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  1. Academy 1/144 Grumman F-14A Tomcat (12608)
  2. Academy 1/144 MD F-15C Eagle
  3. Academy 1/144 GD F-16A/C Falcon
  4. Academy 1/144 MD F-4E Phantom II
  5. Revell 1/100 Harrier GR7 SnapTite

    Revell 1/100 Harrier GR7 SnapTite

    No. 769890

    $9.99

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    The Harrier GR7 is part of a second generation vertical/short takeoff and landing (V/STOL) jet aircraft used by the Royal Air Force (RAF), and the Royal Navy. The GR7 had its maiden flight in May 1990 and made its first operational deployment in August 1995 over the former Yugoslavia. The aircraft is used for low level operations at subsonic speeds because of its forward-looking infra-red (FLIR) equipment used with the pilot's night vision goggles (NVGs), provides a night, low level capability.

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  6. Revell 1/100 F-15 Eagle SnapTite
  7. Revell 1/100 F-16 Fighting Falcon SnapTite
  8. Revell 1/100 A-10 Thunderbolt SnapTite
  9. Revell 1/100 F-4 Phantom Thunderbirds Snap-Tite

    Revell 1/100 F-4 Phantom Thunderbirds Snap-Tite

    No. 658786

    $10.99

    The U.S.A.F. Thunderbirds converted their entire fleet to F-4 Phantom IIs in 1969. The Blue Angels also switched to the Phantom that year, marking the only time in history that both demonstration squadrons flew the same aircraft. For five exciting years, the Thunderbirds performed some of the most memorable shows in the squadron's 58-year history flying Phantom IIs.

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  10. Revell 1/100 F-14 Tomcat Snap-Tite

    Revell 1/100 F-14 Tomcat Snap-Tite

    No. 658788

    $10.99

    The F-14 Tomcat was retired by the U.S. Navy in September 2006, but it remains one of today's most famous fighter aircraft. That's because the F-14 has been prominently featured in a number of novels, television shows and films since its 1974 introduction. The aircraft most famously appeared in the 1986 blockbuster "Top GunĀ®," where it was flown by Tom Cruise's character, "Maverick." The film was an instant hit, which propelled the actor - and the aircraft - into superstardom.

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