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Hobby Master 1/48 US Pilots Modern Set HP0006


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Hobby Master 1/72 MIG-21PFM 7207, Zatec AB, Czechosolvak AF, 1990s HA0186

The Mig-21 was originally built by the Mikoyan and Gurevich Design Bureau in the Soviet Union with a NATO nickname Fishbed. No other jet has had as many planes produced as the Mig-21. Depending on the reference source 8,000 - 13,000 planes of all versions were made in the Soviet Union, under license to allied countries and China without license. A small, fast, agile, dependable and most importantly simple making it easy to turn out great numbers of the plane.
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Hobby Master 1/72 MIG-21FL "1411" SyAAF, early 1970s HA0188

Hobby Master 1/72 MIG-21FL "1411" SyAAF, early 1970s HA0188

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Hobby Master 1/72 MIG-21PFM "Aerobatic Team" No.67, Soviet Air Force, Kubinka AFB, 1967 HA0189

MIG-21PFM "Aerobatic Team" No.67, Soviet Air Force, Kubinka AFB, 1967
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Hobby Master 1/72 MIG-21FL 5081, United Arab Republic Egyptian Air Force, Six-Day War, 1967 HA0190

Hobby Master 1/72 MIG-21FL 5081, United Arab Republic Egyptian Air Force, Six-Day War, 1967 HA0190

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Hobby Master 1/72 MIG-21PFM "Fishbed" 5020 of Nguyen Tien Sam, 927th "Lam Son", 5 July 1972 HA0191

Hobby Master 1/72 MIG-21PFM "Fishbed" 5020 of Nguyen Tien Sam, 927th "Lam Son", 5 July 1972 HA0191

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Hobby Master 1/72 Lockheed F-104G Starfighter 26+30, JG.32 "Bavaria", Luftwaffe, July 1983 HA1033

Hobby Master 1/72 Lockheed F-104G Starfighter 26+30, JG.32 "Bavaria", Luftwaffe, July 1983 HA1033

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Hobby Master 1/72 Lockheed F-104G Starfighter 20+62, JG.32 "Bavaria", Luftwaffe, July 1983 HA1035

Hobby Master 1/72 Lockheed F-104G Starfighter 20+62, JG.32 "Bavaria", Luftwaffe, July 1983 HA1035

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Hobby Master 1/72 CF-104 Starfighter Toothbrush 104805 421 Squadron, CAF, 1983 HA1036

Hobby Master 1/72 LCF-104 Starfighter "Toothbrush" 104805, 421 Squadron, CAF, 1983 HA1036

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Hobby Master 1/72 Lockheed F-104C 56--0886, 479th TFW, Da Nang AB, 1965 HA1038

Hobby Master 1/72 Lockheed F-104C 56--0886, 479th TFW, Da Nang AB, 1965 HA1036

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Hobby Master 1/72 Lockheed F-104B Starfighter 4101, ROCAF, Ching Chuan Kang AB, 1960 HA1058



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Hobby Master 1/72 Lockheed CF-104D Starfighter 104651, Canadian Armed Forces HA1060

The RCAF received their first CF-104 in March 1962. Although originally designed as a supersonic interceptor the Canadian Air Force used it primarily for low level strike and reconnaissance. The Canadian version of the F-104 was capable of carrying a ventral mounted Vinten Vicon pod with 4 cameras inside for reconnaissance picture taking. On September 4, 1963 number 12900 was the 200th and final CF-104 produced and entered service on January 10, 1964. The CF-104 retired from service in 1985 when it was replaced by the CF-18 Hornet. Over the 25 years of active service 110 aircraft were lost to accidents earning it nicknames like ?Widow Maker? and ?Lawn Dart?. The RCAF CF- 104 probably had the most flying time of any variant with an average of 6,000 hours per plane over their life time compared to the Luftwaffe?s 3,000 hours.
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Hobby Master 1/72 Lockheed TF-104G Starfighter 13028/TF-028, Turkish Air Force HA1061

The F-104G was known as the Super Starfighter, with the G standing for Germany, because they were among the first foreign orders for the Lockheed plane and they placed the largest order. Depending on the source there were between 1,122 and 1,700 G models built under license by 4 European companies, Canadair and Lockheed. The G was a multi-role all weather single seat fighter-bomber with a new upward firing ejection seat, a strengthened fuselage and wings, increased internal fuel capacity, new improved full length flaps added to the wings leading edge for better combat maneuvering, a larger vertical fin, a new radar system with air-air and air- ground modes, inertial navigation that made the F-104G the first production fighter to receive this new equipment, new infrared sight, an additional hard-point under each wing, improved weapons capability now was 4,000 lbs and beefed up landing gear and larger wheels to carry all the added weight of the improvements. The larger gear and wheels made it necessary to create a bulge in the fuselage to accommodate them. The G even received a new engine, though it didn?t deliver any more power it was a much more reliable engine. The G was considered the best version of the F-104.
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Hobby Master 1/72 Douglas A-4E Skyhawk BuNo. 150092, VMA-121, MCAS, Chi Lai, Vietnam, 1960s HA1420

Designed by the McDonnell-Douglas chief engineer Ed Heinemann the A-4 Skyhawk met all the requirements of the US Navy and exceeded many. It was half the maximum weight, could carry four times the weapon load and small enough that it didn?t need folding wings for carrier duty. This small aircraft would earn many nicknames ?Heinemann?s Hot Rod? "Scooter", "Bantam Bomber", "Tinker Toy Bomber". The A-4M assigned to front-line squadrons would be replaced in the mid 1980s by the AV-8 Harrier II. The Skyhawk proved to be one of the most popular US naval aircraft exports of the postwar era. Because of its small size, it could be operated from the older, smaller WWII-era aircraft carriers.
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Hobby Master 1/72 Douglas A-4E Skyhawk Top Gun No.55 BuNo 151095 of Lt. Michell Mick HA1421

In an effort to improve the poor performance of USN aircrews in Vietnam the USN Fighter Weapons School was established in 1969 at NAS Miramar, California. The first aircraft used by the school to teach the F-4 pilots better tactics were the A-4 Skyhawk and the F- 5 Freedom Fighters. A-4E Bu.No. 151095 s/n 55 c/n 13265 was flown by Lt. ?Mick? Michell (not Mitchell) at the Top Gun School and this same aircraft was used as ?Jester? s? (Michael Ironside) aircraft in the 1986 movie ?Top Gun? with Tom Cruise. This aircraft was also on loan to Japan for static display and is painted as ?8? of the USN ?Blue Angels? even though the BA?s never flew the E variant of the A-4.
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Hobby Master 1/72 Douglas A-4H Skyhawk No.3, 109th Valley Sqn., Yom Kippur War, 1970 HA1422

Designed to replace the Douglas AD-1 Skyraider the Skyhawk first flew in 1954. Its small size was a radical departure from the normal ?Big? thinking of the time. The USN first took delivery in late 1956 with the USMC receiving theirs 3 months later. Over the years many nicknames were used, ?Tinker Toy?, ?Heinemann?s Hotrod? (the designer was Ed Heinemann), with the E and F models labeled the ?Camel? because of the electronics hump along the dorsal. Probably the most well known nickname used for the 2,960 A-4?s that were produced is ?Scooter?.
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Hobby Master 1/72 Douglas A-4C Skyhawk 148566 VA-144 Roadrunners USS Kitty Hawk 1960s HA1423

This Hobby Master Die-cast Release is of  a 1/72nd scale A4 Skyhawk as seen on the USN Carrier Kitty Hawk

Designed to replace the Douglas AD-1 Skyraider the Skyhawk first flew in 1954. Its small size was a radical departure from the normal ?Big? thinking of the time. The USN first took delivery in late 1956 with the USMC receiving theirs 3 months later. Over the years many nicknames were used, ?Tinker Toy?, ?Heinemann?s Hotrod? (the designer was Ed Heinemann), with the E and F models labeled the ?Camel? because of the electronics hump along the dorsal. Probably the most well known nickname used for the 2,960 A-4?s that were produced is ?Scooter?.
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Hobby Master 1/72 Douglas A-4C Skyhawk 147681, VA-94 "Shrikes", USS Enterprise, 1960s HA1424

Hobbymaster 1/72nd Scale Diecast HA1424  Douglas A-4C Skyhawk 147681, VA-94 "Shrikes", USS Enterprise, 1960s



 Designed to replace the Douglas AD-1 Skyraider the Skyhawk first flew in 1954. Its small size was a radical departure from the normal ?Big? thinking of the time. The USN first took delivery in late 1956 with the USMC receiving theirs 3 months later. Over the years many nicknames were used, ?Tinker Toy?, ?Heinemann?s Hotrod? (the designer was Ed Heinemann), with the E and F models labeled the ?Camel? because of the electronics hump along the dorsal. Probably the most well known nickname used for the 2,960 A-4?s that were produced is ?Scooter?.
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Hobby Master 1/72 Douglas A-4F Skyhawk BuNo 155009, VA-55, USS Hancock, Vietnam 1972 HA1425

The A-4 Skyhawk was designed by Ed Heinemann from the Douglas Aircraft Corporation and first flew in 1954. Designed as a lightweight single engine attack aircraft it was consider by many to be the most famous ever built in this category. The A-4 was the pioneer of the ?buddy? air-to-air refueling concept where aircraft of the same type could transfer fuel from one to the other without the use of a dedicated tanker. . A total of 2,960 A-4 aircraft were produced with the USMC retiring the last one in 1996.
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Hobby Master 1/72 Douglas A-4C Skyhawk BuNo 149574, VA-153, USS Coral Sea, 1960s HA1428

Hobby Master 1/72 Douglas A-4C Skyhawk BuNo 149574, VA-153, USS Coral Sea, 1960s HA1428
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Hobby Master 1/72 F-4E Kurnass 2000 s/n 584 201st Sqn Israel Air Force 1970s HA1939

Hobby master's superb 1/72nd diecast aircraft. The Phantom as HA1939 F-4E Kurnass 2000 s/n 584 201st Sqn Israel Air Force 1970s

 The F-4D was an improved C variant with most improvements being internal electronics and avionics. The F-4D entered operational service in April 1966 and joined the combat forces in Southeast Asia in May 1967. With the arrival of the D most of the C variant was reassigned to ground attack with the Ds taking on the air-to-air interceptor role. In 1968 - 1969 a total of 825 D models were produced 793 for the USAF and 32 for the Iranian Air Force.
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Hobby Master 1/72 F-4EJ Kai 97-8426, 302 hikotai, JASDF HA1942

Starting in 1973 the Japan Air Self-Defense Force received 154 F-4EJ Phantoms that were based on the USAF F-4E. 138 of these aircraft were manufactured under license by Mitsubishi who produced the last F-4 Phantom II several changes were made to the F-4E to make it an F-4EJ. Basically it had any offensive weapons removed but eventually these restrictions were lifted and the aircraft were updated with missiles and the latest electronic equipment.
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Hobby Master 1/72 McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom66-0267, flown by Capt. John Madden and Capt Chuck DeBellevue, 555th TFS/8th TFW, Udorn AFB Thailand, 1972 HA1946B

Avionics. The F-4D entered operational service in April 1966 and joined the combat forces in Southeast Asia in May 1967. With the arrival of the ?D? most of the ?C? variant was reassigned to ground attack with the ?D?s taking on the air-to-air interceptor role. In 1968 ? 1969 a total of 825 ?D? models were produced 793 for the USAF and 32 for the Iranian Air Force.
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Hobby Master 1/72 McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II AF74-0659/SP, USAFE, 1989/1990 HA1947

The McDonnell Douglas F-4 was the main multipurpose aircraft for the US Military for 20 years. The F-4E variant was an improved version of the C/D with an elongated nose and compact radar. These two things made it possible to install a 20mm M61A1 6 barrel 640 round Vulcan gun pod in the nose. The F-4E was the most produced variant with 1387 aircraft being made over its 12 year production period. The ?E? also equipped more air forces than any other variant of the Phantom II.
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Hobby Master 1/72 McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II AF67-709, 433rd TFS, 8th TFW, Ubon, AFB, Thailand HA1949

McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II AF67-709, 433rd TFS, 8th TFW, Ubon, AFB, Thailand
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Hobby Master 1/72 McDonnell-Douglas RF- 4B BuNo 157334, VMCJ-2 "Playboys", MCAS Cherry Point, 1975 HA1956

In February 1963 the USMC received the first nine of the 46 RF-4Bs produced. Assigned the role of tactical reconnaissance this variant had a lengthened nose to accommodate camera equipment. There were three separate camera bays, designated Stations 1, 2 and 3. Station 1 could carry a single forward oblique or vertical ?KS-87? camera. Station 2 could carry a single ?KA-87? low-altitude camera and Station 3 normally carried a single ?KA-55A? or ?KA-91? high- altitude panoramic camera. The aircraft was also equipped with an infrared system. Unlike the cameras of the Air Force RF-4Cs, the RF-4B cameras were fitted on rotating mounts so that the pilot could aim them at targets off the flight path. The USMC RF-4Bs were officially retired in August 1990.
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Hobby Master 1/72 RF-4E Phantom II No.488 Israeli Air Force 119 Squadron "Bat" HA1959

The McDonnell Douglas F-4 was the main multipurpose aircraft for the US Military for 20 years. The F-4E variant was an improved version of the C/D with an elongated nose and compact radar. These two things made it possible to install a 20mm M61A1 6 barrel 640 round Vulcan gun pod in the nose. The F-4E was the most produced variant with 1387 aircraft being made over its 12 year production period. The ?E? also equipped more air forces than any other variant of the Phantom II.
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Hobby Master 1/72 North American F-100CA USAF Super Sabre 479 TFW Diecast Aircraft HA2105

True 1/72 scale Professionally painted Great attention to detail All markings are Tampoed (pad applied) Option to display the model on a stand that is provided Model can be shown with the landing gear in the down or up positions Optional armament has been provided Canopy displays open or closed Pilot figure Extremely heavy metal with a minimum of plastic Highly collectable
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Hobby Master 1/72 F-100A Super Sabre 0218 (sn 53-1589), ROCAF, 1980s HA2115

The F-100A was notorious for difficult handling with a tendency to go into a flat spin forcing the pilot to eject. Even then there was a possibility of the aircraft striking the pilot. Another problem was a tendency for the J-57 engines to flame out causing several crashes. The F-100A finally became operational with the USAF in September 1955 but in 1958 the accident prone F-100A began a phase out that was completed in 1961. By this time 47 of the 203 F-100As were lost in accidents.
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Hobby Master 1/72 F-100C Super Sabre SK-737 "Miss Mynookie", 188th TFS, New Mexico ANG, Tuy Hoa AB, South Vietnam, 1968 HA2116

The F-100 was the first fighter to attain supersonic speed in level flight. With the new role as a fighter/bomber the F-100C had improvements over the ?A? variant such as a strengthened wing with six hard-points to carry up to 5,000 pounds of bombs, rockets, fuel tanks or a Mk. 7 nuclear weapon. The F-100C also received a new electronic bombing system and an in-flight re-fueling probe. A new engine increased speed at altitude by 40 mph and reduced time to climb to 35,000 feet by 10 percent.
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Hobby Master 1/72 F-100D Super Sabre 0-53669, 182nd TFS, Texas ANG HA2118

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The "D" variant was the ultimate version of the F-100 with 1,274 aircraft being produced. The production of the F-100 ended in August 1959. The F-100D arrived in Southeast Asia in 1962 with its primary mission being close air support and ground attack within South Vietnam. This role was eventually taken over by the A-7 Corsair II. The aircraft became affectionately known as ?The Hun?, short for ?one HUNdred?. The last F-100 left Vietnam in July 1971 but not before 242 of these aircraft was lost. The ?Hun? was eventually replaced by the F-4 Phantom II and the F-105 Thunderchief.
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Hobby Master 1/72 F-105 Thunderchief 60-0424 "MICKEY TITTY Chi", 34th TFS/388th TFW, Korat RTAFB, Thailand 1967 HA2513

The F-105D was first accepted on September 28 1960 and became the major variant with 610 aircraft being built. Intended for a nuclear strike role but since the nuclear threat became less likely the role became a high-speed bomber. The Pitot tube was moved to the nose that had been extended approximately 15 inches more than the ?B?. The ?D? received strengthened landing gear and an arrestor hook in case it over shot the runway. During 1966 and 1967 F-105Ds managed to down 25 MiGs using the 20-mm cannon and 2 other using Side-Winder missiles.
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Hobby Master 1/72 F-105 Thunderchief Iron Duke HA2514

Hobbymaster 1/72 HA2514 F-105 Thunderchief 62-4360
The F-105D was first accepted on September 28 1960 and became the major variant with 610 aircraft being built. Intended for a nuclear strike role but since the nuclear threat the nose that had been extended approximately 15 inches more than the ?B?. The ?D? received strengthened landing gear and an arrestor hook in case it over shot the runway. During 1966 and 1967 F-105Ds managed to down 25 MiGs using the 20-mm cannon and 2 other using Side-Winder missiles.
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Hobby Master 1/72 F-105D Thunderchief Cherry Girl61-0069 Vietnam War 1967 HA2515

Model contains sexually explicit Aircraft Artwork, only for sale to adults. The marking is historically correct, but may cause offence to some.
F-105D Thunderchief "Cherry Girl" 61-0069, Vietnam War, 1967


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Hobby Master 1/72 F-102 Delta Dagger 0-60981, 342AWS, 114CW, Hellenic Air Force 1974 HA3103

The Convair F-102 Delta Dagger was designed to be an interceptor aircraft and act as the core of USAF air defenses in the late 1950s. The F-102 first appeared in service in 1956 with the task to intercept Soviet bombers. The official name for the F-102 was Delta Dagger but the most common term used was Deuce. There was 889 F-102As manufactured when production ended in September 1958.
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Hobby Master 1/72 McDonnell F-101F Voodoo 58-0276 Texas ANG 1978/80 William Tell Champions HA3708

The McDonnell F-101 Voodoo (nicknamed One-oh-Wonder") first flew in September 1954 with the first production F-101A making its first operational flight in May 1957. In September 1957 the F-101C became operational followed by the F-101B in January 1959. When production ended McDonnell had built 785 Voodoos, 480 of them were the two-seat all- weather interceptor F-101Bs. The RF-101 reconnaissance version was the world?s first supersonic photo-recon aircraft. The only major foreign operator of the Voodoo was the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) that acquired 56 CF-101B and 10 CF-101F.
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Hobby Master 1/72 McDonnell F-101B Voodoo 58-0339, Oregon ANG, 123rd FIS, 1970s HA3710

The McDonnell F-101 Voodoo (nicknamed One-oh-Wonder") first flew in September 1954 with the first production F-101A making its first operational flight in May 1957. In September 1957 the F-101C became operational followed by the F-101B in January 1959. When production ended 807 Voodoos had been created, 480 of them were the two-seat all- weather interceptor F-101Bs. The RF-101 reconnaissance version was the world?s first supersonic photo-recon aircraft. The only major foreign operator of the Voodoo was the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) that acquired 56 CF-101B and 10 CF-101F.
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Hobby Master 1/72 McDonnell Douglas CF-101 Voodoo 101043, 416 Sqn., CAF "Lynx One" HA3713

McDonnell Douglas CF-101 Voodoo 101043, 416 Sqn., CAF "Lynx One"
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Hobby Master 1/72 North American F-86F Sabre 24494 11th BG Hsin Chu, ROCAF, 1958 " HA4302

The North American F-86 Sabre was manufactured from 1949 ? 1956 and was America?s first swept-wing fighter. As well as being built in the U.S. variants were built in Canada and Australia bringing the total of all variants manufactured to 9,860 units. During the Korean War the Sabre arrived to take on the other swept-wing aircraft of the conflict, the MiG-15 Fagot. The Americans claim they shot down 792 MiGs while only losing 78 Sabres, a 10:1 victory ratio which is greatly disputed.
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Hobby Master 1/72 Golden Hawk Sabre Mk.5 23037, 1960 Aerobatic Team, RCAF HA4303

The North American F-86 Sabre was manufactured from 1949 ? 1956 and was America?s first swept-wing fighter. As well as being built in the U.S. variants were built in Canada and Australia bringing the total of all variants manufactured to 9,860 units. During the Korean War the Sabre arrived to take on the other swept-wing aircraft of the conflict, the MiG-15 Fagot. The Americans claim they shot down 792 MiGs while only losing 78 Sabres, a 10:1 victory ratio which is greatly disputed.
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Hobby Master 1/72 F-86F-40 Sabre Sqn Leader Mohammed Mahmood Alam, Pakistan Air Force, 1965 HA4311

The North American F-86 Sabre was manufactured from 1949 ? 1956 and was America?s first swept-wing fighter. As well as being built in the U.S. variants were built in Canada and Australia bringing the total of all variants manufactured to 9,860 units. During the Korean War the Sabre arrived to take on the other swept-wing aircraft of the conflict, the MiG-15 Fagot. The Americans claim they shot down 792 MiGs while only losing 78 Sabres, a 10:1 victory ratio which is greatly disputed.
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Hobby Master 1/72 F-86F Sabre 51-12958 Capt Harold E Fisher 39thth FIS/1st FW Korea 1953 HA4313

The North American F-86 Sabre was manufactured from 1949 ? 1956 and was America?s first swept-wing fighter. As well as being built in the U.S. variants were built in Canada and Australia bringing the total of all variants manufactured to 9,860 units. During the Korean War the Sabre arrived to take on the other swept-wing aircraft of the conflict, the MiG-15 Fagot. The Americans claim they shot down 792 MiGs while only losing 78 Sabres, a 10:1 victory ratio which is greatly disputed.
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Hobby Master 1/72 F-86E Sabre FU-760, flown by Charles "Chick" Cleveland, 4th Fighter Wing, Korean War HA4314A

Hobby Master 1/72 F-86E Sabre FU-760, flown by Charles "Chick" Cleveland, 4th Fighter Wing, Korean War HA4314A

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Hobby Master 1/72 F-86E Sabre FU-760, flown by Charles "Chick" Cleveland, 4th Fighter Wing, Korean War HA4314B

Hobby Master 1/72 F-86E Sabre FU-760, flown by Charles "Chick" Cleveland, 4th Fighter Wing, Korean War HA4314B

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Hobby Master 1/72 F-86E Sabre FU-746, flown by Col. Maj. William H. Westcott and Francis S. Gabreski, 25th FIS/51st FIW, Oct 1951 HA4315

Hobby Master 1/72 F-86E Sabre FU-746, flown by Col. Maj. William H. Westcott and Francis S. Gabreski, 25th FIS/51st FIW, Oct 1951 HA4315

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Hobby Master 1/72 F-86F Sabre 6393, ROCAF "Thunder Tigers" HA4350

The North American F-86 Sabre was manufactured from 1949 ? 1956 and was America?s first swept-wing fighter. As well as being built in the U.S. variants were built in Canada and Australia bringing the total of all variants manufactured to 9,860 units. During the Korean War the Sabre arrived to take on the other swept-wing aircraft of the conflict, the MiG-15 Fagot. The Americans claim they shot down 792 MiGs while only losing 78 Sabres, a 10:1 victory ratio which is greatly disputed.
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Hobby Master 1/72 F-86F Sabre 6433, 1st TFW, ROCAF HA4351

F-86F Sabre 6433, 1st TFW, ROCAF
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Hobby Master 1/72 RA-5C Vigilante "Ealge Eyes" 156642, USS Independence, 1970s HA4704

Hobby Master 1/72 RA-5C Vigilante "Ealge Eyes" 156642, USS Independence, 1970s HA4704
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Hobby Master 1/72 MIG-21PFM No.6910, 1st Sqn. of 62nd Fighter Regiment, Polish AF, Poznan-Krzesiny AB, 1994 HA0185

The Mig-21 was originally built by the Mikoyan and Gurevich Design Bureau in the Soviet Union with a NATO nickname Fishbed. No other jet has had as many planes produced as the Mig-21. Depending on the reference source 8,000 - 13,000 planes of all versions were made in the Soviet Union, under license to allied countries and China without license. A small, fast, agile, dependable and most importantly simple making it easy to turn out great numbers of the plane.
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Hobby Master 1/72 MIG-21PFMNo.005, Mongolian AF, 1980 HA0187

The Mig-21 was originally built by the Mikoyan and Gurevich Design Bureau in the Soviet Union with a NATO nickname Fishbed. No other jet has had as many planes produced as the Mig-21. Depending on the reference source 8,000 - 13,000 planes of all versions were made in the Soviet Union, under license to allied countries and China without license. A small, fast, agile, dependable and most importantly simple making it easy to turn out great numbers of the plane.
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Hobby Master 1/72 RA-5C Vigilante AJ601/156601 RVAH-6 USS Nimitz 1978 HA4703

The North American A3J Vigilante first flew on August 31, 1958 and was in service until November 1979. Originally designed as a Mach 2 all-weather bomber; the aircraft eventually had a new role of high-speed reconnaissance. In 1962 the Vigilante received new designators, the original A3J-1 became the A-5A, A3J-2 became A-5B while the reconnaissance version A3J-3P became the RA-5C and first flew June 30, 1962. The Vigilante was the largest and fastest aircraft to operate from an aircraft carrier. The RA-5C was heavily used in the Vietnam War.
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Hobby Master 1/72 RA-5C Vigilante AJ602/156624 LCDR Joe Gerber & LT Jomo Thomas RVAH-6 USS Nimitz HA4705

The North American A3J Vigilante first flew on August 31, 1958 and was in service until November 1979. Originally designed as a Mach 2 all-weather bomber; the aircraft eventually had a new role of high-speed reconnaissance. In 1962 the Vigilante received new designators, the original A3J-1 became the A-5A, A3J-2 became A-5B while the reconnaissance version A3J-3P became the RA-5C and first flew June 30, 1962. The Vigilante was the largest and fastest aircraft to operate from an aircraft carrier. The RA-5C was heavily used in the Vietnam War.
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