Experience A Piece Of History With A Vintage War Plane
Here's a P51 Mustang P51 Mustang remote control military aircraft straight out of the past.
This World War II (WWII) fighter airplane is a single seat plane with a main role as an escort to allied bombers over Germany, and some action later against the Japanese.
The Mustang started the Korean War as the fighter-on-duty before the introduction of jet planes took over. The P51 continued service over Korea as a ground attack support plane through the remainder of that war.
This fighter is so well made and durable that after the Korean War civilians began using it as a racing plane.
By the way, if you're a fan of the Ford Mustang here's an interesting bit of information for you. The car took its name from the war plane because the fighter had a huge reputation with the 1960s youth of America.
Build Your Fleet Of War Planes, And Fight Your Own Battles
The P51 Mustang is ready for patrolling the skies, escorting your bomber (and protecting it from the enemy fighters that want to knock it out of the sky), making strafing and bombing runs on the enemy anti-aircraft placements and other enemy ground targets.
The real actions is in the dog fights though, and you'll need the war planes of your enemy to engage in those air battles.
WWII German Fighter Plane is just right for giving you those dog fight thrills.
Go to war with the kids or grandkids, and see who develops the highest level fighter pilot skills as you loop and roll your war planes fighting for mastery of the skies.
This is the RC model of the Luftwaffe's workhorse fighter plane of WWII, the German Focke-Wulf FW-190.
The FW-190 German fighter comes ready to fly (as soon as you complete its already 90% assembled condition, and charge the batteries.
The designers made this fighter aircraft for dog fight maneuvering, and gave you the control of loop and roll battle flying at its best.
Maybe a jet fighter is more to your liking?
Try this remote control F-14 Tomcat for a great air battle. This jet until just recently was the Navy's workhorse fighter.
It launched from land naval air stations as well as aircraft carrier platforms.
It's a perfect avionic combatant for your little Ace pilot-in-training.