True 1/72 scale
Professionally painted unique scheme
Great attention to detail
All markings are Tampoed (pad applied)
Option to display the model on a stand that is provided
Model can be shown with the landing gear in the down or up positions
Loads of optional armament has been provided
Canopy opens
Extremely heavy metal with a minimum of plastic
Highly collectable
A-10 Specifications

57 ft. 6 in. - 17.5 m
53 ft. 4 in. - 16m
14 ft. 8 in. – 4.50m

Empty weight:
24,200 lbs. – 10,977 kg.
Maximum weight:
47,400 lbs. – 21,500 kg.

2 x GE TF34-GE-100 turbofans w/8900 lbs. static thrust

One 30 mm GAU-8/A seven-barrel Gatling gun; up to 16,000 pounds (7,200 kilograms) of
mixed ordnance on eight under-wing and three under-fuselage pylon stations, including
500 pounds (225 kilograms) of Mk-82 and 2,000 pounds (900 kilograms) of Mk-84 series
low/high drag bombs, incendiary cluster bombs, combined effects munitions, mine
dispensing munitions, AGM-65 Maverick missiles and laser-guided/electro-optically
guided bombs; infrared countermeasure flares; electronic countermeasure chaff; jammer
pods; 2.75-inch (6.99 centimeters) rockets; illumination flares and AIM-9 Sidewinder

Maximum speed:
420 mph – 675.92  mach 0.56
45,000 ft. – 13,636 m.

800 miles – 695 nm


Total built:
A-10A - 713
A-10B - 30
Total - 743
Hobby Master 1/72 Air Power Series
A-10A Thunderbolt II
AF810977, 66th Weapons Sqn., April 2005
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October 1975 saw delivery of the first USAF A-10a and deployment in March 1976. Built
specifically for close ground support the pilot is protected by titanium armor while being covered
by a bubble canopy giving a commanding view. The Warthog has everything needed to survive,
dual engines; self-sealing fuel cells; redundant flight control systems protected by titanium armor;
a 30 mm seven-barrel Gatling gun; a wide array of bombs and missiles. This plane packs a
heavy punch and can stay on scene a long time to deliver its payload.

The 57th Wing located at Nellis AFB is home to 19 squadrons each with a different assignment.
One of these squadrons is the 66th Weapons School that was originally activated in January
1941 as the 66th Pursuit Squadron (Interceptor). A few re-designations and de-activations the
squadron was re-activated in 2003 as 66th Weapons School. Their job was to teach
graduate-level instructors in all aspects of the A-10 so after graduation they could return to active
units to provide other personnel with advanced instruction.