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Italeri S 1/72 CJ Hercules

Italeri brand cj Hercules plastic model kit by Italeri. Suitable for ages 14 & older. Features: highly detailed plastic pieces detailed cockpitexquisitely detailed payload are a rear loading ramp can be modeled in the open or closed position forward crew access ladder can be fixed in the open or Closedposition4 detailed engines window glazingwaterslide decals illustrated instructionsmarkingoptions: one decal sheet with markings for 3 versions: 1) us Maryland air National Guard2) Italian air Force, 46 brigatta Aerea3) royal Air Force, lynehamyou will receive: one plastic modelrequirements: assembly hobby knife (rmxr)cement for plastics (tesr)sprue cutters (hcar)paint (FS flat black, semi-gloss steel, semi-gloss orange, FS flat pale green, FS flat olive drab, FS flat light Ghost gray, metalized Gunmetal, FS flat gunship gray, FS gloss insignia white, gloss red, FS flat air mobility com. Specifications: scale: 1/72 length: (mm)wingspan: (mm)skill level: 4Commentsdue to small parts that could cause a CHOKING HAZARD please keep away from children 3 years of age and Youngerkr10/19/06updated TLC 10/23/15

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Zvezda 1/72 CH Hercules Kit Deep Dive

CH Hercules

By Michael Benolkin

Date of ReviewNovember ManufacturerZvezda
SubjectCH HerculesScale1/72
Kit NumberPrimary MediaStyrene
ProsNice detail optionsConsSee text
Skill LevelExperiencedMSRP (USD)$

Deep Dive

The C Hercules was developed for the United States Air Force in the early s by Lockheed to serve as a tactical transport aircraft replacing airlifters like the C Commando, C Skytrain, and C Flying Boxcar. The first prototype first flew in mid and the Hercules remains in service today, 66 years later. In addition to airlift, the C serves or has served in the airborne command post, electronic warfare, psychological warfare, drone controller, gunship, special operations, airborne recovery of satellite payloads, electronic reconnaissance, weather reconnaissance, bomber, and air refueling roles. In addition to standard runways, the Hercules has flown from unimproved (dirt or grass) fields, ice, and even an aircraft carrier. In addition to the USAF, the C is operated by the US Navy, USMC, and the air forces of over 70 nations.

You may recall a few months ago when we had our first look at this kit from images released by Zvezda. It took about three months before the kit appeared at Hannants in the UK, but I had two on order right away. The first kits should arrive in North America soon (if not already) so I thought we'd take a deep dive into the kit and see what can and cannot be done out of the box. Before we begin, let me acquaint you with some terminology for the C that will be referenced in this article:

  • Station - this is the fuselage station inches from the front reference point of the airframe and the location of the large bulkhead separating the cockpit from the cargo bay
  • Dash 7 (or -7) - this is the version of the T56 turboprop engine fitted to the CB/E (and others) - full notation is TA-7 rated at shp
  • Dash 15 (or ) - this is the version of the T56 turboprop engine fitted to the CH (and others) - full notation is TA rated at shp
  • GTC - Gas Turbine Compressor - provides high-pressure air for pre-flight of pneumatic systems and for starting the CA-E as well as driving an air turbine motor for electrical power when the engines are not running
  • APU - Auxiliary Power Unit - replaces the GTC and provides more air for engine start while generating electrical power. Unlike the GTC, the APU can be used while airborne

The CE was powered by the dash 7 engines and was produced between and The production line changed over to the CH in and with it came the dash 15 engines and the APU in place of the GTC. The dash 15 was installed or retrofitted to some CE airframes such as the RAF's CK (CE with dash 15 engines and British avionics) or some USAF special mission aircraft.

Air refueling is another interesting feature on the C - the RAF's Hercules C1/C3 have an air refueling boom on its forehead while standard U.S. airlifters didn't have any capability for air refueling initially. After combat experience in Vietnam, the AC was the first to be fitted with a air refueling receiver that accepts the boom from the KC/KC, and this was followed by the ECE ABCCC. It was this feature that three ABCCC aircraft had their command post capsules removed and replaced with fuel bladders, pumps and hoses to make the long journey non-stop to Desert One in Iran. One of the three () was lost when a CH collided with it while trying to land in a dust cloud. MCs and the ECH are also recipients of air refueling modifications.

To date, there hasn't been a dedicated kit of the CH in any scale except 1/ by Hasegawa. In fact, most of the C kits on the market have accuracy issues, some which can be corrected with aftermarket sets, but others which would require more effort than the model is worth. The best CH up until now is the Italeri 1/72 kit which set the bar for details inside the airframe. Based upon their ACA gunship of the early s, the CH was released in the mids but retained the short engine nacelles from the original ACA and the port side main wheel well fairing that houses the GTC of the older Hercs rather than the distinctive fairing that houses the APU. There have been several aftermarket sets available to fix these oversights, but we've been long overdue for a new-tool C kit series.

When the Zvezda kits arrived a few days ago, I finally had a look at the instructions as well as the decals to see what Zvezda intended with this first release. In fact, the instructions revealed a big surprise which I'll address later. Unlike the test shots in the photos we examined previously, this kit is molded in gray styrene and presented on 10 parts trees plus one tree of clear parts. This kit looks even better in person than via their test shot photos. Among the features and options in this kit:

  • Scribed surface details
  • Three optional seated crew figures for the flight deck
  • Nice flight deck
  • Nice galley between the flight deck and Stn
  • Main cabin/cargo area detailed nicely, better than the benchmark interior from the Testor/Italeri C kits
  • Positionable crew entry door
  • Positionable paratroop doors
  • Choice of paratroop doors (rectangular or port hole windows)
  • Positionable ramp and door
  • Includes refueling boom for RAF version
  • Optional starboard nose insert for avionics cooling (used in late-production CH)
  • SKE domes (short and tall versions)
  • Optional LAIRCM fairings behind the paratroop doors (a first in any C kit)
  • Fuselage inserts for forward fuselage for different port hole configurations
  • Beautiful main wheel well details!
  • Weighted wheels
  • engine nacelles with compressor faces inside intake ducts
  • The prop hubs are molded separately from the blades which means you can build them in low pitch (ground ops) or feathered
  • Two styles of beavertail provided (short for the RAF Herc, long for the others)
  • Three radomes included: original, original with a few added lightning arrestors, original with many lightning arrestor strips
  • Choice of sponsons: long sponsons w/APU for the CH, or short sponsons w/GTC for the CE/CK
  • External tanks have provisions for countermeasure-equipped or normal pylons
  • None of the flight control surfaces are positionable
  • The flaps are molded in the up position

When I looked through the original photos from Zvezda, I wondered if there were hints of future versions in the box. There are a few things of note, though the first one was a surprise out of the instructions:

  • A future release of a CH/Hercules C3 is coming - several of the interior parts in the cargo bay require shortening to work with this kit. These parts are tooled for the longer fuselage of the CH
  • None of the subjects in this release have the Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures System (LAIRCM) updates though as mentioned above, the fairings are in the kit for a future release

One of the concerns I have with C kits is keeping the wings on the model. If you look at the sprue tree with horizontal stabs, there is the wing/fuselage center section. The lower wing halves will overlap the center section giving some additional strength there, and you should be able to put your own mainspar inside there for further strength.

The kit provides markings and stencils for five subjects:

  • CH, , AS/OK ANG,
  • CE, (), 14 AS/Polish AF,
  • CH, , 15 CTS/RoKAF,
  • CH, , TAS/JASDF,
  • Hercules C1 (CK), , Lyneham Transport Wing, RAF,

The lone USAF (ANG) example in the kit is identified as a Pennsylvania ANG aircraft out of Pittsburg IAP by the color profile. The decals and box art show this to be from the th Airlift Squadron out of Oklahoma City. The date observed in the color profile indicates , but the th lost its Cs during the BRAC.

So in this box, we have the parts to render the CE, CH, and Hercules C1 (CK). Going to the aftermarket, we can also easily do the KCF/H/R, LC, and more. For example, one aftermarket company called Attack Squadron made a variety of details and mods for the 1/72 and 1/48 Cs including dropped flaps (don't know if these will fit the Zvezda kit, but we'll see soon), resin wheels, and air refueling pods. While Attack Squadron ceased operations a few years ago, a company called Brengun acquired the molds and have reissued them under their brand. Caracal Models has produced some nice decals for the 1/72 Cs which will also help you with your choice of subjects. Shop around, while some aftermarket sets are designed specifically to correct the problems in the Italeri kits, others will work fine with any kit. Blackdog, for instance, created an interesting set with the dash nacelles opened up.

While I don't normally build 1/72 kits, I don't have anywhere to park a 1/48 C (and I have two of them in kit form) and even the finished 1/72 kit will require some room on the shelf. I want to build a vanilla airlifter when this kit is first available here, then follow up with some extra work to render one of the special mission Hercs I used to crew back in the 'old days'.

One final note on pricing - shop around. The average retail price is around $ though I've seen some importers list higher prices than that. I paid about $ plus shippng from the UK (delivery took one week) and prices are much lower from eastern Europe/Russia and when you add shipping, it is still less than I paid, but delivery times will be longer. Once the kit does arrive here, you should see street prices in the mid-$60s or lower.

Congratulations Zvezda, this is looking very good so far!

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C J Hercules PRM Edition

Article number:
Product: C J Hercules PRM Edition

Model Dim.: 41 cm

Decals for 3 versions.

While it maintains the familiar lines of the Hercules, a common sight in the worlds skies for decades now, the CJ has been extensively re-designed. The most visible change lies in the use of two HP Rolls-Royce (Allison) AED3 engines, with six-blade composite-material propellers that ensure silent running and low fuel consumption. High performance features include an excellent rate of climb and an extended range of action thanks to the new engines. An equally important development is the avionics: the cockpit, in fact, is equipped with new digital instruments and a Head-Up Display that provides the pilot with a constant stream of data without him having to look away from the cockpit window. The CJ is steadily becoming the standard transport aircraft in many NATO countries, Italy included.

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Hercules C-130H Indonesian Air Force TNI AU, Zvezda Models 1:72

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Italeri - 1/72 C-130 Hercules Royal Malaysian Army Force [RMAF] - Finished Build

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