1/72 EF-111A Raven "66-6039" 429 ECS/27 FW "Operation Provide Comfort & Southern Watch"
From Hobby Master
CODE: HA3012
Length: 12.25"
Width: 10.5"

The General Dynamics F-111 “Aardvark” entered service in 1967 as a medium-range aircraft 
designed for interdiction and tactical strikes. The F-111 was used as an all-weather attack aircraft 
capable of low-level penetration of enemy territory. It also could be used for reconnaissance and 
electronic warfare. Some unique features are variable geometry wings, the 2 crew members sat 
side by side in an escape capsule, internal weapons bay; terrain following radar and afterburning 
turbofans. The USAF retired their last F-111 in 1998 but the RAAF continued to use theirs.

In October 1993 the 429th ECS (Electronic Combat Squadron) “Black Falcons” became the only 
USAF unit equipped with the EF-111 Ravens. EF-111 Ravens provided tactical electronic 
jamming support to coalition forces enforcing Operation Provide Comfort that was a military 
operation to defend Kurds fleeing their homes in northern in 1991. On August 26, 1992 the United 
States began Operation Southern Watch to enforce United Nations sanctions against Iraq. The 
USAF officially retired the EF-111A in June 1998, and the 429th ECS was inactivated June 19, 
1998.
Assemble Guide: No assembly required.
Our Price: MYR304.00

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