|USS Maryland BB-46 Battleship 1/700 Kit |
Commissioned in 1920, the Colorado-class battleship, USS Maryland (BB-46), survived the Japanese invasion of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, and went on to earn seven battle stars during World War II.
A replica of that vessel as she appeared in 1941, this newly tooled, 1/700 scale, plastic kit features a choice of full hull or waterline construction, a detailed superstructure, a wood-pattern deck, realistic armament, two OS2U Kingfisher seaplanes, plenty of photo-etched parts, authentic markings, a display stand with an engraved nameplate, and more. 11½" long; 450+ parts, skill level 3.
|Jane's Fighting Ships 2011-2012 |
Saunders, ed. This authoritative reference is the globally renowned guide to the changing capabilities of the world's modern navies along with their ships, aircraft, and weapons systems, both in service and under construction.
Coverage includes submarines, surface ships, naval aircraft, ensigns and flags, ranks and insignias, naval bases and coastal defenses, performance data, and much more! 1,020 pages, 5,000+ color and B&W photographs and illustrations, 8½"x 12¾", hardcover.
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