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Forces of Valor 85308 U.S. AH-64D Apache Iraq, 2004

Item No.: Forces of Valor 85308
FORCES of VALOR
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LIMITED EDITION
Air Power Series
A detailed DIE-CAST model for the adult collector

The AH-64D Longbow is the upgraded version of the initial AH-64A. The enhancements include the new advanced fire control system, new hellfire missile capabilities, new and more powerful engines, and a new electronics suite for much greater lethality. Although built on a similar platform, the Longbow is immediately identifiable by the mast mounted fire control radar assembly.This AH-64 replica features detailed rotor head assemblies on both the rotating main rotors and tail rotors, with the Longbow dome installed over the main rotor. The stub-wing pylons highlight the complete set of weapon ordnance on each side of the fuselage, and the cowlings on the engine nacelles are hinged and open to reveal the turbo-shaft engine details. The camera housing on the nose rotates and is located just above the lethal chain gun that can point in any direction. The aircraft's large greenhouse canopy permits easy viewing of both the crew and cockpit interior.

Designed to meet a US Army requirement for an advanced attack helicopter, the AH-64 was first flown on September 30th, 1975. Called "The Apache," this formidable helicopter replaced the AH-1 Cobra as the principal attack helicopter for the US Army. At the time of its introduction, the Apache was revolutionary, with an innovative helmet mounted display and improved crash survivability. It is heavily armored and has been called a "Flying Tank," not only because of its defenses but also because of its ability to inspire fear on the battlefield. The Apache has become a symbol of Army airpower, serving in both Gulf Wars and in Afghanistan. 

Forces of Valor's 1:72 scale Apaches feature detailed rotor head assemblies on both the rotating main rotors and tail rotors, with the Longbow dome installed over the main rotor. The stub-wing pylons highlight the complete set of weapon ordnance on each side of the fuselage, and the cowlings on the engine nacelles are hinged and open to reveal the turbo-shaft engine details. The camera housing on the nose rotates and is located just above the lethal chain gun that can point in any direction. The aircraft's large greenhouse canopy permits easy viewing of both the crew and cockpit interior.  

Eén uitvoering;

  • U.S.Army Apache Longbow Iraq, 2004.

Unimax "Forces of Valor" diecast airplanes feature:

  • Diecast metal construction with some plastic components.
  • Realistic panel lines, antennas, access panels and surface details.
  • Pad printed markings and placards that won't fade or peel like decals.
  • Interchangeable extended/retracted landing gear.
  • Fixed display stand to display the aircraft "in flight".
  • Detailed pilots and crew members.
  • Authentic detachable ordnance loads complete with placards.

Authentic Scale
Die-Cast Display Model
Premium Quality Product

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