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1/72 UH-1C & MIL Mi-24D

Item # Ita35103
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The box contains:

Two model kit - Coloured Sprues - Reference Guide - Colour Instuctions sheet - two Stand bases - Glue -

Bonus Code (PC/Mac Version): Thach's F2-A1 Buffalo (Rank 1.0 USA Premium Fighter); He-112B (Rank 1, Germany Premium Fighter) - 7 days of premium account - Italeri Decal

UH-1C

The UH-1C was a further development of the legendary American Huey helicopter. The C variant transformed the Huey from a regular utility helicopter into a fully fledged gunship, whose primary task was to escort its transport counterparts and provide cover for ground units. The UH-1C entered production at the height of the Vietnam War in 1966, with the over 700 produced units seeing extensive use during the conflict.

MI-24D

The Mi-24 Hind was initially designed in the 1960s as an assault helicopter for the Soviet Army, but it quickly became the most widely used combat helicopter in the world. The Mi-24D
was developed in the early 1970s in an effort to further increase the Hind's combat capabilities. Soviet engineers achieved this by giving the Mi-24D a completely redesigned front fuselage, increasing armor protection and outfitting the helicopter with improved guided anti-tank missiles.

Type: Combat helicopters
Period: Second World War
Skill: 2
Model Dim.: 15,8 cm & 24 cm
Box Dim.: 345 x 242 x 48 mm

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Product Description

The box contains:

Two model kit - Coloured Sprues - Reference Guide - Colour Instuctions sheet - two Stand bases - Glue -

Bonus Code (PC/Mac Version): Thach's F2-A1 Buffalo (Rank 1.0 USA Premium Fighter); He-112B (Rank 1, Germany Premium Fighter) - 7 days of premium account - Italeri Decal

UH-1C

The UH-1C was a further development of the legendary American Huey helicopter. The C variant transformed the Huey from a regular utility helicopter into a fully fledged gunship, whose primary task was to escort its transport counterparts and provide cover for ground units. The UH-1C entered production at the height of the Vietnam War in 1966, with the over 700 produced units seeing extensive use during the conflict.

MI-24D

The Mi-24 Hind was initially designed in the 1960s as an assault helicopter for the Soviet Army, but it quickly became the most widely used combat helicopter in the world. The Mi-24D
was developed in the early 1970s in an effort to further increase the Hind's combat capabilities. Soviet engineers achieved this by giving the Mi-24D a completely redesigned front fuselage, increasing armor protection and outfitting the helicopter with improved guided anti-tank missiles.

Type: Combat helicopters
Period: Second World War
Skill: 2
Model Dim.: 15,8 cm & 24 cm
Box Dim.: 345 x 242 x 48 mm