The British DH.100 Vampire first generation jet fighter was produced in several versions both for the RAF and for export. The Mk.9 Vampires were modified for service in hot climate by adding the air conditioning unit to the enlarged root of the starboard side air intake. The version was also adapted for carrying out air-ground attacks and had underwing armament racks. Beside the RAF and RNZAF, the Mk.9 Vampires also saw service with several other air forces, this export version being named the FB.52.
The kit consists of two styrene sprues and a single clear sprue. The decal sheet brings markings for British, New Zealand, Jordanian and Libanese machines