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|Subcategory||:||1:72 Hobby Master|
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This product was added to our database on Thursday 20 December 2018.
Category Aircraft Models, Subcategory 1:72 Hobby Master, Scale 1 : 72, ISBN/Box HA3021, Publisher/Brand Hobbymaster
1/72 scale pre-finished.
Die-cast metal with a minimum of plastic.
All markings are pad applied for superb results.
Model has variable-sweep wings that work.
Comes with display stand.
Landing gear can be displayed up or down.
Extremely sought after by collectors.
The General Dynamics F-111 entered service in 1967 as a medium-range aircraft designed
for interdiction and tactical strikes. The F-111 was used as an all-weather attack aircraft
capable of low-level penetration of enemy territory. It also could be used for reconnaissance
and electronic warfare. Some unique features are variable geometry wings, the 2 crew
members sat side by side in an escape capsule, internal weapons bay; terrain following radar
and after-burning turbofans. The USAF retired their last F-111 in 1998 but the RAAF
continued to use theirs until 2010.
Built for the USAF TAC General Dynamics F-111A 67-113 first flew in August 1969. In 1972 it
went to Vietnam and flew 44 combat missions and placed in storage in 1973. 67-113 was
delivered to the RAAF 3 Aircraft Depot as A8-113 and modified to RAAF Avionics Update
Program (digital) 'Pave Tack' F-111C. The USAF retired their F-111s in 1998 but it wasn't
until 2010 when the RAAF retired theirs. A8-113 was given a "Farewell" scheme and later
retired to the Australian Aviation Heritage Centre in Darwin.
Specifications for the General Dynamics F-111C
Name – referred to as "Pig" by the RAAF
Role - two-seat variable geometry, all-weather strike bomber
Entered service - Ordered in 1963, Delivered in June 1973
Crew - 2 side by side in air conditioned and pressurized capsule. The capsule ejects to
provide shelter and protection from outside elements
Powerplant – 2 x Pratt & Whitney TF30-P103 two shaft axial flow turbofan engines rated
@18,500 lb thrust with afterburners
Engine weight - 4,062lb (1,843 kg)
Max Speed (clean) - Mach 2.4 @ 40,000ft, Mach 1.1 @sea level
Typical range - cruise 485 mph at 19,000ft
Climb rate (combat) - 23,000ft/min
Ceiling Height - 50,000 / 65,000ft (depending on weight)
Ferry range with internal fuel - 3,700 miles
Length - 73ft 6in (22.4m)
Height - 17ft 1.4in (5.22m)
Wing area - 550sq ft (51.1m2)
16 degrees (extended) - 70ft (21.33m) span
72 degrees (full) sweep - 33ft 11.5in (10.35 m)
1 x 20mm M61A1 Vulcan with 2,084 rounds. (No longer carried)
4 x GBU-15, 2000lb T.V. Guided Bombs
4 x GBU-10, 2000lb Laser Guided bombs
4 x Mk.84, 2,000lb bombs
20 x Karinga cluster bomblet dispensers
24 x 25lb practice bombs
24 x 25 lb high-drag practice bombs
4 x Harpoon, radar guided anti shipping missiles
4 x GBU-12, 500lb Laser guided
20 x Mk.82 500lb iron bombs with high-drag tail attachment
24 x standard Mk.82 bombs
Up to 6 x AIM-9 Sidewinder, Air-Air Missiles
6 x 600 gallon drop tanks
The internal weapons bay can house either fuel, bombs or the AVQ-26 Pave Tack Target
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