Hobby Master 1:72 Air Power Series  F-22A Raptor 01 “Spirit of America” Hobby Master  Item: HA2811  1:72 Scale F-22A Raptor 01 “Spirit of America” Hobby Master HA2811 1:72 F-22A Raptor 01 “Spirit of America” Hobby Master HA2811 1:72 F-22A Raptor 01 “Spirit of America” Hobby Master HA2811 1:72 F-22A Raptor 01 “Spirit of America” Hobby Master HA2811 1:72
F-22A Raptor 01 “Spirit of America” Hobby Master HA2811 1:72

F-22A Raptor 01 “Spirit of America” Hobby Master HA2811 1:72

Hobby Master 1:72 Air Power Series
F-22A Raptor 01 “Spirit of America” Hobby Master
Item: HA2811
1:72 Scale
Details
Hobby Master 1:72 Air Power Series F-22A Raptor 01 “Spirit of America” Hobby Master Item: HA2811 1:72 Scale Hobby Master "1:72 Air Power Series" diecast airplanes feature: Diecast metal construction with some plastic components. Realistic panel lines, antennas, access panels and surface details. Pad printed markings and placards that won't fade or peel like decals. Opening canopies, revealing detailed cockpit interiors. Interchangeable extended/retracted landing gear. Presentation stand to display the aircraft "in flight". Authentic detachable ordnance loads complete with placards. Accurately detailed underside with concealed screwheads. The USAF developed a requirement for a new air superiority fighter to replace the F-15 Eagle. Two proposals were submitted with the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor being selected as the new Advanced Tactical Fighter (ATF). The aircraft is constructed using 39% titanium, 24% composite material, 16% aluminum and 1% thermoplastic by weight. All these components contribute to the F-22 being a light weight, extremely maneuverable, extremely fast aircraft that uses stealth technology. The F-22 is also capable of ground attack, electronic warfare and signals intelligence. In 1986 Northrop and Lockheed Martin were each awarded a demonstration and concept validation contract. The Lockheed YF-22 won over Northrop’s YF-23. The YF-22 first flew on September 29, 1990 with the flight of the first production F-22 “Raptor” taking place on September 7, 1997. This aircraft was number 91-4001 with a serial of 91-001 and named “Spirit of America”. In October 1997 91-001 went to Edwards AFB in California for testing. What started with 91-001 will end in 2013 when the last planned 438th F-22 is delivered. Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor specifications First flight - September 7, 1997 Planned Production - 750 aircraft initial program objective Altered plan in 1990 - 648 aircraft Altered plan in 1994 - 442 aircraft In 1997 Department of Defense report – 339 aircraft In 2006 the Pentagon wanted -183 aircraft 2008 approval for 4 additional aircraft bringing the total to 187 Number built as of August 2009 - 145 (187 planned) Role - Air superiority fighter Crew – (1) pilot Performance Engines – (2) Pratt & Whitney F119-PW-100 engines producing 35,000 lbst of thrust Speed - Mach 1.8 (super cruise: Mach 1.5) G Limit - +9 G Ceiling - 60,000 ft (18,290 m) The F-22 and other fighters can reach this altitude, but only the F-22 can perform tactical maneuvers at this level, which is about twice the altitude at which other jets can perform tactical maneuvers. Dimensions Length - 62.08 ft (18.90 m) Height -16.67 ft (5.08 m) Wingspan - 44.5 ft (13.56 m) Wing Area - 840 sq ft (78.04 sq m) Horizontal Tail-span - 29 ft (8.84 m) Weights Empty Weight - 31,670 lb (14,365 kg) Maximum Takeoff Weight - 60,000 lb (27,000 kg) Armament Internal (1) 20mm Cannon (4) AIM-9 Sidewinders (side weapon bays) (4) AIM-120A AMRAAM (internal ventral bay) (6) AIM-120Cs (internal ventral bay) (6) GBU-32 JDAM PGMs (internal ventral bay) (8) GBU-39 Small Diameter Bombs (250lbs ea) External (4) under-wing hard-points with a maximum of 5,000lbs (2,270kg) of mission-specific weaponry or fuel drop-tanks.
Additional Info
  • Stock#
    HA2811
  • Brand
    Hobby Master
  • Scale
    1:72
  • Material
    N/A
  • Aircraft Type
    Fixed-Winged
  • Era
    Modern
  • Aircraft
    F-22 (Raptor)
  • Propulsion
    Jet-Powered
  • Role
    Fighter-Bomber
  • Country
    United States
Warning: Choking Hazard! Contains small parts. Not a toy. Not for children under 3 years.
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