Sukhoi SU-24M Fencer D – Blue 91, Russian Air Force (Camouflaged)
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Calibre Wings 1/72 scale CA722406; Sukhoi SU-24M (NATO Codename: Fencer D), Serial Blue 91 of the Russian Air Force. Limited edition of 1,000 pieces.
PLEASE NOTE: This model has an accurate looking weathered paint finish with panel line shading to more closely resemble the real aircraft in service.
Length 12.25 inches Wingspan 9.75 inches
The Sukhoi Su-24 (NATO reporting name: Fencer) is a supersonic, all-weather attack aircraft developed in the Soviet Union. The aircraft has a variable-sweep wing, twin-engines and a side-by-side seating arrangement for its two crew. It was the first of the USSR’s aircraft to carry an integrated digital navigation/attack system. It remains in service with the Russian Air Force, Ukrainian Air Force, and various air forces to which it was exported.
The Su-24M front-line bomber is manufactured by the Sukhoi Design Bureau Joint Stock Company, based in Moscow, and the Novosibirsk Aircraft Production Association, Novosibirsk, Russia. The Su-24M entered service in 1983 and is a development of the Su-24, known by the NATO codename ‘Fencer’.
More than 900 Su-24s have been delivered, and the aircraft is in service with the Russian Air Force and Navy, and the air forces of Azerbaijan, Algeria, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Libya, Syria, Sudan and Ukraine.
The Su-24M front-line bomber is designed to penetrate hostile territory and destroy ground and surface targets in any weather conditions, by day and night. Variants of the Su-24 have also been produced, designed for reconnaissance and electronic countermeasures.
400 Russian Air Force Su-24M were upgraded to M2 standard with navigation and weapons systems to enable launch of new versions of Kh-29 and other missiles. Upgrades include a new SV-24 computer, liquid crystal displays, ILS-31 head-up display, digital moving map and global positioning system. In 2010 the Russian Air Force began replacing the Su-24 with the Su-34 Fullback.
Upgraded Su-24M of the Russian Navy’s Black Sea fleet took part in Caucasus-2020 multinational command post exercise held in Russia in September 2020.
Realistic looking ejection seats
Cockpit canopies in open or closed position
Working glove vanes
Movable sweep wings & horizontal stabilizers
Interchangeable engine nozzles in open or closed positions
Undercarriage extended or raised
Engine intake and exhaust covers
Pay load ordnance
Deluxe display stand
Limited edition metal plate