military

internal metal structure of full scale UAS

UAS Mock-Up Stretches Over 130 Feet Wide

March 30, 2020

Pacific Miniatures, also known as Pacmin Studios, fabricated a full-size custom military mock-up of an unmanned aircraft system (UAS). The mock-up’s wingspan measures an impressive 132 feet and is one of the largest defense models Pacmin has created to date.

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D-Day Doll crew and supporters

D-Day Doll begins her journey to Normandy!

May 14, 2019

75 years ago, the Normandy Invasion (D-Day) turned the tide and paved the way for the Allies’ victory. It remains a powerful memory for WWII veterans and their families. In 2019, we honor their legacy with a 75th anniversary flight to Normandy with a restored C-53D Skytrooper.

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product launch solutions - Boeing Booth

Pacmin UAV models on display at AUVSI XPO

May 2, 2019

PacMin produced a variety of full-size and large scale drone models for AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2019. The models ranged in size from under 2’ to over 7’ in length and were on display at the Boeing booth.

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1/1 scale PacMin Insitu Scan Eagle model

PacMin Full Scale UAV Models Return to XPONENTIAL 2017

May 11, 2017

PacMin custom unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) models returned to the 2017 XPONENTIAL Show, making appearances at the Boeing and Insitu booth as well as MartinUAV.

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4 TX exhibit model for aviation trade show marketing

Boeing reveals their T-X Trainer

January 24, 2017

On September 13, 2016, Boeing and Saab unveiled their concept for the T-X Trainer* competition. Three other teams are competing in a major U.S. Air Force procurement effort to replace the Air Force’s T-38 Talon jet trainers.

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ASC 16 Boeing 737

PacMin military models arrive at ASC16

September 19, 2016

A wide array of PacMin military models were on display at this year’s edition of the Air, Space and Cyber Conference (ASC) in National Harbor, Maryland. Each year, the U.S. Air Force Association (AFA) organizes ASC to highlight new developments, training, and other topics centered on aerospace, cyberspace, and the US Air Force.

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