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A-6E Intruder Navy Model

Grumman A6E Intruder Navy Wood Model Airplane


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A-6E Intruder Navy Model

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Museum quality Navy A-6E Intruder wooden model airplane, perfect gift for pilots and collectors.

Model Airplane: A-6E Intruder Attack Aircraft
Wingspan: 15.9"
Fuselage Length: 16.4"
Scale: 1/40
Material: Mahogany wood
Manufacturer: Grumman Aerospace
Engine: Jet - Turbojet
Era: Post-World War II, Vietnam War
Branch: United States Navy (US Navy)

Model Airplane Factory, makers of hand made model aircraft, presents to you our Grumman A6E Intruder Navy Wood Model Airplane. The Navy A-6E Intruder wooden model airplane is meticulously carved and painted to reflect the true detail of the original A-6 Intruder attack aircraft. Our A6 intruder model airplane is a beautiful, handmade authentic replica, made from the very finest grade of select kiln-dried wood and painstakingly decorated by our skilled craftsmen. USN a-6 Intruder display model showcases the exact markings of the actual Grumman A-6E Intruder aircraft of US Navy and has a wingspan of 15.9 inches, body length of 16.4 inches. The A6E Intruder fighter model airplane is made to recognized collector scale of 1/40 for enhanced value. A6e Intruder model airplane includes hand-made armaments to represent real weapon loads based on the original Grumman A-6E intruder aircraft.

An A-6E Intruder flying over Spain during Operation Matador. The definitive attack version of the Intruder, introduced in 1970, with its first deployment 9 December 1971, with vastly upgraded nav/attack systems. The original search and track radars of the A-6A were replaced by a single AN/APQ-148 Norden multi-mode radar, and the onboard computers with a more sophisticated (and generally more reliable) solid-state electronic system. A new AN/ASN-92 inertial navigation system was added, along with the CAINS (Carrier Aircraft Intertial Navigation System), for greater navigation accuracy. Beginning in 1979 all A-6Es were fitted with the AN/AAS-33 DRS (Detecting and Ranging Set), part of the TRAM (Target Recognition and Attack, Multi-Sensor) system, a small, gyroscopically stabilized turret, mounted under the nose of the aircraft, containing FLIR boresighted with a laser spot-tracker/designator. TRAM was matched with a new AN/APQ-156 Norden radar. The BN could use both TRAM imagery and radar data for extremely accurate attacks, or use the TRAM sensors alone to attack without using the Intruder's radar (which might warn the target). TRAM also allowed the Intruder to autonomously designate and drop laser-guided bombs. In addition, the Intruder used AMTI (Airborne Moving Target Indicator) which allowed the plane to track a moving target (such as a tank or truck) and drop ordnance on him even though the target was moving. Also, the computer system allowed the use of OAPs (Offset Aim Points) which gave the crew the ability to drop on a target if it was unseen on radar, simply by noting the coordinates of a known target nearby and entering the offset range and bearing to the unseen target.

In the early 1990s some surviving A-6Es were upgraded under SWIP (Systems/Weapons Improvement Program) to enable them to use the latest precision-guided munitions, including AGM-65 Maverick, AGM-84 Harpoon, AGM-84E SLAM, AGM-62 Walleye and the AGM-88 HARM anti-radiation missile. After a series of wing-fatigue problems, about 85% of the fleet was fitted with new graphite/epoxy/titanium/aluminum composite wings.

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