This model is in 1/700 scale. The 4x Two-Seater A-10 Thunderbolt II attack aircraft are attached as a single sprue by a wire under the main body of the aircraft. Once cut the aircraft do not require any assembly. This version of the aircraft is armed with eight Mk 84 unguided bomb and has the AN/ALQ-184 ECM Pod.
According to Wikipedia: "One experimental two-seat A-10 Night Adverse Weather (N/AW) version was built by converting an A-10A. The N/AW was developed by Fairchild from the first Demonstration Testing and Evaluation (DT&E) A-10 for consideration by the USAF. It included a second seat for a weapons system officer responsible for electronic countermeasures (ECM), navigation and target acquisition. The N/AW version did not interest the USAF or export customers. The two-seat trainer version was ordered by the Air Force in 1981, but funding was canceled by U.S. Congress and the jet was not produced. The only two-seat A-10 built now resides at Edwards Air Force Base's Flight Test Center Museum."