Reconnaissance Satellites KH-4A Corona Papercraft

KH-4A Recon Satellite Corona is build by CIA with the assistance of U.S Air Force. Corona satellites were used for photographic surveillance of the Soviet Union (USSR), the People’s Republic of China, and other areas beginning in June 1959 and ending in May 1972.

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Reconnaissance Satellites KH-4A Corona Papercraft

KH-4A Recon Satellite Corona is build by CIA with the assistance of U.S Air Force. Corona satellites were used for photographic surveillance of the Soviet Union (USSR), the People’s Republic of China, and other areas beginning in June 1959 and ending in May 1972.

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Republic F-84F Thunderstreak Papercraft

Republic F-84F Thunderstreak also known as RF-84F Thunderflash was an American-built swept-wing turbojet fighter-bomber. While an evolutionary development of the straight-wing F-84 Thunderjet, the F-84F was a new design. The RF-84F Thunderflash was a photo reconnaissance version.

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Republic F-84F Thunderstreak Papercraft

Republic F-84F Thunderstreak also known as RF-84F Thunderflash was an American-built swept-wing turbojet fighter-bomber. While an evolutionary development of the straight-wing F-84 Thunderjet, the F-84F was a new design. The RF-84F Thunderflash was a photo reconnaissance version.

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Webley Mk VI Revolver

Indiana Jones’ weapon of choice in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade is a Webley Mk VI revolver. Although the movie takes place in 1938, the Mk VI is an older weapon which, starting in 1915, was issued as the standard sidearm for British troops during World War I. Designed by Tektonten Papercraft Indiana Jones Papercraft:

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Webley Mk VI Revolver

Indiana Jones’ weapon of choice in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade is a Webley Mk VI revolver. Although the movie takes place in 1938, the Mk VI is an older weapon which, starting in 1915, was issued as the standard sidearm for British troops during World War I. Designed by Tektonten Papercraft Indiana Jones Papercraft:

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Sukhoi Su-9 Papercraft

The Su-9 was the Su-7’s interceptor counterpart, serving exclusively with the Soviet PVO (air defence force). The tailed delta Su-9 was generally similar in configuration to the MiG-21, though larger and heavier.This aircraft was never exported outside the Soviet Union, and saw active duty for only a brief period before other aircraft developments moved the Su-9 into second line service.

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Sukhoi Su-9 Papercraft

The Su-9 was the Su-7’s interceptor counterpart, serving exclusively with the Soviet PVO (air defence force). The tailed delta Su-9 was generally similar in configuration to the MiG-21, though larger and heavier.This aircraft was never exported outside the Soviet Union, and saw active duty for only a brief period before other aircraft developments moved the Su-9 into second line service.

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USS Sims (DD-409) Papercraft

USS Sims (DD-409) was the lead ship of her class of destroyers in the United States Navy during World War II. She was the first ship to be named for William Sims, an Admiral who pushed for the modernization of the Navy. Sims was laid down on 15 July 1937 by Bath Iron Works Corporation, Bath, Maine; launched on 8 April 1939; sponsored by Mrs.

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USS Sims (DD-409) Papercraft

USS Sims (DD-409) was the lead ship of her class of destroyers in the United States Navy during World War II. She was the first ship to be named for William Sims, an Admiral who pushed for the modernization of the Navy. Sims was laid down on 15 July 1937 by Bath Iron Works Corporation, Bath, Maine; launched on 8 April 1939; sponsored by Mrs.

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Kaiten Suicide Torpedo Papercraft

The Kaiten (“Heaven Shakers”) were manned torpedoes intended for suicide attack. They were based on the Model 3 Long Lance torpedo. The design was completed in the spring of 1943, but senior officers initially rejected the concept because there was no way for the pilot to escape.

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Kaiten Suicide Torpedo Papercraft

The Kaiten (“Heaven Shakers”) were manned torpedoes intended for suicide attack. They were based on the Model 3 Long Lance torpedo. The design was completed in the spring of 1943, but senior officers initially rejected the concept because there was no way for the pilot to escape.

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