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RYAN Package

$ 18.00 USD

Includes all 3 RYAN models seen below.

Vultee A-31 Vengeance

$ 17.50 USD

The Consolidated-Vultee A-31 Vengeance was an American built pre-war dive bomber. Designed under the designation V-72, the aircraft that would eventually be named Vengeance by the RAF and FAA was developed as a dive bomber by the Vultee Corporation. One of few US military aircraft who's initial development was not aided by government finance, the V-72 was intended for sale to export markets. Large numbers were sold to Brazil, China, Turkey, and the USSR during the mid-to-late 1930s. In 1940 the British purchased 700 V-72s (400 of which were manufactured by Northrop), and with the introduction of lend-lease in 1941, the US ordered 300 more examples for the RF and FAA under the designation A-31. The majority of the RAF Vengeances served in Burma, where they enjoyed considerable success. When the U.S. entered the war, it commandeered 243 of the aircraft meant for the UK, and later had even more Vengeances manufactured for the USAAF under the designation A-35.This model is fully animated with lots of goodies to play with, such as, dropable ordinance, many animated switches and knobs.

Vultee BT-13 Valiant A&B Models

$ 14.00 USD

The Vultee BT-13 Valiant basic trainer known by it's student pilots as the "Vibrator".It was the second phase of the three phase training program for pilots.The model is fully animated with clickable switches, pilots cargo hold and lots of moving parts.This is a 2 model package, both the BT-13A and the BT-13B are represented.


 

 

FS2004 RYAN SCW

$ 9.00 USD

This model is fully animated
with clickable switches.
Features a opening cowling
to reveal the detailed engine.

 

 

FS2004 RYAN ST-M-S2

$ 9.00 USD

This is a two model package, land and
amphibious. Each model is fully
animated with clickable switches.

 

 

FS2004 RYAN PT-22 Recruit

$ 9.00 USD

The Ryan Recruit was the U.S. Army Air Corps' first monoplane primary trainer. Initial testing
of a single RYAN S-T-A (Sport-Trainer-A) resulted in an order for 15 more aircraft,  re-designated the YPT-16, for evaluation in 1939. Finding this tandem two-seater to be an  excellent design, the USAAC ordered a production batch of 30 aircraft, designated the PT-20. In 1941, the Army decided a new more powerful engine was needed to endure the rigors of training new pilots. Ryan Aeronautical replaced the inline engine of the previous
version with a Kinner radial engine. The resulting PT-21 was so superior that many PT-16s
and PT-20s were upgraded with the new engine, becoming PT-16As and PT-20As.With flight
training programs expanding across the United States, 1,023 more planes were ordered.
These had an improved Kinner radial, no wheel spats, and the deletion of the main landing
gear fairings. This became the PT-22. The Navy also ordered the Recruits and
re-designated them as NR-1s.

FS2004 Arado AR-76

$ 7.00 USD

The Arado Ar 76 was a German aircraft of the 1930s,
designed as a light fighter with a secondary role as an
advanced trainer in mind. It was Arado's response to a
requirement by the Reichsluftfahrtministerium (RLM) for such  an aircraft, and in 1935 was evaluated against the Heinkel He
74, Focke-Wulf Fw 56, and the Henschel Hs 121 and Hs 125.
Although the Fw 56 was selected for the main production
contract, the RLM was sufficiently impressed by the Ar 76 to
order a small number of these as well.
This is a two model package. Both the 1939 and 1940 year
variants are included.

FS2004 P-26 Peashooter

$ 7.00 USD

The Boeing-funded project to produce the Boeing Model 248 began in September 1931, with the Army Air Corps supplying engines and instruments. The design included an open cockpit, fixed landing gear and externally braced wings, the last such design procured by the USAAC as a fighter plane. It also saw the introduction of flaps to reduce speeds for landings. The Army Air Corps contracted for three prototypes, designated XP-936, with the first flight on 20 March 1932.The Boeing XP-936 had a landing problem. Sometimes when landing it would flip forward and because of the short nose it would roll onto its back. This injured many pilots until the unarmored back canopy was replaced with an armored headrest. An additional 25 aircraft were completed as P-26Bs, with Pratt & Whitney R-1340-33 Wasp engines, and 23 P-26Cs had minor changes to carburation and the fuel system. Both Spain (one fighter) and China (11 fighters) ordered the Model 281 export version of the P-26C in 1936.The diminutive "Peashooter" as it became affectionately known by service pilots, was faster than previous American combat aircraft, but it was also an anachronism. Although the P-26 introduced a modern monoplane design, worldwide fighter aircraft developments soon outstripped the P-26. In Europe the Messerschmitt Bf 109 and Hawker Hurricane with closed cockpits and which both flew for the first time in 1935 were more representative of contemporary monoplane fighter designs. However, the P-26 was easy to fly and remained in active service for many years until the United States entered World War II.
The Boeing XP-936 had a landing problem. Sometimes when landing it would flip forward and because of the short nose it would roll onto its back. This injured many pilots until the unarmored back canopy was replaced with an armored headrest. An additional 25 aircraft were completed as P-26Bs, with Pratt & Whitney R-1340-33 Wasp engines, and 23 P-26Cs had minor changes to carburation and the fuel system. Both Spain (one fighter) and China (11 fighters) ordered the Model 281 export version of the P-26C in 1936.
The diminutive "Peashooter" as it became affectionately known by service pilots, was faster than previous American combat aircraft, but it was also an anachronism. Although the P-26 introduced a modern monoplane design, worldwide fighter aircraft developments soon outstripped the P-26. In Europe the Messerschmitt Bf 109 and Hawker Hurricane with closed cockpits and which both flew for the first time in 1935 were more representative of contemporary monoplane fighter designs. However, the P-26 was easy to fly and remained in active service for many years until the United States entered World War II.

HS-123

$ 8.00 USD

The Henschel Hs 123 was a single-seat biplane dive bomber and close-support attack aircraft flown by the German Luftwaffe during the Spanish Civil War and the early to mid-point of World War II. Although an obsolete design, it continued to see front-line service until 1944, and was only withdrawn due a dearth of serviceable airframes and spare parts.

 

 

FS2004 Lockheed Air Express

$ 5.00 USD

The Lockheed Air Express was the second aircraft design created by the Lockheed
Aircraft Company after its founding in 1927; the type first flew in April 1928. The Air
Express was based around the original fuselage of the Vega, but the wing was raised
to a parasol configuration above the fuselage and the cockpit was moved behind the
wing. The design was a commercial success for the company although only seven
were built. This is a fully animated model, reflective textures & glass with TWO
texture sets, "Gilmore Lion" and "Texaco".

 

FS2004 Lockheed Sirius

$ 5.00 USD

 Charles A. Lindbergh's Lockheed Sirius low wing mono plane. The Sirius was
designed in 1929 by John K. Northrop and Gerard Vultee. This is a fully animated
model, reflective textures & glass .

 

 

FS2004 Bristol Bulldog MKII

$ 5.00 USD



In September 1926, the Air Ministry stated a need for a single-seat fighter capable of
operating in day and night-time conditions; to be armed with two 0.303 in (7.7 mm)
Vickers machine guns and to be powered by a radial air-cooled engine.

 

 

FS2004 Gloster Gamecock

$ 5.00 USD

Fully animated interior and exterior with
clickable  switches, partially animated pilot.
Comes with 1 texture set.

 

FS2004 Gloster Gauntlet MKII

$ 5.00 USD

Fully animated interior & exterior
includes 6 texture sets

 

FS2004 Bristol M1c Bullet

$ 5.00 USD

 Comes with 2 texture sets, fully animated with
animated pilot and machinegun FX. Detailed cockpit

 

 

FS2004 De Havilland DH-5

$ 5.00 USD

 Fully animated Model including the rotary engine
Comes with 3 texture sets.

 

 

FS2004 Predator

$ 4.00 USD

A long-endurance, medium-altitude unmanned aircraft system for surveillance and reconnaissance missions. Surveillance imagery from
synthetic aperture radar, video cameras and a Forward Looking Infrared
(FLIR) can be distributed in real-time both to the front line soldier and to the
operational commander, or worldwide in real-time via satellite communication
links. MQ-1, armed with AGM-114 Hellfire missiles, is the multi-role version
which is used for armed reconnaissance and interdiction.

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