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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
Due to popular demand...the AGM-129 "Advanced Cruise Missile"!
A "stealth" weapon, in service from 1990 until it's early retirement in 2012, the nuclear armed AGM-129 was carried exclusively by the B-52H, with twelve weapons on two external pylons, plus eight in an internal rotary launcher. Plans to arm the B-1B and B-2 bombers with the weapon, as well as to produce a conventionally armed variant, would evaporate after the end of the Cold War.
Now available for your scale modelling needs; this item's wings and control surfaces are depicted in the folded and stowed configuration, as they would be seen while loaded on a warplane.
This is the six-missile collection; three- and twelve-packs also available. Buy in bulk, and save!