AZM7599 1/72 Supermarine Attacker FB.2
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The Supermarine Attacker was the first jet fighter in service with the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm. It used the laminar flow wings from the piston engine Spiteful aircraft and was powered by a Rolls Royce Nene engine, it first flew in 1946 and entered service in 1951. It was quickly superseded by much better aircraft like the Sea Hawk and Sea Venom, being withdrawn from front line service in 1954 and from reserves in 1957.
AZ Models are a Czech based manufacturer with a wide range of kits. This is one of AZ's earlier injection moulded plastic kits, so is very much a 'short run' kit which will require extra care when building. There are decals for two Royal Navy and one Pakistani aircraft.