This is a die-cast metal and plastic display aircraft.
From the manufacturer:
The supersonic B-1B Lander, popularly also nicknamed "Bone" (from "B-one"), is an integral part of the US Air Force's aresenal and one of the most powerful military jets worldwide. Its variable geometry wings (or "swing wings") are adjustable between 15 and 67.5 degrees, with which ideal flight properties at various altitudes and speed, as well as short take-off and landing distances, can be achieved.
The original of this model is the B-1B with the serial identification 85-0073 based at Dyess Air Force Base in Texas. It is part of the 9th Bomb Squadron assigned to the 7th Bomb Wing of the strategic US Air Force component now called Air Force Global Strike Command.