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Arma Hobby Hurricane Mk.IID 172 Scale Preorder Box
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1/72 Scale Hurricane Mk.IID 70062

  • Scale: 1:72th
  • Plastic parts (Mk IIc)
  • Transformation – 3D printing – template for carved panels on cannon gondolas, exhaust pipes, mirrors,s and wings.
  • Canopy and wheel masks

Set of decals for five painting and marking options, including:

 
  1. BP158/JV-I, No. 6 Squadron RAF, Shandur Airfield and LG 89, Egypt, Fall 1942.
  2. KW704/R “Christine”, No. 6 Squadron RAF, Gabes Airfield, Tunisia, April 1943. Pilot F/O AHM Clarke.
  3. HW721/BR-J, No. 184 Squadron RAF, Colerne Airfield, England, Spring 1943. Pilot S/Ldr Jack Rose. Plane funded by the Woolwich Plane Fund.
  4. KX229/H “Cheeta”, No. 20 Squadron RAF, Nidania Airfield, Burma, February 1944.
  5. HW874/X, No. 20 Squadron RAF, Monywa Airfield, Burma, Spring 1945.
 

Where was the Hurricane Mk.IID manufactured?

 
The Hurricane Mk.II was a British single-seat fighter plane produced during World War II. It was an upgraded version of the Hurricane Mk.I, with improved engines and armament. The Hurricane Mk.II was produced by Hawker Plane in the United Kingdom and by Canadian Car and Foundry in Canada.
 

Which versions of Hurricane Mk.IID was used in which wars?

 
The Hurricane Mk.II first saw action in the Battle of Britain in 1940, and it played a key role in the defense of Britain against the German Luftwaffe. The Hurricane was also used in a variety of other roles, including ground attack and maritime strike. It was used by the Royal Air Force (RAF) and other Allied air forces, and it saw service in many theaters of war, including Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia.
 

Who was the most famous Hurricane Ace?

 
One of the most famous Hurricane pilots was Pilot Officer (later Group Captain) James Nicolson, who was awarded the Victoria Cross, the highest award for gallantry in the face of the enemy in the British Armed Forces, for his actions during the Battle of Britain. Nicolson was the only RAF pilot to be awarded the Victoria Cross during the Battle of Britain.
 

Hurricane Mk.IID Specifications

 
The Hurricane Mk.II was a single-seat fighter plane powered by a Rolls-Royce Merlin engine. It had a wingspan of 40 feet, 6 inches (12.34 meters), and a length of 31 feet, 3 inches (9.53 meters). It had a speed of around 340 mph (547 km/h) at 20,000 feet (6,096 meters) and a range of around 625 miles (1,006 kilometers).
 

Munitions and weapons used by Hurricane Mk.IID

 
The Hurricane Mk.II was armed with eight .303 caliber machine guns, with four guns mounted in the wings and four mounted in the nose. It could also carry various types of bombs and rockets for ground attack missions. Also to its machine guns, the Hurricane Mk.II could be fitted with various other weapons, including cannons, for use in different roles.

Source: https://www.armahobby.com/70062-hurricane-mk-ii-d.html

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