COBI F-35B Lightning Sets
Did you grow up building LEGOs and wishing they would make military brick sets? Well we did and thankfully we have COBI military bricks like the COBI F35B Lightning II sets! The COBI F-35B Lightning II is compatible with LEGO in both quality and interchangeability. You will notice that COBI makes unique parts that help make builds like the COBI F 35B stand out as a true collector masterpiece.
Speaking of parts, the COBI F35B Lightning Sets come with 570 high quality parts that fit tightly so that your COBI Fighter Jet set will be awesome for both display or play. It also comes with 1 COBI mini figure pilot.
All the COBI F35B Lightning’s part’s are pad printed which means there are no messy decals and you just need to follow the detailed instructions (included) in order to assemble the parts correctly.
About the COBI F-35B Lightning Sets:
- Scale: 1:48 Scale
- Length: 12.8″ long
- Width: 8.5″ wide
- Hight: 3.9″ tall
The COBI F35 is Available in Multiple Versions:
- COBI USAF F-35B Lightning II (5829)
- COBI RAF F-35B Lightning II (5830)
- COBI Norwegian F-35A Lightning (5831)
The COBI F 35B RAF Lightning Sets set makes a great conversation piece and it will also make a great giver for the military brick collector in your life.
F35B Lightning II History:
The Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II is an American family of single seat, single engine, all weather stealth multirole combat aircraft that is intended to perform both air superiority and strike missions. It is also able to provide electronic warfare and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capabilities. Lockheed Martin is the prime F-35 contractor, with principal partners Northrop Grumman and BAE Systems. The aircraft has three main variants: the conventional takeoff and landing F-35A, the short take-off and vertical-landing F-35B (the one your buying 😉 ), and the carrier based F-35C.
The aircraft descends from the Lockheed Martin X-35, which in 2001 beat the Boeing X-32 to win the Joint Strike Fighter program. Its development is principally funded by the United States, with additional funding from program partner countries from NATO and close U.S. allies, including the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Italy, Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands, and formerly Turkey. Several other countries have also ordered, or are considering ordering, the aircraft. The program has drawn much scrutiny and criticism for its unprecedented size, complexity, ballooning costs, and much-delayed deliveries. The acquisition strategy of concurrent production of the aircraft while it was still in development and testing led to expensive design changes and retrofits.
The F-35 first flew in 2006 and entered service with the U.S. Marine Corps F-35B in July 2015, followed by the U.S. Air Force F-35A in August 2016 and the U.S. Navy F-35C in February 2019. The aircraft was first used in combat in 2018 by the Israeli Air Force. The U.S. plans to buy 2,456 F-35s through 2044, which will represent the bulk of the crewed tactical aviation of the U.S. Air Force, Navy, and Marine Corps for several decades; the aircraft is planned to be a cornerstone of NATO and U.S. allied air power and to operate until 2070.
Learn more about the real aircraft that inspired the COBI F 35B Lightning sets here at Wikipedia.
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