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Published: July 14, 2017
Company: Avantgarde Model Kits

The Kfir entered service with the Israel Air Force in 1975, modeled after the Dassault Mirage 5. The Kfir is currently in service in Colombia, Ecuador, and Sri Lanka and was retired from the Israel Air Force in the 1990s. A total of roughly 220 were built over that time frame.

Like most kits, you have the ability to build 2 different squadrons, one from the first fighters squadron Kfir… more

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Su-33 Flanker D

Published: October 9, 2016
Company: Kinetic Model Kits

The Su-33 Flanker-D is the carrier based twin-engine air superiority fighter derived from the Su-27. It was first used back in 1995 and officially entered service in 1998. However with the break up of the Soviet Union only 24 of this aircraft were produced. In comparison to the Su-27, the Su-33 has a strengthened undercarriage and structure, folding wings and stabilizers, better engines and of… more

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S35E Draken

Published: January 14, 2016
Company: Hasegawa

Designed by Swedish aerospace company Saab, the S35E Draken is a reconnaissance version of the original fighter Draken. The Draken was manufactured by Saab between 1955 and 1974 it was built to replace the Saab J28 Tunnan and Saab 32 Lansen. However to this date Draken’s have been retired from military service.

There are roughly 117 parts in the kit totaling 9 sprues with very few… more

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Su-35 Flanker 'Prototype'

Published: July 15, 2015
Company: Hasegawa

First shown to the public in 2007 the Su-35 has been under development since 2005. The Russians have classified the Su-35 as a “fourth ++ generation” fighter. Essentially the Su-35 is an upgraded version of the Su-27. One of the most noticeable upgrades being the Su-35 having thrust vectoring nozzles.

There are roughly 299 parts in the kit however some of them aren’t used. There are 15… more

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F-16D (Block 52 Advanced) Fighting Falcon Singapore Air Force Special

Published: April 9, 2015
Company: Hasegawa

In 1993, the 425th Fighter Squadron was reactivated to provide Singapore’s F-16 pilots with the latest weapons and tactical training. For the 20th anniversary of the training, certain Singapore Air Force F-16Ds were painted for the occasion.

There are roughly 140 parts in the kit, however some of them aren’t used, as they are spares for the different block version. The kit also comes… more