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USAF Flight Line Maintenance (198232) 1:32 VideoAviation.com Aircraft dont fly and generate sortie without correct maintenance. Flight line maintenance kits and figures can add an essential touch to any diorama and this set from VideoAviation is an update of a previous set. The Kit It arrives in a clear plastic bubble box, and inside there are a substantial bundle of resin parts, all in bags and protected for their safety. There are two figures, one standing as if about to start marshalling and the other fixing some thing a pilot no doubt broke
US Navy Aero 12c Cart "Explosive Ordnance Container" (198132) 1:32 VideoAviation.com The Aero12 cart is often seen on US Navy carrier decks to move bombs about, this new dual set from VideoAviation has two of these carts fitted with "Explosive Ordnance" containers. It arrives in a clear plastic bubble box, and inside there are a substantial bundle of resin parts, all in bags and protected by their safety. There are two carts and the boxes to fit onto them. The small decal sheet is crisply printed, and contains sufficient markings to complete the task in hand.
LAU-51 Rocket Launcher (197732) 1:32 Videoaviation.com The LAU-51 rocket pod has 19 tubes from which is can fire 2.75" Folding Fin Aerial Rocket (FFAR) or Wrap Around (WA) rockets either individually or in ripple-fire mode with a 40-60ms interval between launches to give a concentrated advancing barrage on a target. They were pylon mounted and commonly used on the Jaguar, Alphajet, F-104, G-91 light fighters in the ground attack role. The set arrives in a small clamshell box with a bag of resin behind the header card, two more resin parts
A/M32A-86 Generator (197932) 1:32 VideoAviation.com This Hobart (and later under the Hollingsworth name) generator is designed with larger aircraft in mind, and came into service with many air forces in the 80s. It contains a 4-53 Detroit diesel engine and produces three-phase electricity at 400hz with a ton of power and enough amps to supply the biggest draw. There are many still available on the second hand market, although outside aviation there's little use for them due to the frequency they run at, which would fry anything designed for domestic feeds.