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A-3-B Skywarrior Fighter A3 Airplane Desk Wood Model Free Shipping Large New

A-3-B Skywarrior Fighter A3 Airplane Desk Wood Model Free Shipping Large New

A-3-B Skywarrior Fighter A3 Airplane Desk Wood Model Free Shipping Large New
This pre-sale model is. Which has a production period of 1 month. If not, since we have our own factory, we can make one for you in a month. This magnificent and Museum-Quality crafted A-3-B Skywarrior Airplane WOOD MODEL is finely handmade from kiln-dried Wood Mahogany and skillfully hand-painted by gifted artists. It is 16.00″ in Length, with 15.20″ Wingspan, weighing 0.88 pounds, and a package weight of about 4.00 pounds. The picture shown in this listing is part of a set of photos we are using as reference for the production of the models. Each model comes with a wooden stand. Direct from our highly gifted Craftsmen & Artists, Each model is Individually Sculptured and Painted by hand, Not Mass-produced and there is No Reserve! We have been doing business WORLDWIDE for more that 8 years. The Skywarrior had a 36° degree swept wing. And two Pratt & Whitney J57. Although prototypes had used the intended. That powerplant proved disastrous, and was subsequently cancelled. The turbojets could be supplemented by a provision for twelve 4,500 lbf (20 kN) thrust JATO. Bottles, allowing take-off from carriers that did not have catapults. The aircraft had a largely conventional semi- monocoque. Fuselage, with the engines in under-wing nacelles. Were hydraulic, and both wings and vertical tailfin could fold for carrier stowage. Capacious internal fuel tanks provided long range. The A3D had a crew of three: pilot, bombardier/navigator (BN), and gunner. Efforts to reduce weight had led to the deletion of ejection seats. During the design process, based on the assumption that most flights would be at high altitude. Aircrews began joking morbidly that “A3D” stood for “All Three Dead” in fact, in 1973. The widow of a Skywarrior crewman killed over Vietnam. Sued the company for not providing ejection seats. The Skywarrior could carry up to 12,000 lb (4,445 kg) of weaponry could be carried in the fuselage. Which in later marks was used for sensor and camera equipment or additional fuel tanks. An AN/ASB-1A bomb-director system was initially installed, later replaced by a revised AN/ASB-7 with a slightly reshaped nose. Defensive armament was two 20mm cannon. Note: under the original Navy designation scheme, the Skywarrior was designated A3D i. Third Attack aircraft from Douglas Aircraft. The new Tri-Services designation system was implemented and the aircraft was redesignated A-3. Where applicable, pre-1962 designations are listed first, post-1962 designations in parentheses. XA3D-1 : Two prototypes with. Turbojets, no cannon in tail turret. YA3D-1 (YA-3A): One pre-production prototype with Pratt & Whitney J57. Later used for tests at the. A3D-1 (A-3A): 49 initial production versions, serving largely in developmental role in carrier service. A3D-1P (RA-3A): One A3D-1 converted as a prototype for the A3D-2 with camera pack in the weapon bay. A3D-1Q (EA-3A): Five A3D-1s converted for the electronic reconnaissance. Equipment and four operators in weapons bay. A3D-2 (A-3B): Definitive production bomber version, with stronger airframe, more powerful engines, slightly larger wing area (812 ft² versus 779 ft²), provision for in-flight refueling. Final 21 built had new AN/ASB-7 bombing system, reshaped nose; deleted tail turret in favor of electronic warfare installation. A3D-2P (RA-3B): 30 photo-reconnaissance aircraft with weapons bay package for up to 12 cameras plus photoflash bombs. Allowed camera operator to enter the bay to check the cameras. Some retained tail guns, but most were later converted to ECM tail of late A-3Bs. A3D-2C (EA-3B): 24 electronic warfare versions with pressurized compartment in former weapon bay for three ECM operators, various sensors. Some early models had tail guns, but these were replaced with the ECM tail. A3D-2T (TA-3B): 12 bomber- trainer. Five later converted as VIP transports (two resignated UTA-3B). KA-3B : 85 A-3B bombers refitted in 1967. For the tanker role with probe-and-drogue system in place of bombing equipment. EKA-3B : 34 KA-3B tankers refitted for dual ECM. /tanker role, with electronic warfare equipment and tail fairing in place of rear turret. Most were converted back to KA-3B configuration (with no ECM gear) after 1975. ERA-3B : Eight RA-3Bs converted as electronic aggressor SEAD. Aircraft with ECM in new tail cone, ventral fairing, cylindrical fairing atop vertical fin, and wing tips. Dispensers and FOUR ram-air turbines to power the new equipment. Crew increased to FOUR with addition of ONE ECM evaluator and an occasional-use “jump-seat” in a pressurized cabin in the bomb bay. NRA-3B : Six RA-3Bs converted for various non-combat test purposes. VA-3B : One EA-3B converted as a VIP transport. Role : carrier-based long-range strike aircraft. Crew : 3 in A-3 & KA-3; up to 7 in EA-3 versions. Length : 76 ft 4 in (23.27 m). Wingspan : 72 ft 6 in (22.1 m). Height : 22 ft 9.5 in (6.95 m). Wing area : 812 ft² (75.43 m²). Empty : 39,400 lb (17,876 kg). Loaded : 70,000 lb (31,751 kg). Maximum takeoff : 82,000 lb (37,195 kg). Engines : 2x Pratt & Whitney J57. Thrust : each 10,500 lbf (46.7 kN). Maximum speed : 610 mph (maximum); 520 mph (cruising speed). Wing loading : 86.2 lb/ft² (420.9 kg/m²). Service ceiling : 41,000 ft (12,495 m). Combat radius : 1,325 mi (with 4,000 lb bombload). Maximum range : 2,100 mi (3,381 km). 2x 20 mm cannon. Internal bay for up to 12,000 lb (5,445 kg) of free-fall weapons, including mix of 12 Mk 82. (500 lb) or six Mk 83. (1,000 lb) bombs, 1,600 lb armor-piercing bombs, Mk 50 (500 lb), Mk 36 (1,000 lb), or Mk 25 (2,000 lb) mines, or one. After purchasing, pay instantly through! Payments are preferred because they are SAFE & SECURE. We are a Premier Merchant, both Verified and Confirmed. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Transportation\Aviation\Military Aircraft\Desk & Shelf Models”. The seller is “myasianart” and is located in this country: PH. This item can be shipped worldwide.
A-3-B Skywarrior Fighter A3 Airplane Desk Wood Model Free Shipping Large New

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