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Written by charlesmaisto   
Wednesday, 07 December 2011 01:29
"Yesterday, December 7, 1941—a date which will live in infamy—the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan." With these words, U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt asked Congress to declare war on Japan, thus formally starting the U.S. involvement in World War II.


Here are a few of our Maisto Tailwinds U.S. WWII aircraft.

Last Updated on Monday, 12 December 2011 22:14
 

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-1 #11 Charles Hepperle 2012-02-01 00:53
Quoting lindsay:
I am working with the WWII 388th Bomb Group Association. Is there a way we can custom order airplanes for our veterans?


Hi, Lindsay. Unfortunately, we are not able to make custom decorations for quantities under 5,000 pieces of each style.
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0 #10 Marco Gonzales 2012-01-29 03:09
Please yo could add su-35 and the pak-fa to the catalog?
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0 #9 lindsay 2012-01-27 16:16
I am working with the WWII 388th Bomb Group Association. Is there a way we can custom order airplanes for our veterans?
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0 #8 Charles Hepperle 2012-01-24 23:16
Quoting Jordan Ecker:
Hey MAISTO I used to have one of the tailwinds but I lost it do you know where I can find one thanks,Jordan Ecker


We're sorry to hear that you lost it. In the U.S., WalMart would be the place to look for Tailwinds planes.
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+1 #7 Jordan Ecker 2012-01-23 02:11
Hey MAISTO I used to have one of the tailwinds but I lost it do you know where I can find one thanks,Jordan Ecker
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0 #6 Charles Hepperle 2011-12-30 00:33
Quoting João Luiz Damasceno:
gostaria de receber catálogos de aviões militares e aviação civil e se possivel,me informarem como compra-los.


João's message translates to English via Google Translate as: "I would like to receive catalogs of military aircraft and civil aviation and if possible, inform me how to purchase them."
You can see our Tailwinds aircraft in the online catalog. We do not sell directly to consumers so you will need to do an online search to find a retailer in your area who sells them.
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0 #5 João Luiz Damasceno 2011-12-28 12:14
gostaria de receber catálogos de aviões militares e aviação civil e se possivel,me informarem como compra-los.
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+2 #4 Charles Hepperle 2011-12-09 01:23
Quoting herbert batista dos:
gostaria de receber catálogos de aviões miniaturas MAISTO,e se possivel,me informarem como compra-los


Thanks for writing, Herbert. Google translates your comment as "I would like to receive catalogs MAISTO miniature aircraft, and if possible, inform me how to purchase them"

Sorry, but we do not have any catalogs available. You can see our online catalog on the www.maisto.com website. It looks like you are from Brazil. Unfortunately, it looks like no retailers there are offering Tailwinds so you will probably have to search for them online.
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0 #3 Charles Hepperle 2011-12-09 01:20
Quoting Kim:
We have been looking for Maisto Tailwinds U.S. WWII aircraft for several months. We live near Houston, Texas and can not find any of these planes for our 10 year old son. Can you let me know where these might be purchased? I have not had any luck with the stores listed on your Buy Now link. Thanks, Kim


Thanks for your interest in Tailwinds planes. As far as I know, only Walmart carries them at this time.
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0 #2 Kim 2011-12-08 19:20
We have been looking for Maisto Tailwinds U.S. WWII aircraft for several months. We live near Houston, Texas and can not find any of these planes for our 10 year old son. Can you let me know where these might be purchased? I have not had any luck with the stores listed on your Buy Now link. Thanks, Kim
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