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A-10C Thunderbolt II, USAF Indiana ANG, 163rd FS "Blacksnakes" (1:200), Herpa 1:200 Scale Diecast Airliners Item Number HE558433
A-10C Thunderbolt II, USAF Indiana ANG, 163rd FS "Blacksnakes" (1:200) Sale Price: $46.95
Retail: $57.95
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    A-10C Thunderbolt II, USAF Indiana ANG, 163rd FS "Blacksnakes" (1:200) By Herpa 1:200 Scale Diecast Airliners Item Number: HE558433 About A-10C Thunderbolt II, USAF Indiana ANG, 163rd FS "Blacksnakes" (1:200) Nose art is is a wide spread tradition among A-10 crews. In case of the 163rd Fighter Squadron, they added a snake to the "business end" of their aircraft. About Herpa 1:200 Scale Diecast Airliners By working closely with manufacturers in the auto, aviation and transportation industries,...

    A-1H Skyraider Die Cast Model 22nd SOS, 56th SOW, South Vietnam (1:72) by Hobby Master Diecast Airplanes Item Number: HA2914
    A-1H Skyraider - 22nd SOS 56th SOW South (1/72) Sale Price: $99.95
    Retail: $127.95
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      A-1H Skyraider - 22nd SOS 56th SOW South Vietnam

      A-1H Skyraider Douglas (1:40), TMC Pacific Desktop Airplane Models Item Number AA1T
      A-1H Skyraider Douglas (1:40) Sale Price: $180.95
      Retail: $225.95
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        The piston-engined Skyraider was designed during World War II to meet US Naval requirements for a carrier-based, single-seat, long-range, high performance dive/torpedo bomber. The Skyraider has been operated by the United States Navy, the U.S. Marine Corps and the United States Air Force, and also saw service with the British Royal Navy, the French Air Force, the Air Force of the Republic of Vietnam, and others. This handcrafted model is painted in the same paint scheme as the original and is...

        A-1H Skyraider Navy (1/50 Scale), Mastercraft Models Item Number NC10136
        A-1H Skyraider Navy (1/50 Scale) Sale Price: $111.95
        Retail: $139.95
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          This handcrafted model is painted in the same paint scheme as the original and is painstakingly built from Philippine mahogany by our skilled craftsmen. Perfect as a gift for any aviation enthusiast and history buff!

          A-1H Skyraider Usaf (1/48 Scale), Mastercraft Models Item Number PW07027
          A-1H Skyraider Usaf (1/48 Scale) Sale Price: $143.95
          Retail: $179.95
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            Do you love watching movies of World War II? Then the A-1H Skyraider aircraft must be a very familiar sight then. As one of the longest servicing USAF Aircraft from 1940's until 1980s, the aircarft was extensively used by different Armed Forces which included the US Navy, Air Force and Marines. The A1-H Skyraider might be driven by simple propellers in the highly advanced age of jet planes, but its long history is a testament that it's an aircraft with solid reputation. Though not as iconic as...

            A-1H Skyraider USN (1/48 Scale), Mastercraft Models Item Number PW10053
            A-1H Skyraider USN (1/48 Scale) Sale Price: $143.95
            Retail: $179.95
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              Coming as a response to the USN requirement for a new long-range, carrier-based bomber, the Skyraider was designed in the early 1940s by Ed Heinemann of Douglas Aircraft. The aircraft was meant to fill in the large whole to be left by the Helldiver and the Avenger. The initial model of the plane was designated as the XBT2D-1 which was first flown in March 1945. The USN began evaluating the plane a month after which eventually led to the plane�s military employment in 1949. The A-1H Skyraider,...

              A-20G Havoc Die Cast Model 389th BS, 312th BG, 5th AF, early 1945 (1:72)
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              A-20G Havoc Die Cast Model 389th BS, 312th BG, 5th AF, early 1945 (1:72) Sale Price: $92.95
              Retail: $102.95
              Availability: Preorder, Expected May
              Item #: HA4210 -

                Hobby Master 1/72 Air Power Series HA4210 Douglas A-20G Havoc "Little Joe" 43-21475, 389th BS, 312th BG, 5th AF, early 1945 With war approaching America knew it would be called upon to aid their Allies so a new aircraft would need to be developed. Douglas Aircraft designer Ed Heinemann�s DB-7/A-20 was chosen to be the new attack-bomber. The prototype flew in December 1938 with the first production aircraft flew on August 17, 1939. Production ran until September 1944 with 7,478 aircraft built....

                A-26B Invader, 89th BS/3rd BG, August 1945 (1:72)  , Hobby Master Diecast Airplanes Item Number HA3211
                A-26B Invader - 89th BS/3rd BG United States (1/72) Sale Price: $82.95
                Retail: $106.95
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                  A-26B Invader - 89th BS/3rd BG United States Air Force - August 1945

                  A-36 Bonanza (1:24), TMC Pacific Desktop Airplane Models Item Number KBC36T
                  A-36 Bonanza (1:24) Sale Price: $172.95
                  Retail: $215.95
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                    The Beechcraft Bonanza is an American general aviation aircraft introduced in 1947, and has been in continuous production longer than any other airplane in history. More than 17,000 Bonanzas of all variants have been built. At the end of World War II, two all-metal aircraft emerged, the Model 35 Bonanza and the Cessna 195 that represented very different approaches to the premium-end of the postwar civil aviation market. This specific Beechcraft Bonanza is the A-36, which is the Model 36 but...

                    A-4 Skyhawk Blue Angels (1:40), TMC Pacific Desktop Airplane Models Item Number CA04BA
                    A-4 Skyhawk Blue Angels (1:40) Sale Price: $183.95
                    Retail: $229.95
                    Availability: Normally Stocked
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                      The A-4 Skyhawk was manufactured by Douglas Aircraft Corporation and was designed by Ed Heinemann. Its primary users are United States Navy and United States Marine Corps. Its maiden flight happened on the 22nd of June 1954 but it was introduced in 1956. The Blue Angels chose the A-4 in the early '70s, replacing the thundering F-4. By adopting the Skyhawk, the team now had an aircraft that was much more aerobatic than before. This allowed for a tighter display and the ability to keep much of...

                      A-4F Blue Angels (1:40), Executive Series Display Models, Item Number C8240
                      A-4F Blue Angels (1:40) Sale Price: $185.95
                      Retail: $231.95
                      Availability: Back Ordered, restock date unknown
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                        The A-4 Skyhawk was manufactured by Douglas Aircraft Corporation and was designed by Ed Heinemann. Its primary users are United States Navy and United States Marine Corps. Its maiden flight happened on the 22nd of June 1954 but it was introduced in 1956. The Blue Angels chose the A-4 in the early '70s, replacing the thundering F-4. By adopting the Skyhawk, the team now had an aircraft that was much more aerobatic than before. This allowed for a tighter display and the ability to keep much of...

                        A-4F Skyhawk USMC (1:32), TMC Pacific Desktop Airplane Models Item Number CA04MTE
                        A-4F Skyhawk USMC (1:32) Sale Price: $207.95
                        Retail: $259.95
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                          Manufactured by Douglas Aircraft Corporation and originally intended to operate from United States Navy (USN) aircraft carriers, the A-4 Skyhawk was designed by Ed Heinemann in response to the Navy's request for a jet-powered attack aircraft that would replace the A-1 Skyraider. Heinemann chose a design that would minimize size, weight and complexity. The result was an aircraft that weighed only half of the Navy's specification and had wings so compact that need not be folded for carrier...