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Dragon Wings
This series includes high quality diecast models of modern and historical aircraft. Each item is recreated with lifelike details and is true to scale. Titles include many of today’s most popular commercial airlines and both modern and historic military aircraft.
1/200 XB-70 Valkyrie AV-1 NASA 20001 (Military)
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ITEM NO: DRW 52014
EAN-13 BARCODE: 0089195520142
SCALE: 1:200
ANNOUNCED ON: 2/27/2012
ARRIVED ON: 4/20/2012
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Barcode: 0 89195 52014
Case Pack: 24 pieces per master carton
Box Size: 12.6" x 6.3" x 2.4"

The USA has produced a string of experimental aircraft that have tested the furthest limits of aerospace technology. XB-70 Valkyrie is one of these fascinating aircraft. Development of the XB-70 by the North American Aviation commenced in the late 1950s, and it was a prototype of the B-70 deep-penetration bomber that was supposed to enter the ranks of the US Air Force. The six-engine aircraft was to fly at mach 3+ speeds armed with nuclear bombs at a maximum ceiling of 21,000m to avoid interceptors. Interestingly, as advanced as the Valkyrie's technology was, the introduction of high-altitide surface-to-air missles (SAM) and intercontinental ballistic missles (ICBM) made the need for the B-70 redundant and the program was cancelled in 1961. Nevertheless, two XB-70A aircraft were built and flew in a battery of supersonic test flights from September 1964 through to August 1969, although one was lost in a midair collision. They contributed to the study of aerodynamics and propulsion of supersonic aircraft.