B-25 Mitchell is an American twin-engine medium bomber and manufactured by North American Aviation.
It was named in honor of General Billy Mitchell ƒ??
the pioneer of US military aviation. B-25 Mitchell was used in every
theater in World War II and as well as many other air force after the
war ended. By the end of the war, this aircraft had completed over 300
missions The project of B-25 was a descendant of the earlier XB-21
(North American-39) at the mid-1930s. Using the experience gained in
developing XB-21 aircraft was eventually used by North American in
designing the B-25 (called the NA-40 by the company). With several
modifications after one NA-40 was built. Being done to test a number of
potential improvements which included Wright R-2600 radial engines and
which become standard on the later B-25.
- Big 1/32 scale
- Authentic Surface Detail
- Over Half Million Rivets
- Highly Detailed Wright R2600 Engines
- Detail Cockpit and Bomb-bay
- Colorful Marking
- Wing Span; 643mm
- Length: 547.7mm
- Containing 514 parts