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May 2010
FSM-WB0510_15

The primary German light armored car in World War II, the SdKfz 222 participated in all major actions with the German army.

By Jim Zeske
Published: March 17, 2010
FSM-WB0510_11

Ausf F was the last major production variant of the Panzer II. More than 500 were built in 1941 and 1942 as reconnaissance tanks.

By John Plzak
Published: March 17, 2010
MOD-PL0410_Pegasus1

It’s not the Enterprise, but rather the NSEA Protector from the 1999 movie “Galaxy Quest.” Pegasus’ kit inculdes a detachable command ship secured with magnets.

By Aaron Skinner
Published: March 17, 2010
SCA-NP0210_03

How quaint! Revell Germany’s fully detailed Trabant captures the boxy lines and clunky details of East Germany’s 23hp people mover perfectly.

By Aaron Skinner
Published: March 8, 2010
MOD-MO0310_MMD8

Despite a rough conception and some problems on entering service, General Dynamics’ F-111 developed a reputation as a formidable strike aircraft with the USAF and Royal Australian Air Force.

By Tom Foti
Published: March 8, 2010
MOD-MO0310_MMD7

Top of the line, main battle tank of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army, the ZTZ 99B is considered one of the most advanced tanks in the world. With a seven-speed transmission, it can accelerate from 0-20 mph in 12 seconds.

By Aaron Skinner
Published: March 8, 2010
MOD-MO0310_MMD6

Expected to remain in Royal Air Force service for many years, the swing-wing Tornado has flown missions in Desert Storm as well as Afghanistan and Iraq.

By Chuck Davis
Published: March 8, 2010
FSM-NP0310_100

Serving as the U.S. Navy’s first-line fighter from 1974 to 2006, Grumman’s Tomcat needs little introduction. Trumpeter’s first kit represents the D model Super Tomcat, the last production variant.

By Paul Boyer
Published: March 8, 2010
FSM-NI0310_01

At the same time Trumpeter released its 1/32 scale Tomcat, it also issued a big-scale kit of the F-14’s replacement on U.S. carriers, the Super Hornet.

By Chris Oglesby
Published: March 8, 2010
SCA-NP0210_04

It might be hard to find a more quintessentially ‘60s vehicle than the VW microbus. Revell Germany’s kit captures it well.

By Bob Downie
Published: March 8, 2010
FSM-NP0310_30

The eyes and ears of carrier battle groups, Northrop Grumman’s E-2C Hawkeye provides all-weather early warning as well as command and control.

By Jon Hergenrother
Published: March 8, 2010

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