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Tu22KD Blinder 1/144 - MIKRO-MIR 144-024
SKU MKRM-144024
Brand MIKRO-MIR
Scale: 1/144
Nation: Russia
Period: Cold War
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/144 scale Tupolev Tu22KD Blinder aircraft kit - Mikro-Mir model.The Tupolev Tu-22KD, known by the NATO code name "Blinder," is a supersonic strategic bomber developed by the Soviet Union during the Cold War. The Tu-22KD is a specific variant of the Tu-22 Blinder, designed to be used as a cruise missile.Here are some key features of the Tupolev Tu-22KD:Role and Mission:The Tu-22KD was designed primarily to serve as a launch pad for cruise missiles. Its main mission was to carry and launch nuclear cruise missiles.Kh-22 Missiles:The Tu-22KD was equipped with Kh-22 cruise missiles (NATO code name AS-4 "Kitchen"). These missiles could carry nuclear warheads and had a significant range, enabling the Tu-22KD to strike targets at considerable distances.Technical Characteristics:The Tu-22KD was a supersonic aircraft with delta wings and two turbojet engines. Its configuration gave it a high cruising speed and good penetration capability.Armor:Like many military aircraft of the time, the Tu-22KD was equipped with some ballistic protection and countermeasures to defend against enemy threats.Production and Use:The Tupolev Tu-22KD entered service in the Soviet Union in the 1960s and was used mainly during the Cold War. Its production ceased over the years, but it remained in service for several years.Successors:Subsequently, Russia developed advanced variants of similar aircraft, such as the Tupolev Tu-22M Backfire, which is an evolved successor to the Tu-22KD and retains the ability to carry and launch cruise missiles.The Tupolev Tu-22KD was one of the Cold War aircraft used by the Soviet Union and contributed to the strategic capability of the Soviet Air Force during that period.

 
 
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Myasishchev 3MD 1/144 - MIKRO-MIR 144-033
SKU MKRM-144033
Brand MIKRO-MIR
Scale: 1/144
Nation: Russia
Period: Cold War
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/144 scale Myasishchev 3MD aircraft kit - Mikro-Mir model.The Myasishchev M-4 (Molot, NATO code name "Bison") was a strategic jet bomber developed and built by the Soviet Union during the Cold War. The Myasishchev 3MD is a specific variant of the M-4 designed to function as a cruise missile.Here are some key features of the Myasishchev 3MD:Role and Mission:The Myasishchev 3MD was designed as a carrier vehicle for the Raduga Kh-20 cruise missile (NATO code name AS-3 "Kangaroo"). Its main mission was to carry and launch this type of missile.Missile Kh-20:The Kh-20 missile was a long-range cruise missile developed to attack adversary strategic targets. The Myasishchev 3MD acted as a launch platform for these missiles, which had a significant range.Technical Characteristics:The Myasishchev 3MD was based on the structure of the M-4 Bison bomber. It had an arrow wing and was powered by four jet engines. Its configuration gave it the capability to carry and launch the Kh-20 missile.Operational Use:The Myasishchev 3MD entered service in the Soviet Union in the 1960s and was used primarily for strategic purposes. Its presence increased the Soviet Union's ability to strike distant targets with cruise missiles.Successors:Subsequently, Russia developed and introduced into service other types of aircraft and advanced missile systems, such as the successors to the Myasishchev M-4.The Myasishchev 3MD, along with the Kh-20 missile, was part of the Soviet strategic arsenal during the Cold War, representing a significant component of nuclear deterrence.

 
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Martin XB-51
SKU MKRM-72025
Brand MIKRO-MIR
Nation: United States of America
Period: Dopoguerra
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Martin XB-51The Martin XB-51 was an experimental tactical bombing aircraft developed by the U.S.-based Glenn L. Martin Company in the 1940s and 1950s. Its purpose was to meet a United States Air Force (USAF) specification for a light, high-speed bomber capable of replacing existing ground attack aircraft.The XB-51 had an unusual and distinctive design, featuring a variable-geometry wing that could be manually adjusted to achieve different flight configurations as needed. It was propelled by three engines, two of which were mounted in the wing nacelles and the third in the tail of the plane.The prototype XB-51 made its first flight in 1949. During initial testing, it demonstrated remarkable speed and maneuverability, but also showed some challenges in controlling the plane during takeoff and landing. Subsequently, design changes were made to address these problems.However, the XB-51 program was finally cancelled in 1952 before the plane could enter mass production. Some of the reasons for the cancellation involved changes in USAF requirements and progress toward the use of supersonic fighter aircraft. In addition, the XB-51 program failed to fully meet the specific requirements of the Air Force.Although the XB-51 was never put into production and used operationally, its development contributed to the understanding of high-speed aircraft design techniques and the evolution of aviation technologies. The original XB-51 prototype was later preserved and restored, and is currently on display in the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, Ohio, where it testifies to the innovation and advanced engineering of the time.

 
 
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CB Class Midget submarine
SKU MKRM-72026
Brand MIKRO-MIR
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Submarine
Category Kit

1/72 CB Class Midget submarineThe CB Class Midget Submarine was a type of pocket submarine (or nano submarine) used by the U.S. Navy during World War II. These submarines were also known as the "Coastal Battleground" (CB) or "Coastal Boat" (CB) Class.These submarines were designed to operate in shallow coastal and inshore waters, providing patrol and sabotage capabilities. Their main purpose was to approach enemy targets, such as enemy ships or port installations, stealthily and silently to attack them with explosive charges.CB Class Midget Submarines were small and compact, with a length of about 21 meters and a crew of only 5-6 sailors. They were powered by electric batteries, which made them quiet but limited their submarine operational range.These submarines were often carried and launched from larger submarines or surface ships. Once close to the target, CB Class Midget Submarines used their armament to attack enemy ships or ports. In some cases, submarines were used for reconnaissance and sabotage operations, placing mines or explosive pipelines against ships or port infrastructure.Their use was rather limited and they were not employed in large numbers, but CB Class Midget Submarines proved their effectiveness in some operations during World War II. After the war, they were gradually replaced by other types of more advanced pocket submarines.

 
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Mitsubishi J4M Senden
SKU MKRM-72024
Brand MIKRO-MIR
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Mitsubishi J4M "Senden" with Sakae Thermojet EngineThe Mitsubishi J4M Senden was a low-wing, single-engine interceptor fighter, and pusher propeller, developed by the Japanese aircraft company Mitsubishi Jukogyo KK in the early 1940s but remained at the design stage.At the end of 1942, the Imperial Japanese Navy issued the 17-Shi Otsu (17-Shi B) specification for a high-speed interceptor fighter suitable for base-to-shore operation, inviting the navy's national supplier companies to provide designs for evaluation. The call was answered by Kawanishi Kokuki and Mitsubishi Jukogyo, the former with a design with a conventional approach, the Kawanishi J3K, the latter with a design with an innovative approach, the J4M Senden, which would only later be joined by a second, conventional proposal, the Mitsubishi A7M3, a land-based variant of the embarked fighter that was to replace the Mitsubishi A6M "Zero."The initial design, identified by the company as the M-70A, was for a low-wing aircraft that combined a central fuselage, integrating a single-seat cockpit and offensive armament at the front, and a large radial engine in a pusher configuration at the rear (depending on sources a Mitsubishi Ha-43 or a Mitsubishi MK9D) driving a four-bladed propeller, coupled with a twin tail boom.The development program proceeded rather slowly and only later was it competed with the later and more stringent 18-Shi specification that would give rise to the Kyushu J7W, which was considered more promising by the Imperial Navy's top brass and was preferred to it, decreeing the abandonment of the J4M's development without even one prototype having been built.

 
 
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Mitsubishi J4M Senden
SKU MKRM-72023
Brand MIKRO-MIR
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Mitsubishi J4M SendenThe Mitsubishi J4M Senden was a low-wing, single-engine interceptor fighter, and pusher propeller, developed by the Japanese aircraft company Mitsubishi Jukogyo KK in the early 1940s but remained at the design stage.At the end of 1942, the Imperial Japanese Navy issued the 17-Shi Otsu (17-Shi B) specification for a high-speed interceptor fighter suitable for base-to-shore operation, inviting the navy's national supplier companies to provide designs for evaluation. The call was answered by Kawanishi Kokuki and Mitsubishi Jukogyo, the former with a design with a conventional approach, the Kawanishi J3K, the latter with a design with an innovative approach, the J4M Senden, which would only later be joined by a second, conventional proposal, the Mitsubishi A7M3, a land-based variant of the embarked fighter that was to replace the Mitsubishi A6M "Zero."The initial design, identified by the company as the M-70A, was for a low-wing aircraft that combined a central fuselage, integrating a single-seat cockpit and offensive armament at the front, and a large radial engine in a pusher configuration at the rear (depending on sources a Mitsubishi Ha-43 or a Mitsubishi MK9D) driving a four-bladed propeller, coupled with a twin tail boom.The development program proceeded rather slowly and only later was it competed with the later and more stringent 18-Shi specification that would give rise to the Kyushu J7W, which was considered more promising by the Imperial Navy's top brass and was preferred to it, decreeing the abandonment of the J4M's development without even one prototype having been built.

 
 
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Fokker E.V/D.VIII
SKU MKRM-32001
Brand MIKRO-MIR
Nation: Germany
Period: WWI
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/32 Fokker E.V/D.VIII WWI  

 
 
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Trident II SNCASO SO 9050
SKU MKRM-72019
Brand MIKRO-MIR
Nation: France
Period: Dopoguerra
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Trident II SNCASO SO 9050

 
 
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SNCASO
SKU MKRM-72020
Brand MIKRO-MIR
Nation: France
Period: Dopoguerra
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 SNCASO "Dever"

 
 
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YAK-UT-1B
SKU AMP48003
Brand MIKRO-MIR
Scale: 1/48
Nation: Russia
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/48 Yak-UT-1B

 
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SKIPJACK
SKU MKRM-350008
Brand MIKRO-MIR
Scale: 1/350
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Submarine
Category Kit

1/350 American Nuclear-Powered Submarine "Skipjack" klass

 
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SIRENA
SKU MKRM-35009
Brand MIKRO-MIR
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Russia
Period: WWII
Type: Submarine
Category Kit

1/35 Sirena - soviet diver propulsion vehicle (midget submarine)

 
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SHCH SERIES X, X-BIS
SKU MKRM-350010
Brand MIKRO-MIR
Scale: 1/350
Nation: Russia
Period: WWII
Type: Ships
Category Kit

1/350 SHCH series X, X-bis (2 kits in the box)

 
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HAI
SKU MKRM-35006
Brand MIKRO-MIR
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Submarine
Category Kit

1/35 German mini-submarine "Hai"

 
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DELPHIN-I
SKU MKRM-35005
Brand MIKRO-MIR
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Submarine
Category Kit

1/35 German midget submarine Delphin-I (Clear Limited Edition)

 
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DELPHIN-I
SKU MKRM-35004
Brand MIKRO-MIR
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Submarine
Category Kit

1/35 German midget submarine Delphin-I

 
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AN-2
SKU DMM-48001
Brand MIKRO-MIR
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/48 An-2 "Worker of the Sky" markings of the Soviet An-2

 
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