Douglas A-1H Skyraider V11 USAF 3D model
This Skyraider is built very near to actual scale. The model has animateable features including propeller, landing gear, landing gear doors, rudder, elevators, ailerons, and flaps. The engine is extremely detailed and realistic. It also is equipped with 3d model rockets that can be animated to launch, and 3d model Napalm bombs that can be dropped. The cockpit is well detailed including instrumentation and controls, seat and console. The canopy can be opened or animated. It is fully textured and includes a lot of exterior detail. It is available in many formats. This model was designed for use in animation video or video scenes as either a static or active animated object.
Douglas A-1 Skyraider is an American single-seat attack aircraft, originally designed at the end of WWII as a carrier based torpedo bomber. The Douglas AD-1 was spared after WWII as the Navy saw the potential of aircraft. It was renamed the Skyraider and entered service in the late 1940s. It served in Korea and Vietnam with the USAF, US Marines, US Navy, and other military around the world. It was re-designated in the early 1960s as the A-1 Skyraider and the variants renumbered. The last of the Skyraider were retired in the 1990s. It is the largest single piston-engine fighter bomber ever produced and carried huge stores of weapons.