RODEN Ltd. – New Releases For November 2014



# 324

Lockheed VC-140B Jetstar









Lockheed VC-140B Jetstar – American business class aircraft, used by the U.S. Air Force for a variety of tasks. In total the Air Force received 16 machines of this type. One of the most notable pages in its history was its service with the 89th Military Airlift wing of the United States Air Force, which is engaged in the carriage of top officials. From 1963 to 1989 its passengers included Presidents Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter and Reagan. After the end of their service career one of the planes, which had served the presidents most often, was transferred to the National Museum of the US Air Force in Dayton, Ohio, where it is presently exhibited.
1:144 scale



# 322

Fairchild AC-119K  Stinger



Fairchild AC-119K  Stinger- heavy American ground support plane, developed from the C-119 transport in the late 1960s by the Fairchild Hiller company. Thanks to powerful weapons and modern technology for finding ground targets fitted to the mid-fuselage, the AC-119K was a very effective weapon in the fight against the enemy on the ground. Aircraft of this type were used extensively during the war in Vietnam and Laos. In a short time they destroyed several thousand enemy troops, about a thousand ground targets, including a considerable number of armored vehicles. Overall 26 machines of this type were built, which were used until the end of military operations in the Vietnam campaign. With the advent of the more powerful AC-130, the AC-119K were deleted from front line use and then from the complement of the Air Force.
1:144 scale

# 729

Vomag Omnibus 7 OR 660



VOMAG 7 OR 660 – German heavy triple-axle omnibus, developed in the mid-1930s by the automobile firm Vogtlandische Maschinenfabric AG (VOMAG). It was originally planned as a bus for local transportation in large cities and also for mail delivery, however from the beginning of World War II, enormous numbers of all types of buses including the VOMAG 7 OR 660 were transferred to the army for the requirements of transportation of personnel. In total about 200 buses of this type were produced.
1:72 scale

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