Product Type: Replicas – Historic Models

Replica Historic Models - T-45C Goshawk 1 32

Unbeatable museum quality best describes our handcrafted T-45C Goshawk model airplane. After passing through the hands of master craftsmen, the parts are sanded and primed many times. Talented artists then paint on the intricate details with great accuracy. A final coat of clear lacquer protects the T-45C Goshawk model and gives it a glossy finish. The T-45C Goshawk model airplane comes with a handsome mahogany-based chrome pedestal, and to ensure that it is ready for delivery, it undergoes various stages of quality control before being placed in its box. The T-45C Goshawk model airplane is perfect as an addition to a growing collection or as an exquisite gift to a loved one. T-45C Goshawk History: In 1978, McDonnell Douglas Aircraft Company and British Aerospace developed the T-45C Goshawk McD/Douglas, a carrier-suitable version of the British Aerospace Hawk. The first Hawk, which flew Aug. 21, 1974, was established as the Royal Air Force principal jet trainer and served the U.S. and European air forces. The T-45C Goshawk McD/Douglas has been used for intermediate and advanced portions of the Navy/Marine Corps strike pilot training program with Training Air Wing ONE at Naval Air Station Meridian, Mississippi and Training Air Wing TWO at Naval Air Station Kingsville, Texas. The T-45C replaced the T-2C Buckeye trainer and the TA-4J Skyhawk II trainer with an integrated training system that includes the T-45Goshawk McD/Douglas Goshawk aircraft, operational and instrument flight simulators (OFT/IFT), academics, and training integration system support. Beginning in Fiscal Year 2008, the T-45C Goshawk McD/Douglas will also commence use in the advanced portion of Navy/Marine Corps Naval Flight Officer (NFO) training with Training Air Wing SIX at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida. The T-45’s A and C models are currently in operational use. The T-45A, which became operational in 1991, contains an analog cockpit design while the newer T-45C, which was first delivered in December 1997, features a new digital “glass cockpit” design. All T-45A aircraft will eventually be converted to a T-45C configuration under the T-45 Required Avionics Modernization Program (T-45 RAMP). This model has measurements of: Span: 12″ Len: 14″ and Scale: 1/32

Replicas – Historic Models T-45C Goshawk 1/32

T-45C Goshawk 1 32 Price: $186.94

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