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Dragon Warbirds WWII Era Bombers

Dragon Warbirds WWII Era Bombers

This series includes high quality diecast models of modern and historical military aircraft. All items are true to scale, they include detailed markings, have removable weapons, detailed cockpits, moving wing flaps and even opening canopies.

#DRW51007 - USAAF Boeing B-17G-40 Flying Fortress Heavy Bomber - "Flak Eater", 364th Bombardment Squadron, 305th Bombardment Group, September 1944 (1:144 Scale)

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USAAF Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress Heavy Bomber - Silver Lady, 358th Bombardment Squadron, 303rd Bombardment Group, March 1945
USAAF Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress Heavy Bomber - "Silver Lady", 358th Bombardment Squadron, 303rd Bombardment Group, March 1945 (1:144 Scale)
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The B-17 will always be remembered as the most celebrated four-engine strategic aircraft of WW II, maybe of all time. From the summer of 1943 onwards, huge numbers of Boeing's great silver bird were found on airfields throughout the English countryside.
USAAF Boeing B-29 Superfortress Heavy Bomber - Bocks Car, 509th Composite Group, Nagasaki, Japan, August 9th, 1945
USAAF Boeing B-29 Superfortress Heavy Bomber - "Bocks Car", 509th Composite Group, Nagasaki, Japan, August 9th, 1945 (1:144 Scale)
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The Boeing B-29 Superfortress (Boeing Model 341/345) was a four-engine heavy bomber flown by the United States Army Air Force. It was one of the largest aircraft of World War II to see active service. When it entered service, it was one of the most advanced bombers of its time, featuring innovations such as a pressurized cabin, a central fire-control system, and remote-controlled machine gun turrets.
   
 
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