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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

Ryan NYP Spirit of St. Louis

Ryan NYP Spirit of St. Louis

Category : Golden Age Models    Tag : Lindbergh

May 21 1927 20 and May 21, the first nonstop flight over the Atlantic made by the American Lindbergh, between New York and Paris on board a Ryan called Spirit of St. Louis. The pilot runs during the 33 hours 30 minutes long as his trip, a distance of 5 780 km. ... Read more

Travel Air Model R Mystery Ship

Travel Air Model R Mystery Ship

Category : Golden Age Models    Tag : paper paper model model

The National Air Race or so-called "Unlimited Free-For-All Race" was basically a showcase for the larger aircraft manufactures and military pursuit aircraft during the late 1920s. In 1929 the racing fans were looking forward to the competition between the US Army Curtiss P-3-A and the Navy's Curtiss F6C-C Hawk as this was the first time since 1925 that the two services had flown against each other. Other entrants in the race were basically ignored at the moment but Herbert Rawdon and Walter Beech of Travel Air had other plans for the race with their new design of racing aircraft. The Travel Ai... Read more

Golden Age

Golden Age

Category : Golden Age Models

The Golden Age of Flight, 1919-1938 The first two decades after World War I, known as the Golden Age of Flight, saw the appearance of some of the most beautiful and most efficient aircraft in history. All over the world, regardless of their country's size or its relative wealth, aircraft designers were busy producing the very best aircraft they could conceive. The Golden Age of Flight was a time when much could be done with relatively small resources, as when the Granville brothers designed an aircraft in an aban­doned dance hall, and witnessed it suddenly become a world-beater. Ref : http... Read more

SPAD XIII paper model

SPAD XIII paper model

1917 In 1916 the First World War had become a fully modern conflict. The skies of Europe, become real battlefields, flares rérulièrement by flights of AEG, Fokker, and other German Albatros. Faced with these machines the Franco-British alliance only align the Spad S. VII and Royal Aircraft Factory SE-5, hunters handy, well-armed but very light. The manufacturer began Spad in the design and implementation of a reconnaissance aircraft and light bomber derivative of its S. VII. The new plane was baptized SPAD S.XI. S. XI is differentiated S. VII by the shift of its wing plans. Powered by a Hisp... Read more

Sopwith F.1 Camel

Sopwith F.1 Camel

1917 A British fighter's most prestigious of the First World War, the Camel, was designed from the Pup. The first of three prototypes made made its initial flight in January 1917, with a rotary engine Clerget 110 hp. The Camel, which was as a very agile and easy to fly, went into service in June 1917. In terms of aerial victories (1,294), the Camel, built in 5490 copies, was the British fighter's most effective of the First World War. This unit came into operation in mid-1917 and was nicknamed Camel because of the hump covering its two machine guns before. It was characterized by a more robust... Read more

Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a paper model

Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a paper model

1917 With SE.5a, entered service in mid-1917, the Royal Flying Corps had a fighter that can compete with the best German aircraft. The SE.5a had a fire power equal to that of fighter Albatros series, and its 200 hp engine provide the British fighter a definite advantage over his opponents. Designed in conjunction with the Camel, the SE.5 made its initial flight in December 1916. The device, powered by a powerful star Hispano-Suiza 150 hp, was armed with a Vickers machine gun firing through the propeller and a Lewis machine gun mounted on the top of the wing. In April 1917, 82 SE.5 entered into... Read more