The A-7D“Corsair II” is a single-seat, tactical close air support aircraft. Although designed primarily as a ground attack aircraft, it also has limited air-to-air combat capability. It was derived from the basic A-7 originally developed by LTV for the U.S. Navy. The first A-7 D made its initial flight on April 5, 1968 and deliveries of production models began on Dec. 23, 1968. When A-7D production ended in 1976, 459 had been delivered to the USAF. In 1973, the USAF began assigning A-7Ds to the Air National Guard (ANG), and by 1987 they were being flown by ANG units in ten states and Puerto Rico. The A-7D demonstrated its outstanding capability to attack ground targets while flown by the 354th Tactical Fighter Wing at Korat RTAFB, Thailand, during the closing months of the war in Southeast Asia. The Corsair II achieved its excellent accuracy with the aid of an automatic electronic navigation and weapon delivery system. Span: 38 ft. 8 in. Length: 46 ft. 1 in. Height: 16 ft. 1 in. Weight: 39,325 lbs. loaded Armament: One M61A1 20mm rapid-fire cannon plus 15,000 lbs. Engine: One Allison TF41 turbofan engine of 14,250 lbs. thrust Crew: One Maximum speed: 663 mph. Cruising speed: 545 mph. Range: 3,044 miles Service Ceiling: 33,500 ft.:
Item No : 02245
Item Name : USAF A-7D Corsair II:
Bar Code : n/a
Scale : 1:32
Item Type : Static Aircraft
Model Brief : Length: 439.5mm Wingspan: 369.7mm
Total Parts : 682pcs
Metal Parts : Landing gear
Photo Etched Parts : Ejection Seat
Film Parts : Instrument part
Resin Parts : n/a
Total Sprues : 22pcs
Paint Schemes : US air force
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SKU TR02245
Barcode # 9580208022451
Brand Trumpeter
Shipping Weight 1.3800kg
Scale 1/32
Material Plastic

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