Hasegawa Post WWII Aviation
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Su-27 World Flanker: Hasegawa
Su-27 World Flanker 1:72 Scale
Some time around 1970, the Soviets realized that the United States was developing a new fighter to replace the F-4 Phantom. They started a program to develop a new fourth generation fighter of their own. As both the US and Soviets figured out, you really can’t get one aircraft to do all the roles necessary, and the results were the F-15 Eagle, the F-16 Falcon and the F/A-18 Hornet. The Soviet aircraft were the Su-27 Flanker and MiG-29 Fulcrum. Since there are “navalized” versions of both the MiG-29 and Su-27, they also covered the F/A-18’s mission.
The Su-27 has the normal “air superiority” mission, and carries up to eight missiles. The Soviets also envisioned using it as a deep penetration fighter to shoot down tankers and AWACS aircraft, which fly quite a ways behind the front. For this reason, the Flanker is very large, a necessity to carry the fuel for a mission deep behind the lines. Like the F-15, there’s also a Flanker with an “air-to-mud” mission.
$72.991 in Stock
Su-27 Flanker: Hasegawa
Su-27 Flanker 1:72 Scale
The Sukhoi Su-27 (NATO codename “Flanker”) was originally developed by the Soviet Union to counter the high performance American F-15 air superiority fighter. The Su-27’s basic design is aerodynamically similar to the MiG-29, but it is substantially larger. Despite its large size, the Su-27 is capable of speeds exceeding Mach 2 and is an extremely nimble aircraft. For that reason the Su-27 was chosen to be the aircraft operated by the Russian Air Force aerobatic demonstration team the “Russian Knights”. This re-released Hasegawa 1/72 scale assembly kit of the Russian Air Force Su-27 comes with 142 parts and an illustrated assembly guide.
$72.991 in Stock
Apache Longbow JGSDF: Hasegawa
Apache Longbow Japanese Ground Self Defense Force: 1:48 Scale
The AH-64D Apache Longbow is a distinctive-looking, all-weather attack helicopter with four-bladed main and tail rotors and a two-person tandem crew. Powered by upgraded twin GE T700 turbo-shaft engines, other major improvements over previous versions include a Fire Control Radar target acquisition system and new weapons systems. Kit features include new antenna, sensor and front display panel parts as well as markings for the J.G.S.D.F.
$39.991 in Stock
F4U-5N Corsair & Aftermarket Decals: Hasegawa
F4U-5N Corsair night fighter & Aftermarket decals : 1:48 scale.
- Weathered, worn, beat up box
- Aftermarket Corsair decals from 2001 IPMS/USA Nationals
$37.001 in Stock
F/A-18E: Super Hornet: Hasegawa
F/A-18E: Super Hornet: 1:72 Scale
$26.002 in Stock