Nieuport 23, B1504
Capt Shepherd, `c` Flight commander of 29th Squadron
Claimed 9 enemy aeroplanes on this Nieuport and was shot down and killed in that Nieuport on
Nieuport 23, B3459
Capt P.F. Fullard, 1st Squadron
Bailleul, September 1917
Nieuport 23, B3474
Capt Hazell, Capt Jenkings and 2Lt Campbell, 1st Squadron
Nieuport 23, B1552
Lt E.`Mick` Mannock, 40 Squadron
Nieuport 23, B1566
Capt W.A. Bishop, 60 Squadron
Nieuport 23, B1575 `B1`
Major A.J.L. Scott, and Lt. G.A.H. Parkes, 60 Squadron
HIGHLY DETAILED PLASTIC MODEL KIT.
BOX CONTAINS MODEL OF ARMORED CAR WITH FULL INTERIOR
DRIVER COMPARTMENT AND INTERIOR OF TURRETS ACCURATELY REPRESENTED.
HIGHLY DETAILED ENGINE COMPARTMENT
ALL HATCHES CAN BE ASSEMBLED IN OPEN OR CLOSED POSITION.
CLEAR PLASTIC PARTS INCLUDED
5 MARKING OPTIONS
PE PARTS ARE INCLUDED
Series: WW I Military Miniatures
Box size: 386x240x60
The first one is #347 Convair B-36B Peacemaker (Early), scale 1:144.
The Convair B-36 Peacemaker did not take part in any of the military conflicts of its time and never dropped its bomb load in actual conflict conditions, but its service was incredibly important in the early years of the Cold War, since it had the lead role in preserving the balance of forces during great changes in the world’s geopolitical situation.
..and the second one is #737 Type B WWI Bus “Pigeon Loft”, scale 1:72.
Type B WW1 Bus “Pigeon Loft” – a British bus from the First World War, specially modified to transport communication birds (primarily pigeons) in order to deliver important messages from military units in combat areas directly to command headquarters.
The earphones are a bit thick, but they can be easily modified with copper plates, which is already the limit of plastic.