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US Navy P-3C   Hogan 200 HG7235
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US Navy P-3C Hogan 200 HG7235

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Regular Price: $83.99

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US Navy P-3C Hogan 200 HG7235 1:200

Product Description

US Navy P-3C Hogan 200 HG7235
Hogan Metal:
P-3C Orion long range ASW aircraft

Description
Four-engine turboprop anti-submarine and maritime surveillance aircraft.

Features
Originally designed as a land-based, long-range, anti-submarine warfare (ASW) patrol aircraft, the P-3C's mission has evolved in the late 1990s and early 21st century to include surveillance of the battlespace, either at sea or over land. Its long range and long loiter time have proved invaluable assets during Operation Iraqi Freedom as it can view the battlespace and instantaneously provide that information to ground troops, especially U.S. Marines.
The P-3C has advanced submarine detection sensors such as directional frequency and ranging (DIFAR) sonobuoys and magnetic anomaly detection (MAD) equipment. The avionics system is integrated by a general purpose digital computer that supports all of the tactical displays, monitors and automatically launches ordnance and provides flight information to the pilots. In addition, the system coordinates navigation information and accepts sensor data inputs for tactical display and storage. The P-3C can carry a mixed payload of weapons internally and on wing pylons.

Additional Information

  • Stock#
    HG7235
  • Brand
    Hogan
  • Aircraft
    P-3C
  • Airline
    US Navy
  • Registration
    No
  • Material
    N/A
  • Scale
    1:200
  • Dimensions (L x W)
    N/A

Customer Reviews

  1. Hogan 200 P-3C Orion 161594 / LL-594 (cn 285E-5768) VP-30 "Pro's Nest" NAS Jacsonville, FLReview by James F
    Customer Rating

    I was blown away when I took this one out of the box. Compared to recent Inflight releases this model is superior in man ways. Number one to me is there is so much more detail on this model than on the IF version of the P-3. This squadron flew out of Jacksonville NAS, FL. There are seven images on A-net: http://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?cx=partner-pub-8297169501225184%3Aa05n2n-tzky&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=594+P-3&sa=Submit&search_active=1&search=&sheadline=&search_field=datedesc&submit=&siteurl=www.airliners.net%252Fsearch%252Fphoto.search%253Faircraft_genericsearch%253DLockheed%2520P-3%2520Orion%2526distinct_entry%253Dtrue which back up the fact that Hogan has blown IF out of the water in details. Multiple antenna are on the Hogan 200 version. The landing gear are scaled and realistic. The tail antenna is shaped properly and has the proportional length that the IF version does not have. The Hogan version has a set of self defense rockets on each wing. The model has bubble windows on the fuselage. The cockpit is perfectly shaped with the real aircraft. It is interesting that two model companies would make moulds for basically the same aircraft. There are only a few examples of P-3s so from marketing standpoint you got to wonder what they were thinking. (Posted on 7/25/2011)

 

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