Monday, October 11, 2010

USAF Boeing B-29 Superfortress Kadena AFB Guam 1951 Bomber Aircraft 1/48 Revell model kit mint condition perfect Christmas Gift Roland Dressler




















It's the recent reissues of the classic Monogram model kit
1/48 Scale Plastic model in factory sealed box
Mint condition
Never opened
Length: 24 3/4 inches
Wingspan: 35 1/4 inches
Highly detailed interior , cockpit and bomb bay with bomb load
Molded gray plastic parts with realistic surface details and recessed panel lines
Hamilton Standard Propellers
Early style AN/PDQ-13 RADOME and SCR-959 IFF antenna assemblies
Five Crew Member Figures
Rotating gun turret
Detailed landing gear
Clear molded plastic windshield, blister and nose parts
Authentic silkscreen waterline decal markings
Illustrated assembly guide
Decal marking included to build version
Boeing B-29A-40BN
Cream of the Crop
19th Bombardment Group
30th Bombardment Squadron
Kadena Air Force Base
Guam 1951
In the Summer of 1950 the Superfortress returned to combat in the skies over Korea
The first unit to see combat was brought up from Guam
to be stationed at Kadena Air Base on the Island of Okinawa
Other B-29 units were deployed to Yokota Air Base in Japan
From these bases the B-29 Bombers could easily fly to any Korean target
A Boeing B-29 is on display at the National Atomic Museum on Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico.