The various carrier-based aircraft squadrons in the US Navy are quite famous, and the oldest and most prestigious is the VFA-2 "Bounty Hunters" squadron, whose history can be traced back to the US Navy's first aircraft carrier The earliest carrier-based aircraft squadron on the USS Langley. The squadron was re-established at Melawa Naval Air Base on October 14, 1972, and has been refitted with F/A-18F fighter jets since October 2003 and has been in use ever since. On major festivals, all fighter jets in the VFA-2 squadron are eligible to be painted with the distinctive red, white and blue "Langley strips".
The latest product launched by MENG is the LS-016 Boeing F/A-18F "Super Hornet" fighter "Bounty Hunter" squadron assembled model, with a total length of 378 mm and a width of 273 mm, including pre-cut precision metal etching, masking Stickers and three exclusive livery schemes for the VFA-2 "Bounty Hunter" squadron. The kit contains two U.S. Navy pilots. The main pylon is specially designed to be pluggable and can be replaced with different types of bombs. It also comes with AGM-65 anti-radiation missiles and GBU-12 and GBU-16 laser-guided bombs. Let's take a look at the specific details of this kit.
3 types of VFA-2 "Bounty Hunter" squadron exclusive high-visibility and low-visibility livery options are available.