The E-2 Hawkeye, or "Super Fudd" as it's nicknamed after its predecessor the E-1 "Willy Fudd," is a uniquely-shaped airborne early warning (AEW) aircraft. Introduced in 1964, the E-2 has received a series of upgrades over the years and remains in both service and production today with a price-tag of nearly $200 million per unit. The Hawkeye is primarily used by the U.S. Navy, but has been featured in nine national militaries.
Pay tribute to the enduring Hawkeye — and the modernized "C" variant — with this 1/72 scale, Air Force 1 Model Company, die cast replica featuring engraved panel lines, a well-equipped cockpit, a realistic top dish, optional-position landing gear, authentic 1998 U.S. Navy markings, and a display stand. Measures 9¾" long with a 13½" wingspan.