Grumman F9F-8 Cougar by Monogram
Introduced in 1953 as the swept-swing successor to the F9F Panther, the Cougar was intended for combat over Korea, but arrived too late for the war. The Cougar saw its sole combat in Vietnam, where four two-seat training versions of the aircraft served briefly as forward air control aircraft. The Cougar was an excellent product nonetheless; the F9F-8 Cougar served as the final fighter version of the aircraft, and saw continued life as an advanced jet trainer.
J-Bar Item 15585
Monogram Item 4430