Jordi Rubio - Military model shop, models and supplies

Mini Cart


F4F-4 F4F-3 fighters at Midway. Dual Combo Eduard-11166


Eduard 1/48

1 in stock

Compra este producto ahora y acumula 63 Puntos!


The Battle of Midway, fought June 4-7, 1942, was a crucial turning point in the Pacific Theater during World War II. It was a confrontation between the U.S. and Japanese fleets, marked by strategic superiority and code-breaking ability on the part of the United States.

U.S. naval codes were able to decipher Japanese plans to attack Midway Island, allowing the U.S. Navy to anticipate and counter enemy moves. The battle culminated in the destruction of four Japanese aircraft carriers, drastically altering the balance of power in the Pacific.

Midway represented a significant turning point in the war, as the U.S. Navy, led by admirals such as Chester W. Nimitz and Raymond A. Spruance, demonstrated its ability to meet and defeat the formidable Imperial Japanese Navy. This strategic victory reduced the Japanese threat in the Pacific and paved the way for the Allied offensive that would eventually lead to Japan’s surrender in 1945.

Characteristics of the model:

Limited edition kit of the US F4F-3 and F4F-4 Wildcat shipboard fighter in 1/48 scale.

The kit features U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Wildcats from pre-war service through the Battle of Midway.

  • Marking options: 10
  • Eduard Photo-etched parts: pre-painted
  • Paint mask: yes

Additional information



There are no reviews yet.

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.

1 in stock

Compra este producto ahora y acumula 63 Puntos!


Más en @jordirubiosl

Contact us on WhatsApp
Contact us on WhatsApp