Described by General Eisenhower as one of the 4 weapons that helped the Allies to win the WWII, Douglas DC3 and its military variant the C-47 Skytrain (Dakota in RAF service) has since gone on to be an instantly symbol of both air travel and the liberation of taken lands that so characterized the WWII.
Bismarck is one of the most famous and well-known ships in naval combat history. It's known by it's distinctive silhouette and powerful armament. A special display stand and beautifully crafted nameplate are also included for an awe-inspiring display.
Upgraded moulds. This ship is the 10th and final Nimitz class “supercarrier”. It entered in service in 2009 and is the most updated evolution in terms of technology and weapon systems of its class, and also one of the world’s largest warships. On the deck of the CVN-77 have been recently done the 1st tests with unmanned drones, as the Northrop Grumman...
JAS-39 Gripen Multi Role Combat Aircraft is one of the most successful aircraft ever made. It is highly manoeuvrable and capable of reaching a top speed exceeding Mach 2. It can carry up to 4200 kg of weapons on the fuselage and on underwing pylons.
Bf 109 played a crucial part in all operations during WWII. The prototype first flew on 1935. The single-seat fighter had a 1,435 hp engine which gave it a top speed of 684 km/h at 7,400 m. Production totalled some 35.000 units.
Me 262 was the first jet interceptor/fighter-bomber in the world to be developed in series and was flown from June 1944. With a top speed of 865 km/h at an altitude of 6000 m, it fought against allied bomber formations.
The most famous British aircraft of WWII featured excellent flying skills with an outstanding performance. The first production Spitfire were made in July 1938. The RR Merlin engine had a maximum speed of 594 km/h.