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Boeing P-12E 308th Observation Sqdn. 1945 Hobby Master HA7910 Scale 1:48
Boeing P-12E 308th Observation Sqdn. 1945 Hobby Master HA7910 Scale 1:48 Boeing P-12E 308th Observation Sqdn. 1945 Hobby Master HA7910 Scale 1:48 Boeing P-12E 308th Observation Sqdn. 1945 Hobby Master HA7910 Scale 1:48 Boeing P-12E 308th Observation Sqdn. 1945 Hobby Master HA7910 Scale 1:48 Boeing P-12E 308th Observation Sqdn. 1945 Hobby Master HA7910 Scale 1:48 Boeing P-12E 308th Observation Sqdn. 1945 Hobby Master HA7910 Scale 1:48

Boeing P-12E 308th Observation Sqdn. 1945 Hobby Master HA7910 Scale 1:48

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Highly detailed Hobby Master model warbird
Boeing P-12E 308th Observation Sqdn. 1945 Hobby Master HA7910 Scale 1:48

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Highly detailed Hobby Master model warbird
Boeing P-12E 308th Observation Sqdn. 1945 Hobby Master HA7910 Scale 1:48
‘B’ Flight Leader, 308th Observation Squadron, Organized Reserve, 1939

Item#: HA7910
Scale: 1:48

The Boeing P-12/F4B was an American pursuit aircraft that was operated by the United States Army Air Corps and United States Navy.

Boeing developed the aircraft as a private venture to replace the Boeing F3B and Boeing F2B with the United States Navy, the first flight of the P-12 took place on 25 June 1928. The new aircraft was smaller, lighter and more agile than the ones it replaced but still used the Wasp engine of the F3B. This resulted in a higher top speed and overall better performance. As result of Navy evaluation 27 were ordered as the F4B-1, later evaluation by the United States Army Air Corps resulted in orders with the designation P-12. Boeing supplied the USAAC with 366 P-12s between 1929 and 1932. Production of all variants totalled 586.

The 308th Observation Squadron was assigned to the 5th Corps Area Reserve base at Port
Columbus Airport, Columbus, Ohio. The 5th Corps Area States of responsibility consisted of
Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia with headquarters Columbus. These Organized
Reserve units were usually only “paper” units for officers waiting for assignments. The aircraft
of choice in the 1939 period was the Boeing P-12 which first flew in 1931 with the _P-12E
being the best known variant.

Additional Information

  • Stock#
    HA7910
  • Brand
    Hobby Master
  • Scale
    1:48
  • Material
    Die-cast Metal
  • Aircraft Type
    Fixed-Winged
  • Era
    World War I
  • Aircraft
    P-12
  • Propulsion
    Propeller-Driven
  • Role
    Fighter
  • Country
    United States
 

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