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KINETIC: 1/48 Grumman EA-6B Prowler

Evolved from the basic A-6 intruder, the Grumman EA-6B Prowler is an electronic warfare aircraft that operates from land basesand aircraft carriers to provide electronic attack for the Navy, Marines, and Air Force. The first flight of the twin-engine, mid-wingEA-6B occurred in 1968 and the aircraft entered service in 1971. Since then, the Prowler has proven its significance in jointwarfare in operations against Libyan targets in 1986, Operation DESERT STORM, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, and OperationIRAQI FREEDOM.Primary mission of the EA-6B is to protect strike aircraft and ground troops from enemy attack, which is achieved by the use ofelectromagnetic energy to disrupt hostile radar signals. In addition, the EA-6B can also be armed with the AGM-88 High SpeedAnti-Radiation Missile (HARM) to destroy enemy Early Warning (EW) radars and radar guided Surface to Air Missiles (SAM), thussuppressing the enemy's air defenses and increasing mission success rate.Being an integral part of the fleet's first line of defense, the EA-6B receives more frequent equipment upgrades than any otheraircraft in the Navy. The most significant upgrades being the Improved Capability electronic suite modification (ICAP III), whichprovides the aircraft with greater jamming capability and more precise threat location. These continuous upgrades will ensurethe EA-6B Prowler remains the world's most effective tactical electronic warfare platform.

KINETIC: 1/48 Grumman EA-6B Prowler

Marca: KINETIC
Cod. art.: KN48022
Scala: SCALA 1:48
Materiale: plastica
Dispon.: Disponibile

Prezzo: € 65,95

Evolved from the basic A-6 intruder, the Grumman EA-6B Prowler is an electronic warfare aircraft that operates from land basesand aircraft carriers to provide electronic attack for the Navy, Marines, and Air Force. The first flight of the twin-engine, mid-wingEA-6B occurred in 1968 and the aircraft entered service in 1971. Since then, the Prowler has proven its significance in jointwarfare in operations against Libyan targets in 1986, Operation DESERT STORM, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, and OperationIRAQI FREEDOM.Primary mission of the EA-6B is to protect strike aircraft and ground troops from enemy attack, which is achieved by the use ofelectromagnetic energy to disrupt hostile radar signals. In addition, the EA-6B can also be armed with the AGM-88 High SpeedAnti-Radiation Missile (HARM) to destroy enemy Early Warning (EW) radars and radar guided Surface to Air Missiles (SAM), thussuppressing the enemy's air defenses and increasing mission success rate.Being an integral part of the fleet's first line of defense, the EA-6B receives more frequent equipment upgrades than any otheraircraft in the Navy. The most significant upgrades being the Improved Capability electronic suite modification (ICAP III), whichprovides the aircraft with greater jamming capability and more precise threat location. These continuous upgrades will ensurethe EA-6B Prowler remains the world's most effective tactical electronic warfare platform.

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TRUMPETER: 1/32 Ju-87B-2 Stuka

The Ju 87 B series was to be the first mass-produced variant. A total of six pre-production Ju 87 B-0 were produced, built from Ju 87 A airframes. Test flights began from the summer of 1937. A small number, at least three, served as conversion Cs or Es for potential naval variants. The first production version was the Ju 87 B-1, with a considerably larger engine, its Junkers Jumo 211D generating 1,184 hp, and completely redesigned fuselage and landing gear. This new design was again tested in Spain, and after proving its abilities there, production was ramped up to 60 per month. As a result, by the outbreak of World War II, the Luftwaffe had 336 Ju 87 B-1s on hand. The B-1 was also fitted with "Jericho trumpets", essentially propeller-driven sirens with a diameter of 0.7 m (2.3 ft) mounted on the wing's leading edge directly forward of the landing gear, or on the front edge of the fixed main gear fairing. This was used to weaken enemy morale and enhance the intimidation of dive-bombing. After the enemy became used to it, however, they were withdrawn. The devices caused a loss of some 20-25 km/h (10-20 mph) through drag. Instead, some bombs were fitted with whistles on the fin to produce the noise after release.

TRUMPETER: 1/32 Ju-87B-2 Stuka

Marca: TRUMPETER
Cod. art.: TRU03214
Scala: SCALA 1:32 (54mm)
Materiale: plastica
Dispon.: In arrivo

Prezzo: € 41,95

The Ju 87 B series was to be the first mass-produced variant. A total of six pre-production Ju 87 B-0 were produced, built from Ju 87 A airframes. Test flights began from the summer of 1937. A small number, at least three, served as conversion Cs or Es for potential naval variants. The first production version was the Ju 87 B-1, with a considerably larger engine, its Junkers Jumo 211D generating 1,184 hp, and completely redesigned fuselage and landing gear. This new design was again tested in Spain, and after proving its abilities there, production was ramped up to 60 per month. As a result, by the outbreak of World War II, the Luftwaffe had 336 Ju 87 B-1s on hand. The B-1 was also fitted with "Jericho trumpets", essentially propeller-driven sirens with a diameter of 0.7 m (2.3 ft) mounted on the wing's leading edge directly forward of the landing gear, or on the front edge of the fixed main gear fairing. This was used to weaken enemy morale and enhance the intimidation of dive-bombing. After the enemy became used to it, however, they were withdrawn. The devices caused a loss of some 20-25 km/h (10-20 mph) through drag. Instead, some bombs were fitted with whistles on the fin to produce the noise after release.

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TRUMPETER: 1/32 Me Bf 109E-4 Trop

The Messerschmitt Bf 109 was a German World War II fighter aircraft designed by Willy Messerschmitt in the early 1930s. It was one of the first true modern fighters of the era, including such features as an all-metal monocoque construction, a closed canopy, and retractable landing gear. Having gone through its baptism of fire in the Spanish Civil War, the Bf 109 was still in service at the dawn of the jet age at the end of World War II, during which it was the backbone of the German Luftwaffe fighter force.The E-4 saw the engine mounted cannon finally abandoned. The wing mounted cannons were upgraded to the MG FF/M, which gave a higher rate of fire. The cockpit canopy was also modified. It first appeared in July 1940, and played a significant role in the Battle of Britain. German figures for fighter losses show 249 E-1s, 32 E-3s and 344 E-4s lost in the second half of 1940. It would have been relatively easy to upgrade a 109E-3 to the E-4 specifications, and this is what may have happened to many of the older fighter.

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