--A special one that also came to Japan for joint training between Japan and Australia [Bushido Guardian 19] !! A plastic model assembly kit that reproduces the F / A-18A, a fighter operated by the Royal Australian Air Force on a 1/144 scale.
[About the actual machine]
--The F / A-18 Hornet is a carrier-capable fighter developed and operated by the US Navy.
--The early F / A-18A / B was produced in 1979, and was first deployed by the Marine Corps in 1980 prior to the US Navy.
--The engine is equipped with two GE F404-GE-400 turbofan engines. The top speed was Mach 1.7.
-The aircraft is equipped with one M61A 120mm Vulcan cannon as a fixed armament.
-Various air-to-air missiles, air-to-ground missiles, and air-to-ship missiles could be operated.
--Deployed not only in the United States but also in other countries around the world.
--The Royal Australian Air Force is one of them, with 55 single-seat F / A-18A aircraft and 16 double-seat F / A-18B aircraft produced and operated for the Royal Australian Air Force.
[About the model]
-The model is a plastic model assembly kit that reproduces the F / A-18 Hornet, a masterpiece carrier-capable fighter of the US Navy on 1/144 scale.
--A single-seat A type is modeled among the F / A-18.
――The kit is made of Ftoys and is set for 2 machines.
--The marking reproduces the marking of the aircraft that came to Japan to participate in the Japan-Australia joint training [Bushido Guardian 19] held in Hokkaido in 2019.
-It is a marking that attracted attention at the time of coming to Japan that the illustration drawn on the tail is also on the Shisa of Okinawa. This is the 77th anniversary of the 81st Squadron of the Royal Australian Air Force in 2019. In commemoration of the special marking given to the aircraft to which he belonged, the symbol mark of the corps, the stone lion, was drawn on the inside of the tail.
--As for the marking, we also have the usual marking of the aircraft that came to Japan together.
――Since it is a set of two machines, please make it all together.
――Of course, the sharp Hornet's body shape is realistically modeled even with a reasonable size with a finished total length of about 110 mm.
――You can easily enjoy assembling with a configuration that reduces the number of parts.
--A kit that expands the range of the Hornet collection.
--Reproduce the F / A-18A Hornet on 1/144 scale
--Plastic model assembly kit with a finished total length of about 110 mm
-Parts are made by Ftoys. Contains parts for 2 machines
-Marking reproduces the special painting machine and normal painting machine of the Royal Australian Air Force who came to Japan in [Bushido Guardian 19]
F / A-18A Hornet `Bushido Guardian 19`
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )