The Oxford was a twin-engine monoplane aircraft that was produced by Airspeed Ltd. in Great Britain. This plane was used for multi-purpose operations such as navigation, radio-operating, bombing and gunnery roles during the entire period of World War II. This AS.10 model was nicknamed the "Ox Box".
The plane was originally developed by Airspeed Ltd to meet an Air Ministry requirement for a training aircraft. It first took to the skies in 1937 and was used to train, amongst others, the crews who were to become the pilot aces of Bomber Command.
This scale model is a rendition of the one (V3388) that can be seen in Hangar 1 at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford, where it has been since 2014.
Over 8,500 units were produced and used by air forces across the world. Even the Indian Air Force used these planes.