its heyday in Vietnam -- 2,000 could be in the air at once.
USMC Bell AH-1T Sea Cobra Attack Helicopter - HMM-261 Raging Bulls US Army Bell UH-1D Huey Helicopter - 335th Assault Helicopter Company Cowboys, 1967 US Army Bell UH-1D Huey Helicopter - 174th Assault Helicopter Company Sharks
USMC Bell AH-1T Sea Cobra Attack Helicopter - HMM-261 "Raging Bulls" (1:48 Scale)
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US Army Bell UH-1D Huey Helicopter - 335th Assault Helicopter Company "Cowboys", 1967 (1:48 Scale)
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US Army Bell UH-1D Huey Helicopter - 174th Assault Helicopter Company "Sharks" (1:48 Scale)
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While the ubiquitous UH-1 "Huey" could perform a variety of roles, it was found to be too slow for the gunship or escort role. Bell Helicopter won the competition for an interim fast armed escort helicopter in March 1966, against the Sikorsky S-61 and the Kaman H-2 Tomahawk, while the Army was waiting for the fielding of the AAFSS AH-56A Cheyenne. The AAFSS program was cancelled in 1972. So unassuming is the humble Huey (never called "Iroquois" by those who flew them) that its role as one of the major combat aircraft of the century is easily forgotten. More than 12,000 of all models were built and -- on any given day, during its heyday in Vietnam -- 2,000 could be in the air at once. So unassuming is the humble Huey (never called "Iroquois" by those who flew them) that its role as one of the major combat aircraft of the century is easily forgotten. More than 12,000 of all models were built and -- on any given day, during its heyday in Vietnam -- 2,000 could be in the air at once.
US Army Bell UH-1D Huey Helicopter - 1st Cavalry, Vietnam, 1966 USAF F-104 Starfighter Interceptor - 198th Tactical Fighter Squadron, Puerto Rican Air National Guard NASA Lockheed F-104N Starfighter Chase Plane
US Army Bell UH-1D Huey Helicopter - 1st Cavalry, Vietnam, 1966 (1:48 Scale)
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USAF Lockheed F-104 Starfighter Interceptor - 198th Tactical Fighter Squadron, Puerto Rican Air National Guard (1:48 Scale)
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NASA Lockheed F-104N Starfighter Chase Plane (1:48 Scale)
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So unassuming is the humble Huey (never called "Iroquois" by those who flew them) that its role as one of the major combat aircraft of the century is easily forgotten. More than 12,000 of all models were built and -- on any given day, during its heyday in Vietnam -- 2,000 could be in the air at once. Introduced to the world as "the missile with a man in it," the striking Lockheed F-104 Starfighter promised to be the ultimate interceptor. Small, light in weight and with stunning straight-line performance, the F-104 was never agile enough to become what its designers wanted. Introduced to the world as "the missile with a man in it," the striking Lockheed F-104 Starfighter promised to be the ultimate interceptor. Small, light in weight and with stunning straight-line performance, the F-104 was never agile enough to become what its designers wanted.
German Lockheed F-104 Starfighter - JBG 33, Last Flight USAF Lockheed F-104 Starfighter Interceptor - Air Force Test Pilot School, Edwards AFB, CA German Lockheed F-104 Starfighter - Marineflieger MFG1-Jagel 22+28
German Lockheed F-104 Starfighter - JBG 33, "Last Flight" (1:48 Scale)
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USAF Lockheed F-104 Starfighter Interceptor - Air Force Test Pilot School, Edwards AFB, CA (1:48 Scale)
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German Lockheed F-104 Starfighter - Marineflieger 'MFG1-Jagel' 22+28 (1:48 Scale)
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Introduced to the world as "the missile with a man in it," the striking Lockheed F-104 Starfighter promised to be the ultimate interceptor. Small, light in weight and with stunning straight-line performance, the F-104 was never agile enough to become what its designers wanted. Introduced to the world as "the missile with a man in it," the striking Lockheed F-104 Starfighter promised to be the ultimate interceptor. Small, light in weight and with stunning straight-line performance, the F-104 was never agile enough to become what its designers wanted. Introduced to the world as "the missile with a man in it," the striking Lockheed F-104 Starfighter promised to be the ultimate interceptor. Small, light in weight and with stunning straight-line performance, the F-104 was never agile enough to become what its designers wanted.
US Navy F-4 Phantom Fighter-Bomber - VF-84 Jolly Rogers, USS Independence (CV-62), Gulf of Tonkin, Vietnam, 1965 USMC McDonnell F-4 Phantom II Fighter-Bomber - VMFA-321 Hell's Angels USAF McDonnell F-4 Phantom II Fighter-Bomber - 35th Anniversary of the Phantoms First Flight
US Navy McDonnell F-4 Phantom Fighter-Bomber - VF-84 "Jolly Rogers", USS Independence (CV-62), Gulf of Tonkin, Vietnam, 1965 (1:48 Scale)
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USMC McDonnell F-4 Phantom II Fighter-Bomber - VMFA-321 "Hell's Angels" (1:48 Scale)
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USAF McDonnell F-4 Phantom II Fighter-Bomber - 35th Anniversary of the Phantom's First Flight (1:48 Scale)
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Known as the "MiG Killer," the F-4 Phantom was an unlikely hero given its unique design. Unlike traditionally smaller and sleeker single-seat fighters, the Phantom broke all the rules. It was huge, had bent wings, and a two-man crew, and was one of the first aircraft to carry missile armament. Known as the "MiG Killer," the F-4 Phantom was an unlikely hero given its unique design. Unlike traditionally smaller and sleeker single-seat fighters, the Phantom broke all the rules. It was huge, had bent wings, and a two-man crew, and was one of the first aircraft to carry missile armament. Known as the "MiG Killer," the F-4 Phantom was an unlikely hero given its unique design. Unlike traditionally smaller and sleeker single-seat fighters, the Phantom broke all the rules. It was huge, had bent wings, and a two-man crew, and was one of the first aircraft to carry missile armament.
US Navy F-4J Phantom II Fighter-Bomber - VX-4 Evaluators, Bicentennial 1776-1976 USAF McDonnell F-4D Phantom II Fighter-Bomber - Richard Steve Richie, 555th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 432nd Tactical Fighter Wing, Operation Linebacker II, 1972 US Navy McDonnell F-4 Phantom Fighter-Bomber - Blue Angels
US Navy McDonnell F-4J Phantom II Fighter-Bomber - VX-4 Evaluators, Bicentennial 1776-1976 (1:48 Scale)
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USAF McDonnell F-4D Phantom II Fighter-Bomber - Richard "Steve" Richie, 555th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 432nd Tactical Fighter Wing, Operation Linebacker II, 1972 (1:48 Scale)
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US Navy McDonnell F-4 Phantom Fighter-Bomber - "Blue Angels" (1:48 Scale)
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Known as the "MiG Killer," the F-4 Phantom was an unlikely hero given its unique design. Unlike traditionally smaller and sleeker single-seat fighters, the Phantom broke all the rules. It was huge, had bent wings, and a two-man crew, and was one of the first aircraft to carry missile armament. Known as the "MiG Killer," the F-4 Phantom was an unlikely hero given its unique design. Unlike traditionally smaller and sleeker single-seat fighters, the Phantom broke all the rules. It was huge, had bent wings, and a two-man crew, and was one of the first aircraft to carry missile armament. Known as the "MiG Killer," the F-4 Phantom was an unlikely hero given its unique design. Unlike traditionally smaller and sleeker single-seat fighters, the Phantom broke all the rules. It was huge, had bent wings, and a two-man crew, and was one of the first aircraft to carry missile armament.
US Navy McDonnell F-4J Phantom Fighter-Bomber - VX-4 Evaluators Black Bunny, NAS Point Magu, CA, 1969 RAF F-4 Phantom II Fighter-Bomber - No. 56 Squadron USAF McDonnell F-4E Phantom II Fighter-Bomber - Spunky VI, 388th Tactical Fighter Wing, Korat RTAB, 1970
US Navy McDonnell F-4J Phantom Fighter-Bomber - VX-4 Evaluators "Black Bunny", NAS Point Magu, CA, 1969 (1:48 Scale)
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RAF McDonnell F-4 Phantom II Fighter-Bomber - No. 56 Squadron (1:48 Scale)
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USAF McDonnell F-4E Phantom II Fighter-Bomber - "Spunky VI", 388th Tactical Fighter Wing, Korat RTAB, 1970 (1:48 Scale)
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Known as the "MiG Killer," the F-4 Phantom was an unlikely hero given its unique design. Unlike traditionally smaller and sleeker single-seat fighters, the Phantom broke all the rules. It was huge, had bent wings, and a two-man crew, and was one of the first aircraft to carry missile armament. Known as the "MiG Killer," the F-4 Phantom was an unlikely hero given its unique design. Unlike traditionally smaller and sleeker single-seat fighters, the Phantom broke all the rules. It was huge, had bent wings, and a two-man crew, and was one of the first aircraft to carry missile armament. Known as the "MiG Killer," the F-4 Phantom was an unlikely hero given its unique design. Unlike traditionally smaller and sleeker single-seat fighters, the Phantom broke all the rules. It was huge, had bent wings, and a two-man crew, and was one of the first aircraft to carry missile armament.
USAF F-4 Phantom II Fighter-Bomber - MiG Killer, 34th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 388th Tactical Fighter Wing, Vietnam, 1972
USAF McDonnell F-4 Phantom II Fighter-Bomber - "MiG Killer", 34th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 388th Tactical Fighter Wing, Vietnam, 1972 (1:48 Scale)
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Known as the "MiG Killer," the F-4 Phantom was an unlikely hero given its unique design. Unlike traditionally smaller and sleeker single-seat fighters, the Phantom broke all the rules. It was huge, had bent wings, and a two-man crew, and was one of the first aircraft to carry missile armament.
   
 
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