Curtiss P-40 Warhawk
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Curtiss P-40 Warhawk: The Famous Flying Tigers Fighter (Legends of Warfare:
The Curtiss P-40 had a production run of 13,738 aircraft, making it the third most produced US fighter of WWII. Famous as the "shark-mouthed" aircraft of the legendary American Volunteer Group―"Flying Tigers"―the P-40 was first flown in 1938, and was used by the United States and many of its Allies throughout the war. This volume tells the story of this iconic aircraft―from design and construction to combat use to detailed images of existing examples―through carefully researched photos, some of which have never before been published, and which are reproduced in remarkable clarity. These stunning photos, coupled with descriptive and informative captions, put the reader in the skies with this historic aircraft.
- ASIN: 0764354329
New Ray, WW II, 1:48 scale, Curtiss P-40 Warhawk, plastic
The Curtiss P-40 Warhawk is an American single-engined, single-seat, all-metal fighter and ground-attack aircraft that first flew in 1938. The P-40 design was a modification of the previous Curtiss P-36 Hawk which reduced development time and enabled a rapid entry into production and operational service. The Warhawk was used by most Allied powers during World War II, and remained in frontline service until the end of the war. It was the third most-produced American fighter, after the P-51 and P-47; by November 1944, when production of the P-40 ceased, 13,738 had been built, all at Curtiss-Wright Corporation's main production facilities at Buffalo, New York. P-40 Warhawk was the name the United States Army Air Corps and after June 1941, USAAF-adopted name for all models, making it the official name in the U.S. for all P-40s. The British Commonwealth and Soviet air forces used the name Tomahawk for models equivalent to the P-40B and P-40C, and the name Kittyhawk for models equivalent to the P-40D and all later variants. P-40s first saw combat with the British Commonwealth squadrons of the Desert Air Force in the Middle East and North African campaigns, during June 1941. No. 112 Squadron Royal Air Force, was among the first to operate Tomahawks in North Africa and the unit was...
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- ASIN: B003TH9S36
- UPC: 635635051891
Curtiss P-40: Snub-nosed Kittyhawks and Warhawks (Air
An improved version of the Allison V-1710 engine gave rise to the Curtiss H-87, which began life in 1941 as the P-40D and featured a completely redesigned fuselage. The shorter and deeper nose of the new fighter gave it a decidedly snub-nosed appearance compared to the earlier P-40 models. Curtiss continued to tweak the H-87 for the next two years in the search for better performance, but the last major version, the P-40N, was only marginally faster than the first. In the process, Curtiss even tried an engine change to the Packard Merlin in the P-40F and L but to no avail. What the late model P-40s lacked in speed and service ceiling, they traded for maneuverability, durability and availability. Their niche became fighter-bomber operations, and they fought on fronts as varied as the arctic wastes of the Aleutian Islands and Iceland, the steaming jungles of the South Pacific and the barren deserts of North Africa. P-40s were a common sight in the skies over Burma and China, Sicily and Italy, and western Russia as well. By the time production ceased in 1944, Curtiss had produced nearly 14,000 P-40s.
- Brand: Osprey
- ASIN: 1780969120
COBI Small Army Curtiss P-40 War Hawk Building Kit,
The Curtiss P-40 war Hawk was a us fighter plane from World War II. It was powered by an Allison v-1717-39 engine. The plane could reach the flight levels of 8, 800M and speeds up to 590 kph. On its wings, There were 6 Browning M2 12.7mm rifles. Between 1939 and 1944 there were almost 14, 000 of these planes produced in different versions. This unique construction block 5519 plane has retractable landing gear, a rotating propeller, flaps and easy to disassemble pilot's cabin. In the set, apart from the plane, you can find a figure of a pilot and a block stand for the plane.
- Color: Multicolor
- Brand: COBI
- ASIN: B01JXHFX8Y
Smithsonian Museum Replica Series P-40
Highly detailed 1:48 scale desktop model of the P-40 Warhawk. Model features the authentic "Flying Tigers" markings, complete with a shark's mouth painted on its nose replicating one of the most distinctive fighters of WWII. This aircraft was flown by The 1st American Volunteer Group (AVG) of the Chinese Air Force in 1941-1942, and was composed of pilots from the United States Army (USAAF), Navy (USN), and Marine Corps (USMC), recruited under presidential sanction. Model includes display stand and educational collector's card. Officially licensed model in collaboration with the curators of the Smithsonian Institution. Measures 7.5 inches long with 9 inch wingspan.
- Brand: Smithsonian Museum Replica Series
- ASIN: B002NG9ZE6
- UPC: 783746020180
Curtiss P-40, F,K,L,M,N models
The Curtiss P-40, known to Americans as Warhawk, and to their allies of the British Commonwealth as Tomahawk and Kittyhawk, fought on nearly all fronts of the Second World War, serving with the American, British, Australian, New Zealand, South African, Canadian, Free French, Chinese, Dutch, and Soviet air forces. The American Warhawks were part of as many as nine US Army Air Forces stationed overseas: the 5th (Australia, New Guinea, Philippines); the 6th (Central America); the 7th (central Pacific); the 9th (Middle East, North Africa), the 10th (India, Burma), the 11th (Alaska, Aleutians), the 12th (North Africa, Italy); the 13th (the Solomons); and the 14th (China). During the first years of the war the P-40 helped the Allies stem the offensive of the Axis powers and fight them back at the last-ditch defensive positions, like Kunming in China, Port Moresby on New Guinea, Darwin in Australia, and El Alamein in Egypt. Never a high-performance fighter, it nonetheless proved a potent weapon in capable hands. Often turned into a fighter-bomber in later years, it soldiered on until phased out in favor of more advanced designs.
- ASIN: 8365437244
COBI Curtiss P-40B Tomahawk Building
The Curtiss P-40B Tomahawk was a single-seat, American fighter from world war II. British and Soviet versions of this machine were named 'Tomahawk' - they were armed in American equipment and 7.7mm caliber rifles.This new block 5527 from COBI has a block stand with printed name. The plane is equipped with easy-to-open pilot's cockpit, rotating flaps and retractable landing gear.
- Color: Colorful
- Brand: COBI
- ASIN: B076X4K7TH
Daron Worldwide Trading P-40 Warhawk Hell's Angels 1:90
Hell's Angels were the 3rd Squadron of the famous Flying Tigers. During World War II, they operated mainly on the Pacific Front. The Curtiss P-40B War hawk was one of WWII's most produced aircraft, with more than 13,000 delivered by the end of the war. The aircraft was designed to be both a fighter and ground attack plane. The P-40B flew at a maximum speed of 360 mph. It was armed with six 12.7-mm machine guns, and could carry up to 2,000 lbs. of bombs.
- Brand: Daron
- ASIN: B00SARI62Y
- UPC: 885208601606
Curtiss P-40 Warhawk: (Tomahawk/Kittyhawk) (SMI
Curtiss P-40, known to Americans as Warhawk, and to their allies of the British Commonwealth as Tomahawk and Kittyhawk, fought on nearly all fronts of the Second World War, serving with the American, British, Australian, New Zealand, South African, Canadian, Free French, Chinese, Dutch and Soviet air forces. The American Warhawks were part of as many as nine US Army Air Forces stationed overseas: the 5th (Australia, New Guinea, Philippines); the 6th (Central America); the 7th (central Pacific); the 9th (Middle East, North Africa), the 10th (India, Burma), the 11th (Alaska, Aleutians), the 12th (North Africa, Italy); the 13th (the Solomons); and the 14th (China). During the first years of the war the P-40 helped the Allies stem the offensive of the Axis powers and fight them back at the last-ditch defensive positions, like Kunming in China, Port Moresby on New Guinea, Darwin in Australia or El Alamein in Egypt. Never a high-performance fighter, it nonetheless proved a potent weapon in capable hands. Often turned into a fighter-bomber in later years, it soldiered on until phased out in favor of more advanced designs.
- ASIN: 8364596314
New Ray Curtiss P-40 Warhawk Plane Model Kit 1:48 Scale (Assembly Required) by
1:48 Scale;Fuselage Approx. 8 Inches Long, Wingspan Approx. 9 Inches;Plastic Model Requires Assembly, Screwdriver Included, No Glue Needed;Plastic Stand Included;Pre-Painted w/ Graphics
- Brand: NewRay
- ASIN: B01M5K9OSY
- UPC: 794819185316
Airfix WWII Curtiss P-40B Warhawk 1:48 Military Aircraft Plastic Model
During the early stages of WWII, the American built Curtiss P-40B proved to be one of the most important fighter aircraft available to Allied Air Forces. Flying with the RAF in North Africa and the American Volunteer Group in China, the Allison V-1710-33 powered P-40B was to became one of the most distinctive fighters of the entire war, wearing their fearsome shark-mouth artwork. Arguably, the most striking versions of the P-40 were the early machines, which displayed an extremely sinister profile – with a shorter, more pointed nose and an extremely throaty Allison V-1710 engine, the P-40B (Tomahawk IIa in RAF service) aircraft looked almost like flying Great White sharks. When RAF No.112 Squadron of the Desert Air Force added aggressive looking sharks teeth and eyes to their aircraft in 1941, they inadvertently turned their Tomahawks into some of the most iconic aircraft of WWII and certainly some of the most visually appealing. These designs would find their way on to many different aircraft throughout the remainder of the war, but the RAF Desert Air Force certainly started the trend. Livery A: P40B Lt. George Welch, 47th PS, 15th PG, December 1941 Hawaii Livery B: Hawk 81-A-2 No47 (P-8127) Robert T. Smith, 3rd Squadron (Hell's Angels) American Volunteer Group, Kunming, China...
- Brand: Airfix
- ASIN: B018G91FGO
Warpaint Series No. 77 - Curtiss P-40
Derived from the earlier Curtiss 75 Hawk the P-40 Warhawk was an attempt to update the original design for more modern warfare. Unfortunately the aircraft that first emerged was seriously underpowered, undergunned and suffering from stability problems. Although not an auspicious start for a fighter design the Curtiss engineers and those of Allison, the engine builders, finally resulted in an aircraft that was worthy of the appellation fighter. While the P-40 would never really gain the fame of other aircraft destined to play their roles in the forthcoming global conflict it would carve out a niches for itself in the deserts of Arabia, the icy Arctic and across the Pacific. Thus in the hands of experienced pilots determined to wring the best out of tools to hand the P-40 was more than able to match the best that the enemy could throw at it. The first claim to fame for the P-40 was with the American Volunteer Group better known as the Flying Tigers created to support the Chinese Government in repulsing the Japanese invaders. Sporting shark mouths on the nose panels these early aircraft, sometimes working in desperate conditions, repulsed the invaders with great skill and held them at bay until America joined the war. With the air forces of other countries the P-40 made its mark. In...
- ASIN: B004DH1ASM
InAir Diecast 3.5" P-40 Warhawk -
This small die-cast metal replica of the P-40 Warhawk has a 4.5 inch wingspan and measures 3.5 inches long. Kids can use their imagination to create tactical flights, air defense operations, and ground-attacks! Great value!
- Brand: InAir
- ASIN: B000XTLQQU
- UPC: 783746002087
Curtiss P-40 Long-nosed Tomahawks (Air
This volume details the design, development, and operational history of the Curtiss P-40, the primary American fighter when the country entered World War II.
- Brand: Osprey
- ASIN: 1780969090
ティーモデル キュートファイターシリーズ P-40ウォーホーク with 犬パイロットフィギュア プラモデル TMOTT002 / TIGTT002 Tiger Model Cute Plane Series - Curtiss P-40 Warhawk and Pilot [Model Building
- Brand: Kdesign
- ASIN: B078NMVCB5
Famous Airplanes of the World. No. 39. March 1993. Curtiss P-40
Curtiss P-40 Warhawk Famous Airplanes of the World Curtiss P-40 Warhawk This item is a Japanese-language book or magazine about aircraft and/or aircraft modeling. Features loads of B&W photos, diagrams and marking, illustrations, 88 pages, Softcover. Text in Japanese. Manufacturer/Publisher: Bunrindo.
- ASIN: B003HOUIJO
Hasegawa 1/48 P-40E Warhawk
Plastic model kit requiring assembly.
- Brand: Hasegawa
- ASIN: B0017TDC0I
- UPC: 885172878745
Planejunkie P-40 Warhawk 1 by Larry McManus - Curtiss P-40 Warhawk Aviation - Digital Art (Semi-Gloss Paper - 30" Wide
Plane Type: P-40 Warhawk The Curtiss P-40 Warhawk was an American single-engined, single-seat, all-metal fighter and ground-attack aircraft that first flew in 1938. The P-40 design was a modification of the previous Curtiss P-36 Hawk which reduced development time and enabled a rapid entry into production and operational service. The Warhawk was used by most Allied powers during World War II, and remained in frontline service until the end of the war. It was the third most-produced American fighter, after the P-51 and P-47; by November 1944, when production of the P-40 ceased, 13,738 had been built
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- ASIN: B079VX7K8Q
Pilots Manual for Curtiss P-40
- ASIN: B00LCEZOIQ
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