Designed as a replacement for the P2V Neptune Anti-Submarine aircraft, the P-3 Orion was first flown in November, 1959. The aircraft is based on the Electra turboprop airliner, with the addition of a sensitive Magnetic Anomoly Detector, located far from airframe interference in a distinctive tail boom "stinger". An internal bomb bay can house torpedoes and even nuclear weapons while anti-ship missiles or bombs can be carried on underwing pylons. The P-3's original mission was to track Soviet submarines during the cold war, however it is now in service with numerous countries including Australia, Canada, Germany and Japan, to name but a few.
Despite it being 1:200 scale at 7" long and 6" wide, this ranks in as one of the most detailed models on the market. The amount of antennas sticking out in every direction is absolutely amazing. If they can achieve these type of detail on this small model, then they can definitely do the same for the larger scale models, well done Hogan Wings. Here are some pictures: