Flown by the Allies, the versatile A-20 went through many variants. The A-20G, which reached combat in 1943, was produced in larger numbers than any other model. The 312th Bombardment Group flew the A-20G Havoc, and the unit was called the "Roarin' 20s" because their mission was to roar across the Pacific and drive the Japanese back.
Painted to represent "Little Joe" of the 312th BG and the 389th BS, this 1/72 scale, Hobby Master, die cast model replicates the A-20G Havoc. It includes realistic panel lines, antennas, access panels, surface details, an opening canopy, a detailed cockpit interior, interchangeable extended or retracted landing gear, detachable ordnance loads, a detailed underside, and a display stand. Measures 8" long and 10¼" wide.