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North American P-51 Mustang model

North American P-51 Mustang model

Category : World War II Models

1942 THE P-51 Mustang B first appeared in Europe in 1942, when the British, who came to be filled, used it as hunter and photographic reconnaissance aircraft. This device was the P-51 A motor 1,000 hp Allison, and made his first operational sortie over Dieppe in August 1942. A version of attack dive drift, known under the designation A-36 A, which was used by the U.S. Air Force in the Mediterranean and on landing in Sicily in 1943. The P-51 D differs externally previous models of the shape of its cockpit - in drop of water - sank in one piece, more aerodynamic and allowing better visibility. H... Read more

Messerschmitt Me-262

Messerschmitt Me-262

Category : World War II Models

1942 This device was an extraordinary destiny. In March 1942, a Me-262, with a train tricycle, was on its maiden flight. In 1943, following a report from General Galland German fighter, enthusiasm by the performance of this aircraft, the Luftwaffe tried to order it. Without even consulting G'ring, Hitler ordered the continuation of its development, but prohibited construction in series. Towards the end of the year, however, Hitler remembered that plane, but persuaded by G'bbels and Bormann, he wanted to become a bomber. This decision led to further studies and further delays, but despite that,... Read more

Aircraft model - Mitsubishi A6M Rei-sen - Zero

Aircraft model - Mitsubishi A6M Rei-sen - Zero

Category : World War II Models

1940 ONSET Zero in the skies of Hawaii during the attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941, was not a surprise for the Americans, this device is already committed against China since July 1940. Despite this, U.S. pilots began some time to find a proper tactic in the fight against this car, a real snake in the air. It was impossible to bind a "dogfight" against zero turning and climbing better than the best of their planes! Indeed, until the end of the Pacific War, the device remained the most feared fighter, 500 km / h. he managed to pass a loop of 200 meters into the back of his opponent ...... Read more

Junker Ju 87 Stuka paper model

Junker Ju 87 Stuka paper model

Category : World War II Models

1938 Exit at the prototype stage in 1935, the Stuka was modified, particularly as regards the engine and landing gear, before being produced in series. He entered in action in Spain, in the Teruel area during the summer of 1937. Improved, he participated in campaigns to Poland where he was a key architect of the German victory. Executed according to the plans of engineers Pohleman, the Stuka (short for Sturzkampfflugzeug: fighter aircraft nose-down) remained active until the end of the war. Its success in 1940 on the Western front the camera made it the most feared of the time: he spread terro... Read more

Chance Vought F4U Corsair model

Chance Vought F4U Corsair model

Category : World War II Models

Chance Vought F4U Corsair (1943) The F4U was one of the most famous fighter of the Pacific War. The design of the Corsair began early in 1938 following a specification of the U.S. Navy to replace the F4F Wildcat. The prototype XF4U-1 flew for the first time in May 1940 and was commissioned in 1942 after undergoing many changes. Finally a first order of 584 copies was passed on 30 June 1941 and the first production aircraft came out a year later. The Corsair had its baptism of fire on 13 February 1943 at Guadalcanal. The wings of the Corsair was a flattened W, he had a fuselage profile circular... Read more

World War 2 model airplanes

World War 2 model airplanes

Category : World War II Models

World War II, 1939-1945 World War II accelerated the pace of aviation at an even faster rate than World War I, and on a far greater scale. Aviation was in its infancy prior to the First World War, and almost all of the pro­g­ress in establishing an aviation industry and in determining the uses of air power took place as the war was going on. Aviation progress had a running start beginning in 1939, so it was possible for aviation to make great strides not only in aircraft performance but also in many new disciplines required to fight an air war. The field saw advancements in navigation, rada... Read more

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