1/100 scale. F-4 Phantom SnapTite. Revell USA.
Vietnam, March 1962. After seven years of war, Vietnam is still a crisis point. The US Army presses an experimental new helicopter, the HU-1, into service for aeromedical evacuation. Very quickly, other variants start pouring in. The UH-1H is an up-engined model capable of mounting desperately needed firepower. Multiple machine guns, rocket launchers, and door guns gave Hueys the ability to engage ground targets and support deployed troops. Kit features rotating main rotor, open/closed main doors, and decals for the "Hornets" assault squadron in Vietnam.
1/100 scale. Mil Mi-24D Hind helicopter. Revell Germany. The Mil Mi-24 is a large helicopter gunship, attack helicopter and low-capacity troop transport with room for eight passengers. Produced by Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant and has been operated since 1972 by the Soviet Air Force and its successors, along with more than 30 other nations. Kit features detailed interior with instrument panel and control column, fuselage detail, transparent single piece canopy and segmented windows, separate main rotor blades (movable), one-piece tail rotor, detailed undercarriage, guided missiles and rocket pods. Decals and color reference for 335th Aviation Regiment, Soviet Army, Kundus, Afghanistan, summer 1980 - includes stencil data and markings, weapons data and markings, instrument panel, consoles and other interior.
1/100 scale. Sikorsky UH-60A. Revell Germany. The UH-60A entered service with the U.S. Army in 1979, to replace the Bell UH-1 Iroquois as the Army's tactical transport helicopter. Kit features engraved panel lines, detailed cockpit, transparent (canopy, windows and nose glazing), separate main rotor blades (movable), single piece tail rotor, optional position cabin door, detailed undercarriage, rockets, missiles and gun pods. Decals and color markings for US Army, 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, Scott AFB, Illinois, 1996 - includes stencil data, canopy accents, window frames, instrument panel, consoles and other interior.
1/100 scale. Kamov "Hokum." Revell Germany Easykit. The Kamov Kz-50 "Chyornaya akula" or "Black Shark" is known in NATO circles as the Hokum A, a single-seat Russian attack helicopter with the distinctive Kamov coaxial rotor system. No gluing or painting required.
1/100 scale. EC-135. Revell Germany. The twin-engine, EC 135 light helicopter with its low-noise Fenestron tail rotor is a popular contemporary Eurocopter. Featuring a cellular structure and fiber tissue rotorblades as well as a multirole capability, it is reputedly one of the most inexpensive and low-maintenance helicopters available.
1/100 scale. BAe Harrier Gr.9 Revell Germany EasyKit. The second-generation British V/STOL strike aircraft - unassembled, pre-painted, snap construction kit with engraved surface features, cockpit insert with molded-in pilot, retractable landing gear, separate exhaust nozzles, underwing stores and one-piece canopy. Colorfully decorated in the farewell markings of RAF No 4 Squadron, 2010.
1/100 scale. F-15E Strike Eagle. Revell Germany Easykit. The McDonnell Douglas - now Boeing - F-15E Strike Eagle is a U.S. all-weather multirole strike fighter designed in the 1980s for long-range, high-speed interdiction. It has been deployed to such hot spots as Iraq, Afghanistan, and Libya and continues in service with the U.S. Air Force, as well as the Saudi, Israeli, and South Korean air forces. No gluing or painting required.
A larger version of the standard combat AT-AT, the AT-ACT walker has a dedicated cargo bed for the transportation of heavy building materials or combat munitions. It was deployed at major Imperial construction projects, such as shipyards and sprawling research installations. Features battle action sounds , full-motion positionable head, positionable feet, multi-joint postionable legs, lighted command cockpit. No tools, paint or glue needed, perfect for ages 8+. (2x) LR44 batteries included. Completed model is approximately 8.53" long.
The U-wing Fighter is a sturdy troop transport and gunship used by the Rebel Alliance, the starfighter is a well-armed swing-wing vessel that must penetrate heavy fire zones to deposit soldiers onto battlefields and then fly air support during dangerous missions against the Empire. Features battle action sounds, lighted cockpit with pilots, rotating positionable wings (hyper-drive or flying mode), removable landing gear. No tools, paint or glue needed, perfect for ages 8+. (2x) LR44 batteries included. Completed model is approximately 11" long.
1/100 scale. Vostok Rocket. MPC. Vostok was a family of rockets derived from the Soviet R-7 Semyorka ICBM designed for the human spaceflight programme. This family of rockets launched the first artificial satellite 'Sputnik' and the first manned spacecraft in human history. Kit contains both Sputnik satelite and Vostok 1 SA capsule - both include clear nose cone to show capsule detail. Also includes 8-page educational booklet.
NASA re-usable spaceplane vehicle kit. Features raised and recessed surface detail, cockpit, 2 seated astronaut figures, cargo bay (with 'Space-Lab' module, pallet and pivoting manipulator arm), optional position landing gear, positionable main rocket nozzles, hinged split rudder/air brake, payload hatches and chromed reflecting plates plus 2 position display stand. Decals and painting guide for 5 orbiters: Enterprise, Columbia, Discovery, Atlantis and Endeavour.
1/100 scale. Space Shuttle Atlantis. Tamiya. NASA reusable spaceplane and orbital vehicle. Kit has raised and engraved surface features, flight deck with two seated astronaut figures, cargo bay interior, optional payload (including Orbital Docking System, Lightweight Multi-Purpose Carrier module, equipment pallet, Raffaello Multi-Purpose Logistics Module, Spacelab), articulated manipulator arm, optional position cargo bay hatches (with chrome-plated reflecting plates), detailed optional position landing gear, adjustable position main rocket nozzles, hinged split rudder/air brake and two-position display stand (molded in transparent blue plastic). Decals and painting guide for six (6) orbiters during three (3) phases of the shuttle program: early - Enterprise, Columbia; mid-program - Challenger, Discovery, Atlantis, Endeavour; and late - Discovery, Atlantis, Endeavour - includes instrument panel markings, windshield frames and authentic NASA insignia.