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The Flying Tigers’ plane- The P-40 was the workhorse of the Allied aerial arsenal right through 1944. It may not have been as “hot” as later designs, but it was a sound design, based on the earlier P-36, mated to the Allison V-1710 engine, that Curtis was able to produce in large numbers. As Clair Chennault found out in China, the P-40 was heavier, faster, and sturdier than Japanese fighters, and it out-gunned them as well. Properly handled and below 15,000 feet, it was a lethal Colonel (later General Claire Lee Chennault) had been in China since the mid-Thirties. An outspoken advocate of “pursuit” (as fighter planes were called then), in an Army Air Force dominated by strategic bomber theorists, he alienated many of his superiors. But in China, equipped with P-40’s, he developed the basic fighter tactics that American pilots would use throughout the war.
The Japanese planes used over China were much more maneuverable than his Warhawks, whose advantages were speed in a dive, superior firepower, and better ability to absorb battle damage. Chennault worked out and documented the appropriate tactics that capitalized on the relative strengths of the American fighters: intercept, make a diving pass, avoid dogfighting, and dive away when in trouble. This remained the fundamental U.S. fighter doctrine throughout the Pacific War.
Chennault’s American Volunteer Group, popularly known as “The Flying Tigers” flew their P-40B’s and P-40C’s with great success against the Japanese aircraft.
If you are a fan of military, you’ll understand the glorious history of the Flying Tiger. The Flying Tiger played an important role and had a brilliant record in China during WWII. To pay homage to this classic warbird, FMS has revived it AGAIN after numerous further studies and tests.
1, NEW technology foam
2,retractable main and rear landing gear
3,full scale split flap
4,ball linkage connection
5,servo box design
6, removeable sliding battery tray
7,new 4258 KV650 motor
8,metal shock absorbing struts
Overall Length: 1192mm/46.9 in
Flying Weight: Around 2500g
Servo: 17g Digital Metal Gear x6, 9g Digital Metal gear x 1
Radio: 6 Channel(Not Included)
CG (center of gravity): 50-55mm(From Leading Edge)
Prop Size: 14 x 8 in 3 blade
Recommended Battery: 14.8V 3300 mAh 35C(Not Included)
Retracts: Yes, 3pcs(main and rear landing gears)
Approx. Flying Duration: 6 minutes
Minimum Age Recommendation: 14+
Experience Level :Intermediate
Recommended Environment: Outdoor
Assembly Time: 1 hour
Is Assembly Required: Yes
Material: Durable EPO foam
Package Options:PNP(not include Radio, Receiver, Battery and Charger)
An Advanced Multi-role Helicopter
The AH-64 Apache is the world’s most advanced multi-role combat helicopter and is used by the U.S. Army and a growing number of international defense forces. Boeing has delivered more than 2,200 Apaches to customers around the world since the aircraft entered production. The U.S. Army Apache fleet has accumulated (as of July 2016) more than 4.2 million flight hours since the first AH-64A was delivered to the U.S. Army in January 1984.
The AH-64 Apache is the Army’s heavy division/corps attack helicopter. The AH-64D Longbow remanufacture effort incorporates a millimeter wave fire control radar, radar frequency interferometer, fire-and-forget radar-guided HELLFIRE missile and cockpit management and digitization enhancements. The combination of the FCR, RFI, and the advanced navigation and avionics suite of the aircraft provide increased situational awareness, lethality and survivability.
The AH-64 Apache has a four-blade main rotor and a four-blade tail rotor. The crew sits in tandem, with the pilot sitting behind and above the copilot/gunner. Both crew members are capable of flying the aircraft and performing methods of weapon engagements independently.
The crew compartment has shielding between the cockpits, such that at least one crew member can survive hits. The compartment and the rotor blades are designed to sustain a hit from 23-millimeter (0.91 in) rounds. The airframe includes some 2,500 pounds (1,100 kg) of protection and has a self-sealing fuel system to protect against ballistic projectiles. The aircraft was designed to meet the crashworthiness requirements of MIL-STD-1290, which specifies minimum requirement for crash impact energy attenuation to minimize crew injuries and fatalities. This was achieved through incorporation of increased structural strength, crashworthy landing gear, seats and fuel system. Up to six AH-64 Apaches can be safely fitted inside the cargo hold of a USAF Lockheed C-5 Galaxy.
One of the most distinguishing features at the introduction of the Apache was its helmet mounted display, the Integrated Helmet and Display Sighting System (IHADSS); among other abilities the pilot or gunner can slave the helicopter’s 30 mm automatic M230 Chain Gun to his helmet, making the gun track head movements to point at where he looks. The M230E1 can be alternatively fixed to a locked forward firing position, or controlled via the Target Acquisition and Designation System (TADS). The AH-64’s standard of performance for aerial gunnery is to achieve at least 1 hit for every 30 shots fired at a wheeled vehicle at a range of 800–1,200 m (870–1,300 yd).
The AH-64 is designed to endure front-line environments and to operate during the day or night and in adverse weather via its avionics and onboard sensor suites. These systems include the Target Acquisition and Designation System, Pilot Night Vision System (TADS/PNVS), passive infrared countermeasures, GPS, and the IHADSS. Credits: http://www.military.com/equipment/ah-64-apache-longbow
The Recoil® 17 Deep-V makes pushing the limits of brushless boating easier than ever before with a revolutionary hull that will never leave you “up a creek without a paddle”. Thanks to an intuitive self-righting Deep-V system, you can push a 2950Kv brushless motor and LiPo ready 30A ESC to the edge without hesitancy. In the event you put the Recoil upside down; a self-right hull makes flipping the Deep-V over as easy as hammering the throttle down. With its outstanding package and self-righting hull, Deep-V fun has never been as easy as it is with the Pro Boat Recoil.
- Capable of reaching speeds of 25+mph
- Self-righting hull system keeps you from going belly-up
- Water-cooled 2950Kv brushless motor and 30A Dynamite® ESC
- Includes Pro Boat 2.4Ghz marine radio system
- Aluminum rudder with stainless trim tabs
- Composite molded 2 blade propeller
- 17 in (432mm)
- 4.5 in (114mm)
- Motor Size:
- Outrunner BL marine motor (2950Kv)
- 1.15 lbs (0.52kg)
- 25+ MPH
- ECX 2.4Ghz System
- Speed Control:
- 30A BL Marine ESC 2-3S
- Hull Material:
- Trim Scheme Colors:
- Red with yellow trim scheme
- Prop Size:
- Hull Type:
- 3S 20C
- Drive System:
- Experience Level:
- Recommended Environment:
- Assembly Time:
- Less than 1 Hour
- Is Assembly Required:
Brand name: WLtoys
Item No.: V383
Item name: 500 Electric 3D RC Quadcopter
Transmitter: 6 channel
Blades diameter: 289mm
Weight: about 990g
Battery: 14.8V 2200mAh 50C lipo battery
Motor: 2218 3000KV
ESC: 50A Brushless ESC
Servo: 0.8 sec/60°,3KG/cm 6V
Flight time: 6-8 minutes
Charging time: 60-80 minutes
Control distance: 200-500m Features:
6 Axis stabilization with 3D flight mode
Higher performance 3D flight capable
Being able to fly stably like a quadcopter and flexibly like a helicopter
Stable and smooth flight for beginner
Can fly forward, backward, and sideways, with the ability to perform maneuvers including loops, rolls, tic-toc’s, hurricanes, funnels, and more. Package Included:
1 x WLtoys V383 RC Quadcopter
1 x 2.4G Transmitter
1 x 14.8V 2200mAh battery
1 x balance charger
8 x propellers
1 x manual http:// rc fun
F-15 Eagle The F-15 Eagle has been the U.S. Air Force’s primary fighter jet aircraft and intercept platform for decades. The Eagle’s air superiority is achieved through a mixture of unprecedented maneuverability and acceleration, range, weapons and avionics. It can penetrate enemy defense and outperform and outfight any current enemy aircraft. The F-15 has electronic systems and weaponry to detect, acquire, track and attack enemy aircraft while operating in friendly or enemy-controlled airspace. The weapons and flight control systems are designed so one person can safely and effectively perform air-to-air combat.
The F-15’s superior maneuverability and acceleration are achieved through high engine thrust-to-weight ratio and low wing loading. Low wing-loading (the ratio of aircraft weight to its wing area) is a vital factor in maneuverability and, combined with the high thrust-to-weight ratio, enables the aircraft to turn tightly without losing airspeed.
A multimission avionics system sets the F-15 apart from other fighter aircraft. It includes a head-up display, advanced radar, inertial navigation system, flight instruments, ultrahigh frequency communications, tactical navigation system and instrument landing system. It also has an internally mounted, tactical electronic-warfare system, “identification friend or foe” system, electronic countermeasures set and a central digital computer.
The pilot’s head-up display projects on the windscreen all essential flight information gathered by the integrated avionics system. This display, visible in any light condition, provides information necessary to track and destroy an enemy aircraft without having to look down at cockpit instruments.
The F-15’s versatile pulse-Doppler radar system can look up at high-flying targets and down at low-flying targets without being confused by ground clutter. It can detect and track aircraft and small high-speed targets at distances beyond visual range down to close range, and at altitudes down to treetop level. The radar feeds target information into the central computer for effective weapons delivery. For close-in dogfights, the radar automatically acquires enemy aircraft, and this information is projected on the head-up display. The F-15’s electronic warfare system provides both threat warning and automatic countermeasures against selected threats.
A variety of air-to-air weaponry can be carried by the F-15. An automated weapon system enables the pilot to perform aerial combat safely and effectively, using the head-up display and the avionics and weapons controls located on the engine throttles or control stick. When the pilot changes from one weapon system to another, visual guidance for the required weapon automatically appears on the head-up display.
The Eagle can be armed with combinations of different air-to-air weapons: AIM-120 advanced medium range air-to-air missiles on its lower fuselage corners, AIM-9L/M Sidewinder or AIM-120 missiles on two pylons under the wings, and an internal 20mm Gatling gun in the right wing root.
The F-15E is a two-seat, dual-role, totally integrated fighter for all-weather, air-to-air and deep interdiction missions. The rear cockpit is upgraded to include four multi-purpose CRT displays for aircraft systems and weapons management. The digital, triple-redundant Lear Siegler flight control system permits coupled automatic terrain following, enhanced by a ring-laser gyro inertial navigation system.
For low-altitude, high-speed penetration and precision attack on tactical targets at night or in adverse weather, the F-15E carries a high-resolution APG-70 radar and low-altitude navigation and targeting infrared for night pods
The first F-15A flight was made in July 1972, and the first flight of the two-seat F-15B (formerly TF-15A) trainer was made in July 1973. The first Eagle (F-15B) was delivered in November 1974. In January 1976, the first Eagle destined for a combat squadron was delivered.
The single-seat F-15C and two-seat F-15D models entered the Air Force inventory beginning in 1979. These new models have Production Eagle Package (PEP 2000) improvements, including 2,000 pounds (900 kilograms) of additional internal fuel, provision for carrying exterior conformal fuel tanks and increased maximum takeoff weight of up to 68,000 pounds (30,600 kilograms).
The F-15 Multistage Improvement Program was initiated in February 1983, with the first production MSIP F-15C produced in 1985. Improvements included an upgraded central computer; a Programmable Armament Control Set, allowing for advanced versions of the AIM-7, AIM-9, and AIM-120A missiles; and an expanded Tactical Electronic Warfare System that provides improvements to the ALR-56C radar warning receiver and ALQ-135 countermeasure set. The final 43 included a Hughes APG-70 radar.
F-15C, D and E models were deployed to the Persian Gulf in 1991 in support of Operation Desert Storm where they proved their superior combat capability. F-15C fighters accounted for 34 of the 37 Air Force air-to-air victories. F-15Es were operated mainly at night, hunting SCUD missile launchers and artillery sites using the LANTIRN system. Credits: http://www.military.com/equipment/f-15-eagle
Large scale electric ducted fan RC jet sporting an accurate livery
Powerful 1550kV outrunner motor provides the optimal balance of thrust/top-end speed and overall flight time
12 Blade factory balanced EDF with metal housing for realistic jet turbine-like sound
Composite fan blades combined with metal EDF housing ensure AMA compliance
Hobbywing 130 Amp ESC with 8A UBEC, XT150 connector
Electric retracts with scale, shock-absorbing struts and main operation
Sequenced gear doors provide added realism and reduced drag
Removeable wings and flight surfaces, including a magnetic nose cone
Machine screws and brass threaded inserts are used to attach the wings for a secure fit and longevity
Bright LED navigation lights
Carbon fiber wing spars and reinforced body parts
Upgraded pushrod clevis and metal ball head connectors on elevators provide a robust connection between servo and control surface and eliminate “slop”
Nylon, gapless hinges on all control surfacesSpec:
Wingspan: 965mm / 37.9in
Length: 1450mm / 57.08in
Flying Weight: 3080g / 108.64oz
Power System: 3748-1550kV B
Electronic Speed Control: 130A ESC, 8A UBEC, EC5 Connector
EDF: 90mm Metal Housing EDF with 12 Blade Fan
Servos: 9g*4, 17g *8
Landing Gear: CNC electric retracts with scale, shock-absorbing struts and main operation
Required Battery: 6S 22.2V 5000mAh 50C (not included)
Required Radio: Minimum 7 Channel (not included)
Material: EPO Foam
Package Options: PNP(not include Radio, Receiver, Battery and Charger)Note: The optional weapons set as shown in the photos is available separately and is not included http:// redline remote control
Model Number: X380
Presenting the XK Detect X380 2.4GHz RTF GPS RC Drone! This drone delivers rock-solid performance, crisp handling, and exceptional stability all in package that’s simple to set up and fly right out of the box! This RC Drone is designed for stress-free camera work and filming. From the 2.4GHz transmitter with one-key take-off and landing, dual self-centering sticks for automatic hovering, and an integrated GPS Auto-Pilot System, the XK Detect allows you to have your full attention on getting great video. Whether you’re a professional or an enthusiast, the XK Detect X380 2.4GHz RTF GPS RC Drone offers outstanding quality for the price. Get yours today!
A guided-missile destroyer is a destroyer designed to launch guided missiles. Many are also equipped to carry out anti-submarines, anti-aircraft, and anti-surface operations. The NATO standard designation for these vessels is DDG. Nations vary in their use of destroyer D designation in their hull pennant numbering, either prefixing, or dropping it altogether. The U.S. Navy has adopted the classification DDG in the American hull classification system. In addition to the guns, a guided-missile destroyer is usually equipped with two large missile magazines, usually in vertical-launch cells. Some guided-missile destroyers contain powerful radar systems, such as the United States’ Aegis Combat System, and may be adopted for use in an anti-missile or ballistic-missile defense role. This is especially true of navies that no longer operate cruisers, as other vessels must be adopted to fill in the gap.
Features: Remote Control,Flashing
Type: Boat & Ship
State of Assembly: Ready-to-Go
Action Time: 25 minutes
Brand Name: SZ star
Age Range: 5-7 Years,8-11 Years,12-15 Years,Grownups,> 8 years old,> 14 years old,> 6 years old
Remote Control: Yes
Design: Aircraft Carrier
Controller Mode: MODE2
Max Speed: 6km / h
Charging Time: 6 hours
Remote Distance: 80 meters
Power Source: Electric
Charging Voltage: 110/220V
Control Channels: 4 Channels
Model Number: TH112 Item Description:Product Name: Destroyer
Model Scale: 1: 275
Maximum speed: 6km / h
Hull Dimensions: 78x21x10cm
Box size: 82x25x18.5cm
Package weight: 2.8kg
Remote distance: 80 meters
Rechargeable Battery: 7.2V 800mAh
Charging time: 6 hours
Time: 25 minutes
Product features: forward, backward, turn left, turn right, lightingItem Package List:
Remote control x1
Rechargeable battery x1
US M1A2 Abrams Air Soft RC Battle Tank- The M1 Abrams main battle tank is the principal combat tank of the United States Army and the United States Marine Corps, with three main versions being deployed starting in 1980: the M1, M1A1, and M1A2. The latest versions of the M1A2 have a new armor and electronics package. It is named after General Creighton Abrams, former Army Chief of Staff and commander of the Army’s 37th Armored Regiment. The M1 Abrams was designed by Chrysler Defense (in 1979, General Dynamics Land Systems Division purchased Chrysler Defense Division) and is currently produced by General Dynamics Corporation in Lima, Ohio, and first entered US Army service in 1980. An improved version of the M1, the M1A1, was introduced in 1985. The M1A1 has the M256 120 mm smoothbore cannon developed by Rheinmetall AG of Germany for the Leopard 2, improved armor, and a CBRN protection system. The M1A2 is a further improvement of the M1A1 with a commander’s thermal viewer and weapon station, position navigation equipment, digital data bus and a radio interface unit. 1/16 US M1A2 Abrams Air Soft RC Battle Tank Smoke & Sound (Upgrade Version w/ Metal Gear & Tracks). This tank can move forward, accelerating speed forward, backward, accelerating speed backward, rotating, barrel can be raised 30 degree. Turret can turn 320 degree. With this New 2.4Ghz Radio System you can have up New 2.4GHz spectrum technology, with the functions of automatic identification and precise code pairing, strong anti-jamming, and allow more than 20 tanks to run at the same time. This is a 1/16 scale fully custom painted and assembled replica of the US M1A2 Abrams Tank with the long gun barrel featuring radio-controlled of all movement including turret rotation and gun elevation. It features full suspension and a main gun that fires BB pellets up to 25 meters! Excellent value for money and a big improvement on the previous version. A great introduction to large scale radio controlled tanks. Maximum side turning angel of turret (left/right) approximately 320-degree Maximum vertical turning angel of gun (up/down) approximately 30-degree Maximum climbing gradient (changeable on different road surfaces) approximately 35-degree Product size: 56 x 23 x 18cm Function: forward high-speed forward, backward, high-speed backward and spin The barrel moves up and down 30. the turret turns 320 emulation music and action effect Full scale R/C function, supper chassis, Realistic suspension system Full scale R/C function simulative motor start-up sound Engine sound, machine-gun sound Cannonball sound Emulation action effect
- Full scale R/C function simulative motor start-up sound; (Upgrade Version w/ Metal Gear & Tracks)
- Maximum side turning angel of turret (left/right) approximately 320-degree
- The barrel moves up and down 30. the turret turns 320 emulation music and action effect
- Maximum climbing gradient (changeable on different road surfaces) approximately 35-degree
- With the New 2.4Ghz Radio System, you extend the reach, functionality and handling characteristics. Ready To Run Request (6 AA Batteries for the Controller)
Fly a Scale Attack Heli with Confidence- The Fly Boys at Motion RC love anything scale and we are pleased to offer to our customers this uber-cool scale AH-64 Apache micro helicopter from Blade. Whenever the United States military is called upon to settle a skirmish or major conflict, the Boeing AH-64 Apache™ attack helicopter is sure to lead the fight. That’s because few VTOL capable aircraft are as well equipped, heavily armed or self-reliant. Some RC models of the Apache are large, expensive, require significant talent to assemble and even more skill to fly. The Blade Micro AH-64 Apache captures the pride of the U.S. Army and is officially licensed by the Boeing Aircraft Company. Standout details like a functional four-blade head, collective pitch mechanics and brushless power make it enticing to the experts, while innovative SAFE technology gives you the push-button ability to prevent a crash. Put yourself in the action with the Blade Micro AH-64 Apache™ scale helicopter. Engineered around the abilities of innovative AS3X flybarless technology, its rock-solid flight performance makes flying this highly-detailed heli as comfortable as possible. Although the machine looks like a heavy hitter, it’s crisply detailed molded body is lightweight. Rotary ultra micro servos are uniquely mounted for an efficient link that also allows the four-blade head to mount as low as possible for a brilliant scale affect. Brushless power is used at the main gear to offer gutsy cyclic and collective performance while a fast-response motor on the four-blade tail rotor keeps your headings locked in. Whether you’re new to scale heli flight or seasoned heli expert, this is one heli hero you won’t want to keep tied down.
Fly with Confidence
The Blade® Micro AH-64 Apache™ features exclusive SAFE (Sensor Assisted Flight Envelope) technology, a revolutionary electronic flight envelope protection system that gives you the protection of Panic Recovery mode which returns the heli to level flight so you can prevent a crash at the push of a button.
Impressive Scale Detail
The molded ABS body features a scale outline and rich detail striking enough to be officially licensed by Boeing Aircraft Company. Beyond static appearance, the four-blade head and tail add a functional level of authenticity you’ll appreciate while flying.
Both the main rotor and tail rotors feature brushless outrunner motors for the power to fly outdoors and fly through scale manuevers. The main rotor is geared specifically for scale four-blade head performance. The tail rotor is a high-speed, direct-drive outrunner with a tail rotor that has a realistic four-blade appearance.
Collective Pitch Mechanics
Whether you’re flying at a large indoor area or outside patrolling your backyard, the collective pitch mechanics give a true to scale flying experience that’s both stable in forward flight and while hovering.
Functional 4-Blade Realism
The four-blade main rotor head mechanics fully articulate to provide collective-pitch control that makes scale flight incredibly realistic. Even the direct drive tail motor simulates the four-blade system of the fullsize Boeing aircraft.