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CYModels 99 inch TBF Avenger 3 color schemes for Pre order (Global Warehouse)

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    99 inch TBF Avenger. One of the projects in 2013 designed and produced by CYModels based on the success of smaller version 80 inch. 



    • Wingspan: 2500mm (99 inch)
    • Length: 1850mm (73 inch)
    • Empty weight: 7.4kg
    • Engine: 55-100cc petrol engine
    • Radio: 7 CH/10 servos

    Key features

    1. Professionally covered & painted wing and fiberglass fuselage
    2. Detailed panel lines and rivet
    3. All center pocket hinge design for the ailerons, rudder and elevator
    4. Optional retractable tail wheel
    5. Optional air retracts with alloy wheels 


    The Grumman TBF Avenger (designated TBM for aircraft manufactured by General Motors) was a torpedo bomber developed initially for the US Navy and US Marine Corps, and used by a large number of air arms around the world. It entered service in 1942 and first saw action during the Battle of Midway. The Avenger had overall ruggedness and stability, and pilots say it flew like a truck, for better or worse. With its good radio facilities, docile handling and long range, it also made an ideal command aircraft for Commanders, Air Group. Its 30,000-foot ceiling and fully-loaded range of 1,000 miles made it better than any previous American torpedo plane. Later Avenger models carried radar equipment for the ASW and AEW roles.

    In June 1943, future president George H. W. Bush became the youngest naval aviator at the time. While flying a TBM with VT-51 (from the USS San Jacinto (CVL-30)), his plane was shot down on September 2, 1944 over the Pacific island of Chichi Jima. Both of his crewmates died, but he was able to release his payload and hit the target before being forced to bail out. He thus received the Distinguished Flying Cross for this action.

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