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1/72 Scale JB-3 Tiamat Subsonic Air-to-air Missile 3d printed

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1/72 Scale JB-3 Tiamat Subsonic Air-to-air Missile 3d printed
1/72 Scale JB-3 Tiamat Subsonic Air-to-air Missile 3d printed

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1/72 Scale JB-3 Tiamat Subsonic Air-to-air Missile

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  • 3D printed in White Strong & Flexible Polished: White nylon plastic polished to reveal a smooth matte finish.
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The JB-3 Tiamat subsonic air-to-air missile program began in January 1944 under project MX-570. Prime contractor was Hughes who developed the Tiamat with the assistance of the NACA. JB-3 prototypes were initially launched from the ground with the aid of a booster and then from A-26 Invader aircraft. The JB-3 was propelled by a dual-thrust (boost/sustain) solid-fueled rocket motor and had three comparatively large wings with control surfaces for stability and control. The Tiamat used a semi-active radar seeker and the warhead was triggered by a proximity fuze.
Testing and development of the JB-3 continued until after World War II, but in late 1946 or early 1947, the program was eventually terminated. By that time, more promising air-to-air missile projects had been started, notably the AAM-A-1 Firebird and AAM-A-2/F-98/GAR-1 Falcon.
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1/72 Scale JB-3 Tiamat Air-to-air Missile
White Strong & Flexible Polished
Width
6.1 cm
Height
2.2 cm
Depth
1.9 cm

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