F-102A Delta Dagger, designed and manufactured by Convair, was the first supersonic all-weather interceptor and also the world's first aircraft applied the 'Area Rule'. There were two different wings for the F-102As: the 'Case X' and 'Case XX' wings. The F-102As were mainly deployed in North American, while a small number of them were deployed in overseas bases during its service. F-102As also served in Vietnam War. George W. Bush, the 43rd President of United States of America, served in the 111th Fighter Interceptor Squadron (FIS) of Air National Guard Station as an F-102A pilot.



1/72 scale plastic model kit of F-102A Delta Dagger is 289mm in total length and 161mm in width. This kit is the limited edition offered by MENG for IPMS (UK) Scale Model World 2012.It’s the kit with rich details in the wing. The cockpit is detailed and its canopy can be built either open or closed. The weapon bay is precise. Built-in missile pylons are retractable. Accurate model lines completely reproduce the perfect shape of the aircraft. Besides, the landing gears and airbrakes can be built either open or closed as well. The marking for aircrafts from the 111th Fighter Interceptor Squadron (FIS) of Air National Guard Station.




  • Main wing, nose and other parts of F-102A are accurately modeled.

  • The canopy can be assembled in open option to better show highly represented cockpit details.

  • Panel lines are accurate and crispy. Airbrakes can be assembled in open or closed position.

  • Delicate decal.

  • Six grey sprues and one transparent sprue are included.