1:350 North American B-25 Mitchell
The North American B-25 Mitchell was an American twin-engined medium bomber that saw extensive action in World War II. By the time a separate United States Air Force was established in 1947, most B-25s had been consigned to long-term storage. However, a select number continued in service through the late 1940s and 1950s in a variety of training, reconnaissance and support roles. Its principal use during this period was for undergraduate training of multi-engine aircraft pilots slated for reciprocating engine or turboprop cargo, aerial refueling or reconnaissance aircraft.This 1:350 Scale in-flight model of the B-25 includes "spinning" propellers. The model was designed to be suspended on a one sixteenth inch rod as if in flight, and so a hole has been incorporated into the underside of the fuselage to accommodate the rod.