Mustangs From The Mighty Eighth

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The P-51D was the most important Mustang variant. It had improved fuel capacity and could provide the pilot with better visibility. It’s the most produced Mustang. The U.S. Eighth Army Air Force, also known as the Mighty Eighth, was deployed in Northwest Europe during WWII to carry out strategic bombing of Germany. Composed of heavy bomber units and fighter units, it’s one of the most powerful Air Force units of the U.S. Army. The fighters provided escort of heavy bombers and swept German airfields. There were many fighter aces in the Eighth Air Forces. Many of them flied Mustangs during the war.

 

The latest MENG LS-010 North American P-51D/K “8th Air Force” model kit provides two paint schemes of the Eighth Air Force aces. The finished model is 205mm long and has a wingspan of 236mm. This kit also has features like fast cement-free assembly design, accurate exterior, lots of surface details and various store options.