Hobby Model Kits Scale Model Battle Ships & Aircraft Carrier Kits 1/400 BB

Hobby Model Kits Scale Model Battle Ships & Aircraft Carrier Kits 1/400 BB
Hobby Model Kits Scale Model Battle Ships & Aircraft Carrier Kits 1/400 BB
Hobby Model Kits Scale Model Battle Ships & Aircraft Carrier Kits 1/400 BB
Hobby Model Kits Scale Model Battle Ships & Aircraft Carrier Kits 1/400 BB
Hobby Model Kits Scale Model Battle Ships & Aircraft Carrier Kits 1/400 BB

Hobby Model Kits Scale Model Battle Ships & Aircraft Carrier Kits 1/400 BB

USS Missouri (BB-63) was an American battleship laid down in 1941, launched in January 1944, and commissioned in the US Navy in June 1944. The top speed of the USS Missouri battleship was up to 33 knots. The main armament at the time of the launch was 9 406 mm guns in three turrets of three guns each, and the secondary armament was mainly 20 127 mm guns.

The USS Missouri was the third of the six Iowa-class battleships ordered. As it turned out, with the Montana-class battleship building program failing, the Iowa-class battleships were the last to be launched for the US Navy. As they were built without any financial or displacement limits, they also turned out to be the most technologically advanced American battleships in World War II.

They also had carefully crafted armor and new 406 mm Mk. VII with a greater range of the effective shot. As early as January 1945, he supported the US Marines on Iwo-Jima with his artillery. In April, he supported activities in the Okinawa region. The battleship completed its operations in World War II in a very glorious and representative manner - it was on board that the representatives of Japan signed the act of unconditional surrender of their country on September 2, 1945. In 1956, however, he was placed in the reserve. Can be assembled as a full hull model. Includes 1 type of decal. Recommended Age: 14 years and up.
Hobby Model Kits Scale Model Battle Ships & Aircraft Carrier Kits 1/400 BB