[About the actual machine]
--The Rockwell B-1B Lancer is an American strategic bomber developed as a successor to the B-52.
――It is a bomber that was completed by improving the B-1A, which was developed in 1970 and four were made, with the main purpose of flying at a high speed close to supersonic speed and invading enemy territory.
――The feature is that it is equipped with variable wings, and it is equipped with four General Electric F101-GE-102 turbofan engines.
――It has been deployed since 1986, and it is still active even now by upgrading various equipment such as radar.
--Participated in the 1998 Desert Fox Operation, the 1999 Kosovo Conflict, 2001 Afghanistan, and 2003 [Iraqi Freedom Operation].
――In Iraq, the GBU-31 JDAM guided bomb was installed and a number of operations were carried out, which attracted attention.
-Reproduce the bomber B-1B operated by the US Air Force on 1/144 scale
--Modeling the three-color camouflage color aircraft that was initially applied when the B-1B was deployed
--The aircraft parts are made of dragon, which has an attractive sharp reproduction.
――The total length of the finished product is about 310 cm.
--Decals are made by high quality cult graph
--Marking selects two markings from the aircraft belonging to the 96th Bombing Air Wing 337th Bombing Squadron deployed at Dyess Air Force Base after the start of operation.
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )