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    Corporal (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Corporal (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The Corporal was the first guided missile put into use by the U. S. Army. Originally designed as a test vehicle to study the problems associated with long range rockets, the Corporal was later turned into a tactical battlefield missile capable of carrying either a conventional or nuclear warhead. The first test vehicle was flown in 1947. Full production vehicles made their appearance in the summer of 1952. The basic design saw some modifications until the Corporal was retired in 1964.

    ASP's model features a balsa nose cone and balsa conduits, basswood fins, and decals.

    Corporal (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Corporal (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The Corporal was the first guided missile put into use by the U. S. Army. Originally designed as a test vehicle to study the problems associated with long range rockets, the Corporal was later turned into a tactical battlefield missile capable of carrying either a conventional or nuclear warhead. The first test vehicle was flown in 1947. Full production vehicles made their appearance in the summer of 1952. The basic design saw some modifications until the Corporal was retired in 1964.

    ASP's model features a balsa nose cone and balsa conduits, basswood fins, and decals. Designed to fly on 24mm C, D, and E motors, this single-stage rocket can also fly on select 18mm using an adapter (not included).

    With the the included decals, no masking is required when painting this impressive model.

    D-Region Tomahawk (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products D-Region Tomahawk (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The D-Region Tomahawk was flown early in 1968. The rocket flew into the "D" layer of the ionosphere, thus the name "D-Region." Tomahawk rockets are used to this day as the upper stage of many sounding rocket flights.

    The D-Region Tomahawk has long been a favorite of scale modelers. ASP's "peanut scale" kit flies on 13mm mini-engines and features basswood fins, balsa nose cone, decals, and streamer recovery.

    IQSY Tomahawk (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products IQSY Tomahawk (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The first IQSY (International Quiet Sun Year) Tomahawk was first flown in 1963. Four single stage flights took place between 1963 and 1964. The Tomahawk served as the upper stage of many Nike Tomahawk flights during the International Quiet Sun Year (IQSY) of 1964 - 1965.

    The IQSY Tomahawk has long been a favorite subject for scale modelers. ASP's mini-engine kit features basswood fins, balsa nose cone and decals. A bright plastic streamer brings the model back to earth for repeated missions.

    Kappa-7-1 (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Kappa-7-1 (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The Kappa-7 was designed as a booster for Japan's later Kappa-8 and Kappa-9 rockets as well as being used as a single-stage sounding rocket. It was determined, however, that the vehicle was unsuitable as a single-stage rocket. The lone Kappa-7 flight was made on November 18, 1959 to confirm the motor's suitability as a booster. 

    ASP's model of one of Japan's early sounding rockets makes a great beginner's kit. Capable of flying on a wide range of engines, this great looking and great flying model can be flown on practically any size field.

    Kappa-9M (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Kappa-9M (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The Kappa 9M is a two-stage Japanese sounding rocket. The first Kappa 9M (K-9M-1) was flown on November 12, 1962.

    ASP's single-stage scale model features basswood fins, balsa nose cone, balsa transition, and decals. This is a neat looking model that's also fairly easy to build.

    Kappa-9M (24mm or 3x18mm Cluster) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Kappa-9M (24mm or 3x18mm Cluster) Model Rocket Kit

    The Kappa 9M is a two-stage Japanese sounding rocket. The first Kappa 9M (K-9M-1) was flown on November 12, 1962.

    Impressive on display as well as in the air, this kit features basswood fins, a balsa nose cone, and balsa transition, and decal. This big (over 3 1/2 feet tall) model is a can be built to fly on a cluster of three 18mm motors or a single 24mm motor.

    Not So Stubby (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Not So Stubby (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The bigger brother of ASP's Stubby, the "Not So Stubby" is a fun, easy to build model which is ideal for flying on any size field. Like its little brother, this kit is designed with the beginner in mind, but also is a great sport flier for the more experienced modeler.

    Features laser-cut balsa fins, a balsa nose cone, quick change engine hook, and parachute recovery, the Not So Stubbyflies on easy to find 18mm A, B or C engines.

    RAM B (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products RAM B (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The RAM ("Radio Attenuation Measurement") B was a three-stage rocket designed to study communications during reentry after a lunar voyage.

    ASP's single-stage "Fun Scale" model of the RAM B captures the general apperance of the real vehicle, yet is easy enough for the novice modeler. Includes trim tape and self-adhesive trim material to simplify painting and detailing.

    Sandia Sandhawk (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Sandia Sandhawk (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The Sandia Sandhawk was developed as an upper stage for sounding rocket systems. The Sandhawk flew three times as a single stage rocket between 1966 and 1974.

    ASP's "Peanut Scale" model features basswood fins, balsa nose cone, wire antennas, and decals. This great looking model flies on mini A motors.

    Sky-Ferry (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Sky-Ferry (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    ASP's Sky-Ferry is a big (over 2 1/2 feet tall!), easy-to-build model rocket. The Sky-Ferry makes a great first or second rocket kit. Designed with the beginner in mind, it's also a great sport flier for the more experienced modeler.

    The Sky-Ferry features balsa fins, a balsa nose cone, a big payload section (it will hold many commercial electronics), a quick change engine hook, and a bright parachute for recovery. Designed to fly primarily on 24mm engines, it can also fly on 18mm engines with an adapter (not included).

    Skylark Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Skylark Model Rocket Kit

    The Skylark was a British sounding rocket originally designed to be used for experiments during the International Geophysical Year. The first single-stage Skylark (as depicted by this model) flew on February 19, 1957, and reached an altitude of eight miles. Later Skylarks took scientific payloads to altitudes of over 100 miles.

    This scale kit features laser-cut balsa fins, a balsa nose cone, water-slide decals, a quick-change engine hook, and parachute recovery. The ASP Skylark flies great on 13mm mini-motors.

    Sonda II B (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Sonda II B (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The Sonda II B is the largest of Brazil's series of Sonda II sounding rockets. The Sonda II was first flown during the early 1970s and continues in use today. 

    Ease of construction and painting makes ASP's model of the Brazilian sounding rocket a great first scale kit.

    Stretch Stubby (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Stretch Stubby (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The Stretch Stubby is ASP's big brother of their Stubby and the Not So Stubby kits. This fun, easy-to-build model features a big payload section.

    Designed wth the beginner in mind, this rocket makes a great first or second rocket kit.

    The Stretch Stubby features laser-cut balsa fins, a balsa nose cone, a quick change engine hook, a payload section (big enough to hold many commercial electronics), and a bright parachute for recovery.

    Stubby (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Stubby (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    ASP's Stubby is a cute, fun, and easy to build model. It is ideal for flying on small fields and makes a great first or second rocket kit.

    Designed with the beginner in mind, The Stubby is also a great sport flier for the more experienced modeler. Designed to fly on economical 13mm "Min Engines," ASP's Stubby features laser-cut balsa fins, a balsa nose cone, quick change engine hook, and a bright parachute for recovery.

    Super Loki Dart (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Super Loki Dart (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The Super Loki-Dart is one of NASA's workhorses for lofting small payloads. Radar chaff, inflatable spheres, and radiosondes for meteorological data are some of the payloads sent aloft by this vehicle.

    ASP's scale model is both fun and challenging to build. It includes a full decal set. At 3 1/2 feet tall, this is an impressive model that always attracts attention. Rockets built from this kit have placed in both regional and national competitions.

    Tall Boy (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Tall Boy (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    ASP's Tall Boy is designed so that you can fly it in one of four configurations. This mean machine's modular design makes it easy to transport. The configuration is easily changed in minutes at the launch site.

    In the Extra Long configuration, the rocket is over 10 feet tall and uses 24mm D and E motors. The Short configurations can be flown using less-expensive 18mm motors using an adapter. (The adapter is not included.)

    This kit features Aerospace Speciality Products' usual top-quality components, outstanding instructions, a balsa wood nose cone, laser-cut balsa fins, and two parachutes.

    That Tube Rocket (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products That Tube Rocket (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    ASP's That Tube Rocket flies without the use of standard fins. Very easy to build, That Tube Rocket includes a quick-change engine hook that makes it easy to fly over and over. Features ASP's usual top-quality components and outstanding instructions.

    That Tube Rocket (29mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products That Tube Rocket (29mm) Model Rocket Kit

    This larger version of ASP's That Tube Rocket flies on 29mm F and G motors.

    ASP's That Tube Rocket flies without the use of standard fins. Very easy to build, That Tube Rocket includes a quick-change engine hook that makes it easy to fly over and over. Features ASP's usual top-quality components and outstanding instructions.

    Recommended Parachute (not included): 24" to 36" Nylon (regular or thin mil, 30" or 36" is best for most flights)

    Two High (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Two High (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    This is an easy to build two-stage kit with laser-cut balsa fins and a balsa wood nose cone. The rocket can be built with either three or four fins per stage. A fun, high flyer, the Two High is a great introduction to staging and is ideal if you are following the NARTREK program.

    V-2 (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products V-2 (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The V-2 ("Vengeance Weapon 2") is perhaps the most famous, and certainly the most infamous, rocket ever built. Designed by Werner von Braun for the Nazi war effort during WWII, the V-2 was the world's first large liquid-fueled rocket. After the war, many captured V-2s were flown by the U.S. as well as the Soviet Union. Despite its horrific inception as a weapon of destruction, the V-2 was the forerunner of all the large liquid-fuel rockets which were to follow.

    Featuring a balsa boattail, balsa nose cone, and laser-cut basswood fins, ASP's 11 1/4" tall model is true to scale and flies on standard A thru C motors.

    WAC Corporal (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products WAC Corporal (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The WAC Corporal was the United States first sounding rocket. Seventeen WAC and WAC B rockets were flown from 1945 to 1947. The WAC was launched with the aid of the Tiny Tim solid propellant booster. After the booster burned out it fell away and the liquid fuel propelled sustainer stage continued its upward flight.

    ASP's 24mm WAC Corporal is a single-stage "Fun Scale" model of the historic rocket. Designed to fly on D and E motors, it's still light enough to fly on selected 18mm motors with an adapter (not included).

    Way Two High (18/24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Way Two High (18/24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The Way Too High is an easy to build two-stage kit. The booster section can be built in either of two styles. The kit features laser-cut balsa fins, a payload section, and a balsa wood nose cone.

    The Way Too High can be built to use either 18mm or 24mm engines.



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