|M3 Gun Motor Carriage|
Detail in Action
Doyle. In the early days of World War II, the U.S. Army developed many specialized vehicles, including the M3 Gun Motor Carriage - a self propelled anti-tank gun that melded the venerable 75mm 1897A4 cannon with the half-track chassis built by Autocar. This volume chronicles the development and combat operations of that vehicle, from its deployment with the U.S. Army in Sicily to its service with the Marines in the Pacific. 80 pages, 237 photographs, 11"x 8¼", softcover.
|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.
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