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Aircraft History

Each one of our products are named after a Military aircraft to honor our military personnel who have and are serving our country so we can enjoy such products.
We will give a 10% discount to all military personnel with valid ID.
AC-130W Stinger II
Plain Stingers
Fully Loaded Stingers
Fully Armed Stingers
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The AC-130 Stinger is an United States Air Force aircraft that was originally a cargo plane.  Due to the demand for more aerial gunship support the MC-130 was renamed to the AC-130 and its sole focus is to watch over the skies.  Top speed is 300 mph with a crew of seven: two pilots, two navigators, one engineer and two loadmasters.  The AC-130 costs $110 million and is armed with a 30 mm gun with traceless ammunition.  

F-22 Raptor
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The F-22 Raptor is a fighter aircraft that belongs to the United States Air Force.  It is armed with a M61A2 cannon and several other guns.  The Raptor has a speed of Mach 2 and can travel 1600 nm.  The F-22 was selected in 1991 to begin production and in December 2005 it was officially added to the fleet.  The F-22 can cruise at Mach 1.5 without using the afterburner and reaches supersonic speeds when the afterburner is used.

E3 Sentry AWACS
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The E-3 Sentry AWACS is part of the United States Air Force fleet.  The E-3 Sentry can fly at 300 mph for a range of 5,000 nm.  It has a flight crew of four plus 13-19 specialists.  The AWACS stands for Airborne Warning and Control System.  The rotating dome on top is 30-foot wide and scans a wide area for aerial threats and traffic.  The radar has a range of 250 miles and can detect, identify and track enemy and friendly aircraft.  Its radar capabilities provide air support to the fighter aircraft during missions.

F-18 Hornet
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The FA-18 Hornet is a member of the United States Navy fleet.  This aircraft is a fighter jet that can reach speeds of Mach 1.7.  The F-18 is the US Navy’s primary strike and air superiority aircraft.  The Hornet is a fighter aircraft as well as an attack aircraft.  It is capable of escorting with protection and its maneuverability gives it the capability to attack with swift and sharp angles.

MH-60 Jayhawk

The MH-60 Jayhawk is a member of the United States Coast Guard.  Although the Jayhawk is primarily used for search and rescue it is armed with a M240J machine gun.  It can fly at 180 knots with a range of 700 nautical miles.  MH-60 Jayhawks are located at seven Coast Guard and ATC Mobile air stations and is ready for any search and rescue mission that comes its way.

MH-47 Chinook

The MH-47 Chinook is a member of the United States Army.  The Chinook is armed with two M134 7.62 mm miniguns and two M240D 7.62 mm machine guns.  The crew operating the MH-47 is one pilot, one co-pilot and three crew chiefs/gunners.  The MH-47 has an in-flight refueling capability for long range missions.  The incorporation of its combat system allows the Chinook to have more survivability on missions in deep enemy territory and during nighttime missions.

K-46 Tanker
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The KC-46 Tanker is part of the United States Air Force fleet.  The Boeing built KC-46 Tanker is the military version of the commercial 767 aircraft.  The KC-46 can fly at 530 mph and has a weight capacity of 65,000 pounds.  There are a total of 58 seats on board but only 15 are permanent seats for aircrew and passengers.  It is capable of refueling any fixed-wing receiver capable aircraft on any mission. 

B-2 Bomber
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The B-2 Spirit Bomber is a member of the United States Air Force.  It has a subsonic speed and can soar at 50,000 feet.  It has a payload of 40,000 pounds and can be armed with conventional or nuclear weapons.  The combination of reduced infrared, acoustic, electromagnetic, visual and radar signatures make it nearly impossible to be detected by the enemy.

MQ1B Predator
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The MQ-1B Predator is part of the United States Air Force inventory.  Although it has two pilots it doesn’t have any on board crew members.  The Predator is a drone that is armed with two laser-guided missiles. The Predator can fly at 84 mph with a range of 770 miles.  It is primarily used as an intelligence-collection asset and its secondary function is against dynamic execution targets.  

T-38 Talon
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The T-38 Talon is a critical training aircraft of the United States Air Force.  The Talon can travel at 812 mph for 1,093 miles.  The aircraft seats a trainee and one instructor.  The Talon is used to simulate the F-15 Strike Eagle, F-16 Falcon, B-1B Lancer, A-10 Thunderbolt and the F-22 Raptor making this aircraft an ultimate training machine.

AV-8B Harrier
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The AV-8B Harrier is a member of the United States Marine Corps.  The Harrier is armed with  a GAU-12 25 mm cannon, 4 - LAU-5003 rocket pods, 4 - AIM-9 Sidewinder, 6 - AIM-120 AMRAAM, 6 - AGM-65 Maverick, 2 - AGM-84 Harpoon, 2 - AGM-88 HARM, Mark 80 bombs and Paveway laser-guided bombs.  The Harrier can hover like a helicopter and then take off mid-air like a jet.  This aircraft is used for multiple missions, which include attacking and destroying surface and air targets, escorting helicopters, engaging in air-to-air defense, providing reconnaissance and applying offensive and defensive support

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