Altaya AB42 USAAF Douglas A-20G Havoc Light Attack Bomber (1:144 Scale)
"Too much credit cannot be given to these men of the 12th Army Group, Ninth Air Force tactical team who are relentlessly battering our foe on the ground and from the air. They beat him on the beachhead, drove him from the occupied nations, crushed him in his own Rhineland, and next will destroy him in the heart of his Fatherland. It is these fighting men who are responsible for our past successes, and it is their indomitable spirit which assures a speedy and crushing victory for our cooperating arms."
- Omar N. Bradley, Lt. General, U.S.A. Commanding, March 27th, 1945
The Douglas A-20/DB-7 Havoc was a family of American attack, light bomber and night fighter aircraft of World War II, that served with several Allied air forces, principally those of the Soviet Union, United Kingdom, and United States. The DB-7 was also used by the air forces of Australia, South Africa, France, and the Netherlands during the war, and Brazil afterwards. The bomber aircraft was known as Boston among British and Commonwealth air forces, while the Royal Air Force night fighter variants were given the service name Havoc. The United States Army Air Forces assigned the DB-7 the designation "A-20" and gave it the popular name "Havoc".
Pictured here is a 1:144 scale replica of a US Army Air Force Douglas A-20G Havoc Light Attack Bomber. Now in stock!
Wingspan: 4 inches
Length: 5-1/2 inches
Release Date: September 2013