As the Avro Vulcan entered squadron service with N0.83 Squadron at RAF Waddington in July 1957, Britain now possessed the fastest nuclear capable bomber in the world. It seems strange to describe an aircraft which possessed such potential for untold destruction as Britain's most effective peace keeping asset, however, that is what the Vulcan turned out to be. Throughout the Cold Warsaw Pact nations were in no doubt that if they launched an attack against a NATO member country, the consequences of a retaliatory strike would be catastrophic. Without doubt, during the early years of it's service career, nothing represented this doomsday scenario more effectively than the mighty Avro Vulcan.
Length (without packaging): 45cm
Height (without packaging): 11.22cm
Width (without packaging): 47cm
Scheme options: 2
Skill Level 3
Flying hours 4
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