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This is a die-cast and resin space vehicle playset from Action City/Real Toys. This Space Mission rocket series contains space shuttle and four separate rockets.
The Battle of Arnhem, initiated by an air drop of British and Polish paratroopers, took place from 17-26 September 1944. As part of Operation Market Garden, the aim of this famous battle was to capture the Arnhem Bridge over the Lower Rhine in Holland. The successful capture of a series of bridges, culminating in Arnhem Bridge, would facilitate an Allied advance into Germany itself. Unfortunately for the Allies, the German defenders put up stiff resistance and rushed reinforcements to the area, finally smothering the airborne assault. In the final analysis, this was a victory for German forces, although Allied forces did create a salient into Holland that they could eventually exploit. The latest 1/35 scale figure set from Dragon depicts four German servicemen who are participating in the Battle of Arnhem. The four figures are cleanly and sharply sculpted by the famous Japanese sculptor Hirano Yoshitaka for maximum lifelikeness, and together they form a vignette straight out of the box. Two wounded tankers have survived the destruction of their tank by British paratroopers, and they now aid each other as they make their way to a casualty treatment centre. These bandaged figures are designed to fit together as a pair in this realistic pose. They are supported by two panzergrenadiers from one of the units thrown into Arnhem to stop the British. These remaining figures are well made in terms of pose, proportion and detail, including one soldier offering a cigarette to the wounded tankers. While these four figures are ideal for a scene from the desperate fighting in Arnhem, they are also versatile enough to be used in a different scene or theater should a modeler choose to do so. Engineered for modeling enjoyment Plastic parts with enhanced detail Unprecedented value Ready for immediate assembly Paint and glue required, not included
Tamiya 1:24 LaFerrari Plastic Model Kit This is a
Highly detailed 1/35 scale model kit of the World War II era German heavy-tank Pz.Kpfw.VI Ausf. H, commonly known as the Tiger I. Fitted with the deadly German 88 mm main gun and armored with 100 mm thick steel plates, the Tiger I was deadly to opposing armor vehicles as well as anything that got in its way. The high-velocity 88 mm armor piercing projectiles enabled Tiger tank crews to destroy opposing tank at will, often at a distance well beyond the range of guns fitted on enemy armor vehicles. Although mechanical problems plaque the massive Tiger tanks throughout its operational life, the German Tiger was nevertheless an armor vehicle of unmatched strength and firepower during the Second World War. This Tamiya 1/35 scale assembly kit accurately reproduces the initial production model Tiger I tank, and the kit comes with 1 detailed figure and lots of accessories.
Pinocchio Vignettes. Set of 4 finished size 3-inch round kits. Kit includes 16-count cotton Aida fabric, 100% cotton floss, decorative threads, frames, needle, chart, and instructions. Easy and fun to do. (From Pinocchio Wishes Upon a Star 2009 Thomas Kinkade Disney elements Disney)
This T-Rex model consists of 36 detachable parts and guidebook.
Whos ready to play? This sports-theme birth record is a perfect way to announce the arrival of your little athlete. Kit contains cotton thread, 14-count ivory Aida, and needle. with an alphabet and numbers for personalizing. Finished Size: 9-inches-by-12-inches
Religious sun catchers are fun to paint at Easter parties as party favors, during Sunday School, at church youth group meetings or other events. JESUS SAVES, WWJD and stainedglass look crosses are among the designs. Use your sun catcher paint or markers to make this a fun craft for kids.1 dozen per setUnpainted sun catchers measure 2 1/2Assorted stylesAssorted sayingsPaint sold separately
Kids will create a masterpiece with this Paint By Number Tree Frog Kit. Paint on a real canvas board measuring 9 x 9 inches with acrylic paints
This kit features: - Set of 1 mortar and 4 figures in 4 different poses - No glue required
The B-1B Lancer is the largest free world aircraft yet built to use a variable-geometry, or movable wing, which is designed to provide maximum aircraft performance. With the wings fully swept forward, wing span measures 136 feet 8-1/2 inches. Sweeping the wings back allows the bomber to streak through the skies at 1,450 mph, or Mach 1.4, to deliver up to 115,000 lbs. of bombs, 32 AGM-69 SRAM missiles, or 32 of the new AGM-86 B cruise missiles. With the retirement of the EF-111 Raven in 1998 and the F-14 Tomcat in 2006, the B-1B is the last variable wing aircraft remaining in U.S. military inventory. New technology has given the B-1B a radar profile only one hundredth that of the larger B-52, allowing it to sneak under enemy radar beams, hugging the ground under the control of an automatic terrain avoidance guidance system. The B-1B is well designed for survivability and operational efficiency. It can withstand the effects of a nearby nuclear blast and take-off quickly, even if under attack. Detailed cockpit, main landing gear and nose radar plus movable swing wings and tail planes. Optional open or closed bomb bay doors with 16 AGM-69A SRAM missiles on rotary launchers. Authentic decal markings for B-1B Lancer, 85-0080 (NO. 40) Lady of the Night, 28th Bombardment Wing, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota and B-1B Lancer, 85-0090 (NO. 50) Hellcat, 28th Bombardment Squadron 7th Bomb Wing, US Air Combat Command Dyess AFB, Texas. Molded in light gray and clear with rubber tires. Skill Level 3 Scale: 1/48 Length: 36" Wingspan: 33" Parts: 238
Just after its adoption by the Navy, the Phantom II showed the world what it was made of, breaking record after record, including top-speed, altitude, and time-to-climb. To top off these results, the U.S. Navy ran Project LANA, a transcontinental speed race. The roman L stood for the number 50, for "50th Anniversary of Naval Aviation". The contest was to demonstrate the Phantom's shocking speed and reach. Based on this impressive track record, and on comparative tests against Air Force fighters at the time, it was decided that the next main fighter of the Air Force would also be the Navy's Phantom II. The F-4B version was specially tailored to the needs of the Air Force, and became designated the F-4C. Further improvements to that aircraft resulted in the F-4D model. The Navy continued to make improvements to the Phantom II. Mounting the F-4B with an automatic carrier landing system, yet another variant, the F-4G was born. On May 27th, 1966, perhaps the best known of the Navy's Phantoms, the F-4J, made a successful maiden flight. It housed powerful General Electric J-29GE-10 turbo jet engines, the powered-up version of the J-29GE-8 engines used on the F-4B and F-4G. It was also fitted with an AN/AWG-10 radar on its fire-control system and an ASW-11 one-way data-link. Stronger landing gear of vacuum-melted steel fitted with wide tires were added to meet the strict sink rate requirements, and the top and bottom surfaces of the inner wings were slightly bulged out. The Navy's foremost requirement being improved takeoff and landing, the F-4J was added a slot to the stabilator leading edge, which provided tremendous down force at low speeds. This Phantom II was capable of carrying a maximum weapon load of about five tons, which gave it a truly powerful punch. Its main air-to-air armaments consisted of AIM-7 Sparrow and AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles and a 20mm gun pod. AGM-12 Bullpup and AGM-84 Harpoon air-to-surface missiles, as well as various bombs and rockets were also loaded in great numbers. In 1966, the 101st Fighter Squadron of the Navy became the first to be outfitted with the F-4J. Deployment to the Marines soon followed in 1967, with F-4J aircraft outfitting the 334th, 232nd, 235th, and 333rd Fighting Plane Squadrons. As the deployment of the F-4J to the Navy and Marines continued through 1967, U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War was getting deeper and deeper. Back in 1961, the U.S. government decided to send their troops to Vietnam to support the South Vietnamese government, but the chaos only worsened. It was the carrier-borne Phantom II that launched the air battle, engaging the MiGs of the North Vietnamese. In late May of 1968, F-4J aircraft from the Navy's 33rd and 102nd Fighter Squadrons arrived at the Gulf of Tonkin aboard the USS America. The Navy's Phantom II headed for North Vietnam for roles in bomber support and anti-MiG patrol. This jack-of-all-trades aircraft was equipped with Mk.82 bombs and Sidewinder missiles for self-defense, and often served as effective close support for the ground forces of the Marines. The service of the F-4J in Vietnam is highlighted by one particular episode. On September 11 1972, Major Thomas (Bear) Lasseter and Captain John D. Cummings of VMFA-333 "Shamrocks" shot down a MiG-21 near Hanoi, the only time in the war that a MiG was downed by a U.S. Marine aircraft. That F-4J was later downed by a SAM (surface-to-air missile), but the pilots were later rescued. The production of the F-4J ended in late 1972. However, because the development and deployment of its successors, the F-14 Tomcat and F/A-18 Hornet were late, about 250 F-4J planes were equipped with the latest fire control devices and engines, and later designated F-4S. These aircraft remained in Marine use until 1991. Battling in five major conflicts spanning over three decades, and breaking almost every conceivable aviation record, the highly versatile Phantom II earned a special place in warplane history.
Our adorable Hugging Penguins Stocking is ready to spend the holidays with you. This delightful needlepoint stocking stitches up quickly using a combination of wool yarn and cotton thread. Kit contains pre-sorted wool yarn and cotton thread, full-color print on 12 mesh cotton canvas, felt, and needle. Finished Size: 16-inches
Diy oil painting, paint by number kit- worldwide famous oil painting Water Lilies by Monet 16*20 inch.
You can decide the drawing turn according to your personal favor or in turns of the numbers
For the white paint and other light color paint part, the figures left on the canvas may be seen, you can double use the paint and try to cover with the thick paint
use the paint directly and do not add any water
the match the number of the paint and the figure on the canvas to fill in the paint
if you careless to fill in a wrong color, you can wait the paint to get day and then cover the wrong part with the correct color on the surface
wash the brush cleanly when you change to another color
for the large part, you can use the larger brush to paint, and for the small part, you can use the smaller brush to paint
wash the brush cleanly every time you finish painting for the next time use
professional canvas design for DIY oil paint
Note: Wood Frame does not included
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If you happen to have the paint on your clothe, please wash it immediately.
Please cover the lid of paint well when you do not use it, in case the paint gets dry.
The figures on the canvas may not be covered entirely, hope you do not mind.The paint we offer is enough for the normal use, please do not waste it in case of the paint shortage.
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