X-32 Joint Strike Fighter JSFItem Number: 1778
X-32 Joint Strike Fighter airplane model. The Boeing X-32 was a multi-purpose jet fighter in the Joint Strike Fighter contest. It lost to the Lockheed Martin X-35 demonstrator, which was further developed into the F-35 Lightning II. In September 2000 the X-32A made its first flight, and it made a total of 66 flights during four months of testing. The flights demonstrated the aircraft's handling qualities for inflight refueling, weapons bay operations and supersonic flight.
Scale 1/48. Wingspan 8 1/2 inches, Length 12 3/4 inches.