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Airfix A09192 1:48 Hawker Hunter FGA.9/FR.10/GA.11

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Proving the old adage 'If it looks right, then it is right', the Hawker Hunter was a thing of aviation beauty, streamlined and cultured, but a deadly fighting aeroplane at heart. 

Underlining the Hunter's adaptability, the FGA.9 variant was developed in response to an RAF requirement to replace ground attack Venoms serving with units in the Middle East and was basically an F.6 airframe optimised for close air support operations. 

Strengthening the Hunter's wing enabled it to carry an impressive array of offensive ordnance, with the FGA.9 presenting the RAF with one of their most capable ground attack fighters. 128 Hunter FGA.9s would see service with home based and overseas squadrons.


A09192 - Hawker Hunter FGA.9, Aircraft flown under Tower Bridge, London, by Flight Lieutenant Alan Pollock, No.1 Squadron, Royal Air Force West Raynham, Norfolk, England, April 5th 1968. (A)

A09192 - Hawker Hunter FR.10, No.4 Squadron, Royal Air Force G?tersloh, West Germany, 1961. (B)

A09192 - Hawker Hunter GA.11, Fleet Requirements and Aircraft Direction Unit, Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton, Somerset, England, 1976. (C)

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Plastic model kit, instruction sheet, paint layout sheet and decals.
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