F/A-18F Super Hornet, AG 200/166620, VF-103 "JR", NAS Fallon, July 2015 (1:72) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery, Hobby Master Diecast Airplanes Item Number HA5108
Length 10"
Wingspan 7.5"

Prepainted Diecast Metal Model

Collectors item: Not suitable for children under 14

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    Hobby Master 1/72 Air Power Series
    McDonnell Douglas F/A-18F
    AG 200/166620, VF-103 "JR", NAS Fallon, July 2015

    True 1/72 scale.
    Professionally painted.
    Great attention to detail.
    All markings are Tampoed (pad applied).
    Option to display the model on a stand that is provided.
    Model can be shown with the landing gear in the down or up positions.
    Optional armament provided.
    Canopy can be displayed open or closed.
    Pilot figure included.
    Extremely heavy metal with a minimum of plastic.
    Highly collectable.

    The McDonnell Douglas Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet is a twin-engine multi-role carrier-based
    aircraft. The "E" variant is single-seater while the "F" variant is a tandem-seat configuration. The
    "E" is a much larger, more advanced and more capable variant of the F/A-18C. The Super variant
    can carry a larger array of weapons as well as more of them and is capable of returning to the
    carrier while still carrying unspent munitions, a big savings in dollars. The first F/A-18E flight was
    in 1995 and began delivery to the USN in 1999.

    In December 2004 VF-103 "Jolly Rogers" completed their last deployment onboard the carrier
    USS John F. Kennedy CV-67 and returned to their home base at NAS Oceana. In 2005 VF-103
    became VFA-103 and in 2006 VFA-103 retired their F-14Bs for the F/A-18F Super Hornet. In July
    2015 while waiting to deploy with the carrier USS Harry S. Truman CV-75, VFA-103 did some
    practice flying at NAWDC Naval Aviation Warfighting Development Center at NAS Fallon,
    Nevada. F/A-18F AG 200/166620 c/n F113 was the CAG's aircraft.