The North American B-25 Mitchell is a medium bomber named in honor of General Billy Mitchell, a United States Army general who is widely regarded as the father of the United States Air Force. A two engine propeller driven aircraft with an H-tail configuration, it was considered to be a safe and forgiving aircraft. The B-25J Mitchell was used extensively during World War II by the Allies, notably on the Pacific Front. The B-25J was by far the most popular of all the B-25 variants. It included additional armaments, modified nose and heavier fuselage panels.
This solid, heavy die-cast metal model is approximately 6 1/2 inches long with 8 inch wingspan. Prebuilt and pre-painted; comes with plastic display stand.