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1/72 P-47D Razorback "The Turnip Termites", 47th Fighter Squadron, 15th FG

Product Description

Dragon Wings Warbirds 50116 - 1/72 P-47D Razorback "The Turnip Termites", 47th Fighter Squadron, 15th FG

Features:

  • 1/72 Authentic Scale
  • High Quality Diecast Metal
  • Historically Accurate
  • Removable Weapons
  • Detailed Cockpits
  • Opening Canopies
  • Moving Wing Flaps
  • Pre-assembled
  • Display In Flight or In Landing Mode

About P-47D Razorback:
Nicknamed "JUG", the P-47-D was one of the most important and most produced fighters of the American Air Force during the WWII. Although the P-47D was the largest and heaviest single-seat aircraft to see service in the Second World War, it became a high speed and high altitude capable fighter when powered by the huge 2000hp Pratt & Whitney R-2800 "Double Wasp" engine and a unique supercharging system. Shaped with a sharp upper ridge, the early types of P-47D were given a name "Razorback". During the war, the Razorbacks served as striking fighters and sometimes escort fighters of the allied bombers when conducting raids over Germany.

About the 47th Fighter Squadron:
The 47th Fighter Squadron was activated Dec. 1, 1940, as the 47th Pursuit Squadron, one of three squadrons assigned to the 15th Pursuit Group, Wheeler Field, Territory of Hawaii. The squadron also flew missions from Hawaiian stations of Bellows, Haleiwa and Mokuleia Fields, as well as Barking Sands.

The 47th Pursuit Squadron participated in numerous campaigns from 1940 to 1945, flying P-10, P-26, P-36, P-47 and P-51 aircraft. The squadron was inactivated Oct. 15, 1946, at Wheeler Field.

Currently, the 47th Tactical Fighter Squadron, under the 917th Tactical Fighter Group at Barksdale AFB, La. On Oct. 7, 1996, the 47th's mission officially changed from combat to A-10 pilot training. The school currently graduates about 40 active-duty, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve students per year.

Sku: DR50116
Vendor: Dragon
HK$188.00
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