ACH-47A Armed Chinook 1/48 Kit
Depicting a Chinook tandem-rotor, heavy lift
helicopter - nicknamed "Guns A Go-Go" - that was used for weapons testing by
the U.S. Army in 1966, this 1/48 scale plastic kit features finely scribed
and embossed surfaces, movable rotors, detailed engines, a fully outfitted
cockpit with a padded bulkhead, superb cargo bay details and armament,
realistic landing gear struts, authentic markings and more. Measures 13"
long with a 7½" rotorspan; approximately 180 parts, assembly required.
Engineers Clear the Way
Dale Gallon. Moving en echelon, and backed by armored cavalry support from
units such as the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, overhead helicopter
observation and supporting fire, these dozers of the Army Corps of Engineers
and their courageous drivers cleared thousands of acres in Vietnam,
facilitating the destruction of tunnels, bunker systems, and countless enemy
supplies and weapons. 24"x 18" limited edition print is signed and numbered
by the artist.
F-105D Thunderchief 1/48 Model
Made of Philippine mahogany, this 1/48 scale model measures 20½" in length
and has a wingspan of 8¾". Hand painted and detailed, model comes ready to
display on the included mahogany base.
F-4 Phantom II 1/48 Die Cast Model
USAF MiG Killer, Robin Olds
This highly detailed 1/48 scale die cast model
replicates the U.S. Air Force Phantom "MiG Killer" of Col. Robin Olds,
commander of the 8th Tactical Fighter Wing and USAF triple ace with 12 kills
in WWII and four more in Vietnam. Model features a detailed cockpit with
instruments, extended landing gear with real rubber tires, and authentic
markings. 10" wingspan; arrives ready to display.
Vietnam Campaign Medal Cased Set
This medal was awarded to any member of the U.S. or
allied military forces who completed at least six months of duty in the
Republic of Vietnam between March 1, 1961, and March 28, 1973.
Produced by the same manufacturer that supplies the U.S. government, this
replica set includes a full-size medal with a pin-back broach, a fine ribbon
bar, and a lapel pin, all of which arrive boxed in a leatherette
presentation case that is suitable for display. Medal with ribbon is
approximately 3" long.
Have Guns, Will Travel
Joe Kline. A team of UH-1C Huey gunships, with 7-shot rocket pods and
miniguns, works a target in Vietnam. 28"x 20" limited edition print is
signed and numbered by the artist.
M48A3 Tank 1/18 Model
In 1959, American M48s were upgraded to the M48A3 variant, which featured a
diesel power plant. Depicting a U.S. Marine Corps M48A3 used for
minesweeping in Vietnam, this 1/18 scale plastic model features a rotating
turret with an elevating gun, rotating machine guns, a spotlight, opening
hatches, rolling tracks, removable extra tracks attached to the turret,
authentic USMC markings, and more. Measures 15" long and arrives ready to
First Boots on the Ground
William Phillips. Led by
Lt. Col. Hal Moore, soldiers of the 7th Cavalry Regiment secure Landing Zone
X-Ray in the Ia Drang Valley, Vietnam, on November 14, 1965. By day's end, the
450 men of the 7th Cavalry had engaged more than 2,000 North Vietnamese Army
regulars in one of the first major battles of the Vietnam War.
This 28"x 14" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by
five Battle of Ia Drang veterans, including Distinguished Service Cross
recipient Lt. Gen. Hal Moore; Sgt. Major Basil Plumley, who made all four combat
jumps with the 82nd Airborne in World War II; and helicopter pilot Lt. Col.
Bruce Crandall, who received the Medal of Honor for his actions during the
battle. As a bonus, you also get a free 8"x 10" color photograph of Moore
signing the print!