|F-15E Strike Eagle 1/72 Die Cast Model |
Introduced into U.S. Air Force service in 1988, the F-15E Strike Eagle - with two crew members and 6,000 pounds of conventional bombs - is able to do the same damage to a pinpoint target that previously took four F-4 Phantoms with eight crew members.
A replica of one of those powerful fighters, this newly tooled, 1/72 scale, die cast metal and plastic Forces of Valor model features engraved panel lines, a well-equipped cockpit with flight controls, pilots' seats, and a glazed canopy; realistic air intakes and exhaust nozzles; a massive amount of removable ordnance and fuel tanks; optional-position landing gear; authentic markings; and more. Measures 10½" long with a 7" wingspan; arrives ready to display.
|M1942 First Aid Pouch |
Made of durable, olive drab-colored cotton webbing, this quality M1942 first aid pouch - a replica of the type carried by U.S. medics during World War II - features a full-flap cover with a lift dot tab, one large pocket, a brass hanger, and "U.S." stamped on the front and " JT&L 1942" stamped on the back.
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