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Torpedo Mk.44 1/72 - LF MODELS LF3D7224
SKU LFM-3D7224
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Aircraft
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Torpedo Mk.44 incl. rack (2 pieces)

 
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Scout / Wasp canopy mask 1/72 - LF MODELS CM7213
SKU LFM-CM7213
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: Modern
Type: Elicotteri
Category Mask

Scout / Wasp canopy mask in 1/72 scale recommended for LF Models kits.

 
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Nimbus Turboshaft Engine 1/72 - LF MODELS LF3D7225
SKU LFM-3D7225
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: Modern
Type: Elicotteri
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3D printed Nimbus Turboshaft engine for Wasp/Scout in 1/35 scale.

 
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Messerschmitt Me-109G/K upgrade detail set 1/72 - LF MODELS LF3D7218
SKU LFM-3D7218
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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Set of 3D printed Bf 109G/K details (wing cannons, 2x FuG 16ZY antennas, Pitot tube) for any 1/72 scale Bf 109G/K kit.

 
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Messerschmitt Me-109G/K upgrade detail set 1/72 - LF MODELS LF3D7217
SKU LFM-3D7217
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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Set of 3D printed Bf 109G/K details (exhaust stacks, radiator grille, wing guns, 2x FuG 16ZY antennas, Pitot tube) for AZ MODEL kit in 1/72 scale.

 
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Messerschmitt Me-109G/K upgrade detail set 1/48 - LF MODELS LF3D4811
SKU LFM-3D4811
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/48
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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Set of 3D printed Bf 109G/K details (wing cannons, 2x FuG 16ZY antennas, Pitot tube) for any 1/48 scale Bf 109G/K kit.

 
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Macchi MC.205Veltro Camouflage Painting Mask 1/72 - LF MODELS M7213
SKU LFM-M7213
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/48
Nation: Italy
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Mask

Macchi MC.205Veltro Camouflage Painting Mask in 1/72 scale for Hasegawa kit.

 
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Hs 123 Luftwaffe Service 1/72 - LF MODELS PE7273
SKU LFM-P7273
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Hs 123 Luftwaffe Service Aircraft Kit in 1/72 Scale - LF Models.Complete plastic kit with resin upgrade and 4 decal options (Stab II./SG.2, II/SG.2, I/SchG.1, 4(Sch)/LG2).The Henschel Hs 123 was a ground attack biplane employed by the Luftwaffe, the air force of Nazi Germany, during World War II. Here is a detailed overview of the Henschel Hs 123 in Luftwaffe service:Main Features of the Henschel Hs 123Role: Ground attack and dive-bombing aircraft.Manufacturer: Henschel Flugzeugwerke AG.First flight: 1935.Entry into service: 1936.Design and DevelopmentOrigins: The Hs 123 was designed as a rugged and easy-to-build ground attack aircraft. It was one of Henschel Flugzeugwerke's earliest military airplane designs.Structure: A biplane with a sturdy and strong structure. It had fixed landing gear and an open cockpit.Motorization: Equipped with an 880 hp BMW 132Dc radial engine.Technical SpecificationsDimensions:Length: 8.33 meters.Wingspan: 10.50 meters.Height: 3.20 meters.Weight:Empty: 1,410 kg.Maximum takeoff: 2,300 kg.Performance:Maximum speed: 340 km/h.Range: 850 km.Maximum tangent: 8,500 meters.Armament:Machine guns: 2 × 7.92 mm MG 17.Bombs: Capacity to carry up to 450 kg of bombs.Operational UseSpanish Civil War: The Hs 123 was initially tested in combat during the Spanish Civil War with the Legion Condor, proving its effectiveness as a ground attack aircraft.World War II: At the beginning of World War II, the Hs 123 was used during the Polish campaign and later in France. It was valued for its ruggedness and ability to operate in difficult conditions.Eastern Front: Despite being considered obsolete, the Hs 123 was also used on the Eastern Front, where its ruggedness and ability to operate from improvised airfields made it valuable.Support Role: Used primarily in close support, ground attack, and dive bombing roles, the Hs 123 was capable of inflicting significant damage on enemy forces with its machine guns and bombs.Historical ImpactThe Hs 123 represented a transition between World War I biplanes and modern monoplane attack aircraft. Despite being overtaken by more advanced aircraft during the war, the Hs 123 remained in service due to its reliability and robustness, proving the validity of its design in multiple theaters of operation.ConclusionThe Henschel Hs 123 is an example of an aircraft that, despite being obsolete in terms of design by World War II standards, demonstrated significant operational value due to its robustness, versatility, and ability to operate in difficult conditions. It is remembered as one of the Luftwaffe's most effective ground attack aircraft during the early years of the conflict.

 
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Hs 123 Angelito 1/72 - LF MODELS PE7272
SKU LFM-P7272
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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Aircraft Kit Hs 123 "Angelito" Spanish Service 1/72 Scale - LF Models.Complete plastic kit with resin upgrade and 4 decal options (Grupo 5-G-17, Grupo Mixto 86-70, Dive Bombing Sq. of the 2nd Airborne Regiment, 61st Squadron).The Henschel Hs 123 "Angelito" is the nickname given to this ground attack aircraft in Spanish service during and after the Spanish Civil War. Here is an overview of its use and history in this context:Henschel Hs 123 "Angelito" in Spanish ServiceHistorical BackgroundSpanish Civil War (1936-1939): Nazi Germany supported Francisco Franco's Nationalist forces by providing various types of armaments, including aircraft such as the Henschel Hs 123. The plane was primarily used by the Condor Legion, the German air unit sent to Spain to support the Nationalists.Aircraft CharacteristicsType: Ground attack and dive-bombing aircraft.Designation: In Spain, the Hs 123 was affectionately called the "Angelito" by Nationalist troops, a nickname that can be translated as "little angel," probably in reference to its robustness and reliability in battle.Operational UseGround Attack Missions: The Hs 123 was employed in ground attack missions against Republican forces, demonstrating effectiveness through its dive bombing and close support capabilities.Performance: Although it was already considered an obsolete design compared to modern monoplanes, the Hs 123 proved to be very durable and suitable for the operational conditions of the war in Spain, operating from improvised runways and in difficult weather conditions.Post-War ServiceArmy of the Air (Ejército del Aire): After the victory of the Nationalists, the Hs 123 continued to serve in the Spanish Air Force. The aircraft remained in operational service for several years due to its reliability and ease of maintenance.Impact and LegacyTraining and Tactics: The use of the Hs 123 in Spain provided valuable lessons to the German forces on ground attack tactics, which were later applied on a large scale during World War II.Popularity: The nickname "Angelito" reflects the Spanish troops' appreciation for this aircraft, which contributed significantly to their combat operations.ConclusionThe Henschel Hs 123 "Angelito" is remembered as a robust and reliable aircraft that played a significant role in ground attack operations during the Spanish Civil War. Its use and popularity among the Nationalist forces underscore its historical importance in this conflict and in the subsequent period, when it continued to serve in the Spanish Air Force.

 
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Bird Dog canopy mask 1/72 - LF MODELS CM7212
SKU LFM-CM7212
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: Vietnam
Type: Elicotteri
Category Mask

Bird Dog canopy mask in 1/72 scale recommended for LF Models kits.

 
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Wasp HAS.1 International Service - 1/72 - LF MODELS PE7271
SKU LFM-P7271
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: Modern
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

HAS.1 International Service helicopter kit in 1/72 scale - LF Models. Complete plastic kit from new molds with 4 decal options (2x Royal Navy, 1x Royal Netherlands Navy, 1x Royal New Zealand Navy) including 3D printed parts. The Westland Wasp HAS.1 is a lightweight anti-submarine helicopter (HAS: Helicopter Anti-Submarine) developed and manufactured by Westland Helicopters in the UK. Derived from the Westland Scout, the Wasp was designed to operate from naval ships and used primarily by the Royal Navy and other international navies. Here is a detailed overview of the Wasp HAS.1 and its international service: Main Features of the Westland Wasp HAS.1 Role: Anti-submarine, reconnaissance and naval utility helicopter. Manufacturer: Westland Helicopters, UK. Entry into service: 1960s. Design and Development. Origins: Developed based on the Westland Scout, the Wasp was modified to operate effectively in a marine environment. Modifications included collapsible landing gear and a corrosion-resistant structure. Design: The Wasp features a compact and rugged design suitable for naval operations, with the ability to land and take off from small ship decks. Technical Characteristics. Dimensions: Length: Approximately 9.78 meters. Rotor diameter: Approximately 9.78 meters. Height: Approximately 3.3 meters. Weight: Empty: Approximately 1,545 kg. Maximum at takeoff: About 2,495 kg. Propulsion: A Rolls-Royce Nimbus Mk.103 turbine engine, capable of developing about 1,050 shp (783 kW). Speed: Top speed of about 204 km/h (144 mph). Range: Approximately 463 km. Armament and Equipment Armament: The Wasp is armed with anti-submarine torpedoes, depth charges bombs and occasional light air defense missiles. Equipment: Equipped with search radar, sonar and other equipment for anti-submarine warfare. Operational Use. Royal Navy: Used primarily by the Royal Navy for submarine hunting and fleet protection. Operated from frigates, destroyers and other surface ships. International Service: Navies of Other Countries: The Wasp was exported and used by several international navies, including those of the Netherlands, New Zealand, Brazil, Indonesia, and South Africa. Versatile Role: In addition to anti-submarine warfare, it has been used for reconnaissance, light transport, medical evacuation, and logistical support missions. Conclusion The Westland Wasp HAS.1 has played a crucial role in naval antisubmarine defense during its operational career, both for the Royal Navy and other international navies. Its ability to operate effectively from surface ships in various weather conditions and operations made it a valuable asset for naval forces. Although now retired, the Wasp remains a significant example of a versatile and efficient naval helicopter.

 
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UH-12A Raven 1/72 - LF MODELS PE7267
SKU LFM-P7267
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: Dopoguerra
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

UH-12A Raven First in Service Helicopter Kit in 1/72 scale - LF Models.Complete plastic kit with clear injected canopies and 4 decal options (2x France, 2x Israel).The UH-12A Raven, also known as the Hiller UH-12, is a light multipurpose helicopter developed by the U.S.-based Hiller Aircraft Corporation. Here is a detailed overview of the Hiller UH-12A Raven:Main Features of the Hiller UH-12A RavenRole: Light Multipurpose Helicopter.Manufacturer: Hiller Aircraft Corporation.Entry into Service: 1950s.Design and DevelopmentOrigins: The Hiller UH-12 was developed in the late 1940s as one of the first light helicopters to enter service with the U.S. military.Design: The UH-12 design features a single main rotor configuration with a tail rotor for directional control. The helicopter has a simple, rugged structure with an open or enclosed cabin for two or three people.Technical SpecificationsDimensions:Length: Approximately 8.8 meters.Rotor diameter: Approximately 10.4 meters.Height: Approximately 2.8 meters.Weight:Empty: Approximately 680 kg.Maximum takeoff: Approximately 1,020 kg.Propulsion: A 178 hp Franklin O-335-5 piston engine.Speed: Maximum speed approximately 135 km/h.Range: Approximately 360 km.Capacity: Crew of one or two pilots with capacity for one or two additional passengers.Operational UseArmed Forces: The UH-12A Raven has been used primarily by the U.S. Armed Forces, including the Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marines. It has been used for a wide range of tasks, including reconnaissance, observation, medical evacuation, pilot training, and light transport.Korean War: During the Korean War, the UH-12A was used for medical evacuation and reconnaissance missions, demonstrating its utility under combat conditions.International Service: In addition to the United States, the Hiller UH-12A has been used by numerous other countries for military and civilian tasks, including Canada, Japan, France, and several Latin American countries.Historical ImpactThe Hiller UH-12A Raven was one of the first light helicopters to demonstrate the versatility and utility of helicopters in a variety of roles. Its simplicity of design, reliability, and ability to operate in harsh environments made it a valuable tool for the armed forces and civilian applications. The UH-12 has also contributed significantly to the development of helicopter flying techniques and pilot training.ConclusionThe Hiller UH-12A Raven represents an important step forward in aviation history, being one of the first light helicopters to enter operational service. Its versatility, reliability and ease of use have meant that it has been widely adopted for a wide range of military and civilian tasks, leaving a lasting imprint on helicopter history.

 
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Scout AH.1 - 1/72 - LF MODELS PE7270
SKU LFM-P7270
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: Modern
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

Scout AH.1 British service helicopter kit in 1/72 scale - LF Models.Complete plastic kit from new molds with 4 decal options (2 x RAF, 1 x Empire State Pilots School, 1 x Special Air Services)The Westland Scout AH.1 is a light reconnaissance and utility helicopter manufactured by Westland Helicopters in the United Kingdom. Here is an overview of its features and use:Main Features of the Westland Scout AH.1Role: Light reconnaissance and utility helicopter.Manufacturer: Westland Helicopters, UK.Entry into service: 1960s.Design and DevelopmentOrigins: The Westland Scout is derived from the Saunders-Roe P.531, a light helicopter that Westland Helicopters acquired when it bought Saunders-Roe in 1959.Design: The helicopter is designed to be versatile and suitable for a variety of military tasks, with a simple and rugged structure.Technical SpecificationsDimensions:Length: Approximately 10.08 meters.Rotor diameter: Approximately 9.14 meters.Height: Approximately 2.67 meters.Weight:Empty: Approximately 1,542 kg.Maximum takeoff: Approximately 2,495 kg.Propulsion: A Rolls-Royce Nimbus Mk.101 turbine engine, capable of developing about 1,050 shp (783 kW).Speed: Maximum speed of about 193 km/h.Range: About 432 km.Armament and EquipmentArmament: The helicopter can be armed with light machine guns and rockets, depending on the configuration and type of mission.Equipment: Equipped with lifting equipment, communication systems and other equipment required for reconnaissance and utility missions.Operational UseMilitary Role: Used primarily by the British Army (British Army) for reconnaissance, light transport, medical evacuation and general ground operations support tasks.Versatility: Lightweight and maneuverable design makes it suitable for operations in harsh environments and varied operating conditions.Use in Conflict: Employed in various conflicts and military operations, including the Borneo conflict, the Aden operation, and service in Northern Ireland.ConclusionThe Westland Scout AH.1 was an important helicopter for the British Armed Forces during the 1960s and 1970s because of its versatility and ability to operate in a variety of roles. Although now retired from service, the Scout has left a significant legacy as one of the most useful and adaptable light helicopters of its time.

 
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Dragonfly British Service 1/72 - LF MODELS PE7265
SKU LFM-P7265
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

Dragonfly Helicopter Kit - British Service 1/72 scale - LF Models.Complete plastic kit with new molds, photoetched parts, transparent injected canopies and 5 decal options.The Sikorsky S-51 Dragonfly is a helicopter developed in the 1940s by the Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation. It is known to be one of the first helicopters to be significantly used by military and civilian forces. Here is a detailed overview of the Sikorsky S-51 Dragonfly:Main Features of the Sikorsky S-51 DragonflyRole: Rescue, transport and utility helicopter.Manufacturer: Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, United States.Entry into Service: 1946.Design and DevelopmentOrigins: Developed as a civilian version of the Sikorsky R-5, the S-51 incorporated significant improvements over its predecessors, such as greater payload capacity and improved flight performance.Design: Designed with an elongated fuselage and a wider cockpit, the S-51 could carry up to three passengers in addition to the pilot.Technical SpecificationsDimensions:Length: Approximately 12.90 meters.Rotor diameter: Approximately 14.63 meters.Height: Approximately 4.05 meters.Weight:Empty: Approximately 1,315 kg.Maximum takeoff: Approximately 2,250 kg.Propulsion: A Pratt & Whitney R-985-AN-5 radial piston engine, capable of developing approximately 450 hp.Speed: Maximum speed of about 167 km/h.Range: About 435 km.Operational UseArmed Forces: Used by several armed forces, including the U.S. Army and Navy, for transport, rescue, medical evacuation and reconnaissance tasks. It was the first helicopter to be used by the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps.Civil Service: Used in various civilian roles, such as transporting people and cargo, postal services, and mountain rescue operations. It was one of the first helicopters to be certified for commercial passenger transport.International: Exported and used by several nations, including the UK, France and Canada. In the UK, the S-51 was known as the Westland-Sikorsky WS-51 Dragonfly, manufactured under license by Westland Aircraft.Historical ImpactThe Sikorsky S-51 Dragonfly was a pioneer in the use of helicopters in a wide range of both military and civilian roles. Its success helped demonstrate the versatility and utility of helicopters, leading to an increase in their use in everyday operations. Because of its reliability and ability to operate in harsh conditions, the S-51 set standards that influenced the development of future helicopters.ConclusionThe Sikorsky S-51 Dragonfly is a landmark helicopter that has made a significant impact in both the military and civilian sectors. Its innovative design and operational versatility made it one of the most important helicopters of the post-war period, paving the way for the widespread use of helicopters worldwide.

 
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Dragonfly 1/72 - LF MODELS PE7263
SKU LFM-P7263
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

Dragonfly helicopter kit - over the wolrd in 1/72 scale - LF Models.Complete plastic kit with new molds, photo-etched parts, injected transparent canopies and 6 decal options (Dutch Naval Air Services, AF of Yugoslavia, Italy, Australia, French Navy, Canada)The Sikorsky S-51 Dragonfly is a helicopter developed in the 1940s by the Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation. It is known to be one of the first helicopters to be significantly used by military and civilian forces. Here is a detailed overview of the Sikorsky S-51 Dragonfly:Main Features of the Sikorsky S-51 DragonflyRole: Rescue, transport and utility helicopter.Manufacturer: Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, United States.Entry into Service: 1946.Design and DevelopmentOrigins: Developed as a civilian version of the Sikorsky R-5, the S-51 incorporated significant improvements over its predecessors, such as greater cargo capacity and improved flight performance.Design: Designed with an elongated fuselage and a wider cockpit, the S-51 could carry up to three passengers in addition to the pilot.Technical SpecificationsDimensions:Length: Approximately 12.90 meters.Rotor diameter: Approximately 14.63 meters.Height: Approximately 4.05 meters.Weight:Empty: Approximately 1,315 kg.Maximum takeoff: Approximately 2,250 kg.Propulsion: A Pratt & Whitney R-985-AN-5 radial piston engine, capable of developing approximately 450 hp.Speed: Maximum speed of about 167 km/h.Range: About 435 km.Operational UseArmed Forces: Used by several armed forces, including the U.S. Army and Navy, for transport, rescue, medical evacuation and reconnaissance tasks. It was the first helicopter to be used by the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps.Civil Service: Used in various civilian roles, such as transporting people and cargo, postal services, and mountain rescue operations. It was one of the first helicopters to be certified for commercial passenger transport.International: Exported and used by several nations, including the UK, France and Canada. In the UK, the S-51 was known as the Westland-Sikorsky WS-51 Dragonfly, manufactured under license by Westland Aircraft.Historical ImpactThe Sikorsky S-51 Dragonfly was a pioneer in the use of helicopters in a wide range of both military and civilian roles. Its success helped demonstrate the versatility and utility of helicopters, leading to an increase in their use in everyday operations. Because of its reliability and ability to operate in harsh conditions, the S-51 set standards that influenced the development of future helicopters.ConclusionThe Sikorsky S-51 Dragonfly is a landmark helicopter that has made a significant impact in both the military and civilian sectors. Its innovative design and operational versatility made it one of the most important helicopters of the post-war period, paving the way for the widespread use of helicopters worldwide.

 
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Bird Dog 1/72 - LF MODELS PE7266
SKU LFM-P7266
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: Vietnam
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Bird Dog (Korean and Vietnam War) Aircraft Kit 1/72 scale - LF Models.Complete plastic kit with photo-etched parts, injected transparent canopies and 6 decal options (2x Korean War, 4x Vietnam War).The Bird Dog, formally known as the Cessna L-19/O-1 Bird Dog, is an observation and liaison aircraft developed by the Cessna Aircraft Company. Here is a detailed overview of the Cessna L-19/O-1 Bird Dog:Main Features of the Bird DogRole: Observation, liaison and reconnaissance aircraft.Manufacturer: Cessna Aircraft Company.Entry into service: 1950s.Design and DevelopmentOrigins: The Bird Dog was developed in response to a request from the U.S. Army for an observation and liaison aircraft capable of conducting reconnaissance and artillery fire correction missions.Design: A high-wing monoplane with a piston engine, the Bird Dog was designed to have excellent low-speed, short takeoff and landing (STOL) flight capabilities.Technical SpecificationsDimensions:Length: Approximately 7.85 meters.Wingspan: Approximately 10.97 meters.Height: Approximately 2.18 meters.Weight:Empty: Approximately 634 kg.Maximum takeoff: Approximately 1,020 kg.Propulsion: One 213 hp Continental O-470-11 piston engine.Speed: Maximum speed of approximately 206 km/h.Range: Approximately 850 km.Capacity: Crew of two (pilot and observer).Operational UseArmed ForcesArmed Forces: The Bird Dog has been used extensively by the U.S. Armed Forces, particularly the Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marines. It has been used in observation, reconnaissance, liaison, medical evacuation, and artillery fire correction missions.Korean War: During the Korean War, the Bird Dog proved vital for reconnaissance and observation missions because of its ability to operate in difficult environments and to land on makeshift runways.Vietnam War: The Bird Dog was one of the most widely used aircraft during the Vietnam War for reconnaissance, observation, and target designation. It was often used to direct air strikes and artillery toward enemy targets.International Service: The Bird Dog was also used by many other nations, including Canada, Australia, France and Japan. Several countries employed it for similar observation and reconnaissance tasks.Historical ImpactThe Cessna L-19/O-1 Bird Dog was a highly versatile and successful aircraft. Its ability to operate in a variety of conditions and its reliability made it an essential tool for armed forces around the world. The Bird Dog set high standards for observation and liaison aircraft and demonstrated the importance of such aircraft in modern military operations.ConclusionThe Bird Dog was a crucial aircraft in the history of military aviation, known for its versatility, reliability, and ability to perform a wide range of missions. Its legacy continues to be recognized as an example of excellence in observation and liaison aircraft design.

 
 
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LF MODELS PE7264 AB 47J Ranger
SKU LFM-P7264
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Italy
Period: Modern
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

1/72 AB 47J Super Ranger (Carabinieri, SAR rescue, Italian AF)Complete plastic kit with photo-etched parts, injected transparent canopies and 5 decal options.The AB 47J Ranger is a single-engine light helicopter developed and produced in Italy by the company Aeritalia (now part of Leonardo) in the 1950s and 1960s. The helicopter is based on the original design of the Bell 47, a U.S. light helicopter widely used in both the civilian and military sectors.Here are some key features of the AB 47J Ranger:Design : The AB 47J Ranger is a light helicopter with a classic main rotor and tail rotor configuration. It can generally carry two or three people, including the pilot and passengers or payload.Usage : The AB 47J helicopter has been used in a variety of roles, including light transport, training, observation, and air traffic control. It has been used by both the Italian armed forces and civilian operators.Engine : The AB 47J Ranger is powered by a Lycoming VO-540 piston engine, which provides the necessary power for flight.Versions : Several variants of the AB 47J Ranger helicopter were developed to meet specific requirements. These variants had several, including training and light transport helicopters.History : The AB 47J has been used by the Italian Armed Forces and other users in Italy and around the world. It has played an important role in Italian light aviation and helicopter pilot training.The AB 47J Ranger has become an iconic helicopter in the Italian helicopter scene and has been used in a variety of roles. However, as helicopter technology advanced, the Ranger was gradually replaced by more modern helicopters with superior performance.

 
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LF MODELS PE7262 AB 47J Ranger
SKU LFM-P7262
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Italy
Period: Modern
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

1/72 AB 47J Ranger (Italian Navy, Army, Yugoslavia, Denmark, Norway AF)Complete plastic kit with photo-etched parts, injected transparent canopies and 5 decal options.The AB 47J Ranger is a single-engine light helicopter developed and produced in Italy by the company Aeritalia (now part of Leonardo) in the 1950s and 1960s. The helicopter is based on the original design of the Bell 47, a U.S. light helicopter widely used in both the civilian and military sectors.Here are some key features of the AB 47J Ranger:Design : The AB 47J Ranger is a light helicopter with a classic main rotor and tail rotor configuration. It can generally carry two or three people, including the pilot and passengers or payload.Usage : The AB 47J helicopter has been used in a variety of roles, including light transport, training, observation, and air traffic control. It has been used by both the Italian armed forces and civilian operators.Engine : The AB 47J Ranger is powered by a Lycoming VO-540 piston engine, which provides the necessary power for flight.Versions : Several variants of the AB 47J Ranger helicopter were developed to meet specific requirements. These variants had several, including training and light transport helicopters.History : The AB 47J has been used by the Italian Armed Forces and other users in Italy and around the world. It has played an important role in Italian light aviation and helicopter pilot training.The AB 47J Ranger has become an iconic helicopter in the Italian helicopter scene and has been used in a variety of roles. However, as helicopter technology advanced, the Ranger was gradually replaced by more modern helicopters with superior performance.

 
 
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LF MODELS PE4812 AB 47J Ranger
SKU LFM-P4812
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/48
Nation: Italy
Period: Modern
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

1/48 AB 47J Super Ranger (Carabinieri, SAR rescue, Italian AF)Complete plastic kit with photo-etched parts, injected transparent canopies and 5 decal optionsThe AB 47J Ranger is a light single-engine helicopter developed and produced in Italy by the company Aeritalia (now part of Leonardo) in the 1950s and 1960s. The helicopter is based on the original design of the Bell 47, a U.S. light helicopter widely used in both the civilian and military sectors.Here are some key features of the AB 47J Ranger:Design : The AB 47J Ranger is a light helicopter with a classic main rotor and tail rotor configuration. It can generally carry two or three people, including the pilot and passengers or payload.Usage : The AB 47J helicopter has been used in a variety of roles, including light transport, training, observation, and air traffic control. It has been used by both the Italian armed forces and civilian operators.Engine : The AB 47J Ranger is powered by a Lycoming VO-540 piston engine, which provides the necessary power for flight.Versions : Several variants of the AB 47J Ranger helicopter were developed to meet specific requirements. These variants had several, including training and light transport helicopters.History : The AB 47J has been used by the Italian Armed Forces and other users in Italy and around the world. It has played an important role in Italian light aviation and helicopter pilot training.The AB 47J Ranger has become an iconic helicopter in the Italian helicopter scene and has been used in a variety of roles. However, as helicopter technology advanced, the Ranger was gradually replaced by more modern helicopters with superior performance.

 
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LF MODELS PE4811 AB 47J Ranger
SKU LFM-P4811
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/48
Nation: Italy
Period: Modern
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

1/48 AB 47J Ranger (Italian Navy, Army, Yugoslavia, Denmark, Norway AF)Complete plastic kit with photo-etched parts, injected transparent canopies and 5 decal options.The AB 47J Ranger is a single-engine light helicopter developed and produced in Italy by the company Aeritalia (now part of Leonardo) in the 1950s and 1960s. The helicopter is based on the original design of the Bell 47, a U.S. light helicopter widely used in both the civilian and military sectors.Here are some key features of the AB 47J Ranger:Design : The AB 47J Ranger is a light helicopter with a classic main rotor and tail rotor configuration. It can generally carry two or three people, including the pilot and passengers or payload.Usage : The AB 47J helicopter has been used in a variety of roles, including light transport, training, observation, and air traffic control. It has been used by both the Italian armed forces and civilian operators.Engine : The AB 47J Ranger is powered by a Lycoming VO-540 piston engine, which provides the necessary power for flight.Versions : Several variants of the AB 47J Ranger helicopter were developed to meet specific requirements. These variants had several, including training and light transport helicopters.History : The AB 47J has been used by the Italian Armed Forces and other users in Italy and around the world. It has played an important role in Italian light aviation and helicopter pilot training.The AB 47J Ranger has become an iconic helicopter in the Italian helicopter scene and has been used in a variety of roles. However, as helicopter technology advanced, the Ranger was gradually replaced by more modern helicopters with superior performance.

 
 
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LF MODELS LF3D7216 Fuel tanks 257 liters.
SKU LFM-3D7216
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/72 Fuel tanks 257 liters 2 pieces3D printed fuel tanks for MB326, MB339, Alpha Jet, Super Etendard, G.91 Gina, etc. kits.

 
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LF MODELS LF3D7215 MP-1000 anti-ship missile.
SKU LFM-3D7215
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/72 MP-1000 Pescador anti-ship missile including launch pod 2 pieces 3D printed anti-ship missile for MB326 kits, T-28 Trojan IA-58 Pucará The MP-1000 Pescador anti-ship missile is a missile system developed in China and is designed to attack warships. The following is some key information about the MP-1000 missile: Origins : The MP-1000 Pescador missile was developed by China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASIC) and is part of its anti-ship missile series. Design : The MP-1000 missile is designed to be launched from warships, submarines or coastal platforms. It is a supersonic anti-ship missile, which means it travels at speeds faster than the speed of sound. This enables it to hit naval targets at relatively long distances in a short period of time. Characteristics : The missile is known for its high speed and maneuverability, making it difficult for enemy ship defenses to intercept. It can carry an explosive warhead designed to cause significant damage to warships, including structural damage and fire. Use : The MP-1000 missile was developed primarily for use in the Chinese Navy and can be used for both coastal defense and sea control. It can pose a significant threat to enemy warships in naval conflicts. Evolution : The MP-1000 anti-ship missile is part of a series of Chinese anti-ship missile developments, reflecting the growing capability of the Chinese military in the field of naval operations.

 
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LF MODELS LF3D7214 Piranha Missile MAA-1
SKU LFM-3D7214
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/72 Missile Piranha MAA-1 2-piece3D printed set included pod launched for MB326, F-5, Mirage III, A-29 Tucano, Mirage 2000, A-1 / A-11, etc.

 
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LF MODELS LF3D7213 MATRA G.550 Air-to-Air Missile.
SKU LFM-3D7213
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/72 MATRA G.550 Magic Air-to-Air Missile incl. 2-piece launch pod3D printed set included launched pod for Mirage 2000, Mirage F1, Mirage III, Mirage 50, Super Etendard, MB326, MB339, A-4 Skyhawk, F-8 Crusaider, A-7 Corsair II, etc.

 
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LF MODELS LF3D7212 MATRA 122 Rocket Pod
SKU LFM-3D7212
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/72 MATRA 122 Rocket Pod 2 pieces3D printed rocket pod recommended for CM.175 Zephyr, MB326, MB339, CM.170 Magister kits, etc.

 
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LF MODELS LF3D7211 AS.12 missile
SKU LFM-3D7211
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/72 AS.12 missile 2 pieces 3D printed air-to-surface/anticarine missile recommended for helicopters such as Alouette III, Scout, Lynx, Wessex, and aircraft such as Alize, P-2 Neptune, Atlantic, etc.

 
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LF MODELS LF3D7210 AS.11 air-to-surface missile
SKU LFM-3D7210
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/72 AS.11 air-to-surface missile 2 pieces 3D printed air-to-surface/anticarrier missile recommended for helicopters such as Alouette II kit, Alouette III, Scout, UH-1B Huey etc.

 
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LF MODELS LF3D7209 LAU-10 A ZUNI Rocket Pod
SKU LFM-3D7209
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/72 LAU-10 A ZUNI Rocket Pod 2 pieces3D printed bombs recommended for any kit MB326, MB339, G.91 Gina, Alpha Jet, Mirage, CM.170 Magister, CM.175 Zephyr, helicopters, etc.

 
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LF MODELS LF3D7208 BINC 400 Incendiary Bomb.
SKU LFM-3D7208
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/72 Fire Bomb BINC 400 4 pieces3D printed bombs recommended for any kit MB326, MB339, G.91 Gina, Alpha Jet, Mirage, etc.

 
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LF MODELS LF3D7207 BINC 400 Incendiary Bomb.
SKU LFM-3D7207
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/72 BINC 400 incendiary bomb 2 pcs. 3D printed bombs recommended for any kit MB326, MB339, G.91 Gina, Alpha Jet, Mirage, etc.

 
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LF MODELS LF3D4809 MP-1000 anti-ship missile.
SKU LFM-3D4809
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/48 anti-ship missile MP-1000 Pescador incl. launch pod 2 pieces 3D printed anti-ship missile for MB326 kits, T-28 Trojan IA-58 Pucará

 
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LF MODELS LF3D4808 Piranha Missile MAA-1
SKU LFM-3D4808
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/48 Missile Piranha MAA-1 2 pcs. 3D printed set included pod launched for MB326, F-5, Mirage III, A-29 Tucano, Mirage 2000, A-1 / A-11, etc.

 
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LF MODELS LF3D4807 MATRA G.550 Air-to-Air Missile.
SKU LFM-3D4807
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/48 MATRA G.550 Magic air-to-air missile incl. launch pod 2 pieces 3D printed set including launched pod for Mirage 2000, Mirage F1, Mirage III, Mirage 50, Super Etendard, MB326, MB339, A-4 Skyhawk, F-8 Crusaider, A-7 Corsair II, etc.

 
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LF MODELS LF3D4806 AS.12 missile
SKU LFM-3D4806
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/48 AS.12 missile 2 pieces 3D printed air-to-surface/anticarine missile recommended for helicopters such as Alouette III, Scout, Lynx, Wessex and aircraft such as Alize, P-2 Neptune, Atlantic, etc.

 
 
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LF MODELS LF3D4805 AS.11 air-to-surface missile
SKU LFM-3D4805
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/48 AS.11 air-to-surface missile 2 pieces 3D printed air-to-surface/anticarrier missile recommended for helicopters such as Alouette II kit, Alouette III, Scout, UH-1B Huey etc.

 
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HTE-1 / HTE-2 Raven
SKU LFM-P7253
Brand LF MODELS
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

1/72 HTE-1 / HTE-2 Raven (US Navy, Royal Navy)

 
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Heinkel He-112B-0/B-1
SKU LFM-P4809
Brand LF MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/48 Heinkel He-112B-0/B-1 Axis FighterThe Heinkel He 112B was a fighter plane developed by Nazi Germany in the 1930s. It was produced by the Heinkel Flugzeugwerke company and was conceived as a high-performance fighter aircraft for the Luftwaffe, the German Air Force.The design of the Heinkel He 112 was developed to compete to become the Luftwaffe's main fighter. However, despite its advanced features for the time, it lost the competition to the Messerschmitt Bf 109, which became Germany's main fighter during World War II.The He 112B was one of the variants of the He 112 model. It differed from earlier versions in some improvements and changes in design and armament. The "B-0" and "B-1" referred to the subvariants of the "B" model that were produced.Although the Heinkel He 112 did not obtain the role of main fighter for the Luftwaffe, some examples were used as training aircraft or intended for air forces of countries allied with Germany during World War II. However, the Messerschmitt Bf 109 remained the main fighter and the most widely used fighter of the German Air Force during the conflict.

 
 
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H-13J/HUL-1
SKU LFM-P4810
Brand LF MODELS
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/48
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

1/48 H-13J/HUL-1 (US VIP Transport,US Navy,Brazil,Argentina,Chile)The H-13J and HUL-1 are variants of a light helicopter produced by Bell Helicopter in the United States. This helicopter was originally known as the "Bell 47" and was one of the first successful helicopters developed in the U.S.The H-13J was a military variant of the Bell 47. It was used primarily as a training, observation and communication helicopter by the U.S. military, including the Army and Navy.The HUL-1 was a naval version of the H-13J used by the U.S. Navy. It was also known by the nickname "Angel" and was used for observation, reconnaissance and rescue duties.Both of these models were characterized by their two-seat configuration, with a pilot and a passenger or observer sitting in tandem in the open cabin. The Bell 47 was used extensively in both civilian and military settings during the 1940s and 1950s and proved to be a reliable and versatile helicopter.The Bell 47 was also made famous by its appearance in the television series "MAS*H," where it was used as a medical helicopter during the Korean War. Its popularity and durability in service helped make the Bell 47 one of the most iconic helicopters of its era.

 
 
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Westland Whirlwind Mk.I
SKU LFM-M72.110
Brand LF MODELS
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Mask

1/72 Westland Whirlwind Mk.I Early Camouflage Painting Mask

 
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Westland Whirlwind Mk.I
SKU LFM-M72.111
Brand LF MODELS
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Mask

1/72 Westland Whirlwind Mk.I Late Camouflage Painting Mask

 
 
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Westland Whirlwind Mk.I
SKU LFM-M48.101
Brand LF MODELS
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Mask

1/48 Westland Whirlwind Mk.I Early Camouflage Painting Mask

 
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Westland Whirlwind Mk.I
SKU LFM-M48.102
Brand LF MODELS
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Mask

1/48 Westland Whirlwind Mk.I Late Camouflage Painting Mask

 
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North American T-28 Trojan over Vietnam Decals
SKU LFM-C48.106
Brand LF MODELS
Nation: Vietnam
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/48 North American T-28 Trojan over Vietnam2 decal options for Hobby Boss, Roden, Monogram, Revell kitsThe North American T-28 Trojan was used significantly during the Vietnam War as a trainer and light combat aircraft. The T-28 was primarily used by the United States Air Force (USAF), the United States Navy (USN), and the South Vietnamese Air Force (VNAF).In its role as a trainer, the T-28 served an important function in preparing pilots for advanced flight training and combat training. However, because of its versatility and rugged design, it was also employed in close air support missions and ground attacks.During the conflict, T-28s were armed with machine guns and could carry rockets and bombs, enabling them to effectively carry out ground-based air support missions. Especially USAF and USN forces used them in this capacity to provide air cover for ground troops and to conduct attacks against enemy targets.The T-28 proved to be a reliable aircraft capable of operating in harsh environments, such as the combat conditions of the jungles of Vietnam. However, by the mid-1960s, it was gradually replaced by more advanced aircraft specializing in ground-based air support missions, such as the A-1 Skyraider.Despite this, the T-28 Trojan remained in service in Vietnam throughout the conflict, and its participation in the Vietnam War is an integral part of its military history. After the conflict ended, some examples of the T-28 continued to be used in other parts of the world in both military and civilian roles.

 
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Miles Magister Mk.I.
SKU LFM-M72.108
Brand LF MODELS
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Mask

1/72 Miles Magister Mk.I. Camouflage Painting Mask

 
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Messerschmitt Me-109G-6 Decals
SKU LFM-C72.223
Brand LF MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Italy
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 Comiso cartoon part 3.2 decal options for Fujimi, Hasegawa, Airfix, AZ Model, Academy, Hobby Boss kitThe Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 was a model of the famous German Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter aircraft also used in Italy during World War II. After Italy's armistice with the Allies in September 1943, a number of Bf 109G-6 units in service with the German Luftwaffe were captured by Allied forces, including those of Italy.After the armistice, Italy was divided into two parts: one part remained under German control and the other became an Allied government. The Italian armed forces that sided with the Allies received several German aircraft, including some examples of the Bf 109G-6.The captured Bf 109G-6s were used by the Italians under Allied control for various tasks, including territorial defense, training and escort duties. However, it is important to note that Italy's use of the Bf 109G-6 was relatively short-lived, as it was soon replaced by more modern aircraft supplied by the Allies.After the end of World War II, Italy stopped operating the Bf 109G-6 altogether and its fleet was either dismantled or used for other purposes.Today, examples of the Messerschmitt Bf 109 are preserved in various aviation museums and private collections around the world, including Italy, as evidence of their historical role in aviation during the World War II period.

 
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