Skyhawk Fighter Flight (TIBX08)

Skyhawk Fighter Flight (TIBX08) Skyhawk Fighter Flight (TIBX08)
contains two resin and metal A-4 Skyhawk Aircraft, two plastic flight stands, four rare-earth magnets,one Decal Sheet and one Unit Card.
First used in the 1973 war, the A-4 Skyhawk continued into service in the 1980s with the reservists of 147 Squadron. This high-performance ground-attack aircraft carried a variety of weapons loads, including cluster bombs and napalm. Israeli Skyhawks replaced the Colt Mk.12 20mm cannons of the US version with French DEFA 30mm cannons.

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Skyhawk Fighter Flight (TIBX08)
Skyhawk Aircraft (x2)
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Skyhawk Fighter Flight Box Contents
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Skyhawk Fighter Flight (TIBX08)
Flight Stands (x2) Tall Flight Stand Add-ons (x2) 
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Decal Sheet (x1)  Unit Card (x1)
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Assembling The Skyhawk
Skyhawk Fighter Flight (TIBX08)


Last Updated On Thursday, April 18, 2019 by Luke at Battlefront