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Lightning          
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English Electric Lightning F.Mk 6

RAF No.74 Sqn Tigers

RAF Tengah,Singapore 1969

1/72 Scale  

AA32312

 

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English Electric Lightning F6, serial number XS921, was delivered to 74 ‘Tiger’ Squadron in December 1966 and initially based at RAF Leuchars in Scotland.  In 1967, XS921 and other Lightning’s of 74 Sqn made the long journey to Tengah Air Base in Singapore and in doing so became the first RAF fighter unit to make such a journey using air to air refuelling.

The deployment to Singapore, codenamed ‘Operation Hydraulic’, gave the RAF’s Far East Air Force (FEAF) a powerful supersonic fighter element in the region.  This was deemed necessary in order to deter the territorial claims made by Indonesia against nearby Malaysia, a British protectorate.  The show of strength proved successful and 74 Sqn departed Tengah in August 1971 with the squadron disbanding.

Its Lightning’s were taken over by 56 Sqn at RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus.  In September 1985, while serving with 11 Sqn, Lightning XS921 was lost after developing technical problems while returning to RAF Binbrook after a training exercise but thankfully the pilot was able to make a successful ejection.

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F.6

PRESERVED LIGHTNING

1/72 Scale AA32313 $69.48

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Vampire          
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Vampire T.Mk 11

Vampire Preservation Group

North Weald Airfield

England 2008

1/72 Scale AA37305 $43.48

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DeHavilland Vampire FB.5

No. 112 Sqn

RAF Fassberg, Germany

October 1951

1/72 Scale AA37303 $43.98

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Starfighter          
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Starfighter F-104C

479th TFW

California 1964

1/72 Scale PR99406 $39.98

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Starfighter F-104G

Luftwaffe Losses

1970's

1/72 Scale PR99412 $33.98

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F-104A Starfighter

Pakistan Air Force 9 Sqn

Masroor, 1971

1/72 Scale PR99418 $33.98

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Douglas Skyhawk          
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Douglas A-4F 

Skyhawk

US Navy USS Hancock

Nellis AFB Nevada 1977

1/72 Scale AA37403 $57.48

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The Douglas A-4 Skyhawk was an American attack aircraft originally designed to operate from United States Navy aircraft carriers.  The aircraft was designed and produced by Douglas Aircraft Corporation (later McDonnell Douglas), and was originally designated the A4D under the US Navy’s pre-1962 designation system. This A-4F Skyhawk served with Navy attack squadron VA-212 aboard the carrier USS Hancock in the early 1970s, during the Vietnam War.  Skyhawks operated in theatre until the withdrawal from Vietnam and accounted for 37 per cent of combat losses from enemy fire. This model, in 1:72 scale, features detailed cockpit and pilot figure, armament configuration and authentic period livery

 

Thunderbolt II          

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A-10 Warthog

USAF 57th TTW

Nellis AFB NV 1977

Joint Attack Weapons System

 1/72 Scale AA38005 $69.98

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A-10 Warthog

 USAF 23rd TFW,

 74th TFS Flying Tigers,

 England AFB, LA, 1989

 1/72 Scale AA38002 $69.98

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A-10 Warthog

USAF 52nd FW 

81st FS

Spangdahlem AFB

 Germany 2006

 1/72 Scale AA38001 $69.98

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According to the Iraqi POWs, the single most recognizable and feared aircraft at low altitude was the Thunderbolt II. This jet was seen as being deadly accurate — rarely missing its target. Seen conducting bombing raids three or four times a day, the A-10 was a seemingly ubiquitous threat. Although the actual bomb run was terrifying, the aircraft loitering around the target prior to target acquisition caused as much, if not more, anxiety, since the Iraqi soldiers were unsure of the chosen target.

BAE HAWK          
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Bae Hawk T.I.A

'ASTRA'

Empire Test Pilots School

QUNETIQ

Boscombe Down

Wilts 2007

1/72 Scale AA36007 $47.98

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BAe Hawk T.1A 'ASTRA' QinetiQ Boscombe Down, Wilts., 2007 Hawk XX341 was manufactured as a Hawk T Mk1 by BAe at Dunsfold in May 1981 and has served at Boscombe Down since as an Advanced Stability Training and Research Aircraft (ASTRA) for the Empire Test Pilots' School. From January 1984 to June 1988 the aircraft underwent a modification programme at Cranfeild to embody a Variable Stability System (VSS). The system was designed and developed by the Flight Systems and Measurements Laboratories, Cranfield Institute of Techmology (CIT) under contract to MOD (PE) D Flying. The front cockpit is fitted with force feedback central and side-stick controllers and HUD intergral Up Front Controller. Except for the parking Brake, all normal front seat controls have been maved to the rear cockpit. The aircraft has full parameter on-board recording and telemetry. The aircraft is being continuously upgraded and is currently being fitted with new colour MFDs, a Hawk 100 specification HUD, Ring Laser Gyro unit, GPS, and a new Computer Symbol Generator.

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British Aerospace Hawk

RAF Red Arrows

 Scampton Lincs 

2005

1/72 Scale AA36001 $35.98

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The Hawk was designed by Hawker Siddley (prior to their acquisition by British Aerospace) as a replacement trainer for the Gnat, the Hawk was first flown on August 21st, 1971.

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British Aerospace Hawk T.1A

No. 4 Flight Training School, RAF Valley, Anglesey, 1995

1/72 AA36002 $37.98

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German ME262          
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Messerschmitt

ME-262A-1a

Red 13

Heinz Bar

Lechfeld 1945

WWII

1/72 AA35703 $33.98

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Messerschmitt 

Me 262A-1a

'White 3'

Generalleutnant Adolf Galland

Verbandsfuhrer JV 44

Munich-Riem, April 1945.

1/72 AA35701 $24.88

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Without question Adolf Galland was the most famous ME-262 pilot of them all but the decoration on the machine he flew remains in question. The closest evidence we have to factual is an illustration that was checked and amended by Galland himself. He remained adamant that his aircraft did not carry a Kommodore’s horizontal bars but simply wore a ‘White 3’ in the usual location ahead of the fuselage Balkenkreuz as depicted on this model. Other sources place the 3 on the forward fuselage but without photographic evidence it remains unproven as to which is correct.

Hawker Siddeley          
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Hawker Siddeley

Nimrod MR.2

1/144 AA35602 $59.98

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Canberra          
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1/72 E.E. Canberra TT.18 Royal Navy Yeovilton # AA34707 [CRGAA34707]

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English Electric Canberra TT.18 - Royal Navy, Fleet Requirements Air Direction Unit, RNAS Yeovilton, Somerset 1985 1/72 AA34707 $89.98

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The Canberra TT.Mk.18 was a target-tug variant of the B.2 converted by E.E. and Flight Refuelling. It was fitted with underwing pylons for two Rushton winches, one under each wing, employing sleeve or Rushton Mk 2 targets. The TT.18s were very distinctive with yellow and black stripes on the underside. The first conversion for the RAF flew on 14 April 1970 and joined the RAF's 7 Sqn in the July of that year. The Royal Navy’s Fleet Air Arm flying target facilities unit was originally known as No.776 Fleet requirements Unit(FRU) and was based at Hurn, Bournemouth, in the late 1960s.

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EE Canberra

Boscombe Downs

1/72 AA34706 $79.98

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Buccaneer          
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Blackburn Buccaneer

S.MK.50 No.24 Squadron

South African Air Force

Waterkloof Pretoria

South Africa 1970

1/72 AA34106 $ 69.98

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Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer

S.2B - No. 208 Squadron

RAF Lossiemouth, 1993

1/72 AA34105 $ 66.98

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XX895 was delivered to the RAF in 1978 and initially joined No. 16 Squadron at Laarbruch, Germany. Meanwhile, No. 208 Squadron re-formed at Honington on 1st July 1974 with Buccaneer S.Mk.2As acquired from the Royal Navy. The more versatile S.Mk.2B supplemented these later and the squadron moved to Lossiemouth, Morayshire in July 1983. During WWII, No. 208 Squadron served extensively in Egypt and in the Western Desert. Consequently it adopted the Sphinx as its squadron badge and it is the winged eye of the Sphinx that has been worn on the tail of its Buccaneers and is faithfully reproduced on this Corgi model. In 1984, XX895 was transferred from Germany to No. 237 OCU at Lossiemouth, then to No.12 Squadron and finally to No. 208 Squadron in 1989 until its retirement in December 1993. New 1:72 scale Buccaneer features clear canopy with pilot figure, interchangeable undercarriage, bomb bay detail, authentic armament, opening air brakes and faithfully reproduced livery.

Panavia Tornado        
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Panavia Tornado IDS

Royal Saudi Air Force

1/72 Scale AA33612 $54.48

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Panavia Tornado GR.Mk 1

RAF No.20 Sqn RAF

Wildenrath Germany 1984

1/72 Scale AA33610 $54.48

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Panavia Tornado 1/72 AA33605 $ 74.98

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Panavia Tornado

GR.1 No 27 Squadron

Royal Air Force

75th Anniversary

Marham Norfolk 1990

1/72 AA33604 $ 79.98

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Gloster Meteor        

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Gloster Meteor

 FR.Mk.9, 208 Squadron, 

RAF, Nicosia, Cyprus, 1956

1/72 AA35005 $34.98

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Gloster Meteor 

F. Mk8, No. 500 

RAAF Sq., RAF West Malling 

Kent 1953

1/72 AA35001 $39.98

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Gloster Meteor F.8

Royal Netherlands Air Force Aerobatic Team

Ruiten Vier

Diamonds Four

327 Sqn. Soesterberg, 1957

1/72 AA35006 $42.88

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In early 1953, the Royal Netherlands Air Force decided to form an aerobatic display team with four Gloster Meteor Mk.8s. Known as “Ruiten Vier” (Diamonds Four), this was formed by No.327 Squadron at Soesterberg. This team performed shows throughout Europe just for the one year, 1953, before disbanding.

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Gloster Meteor F.Mk.8

 No. 601

Royal Auxilary Air Force

RAF 1953

Birth of the Cold War

1/72 AA35002 $44.88

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Hawker  Hunter        
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229 OCU 234 Sqn

RAF Chivenor

Early 1960s

1/72 Scale AA32712 $54.48

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The RAF ordered 55 Hunter Trainer Mark 7 (T.7) aircraft, with the first flying on 11th October 1957, and the first deliveries following shortly after.  Only 45 of the 55 ordered were delivered to the RAF, with the other ten diverted to the Royal Navy FAA.  The RAF also received six additional T.7s as conversions from ex-RAF F.4s. 
No.234 Sqn, RAF had flown Spitfires in the Battle of Britain and went on to fly Vampires, Sabres and Hunters until it was disbanded on 15th July 1957.  The Squadron number was then allocated to one of the squadrons of No.229 OCU on 22nd October 1958, operating Hunter F.6 and FGA.9 aircraft to give Hunter pilots their operational training. 
The Unit was also allocated a few two-seat Hunter T.7s including XL579.  On 2nd September 1974, No.229 OCU was re-designated as the Tactical Weapons Unit (TWU) and No.234 (Reserve) Sqn remained one of its components.

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Hawker Hunter F.Mk. 28A

J-4025, Swiss Air Force

La Patrouille Suisse

Aerobatic Team

Dubendorf 1993

1/72 AA32708 $ 37.98

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Hawker Hunter

RAF

 No 12 Sqn

 Modern Fighter Legends

1/72 AA32709 $ 37.98

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Hawker Hunter F. Mk. 6

FGA9 79 Sqn XG228

1/72 49801 $ 46.98

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Hawker Hunter F6

Belgian Air Force

Red Devils

1/72 AA32706 $ 46.98

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 F-86 / Canadair Sabre        
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North American F-86F Sabre

USAFE 48th FW

SKYBLAZERS

Chaumont AB 24 March 1956

 

1/72 Scale AA35815 $38.98

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The Skyblazers were formed in 1948 and carried on through to 1962. The team would receive official status as a team in 1950 and were originally from the 22nd Fighter Bomber Squadron which was part of the 36th Fighter Bomber Group. They were equipped with four F-80Bs Shooting Stars and were stationed at Furstenfeldbruck, West Germany. The entire Wing began to transition to the F-86F Sabre during 1953. HQ USAFE decided that they wished to have the team transferred to the 48th Fighter Wing which meant that the 86th FW Skyblazers flew their last F-84E equipped airshow during July 1953.

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Canadair Sabre

Germany

234 Sqn

1/72 Scale US35212 $37.98

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Canadair Sabre F.4

Sabre Conversion Flight

 Wildenrath

 Germany, 1953

1/72 Scale AA35812 $37.98

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Birth of the Jet Engine Series

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Canadair CL-13A Sabre Mk.4

  RAF No. 93 Squadron

 Jever Germany

1954-55

Preserved at RAF Museum Hendon, UK

1/72 AA35805 $33.98

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North American F-86A Sabre

116th F.I.S

81st F.I.W USAF

 Shepherds Grove

 Suffolk, England, August 1951

1/72 AA35802 $33.98

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On August 27, 1951, F-86A-5 Sabres of the 116th Fighter Interceptor Squadron took up residence at Shepherds Grove in Suffolk, being the first aircraft of this type to be based in Europe. The other two squadrons forming the 81st FIW were the 91st and 92nd F.I.Squadrons.

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North American F-86F Sabre

25th FIS 51st FIW

 USAF Maj. John Glenn

USMC

 South Korea 1951

1/72 AA35801 $34.88

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The 25th Fighter Interceptor Squadron included a number of exchange pilots, none of them more famous than John Glenn. Glenn scored three kills in the Sabre, justifying the aircraft's huge and gaudy nickname; these kills never appeared in the USAF's official records, however

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F-86F Sabre

Major James Hagerstrom

Osan South Korea

1/72 US35803 $33.98

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Sepecat Jaguar        
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Sepecat Jaguar T.Mk.2

Empire Test Pilots School

QinetQ, Boscombe Down

Wiltshire, 2005

1/72 Scale AA35409 $69.98

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SEPECAT Jaguar

RAF No.6 Sqn, RAF Coningsby, England

Jaguar Decommissioning June 2007

1/72  Scale AA35410 $53.48

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SEPECAT Jaguar

RAF No.41 Sqn

Derek Sington

 RAF Coltishall

England 2005

1/72 AA35408

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Mig 29          
 

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Corgi 1/72 Mig 29 Fulcrum-A East German Air Force Diecast Model Aircraft (AA37501)

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Mikoyan MiG-29

Fulcrum A

East German Air Force

JG 3 Vladimir Komarow

Preschen Air Base 1990

1/72 Scale AA37501 $54.98

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In Germany, a number of ex-East German MiG-29s remain in service with the unified Luftwaffe. The East German MiGs were Russian export models and thus are less capable than their Russian counterparts. For example, the engines were downgraded to 90 percent maximum power. The radar system is less powerful, with detection range reduced to about 40km. Even so, these MiG-29s have proven themselves more than capable on practice sorties against F-16 Falcons, defeating them with ease. The color scheme was only used for one flight. This was the last official flight of the East Germany Air Force on September 27, 1990. This special painted aircraft was named die Traditionsmaschine (the Traditional Aircraft).

Mig-21          

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MiG-21 Fishbed

Indian Air Force 8 Sqn

Poone, 1971

1/72 Scale PR99416 $33.98

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MiG 21 PFM Fishbed-F

"Phantom Killers", Nguyen Doc Soat, 927th 'Lam Son', VPAF, Vietnam - 1972

1/72 PR99410 $35.98

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MiG 21 PFM Fishbed-F 1/72 PR99404 $35.98

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Lockheed C-130E

Hercules Drone Controller

US Navy 1987

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To provide airborne targets for the USAF and the U.S. Navy, eight early model C-130A Hercules were converted to carry up to four drones on underwing pylons, capable of release at altitudes up to 35,000 ft. Originally designated GC-130A, the aircraft carried a seven/eight man crew, who operated the release, control and monitoring equipment. Systems developed for the redesignated DC-130A were compatible with the whole range of Ryan and Northdrop drones ordered for the USAF and U.S. Navy. Of the eight conversions all were delivered initially to the USAF, but in 1969 two were updated and transferred to the U.S. Navy, being delivered to VC-3 squadron at North Island Naval Air Station, California. The first of these was 158228 (construction number 3048), which was initially serialled 55-0021 when delivered as a C-130A to the USAF in February 1957.

See model for Scale. Below is information on each scale.

Superbly detailed 1:72 Scale model replica aircraft - each packaged with a display stand and featuring:
rubber tires, interchangeable undercarriage, removable engine covers and clear cockpit canopies with
finely sculpted pilots.

Superbly detailed 1:144 Using original plans and rare archive material, each aircraft and livery has been carefully researched and authenticated to bring the aviation enthusiast the finest  of collectable die cast models in a
constant 1:144 scale.

Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, the models feature rubber tires, interchangeable
undercarriage, rotating propellers where applicable and high quality printed livery details. Beautifully
packaged, each replica comes with a sturdy display stand.

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