|Saab AJS 37 Viggen 1/72 Die Cast Model|
F7 Wing, Swedish Air Force, International Air Tattoo, 1995
The single-seat Saab 37 Viggen (Thunderbolt) short-medium range fighter/attack plane - the first aircraft to feature both afterburners and thrust-reversers - entered Swedish Air Force service in 1972 and served for more than 30 years before its 2005 retirement.
Now, you can display the first-ever, 1/72 scale, die cast model of the famous Viggen in your collection! Replicating a 1990s-upgrade AJS 37 that performed at the 1995 Royal International Air Tattoo military air show at RAF Fairford, this newly tooled Aviation 72 model features engraved panel lines, a detailed cockpit with a clear canopy, optional-position landing gear, a four-tone camouflage scheme with authentic 1995 Swedish Air Force markings, and more. Measures approximately 9" long with a 5¾" wingspan and includes a display stand.
Note: Shipping 4th Quarter 2013; reserve yours today! (Your credit card will not be charged until the item ships.)
|Wings of Glory - 3-DVD Set |
The Official Story of the Air Force
Take to the skies and learn about the U.S.' air services infancy and adolescence with this high flying, 3-DVD set! Filled with archival footage spanning the first 50 years of American aviation, from the Wright brothers' monumental flights at Kitty Hawk to the first dogfights in the skies of World War I, the nearly global campaigns against the Axis forces during World War II, and the first jet-vs.-jet combat over Korea, this collection tells the proud story of the U.S. Air Force's rise to become the world's dominant aerial superpower. Color and B&W, Dolby Digital, 6 hours total runtime.
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