Description Designed especially for close air support, the Warthog entered service in 1975. Literally built around the 30mm GAU-8 Gattling gun, the A-10 can also carry immense weapons loads under its wings and fuselage, including AGM 65 Maverick missiles. A highly survivable aircraft, the A-10 has redundant hydraulic systems backed up by manual systems; it can survive direct hits by armor piercing rounds. It flew 8,100 sorties during Desert Storm and has seen action in Afghanistan and was a key battlefield weapons system during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Features: Detailed interior with seated pilot and boarding ladder, ECM pod, cluster bombs, napalm tanks, Maverick missiles and centerline drop tank, decals included for LET'S ROLL.
King Tiger Production Turret 1/35th Scale Model Kit
In order to counter the increasing threat of Russian tanks during the latter part of the Second World War, Germany began development of a new heavy tank in February 1943. Officially designated the Panzerkampfwagen VI-B Tiger II, but better known as the King Tiger, it featured thick armor and a powerful main gun. Henschel and Porsche, who had prior experiences in the manufacturing of heavy tanks, came up with rival prototypes incorporating different turret configurations. After trials, the Henschel design was adopted for production. The King Tiger carried the Type 43 L71, 88mm high velocity main gun which was capable of penetrating 170mm thick armor plate at a distance of 1000 meters. Auxiliary armament included two 7.92mm machine guns mounted on the front hull section and on the turret. The extremely thick armor on the turret front measured 185mm and 88mm on the side panels. Power for this massive tank was supplied by a Maybach HL230 P30 V-12 cylinder, liquid cooled engine, producing 700 horsepower. The King Tiger went into mass production at the Henschel factory beginning August 1944, following the delivery of the last Tiger I tanks. Although the tank possessed advanced technology and sophistication, only 430 units incorporating the Henschel turret came off the factory line, and less than 500 total were ever available for combat.
1/35 M4A3 Sherman 75mm Plastic Model
1/32 UH-1D Huey Gunship
The UH-1 Iroquois, unofficially known as the Huey, was the first production turbine-powered helicopter. When ordered by the U.S. military in 1952, it was originally developed as a medical evacuation and utility helicopter. The Hueys saw extensive service in Vietnam, but none more heroic than the missions flown by Major Bruce Crandall.
1/48 U.S. Main Battle Tank M1A2 Abrams Model Kit
1/35 British Cruiser Tank A34 Comet
Includes 2 torso figures & 2 marking options
US M113 ACAV 1/35 Military Min.
Fully detailed plastic tracks
Accurately reproduced interior details
Includes realistic figures
Added accessories for diorama use
Paint and cement not included
USS Nautilus Submarine -1/300 scale
model kit made with STEM plastic
1958 CHEVY IMPALA HARDTOP "ALA IMPALA" 1:25 SCALE
M48A3 Patton Tank
1/35 Military Miniature series
U.S. Forces Medium Tank
Two Detailed Figures
Highly Accurate Accessories
Patrol Boat River Pibber 1/35 Military Min.
Tamiya 1/35 US Navy PBR 31Mk.II Patrol Boat River "Pibber"