The B-25 Mitchell Was A Medium American Bomber Used During World War Ii, Named In Honor Of Major General William ‘Billy’ Mitchell, A Pioneer Of Us Military Aviation. The B-25 Was A Twin-Engine Mid-Wing Characterized By Three-Point Landing Gear And Double Tail. It Featured A Wide Fuselage With Places For Pilots Next To Each Other. B-25B Version Gained Fame As The First Bomber Used In The Usaaf Front-Line Unit. After The War Ended, Many B-25Bs Remained In Service, Operating Across Four Decades. There Were 120 Planes In This Version Built. The Construction Block Model Of B-25B Has Easy-To-Open Pilot’S Cockpit, Retractable Landing Gear, Rotating Flaps, And Doors That Can Be Opened To Drop Bombs.
- Measurements: 17.71 Length/Inches, 2.36 Width/Inches
- Base Material: 100% Plastic
- Country of Origin: Imported
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