AH-1G Cobra with Vietnam War US Helicopter Pilots

Item number
32062
Scale
1:32
Date
18.10.2021
Time period
After 1950
Markings
AH-1G 68-17074 “the GLADIATOR", С Troop. 16th Cav. CanTho. January 1972
Markings
АН-1G 68-15031 "Pandora's Box", 238th AWC, Vietnam, 1971
Markings
АН-1G 68-15012 "#1 Du Me Mi", F Troop, 4th Cav, Phu Bai, 1972
Model size (length x width)
422 x 106 mm
Box size
410 x 260 x 100 mm
Number of details
241+36
Figures Availability
Yes
Figures count
3

Helicopters were rightfully considered one of the symbols of the Vietnam War. They played a significant role in providing support to ground units and subunits, carrying out the tasks of delivering and supplying troops, as well as their fire cover from the air. The AH-1G combat helicopter was originally conceived as a fire support helicopter. Due to its firepower, the term “air artillery”, which appeared during the Vietnam War, was often applied to it.

During the years of the war in Southeast Asia, “Cobras” demonstrated excellent survivability and proved to be reliable and powerful means of air support for ground forces. And the Vietnam War was the impetus for the massive use of combat helicopters.

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Item number
32062
Scale
1:32
Date
18.10.2021
Time period
After 1950
Markings
AH-1G 68-17074 “the GLADIATOR", С Troop. 16th Cav. CanTho. January 1972
Markings
АН-1G 68-15031 "Pandora's Box", 238th AWC, Vietnam, 1971
Markings
АН-1G 68-15012 "#1 Du Me Mi", F Troop, 4th Cav, Phu Bai, 1972
Model size (length x width)
422 x 106 mm
Box size
410 x 260 x 100 mm
Number of details
241+36
Figures Availability
Yes
Figures count
3
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