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1/35 ICM AH-1G Cobra US Attack Helicopter 53031 - MPM Hobbies
1/35 ICM AH-1G Cobra US Attack Helicopter 53031 - MPM Hobbies
1/35 ICM AH-1G Cobra US Attack Helicopter 53031 - MPM Hobbies
1/35 ICM AH-1G Cobra US Attack Helicopter 53031 - MPM Hobbies
1/35 ICM AH-1G Cobra US Attack Helicopter 53031 - MPM Hobbies
1/35 ICM AH-1G Cobra US Attack Helicopter 53031 - MPM Hobbies
1/35 ICM AH-1G Cobra US Attack Helicopter 53031 - MPM Hobbies
1/35 ICM AH-1G Cobra US Attack Helicopter 53031 - MPM Hobbies
1/35 ICM AH-1G Cobra US Attack Helicopter 53031 - MPM Hobbies
1/35 ICM AH-1G Cobra US Attack Helicopter 53031 - MPM Hobbies
1/35 ICM AH-1G Cobra US Attack Helicopter 53031 - MPM Hobbies
1/35 ICM AH-1G Cobra US Attack Helicopter 53031 - MPM Hobbies

1/35 ICM AH-1G Cobra US Attack Helicopter 53031

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  • Scale: 1:35
  • Date: 15.06.2023
  • Time Period: Modern
  • Markings:
    • Ah-1G 68-15531, Company D, 229th Ahb, Quan Loi, 1971
    • Ah-1G 67-15578, 175th Ahc, "Bushwhakers" Platoon, Vinh Long, 1971
    • Ah-1G 67-15738, 129th Ahc, An Son, Summer 1972
    • Ah-1G 68-15054, Troop F, 8th Cav Regiment, Chu Lai, Autumn 1972
    • Ah-1G 70-16000, 3rd Squadron, 8th Cavalry Division, Mainz-Finthen, Autumn 1973
  • Model Size (Length x Width): 459 x 110 mm
  • Box Size: 410 x 260 x 55 mm
  • Number of Details: 305

The AH-1G Cobra attack helicopter was developed by Bell as part of the program to create a specialized attack helicopter. In the fall of 1967, it began to be used in Vietnam, where it demonstrated its high combat qualities. To defeat ground targets, AH-1G helicopters used both built-in weapons—a six-barreled machine gun or grenade launcher—and suspended units of unguided missiles, suspended machine guns, and later—a six-barreled 20 mm gun. Its firepower allowed it to hit even armored targets. Over time, the AH-1G received a number of improvements, including measures to counter surface-to-air missiles with thermal guidance. For this, cooling of the engine exhaust gases was used. In addition, a special pipe was installed on the helicopters, which diverted the hot gases upwards into the plane of rotation of the main rotor. After the end of the war, AH-1G Cobra helicopters continued their service in units stationed in Western Europe.