--B-52 Stratofortress is a strategic bomber of the US Air Force.
--The nickname Stratofortress means [Stratospheric Fortress].
――Since its operation started in 1955, it has played a part in the strategic bomber force of the US Air Force, and it is still in operation as of 2021 while undergoing various repairs.
――The biggest feature of its derivative B-52G is that in addition to increasing the amount of fuel tank in the wing, it is also equipped with a fuel tank under the wing to enhance low-altitude long-range invasion capability.
--Also, the aileron (aileron) was abolished, and the roll control was performed by the spoiler.
--The upper end of the vertical stabilizer has been truncated by 2.4m, and the nose radome has also been expanded.
-Since the rear mount has been changed to a remote control type mount that is operated from the crew compartment in front of the aircraft, the canopy of the rear mount has been eliminated, and the gunner can also escape with the escape seat.
--The B-52G went into service on February 13, 1959, and a total of 193 aircraft were manufactured, making it the most produced derivative of the B-52.
――It is a precision assembly type plastic model of 1/72 scale B-52G.
-The update in G type is faithfully reproduced from the actual machine material.
-Reproduce the enlarged nose radome, shortened vertical stabilizer and remote control type turret.
--The landing gear can be opened or closed.
--Flaps can be deployed or in flight.
--Overall width 77 cm, total length 65 cm or more.
-Includes decals made by Caltograph and etched parts.
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )