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Trumpeter Ships 1:700 Scale

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Trumpeter Admiral Graf Spee German Pocket Battleship (1937) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter Admiral Graf Spee German Pocket Battleship (1937) 1:700 Scale  (TR05773)

The Admiral Graf Spee was one of the most famous German naval warships of World War II, along with the Bismarck. Her size was limited to that of a cruiser by the Treaty of Versailles, but she was as heavily armed as a small battleship due to innovative weight-saving techniques employed in her construction. She was sent to the Atlantic Ocean as a commerce raider in 1939, where she sank nine Allied merchant ships. Numerous British hunting groups were assigned to find her, with three British ships finally tracking her down in December 1939. The Battle of the River Plate ensued, during which the Graf Spee was damaged. She docked for repairs in the neutral port of Montevideo, but was forced by international law to leave within 72 hours. Faced with what he believed to be overwhelming odds, the captain scuttled his ship rather than risk the lives of his crew
Scale 1:700 Length 266mm
Part No: TR05773

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Trumpeter Admiral Graf Spee German Pocket Battleship (1939) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter Admiral Graf Spee German Pocket Battleship (1939) 1:700 Scale  (TR05774)

During the WW, Admiral Graf Spee began her cruise as a raider in the South Atlantic and the Indian Ocean, thus threatening vital Allied supply lines Britain formed eight hunting groups to look for Admiral Graf Spee, totalling three battleships, two battlecruisers, four aircraft carriers, and 16 cruisers. On 13 December 1939, she was located by a British Hunting Group, consisting of three cruisers, and the Battle of the River Plate ensued. During the battle, the Graf Spee inflicted heavy damage upon the Exeter, forcing the latter to break off the engagement. However, the German ship suffered damage. Admiral Graf Spee entered the neutral port of Montevideo, Uruguay for repairs. But her escape route was cut off later. On 17 December 1939, with the British cruisers waiting in international waters, the German warship sailed just outside the harbor and was scuttled by her crew.
Scale 1:700, Length 266mm
Part No: TR05774

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Trumpeter Admiral Hipper German Cruiser (1940) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter Admiral Hipper German Cruiser (1940) 1:700 Scale  (TR05775)

German Cruiser Admiral Hipper 1940. Admiral Hipper was commissioned in April 29th, 1939. She was the first of five ships of her class. She took part in the German invasion of Norway. On April 8th, 1940, she encountered the British destroyer HMS Glowworm north-west of Trondheim. After exchanges of fire and despite fatal damage, Glowworm turned to ram Admiral Hipper, causing damage to her before sinking. After damage repairs, Admiral Hipper operated with the battle cruisers Scharnhorst and Gneisenau off Norway to disrupt British supply routes. As a merchant raider, Admiral Hipper attacked troop convoy WS-5A in December 1940. On February 12nd, 1941,she intercepted the unescorted convoy SLS-64. Seven ships out of 19 were sunk, but the convoy scattered and poor weather aided their escape. Short of 203 mm ammunition, Admiral Hipper returned to Brest on 14 February 1941.
Scale 1:700 Length 294mm
Part No: TR05775

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Trumpeter Admiral Hipper German Cruiser (1941) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter Admiral Hipper German Cruiser (1941) 1:700 Scale  (TR05776)

Admiral Hipper was launched on February 6th, 1937 and commissioned in April 29th, 1939. She was the lead ship of the Admiral Hipper class heavy cruisers. She took part in the German invasion of Norway. Then she broke out undetected into the Atlantic and operated as a merchant raider, based at Brest, France. She returned to Kiel via the Denmark Strait, arriving on February 28th, 1941. Modifications were made to increase fuel storage and hence her cruising range. On New Year’s Eve 1942, she took part in the German attack on convoy JW-51B, where she sunk a minesweeper and a destroyer. At last, the German attack was repelled and Admiral Hipper was damaged. She returned to Wilhelmshaven, where she was decommissioned. Admiral Hipper was not ready for service until January 1945, when she was used, partly repaired, to evacuate refugees and wounded troops from the Eastern Front. Admiral Hipper was scuttled in dock at Kiel Deutsche Werke yards on 2 May 1945.
Scale 1:700, Length 294mm
Part No: TR05776

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Trumpeter Bismarck German Battleship 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter Bismarck German Battleship 1:700 Scale  (TR05711)

German Battleship Bismarck 1941. The "Bismarck", at 42,343 tons was, for her time, the largest and most up-to-date battleship in the world (next to the "Hood"). On 24th May 1941, in a sea battle, together with the heavy cruiser "Prinz Eugen", at the pack ice frontier of Greenland, with a direct hit by the 5th salvo from her 380 mm guns she sank the largest British battle cruiser the "Hood". Launched on 14th February 1940 at the Blohm & Voss shipyard, Hamburg, together with the similar "Tirpitz" she was the most up-to-date and prestigious ship of the German navy. With a length of 251 m the top of the mast stood 52 m above the surface of the sea. She was protected by a total of 17,450 tonnes of steel armour plating. The newly designed heavy artillery fired 800 kg projectiles up to a range of 34.2 km and were capable of penetrating 350 mm armour at 21 km. Although the "Prinz Eugen" suffered no direct hits in the battle of 24th May, the "Bismarck", which was damaged in the bow, made for a French harbour. In the subsequent pursuit by British ships and aircraft, on 27th May 1941 a torpedo hit the rudder and after being hit by the superior numbers of the Home Fleet she was disabled and sunk in the Atlantic about 800 km off the French coast. Of the 2,092 men on board, 115 survived.
Scale 1:700, Length 360 mm
Part No: TR05711
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Trumpeter French Battleship Jean Bart 1950 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter French Battleship Jean Bart 1950 1:700 Scale  (TR05752)

Jean Bart launched on June 4th, 1940. For some political reasons she soon escaped to Casablanca under her own power at 77% completion, with only one 381mm turret installed. In November 1942, she was damaged at Casablanca by US gunfire during the invasion of North Africa. Completion work began in 1946 at Brest, completed for trials in January 1949, but AA armament was not installed until 1952. She was used as gunfire support ship at Suez in 1956 and then became a training ship until being hulked.
Scale 1:700, Length 355.5mm
Part No: TR05752
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Trumpeter German Zerstorer Z-7 (1942) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter German Zerstorer Z-7 (1942) 1:700 Scale  (TR05793)

Z-7 destroyer belongs to 1934A type, also known as the Z5 calss, launched in July 16, 1936.Entered service in September 9, 1937.The destroyer from 1934 type design lesson modified ship host design and improve seakeeping, accelerated construction of simplified design improved, so some ships and even 1934 synchronism service, but used only to sea firing old gun, in the total performance cannot be compared and the British destroyer.Fighting mainly used as minelayer use.The ship finally in May 2, 1942 by HMS Edinburgh sunk.

Scale 1:700
Length: 170mm Beam: 16.5mm
Part No: TR05793

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Trumpeter German Zerstorer Z-21 (1940) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter German Zerstorer Z-21 (1940) 1:700 Scale  (TR05792)

Z21, a Type 1936 destroyer, was a named after Wilhelm Heidkamp. She was commissioned on June 10th, 1939. The ship was improved and enlarged versions of the 1934 and 1934A classes. The structural integrity and Engine reliability was much improved and they were much better seagoing ships, shipping much less water through an improvement in the design of the bows. Z-21 was sunk on April 10th, 1940 in Battle of Narvik.
Scale 1:700, Length 176mm
Part No: TR05792

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Trumpeter German Zerstorer Z-25 (1944) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter German Zerstorer Z-25 (1944) 1:700 Scale  (TR05787)

Z-25, a Type 1936A destroyer, was commissioned on November 30th, 1940. During the war, her forward gun was replaced by a twin turret and the anti-aircraft armament was increased. In operation Cerberus, Z-25 and a number of smaller ships supported Scharnhost, Gneisenau and Prinz Eugen sailed from Brest to their home bases in Germany via the English Channel. Despite British attacks by the Royal Air Force, the Fleet Air Arm and Coastal Artillery, all the ships had completed their transit. In March 1942, Z-25, Z-24, Z-26 and U-boats intercepted PQ-13 which was a British Arctic convoy. The Germans sank 6 transport ships. From late April to early May, Z-25 attack convoy QP-11 together with another two destroyers. HMS Edinburgh was sunk as while as a transport ship. She was taken over by France after the war and Scrapped in 1958.
Scale 1:700, Length 182mm
Part No: TR05787

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Trumpeter German Zerstorer Z-28 (1945) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter German Zerstorer Z-28 (1945) 1:700 Scale  (TR05790)

Z-28, a Type 1936A destroyer, was commissioned on August 9th, 1941. Z-28 was different from all of the others. Designed from the outset as a flotilla leader, Z-28 mounted four single 15cm guns. This was the only ship among Type 1936A destroters mounting a main gun in the B position. The aft deck house was much larger with expanded accommodations for the staffs Z-28 was sunk by British bombers on March 3rd, 1945 in Baltic Sea.
Scale 1:700, Length 182mm
Part No: TR05790

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Trumpeter German Zerstorer Z-37 (1943) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter German Zerstorer Z-37 (1943) 1:700 Scale   (TR05791)

Z-37 belonging to the 1936A the MOB type, Displacement: 3691 tons ,Length: 127 meters, wide: 12.0 m, draft: 4.62 m, 332. Container: 150mmL/48 C/36 gun 5 37mmL/83 C/30 guns 4, 6 20mmMG L/65 C/30 guns, 533mm torpedo 8, 60 mines, depth charges and four transmitter . Construction of a total of 7, respectively, Z-31, Z-32, Z-33 ,Z-34, Z-37 ,Z-38, Z-39. Basically the same equipment and the 1936A-type appearance, the main difference lies in the increased chimney cap after the bridge, the bridge after the crane to move to starboard on the bridge, the radar below the appearance subject to change, as well as the location bow anti Langban, rely on before.

Scale 1:700
Length: 182mm Beam:17.2 mm
Part No: TR05791

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Trumpeter German Zerstorer Z-43 (1944) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter German Zerstorer Z-43 (1944) 1:700 Scale  (TR05789)

Z-43 was commissioned on March 24th, 1944. She was a Type 1936B destroyer. Three ships of this class were commissioned. The rest two were never completed. Type 1936A destroyers were intended to carry their forward guns in a twin turret, but as the twin turrets were not ready in time they initially carried single mounted guns. When the turrets were finally fitted they proved too heavy for the existing structures. Strengthening was added at the bows but this did little to improve seakeeping qualities. For these reasons, the main armament of Type 1936B destroyers reduced back to single mounted 127 mm guns. The efficacy of this change was not proven in high seas as this class only operated in the Baltic and coastal waters.
Scale 1:700, Length 182mm
Part No: TR05789

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Trumpeter HMCS Huron (G24) Tribal-class destroyer (1944) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter HMCS Huron (G24) Tribal-class destroyer (1944) 1:700 Scale  (TR05759)

HURON served Canada honourably during the latter part of the Second World War. Commissioned 19th July 1943, at Newcastle-on-Tyne, she was assigned like HAIDA to the 3rd Destroyer Flotilla of the British Home Fleet. As part of Operation Holder, she made a trip in October of 1943 to Murmansk with technical personnel and special naval stores. For the rest of the year, HURON escorted convoys to and from North Russia. In February 1944, after one more trip to Murmansk, she joined the 10th Flotilla for pre-invasion duties spending the next seven months in the Channel. On April 25/26 1944, HURON was involved in a 'scrap' with German Elbing class destroyers in the English Channel. After the action, she and ASHANTI collided and the results damaged HURON's port hull and the main bulkhead between #1 and #2 boiler rooms.HURON managed to return safely to Plymouth and repairs were completed on 7th May, just in time for D-Day operations. HURON arrived in Nova Scotia for a refit on 13th of August 1944. It was completed and her sea trials were over by 20th November. She arrived at Cardiff for new radar and target indication equipment. During February and March 1945, she was assigned to escort duties in the Western Approaches. In April, HURON, HAIDA and IROQUOIS escorted their last convoy to Russia. After sharing in the liberation of Scandinavia, all three returned to Halifax in preparation for service in the Pacific. Their refits were suspended in August and HURON was placed in reserve. She was paid off 9th March 1946.
Scale 1:700 Length 164mm
Part No: TR05759

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Trumpeter HMS Barham (1941) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter HMS Barham (1941) 1:700 Scale   (TR05798)

HMS Barham in 1913 was started in February 1914, launched in October, in 1915 November completed in John·Brown shipyard.In May 31, 1916 participated in the famous battle of Jutland and damage repair, 1916 July.In 1930 -1933 years refitting for modernization.In 1941 November in the Mediterranean by the German U331 submarine launched 3 torpedos, overturning sinking process explosion, 861 people were killed.

Scale 1:700
Length: 281mm Beam: 44.8mm
Part No: TR05798

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Trumpeter HMS Dreadnought (1907) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter HMS Dreadnought (1907) 1:700 Scale   (TR06704)

HMS Dreadnought was a battleship of the Royal Navy that revolutionised naval power. Her entry into service in 1906 represented such a marked advance in naval technology that her name came to be associated with an entire generation of battleships, the "dreadnoughts", as well as the class of ships named after her. The generation of ships she made obsolete became known as "pre-dreadnoughts". She was the sixth ship of that name in the Royal Navy.

Dreadnought was the first battleship of her era to have a uniform main battery, rather than having a few large guns complemented by a heavy secondary battery of smaller guns. She was also the first capital ship to be powered by steam turbines, making her the fastest battleship in the world at the time of her completion. Her launch helped spark a naval arms race as navies around the world, particularly the German Imperial Navy, rushed to match her in the build-up to World War I.

Scale 1:700
Length: 231mm Beam: 37mm
Part No: TR06704

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Trumpeter HMS Dreadnought (1915) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter HMS Dreadnought (1915) 1:700 Scale   (TR06705)

HMS Dreadnought was a battleship of the Royal Navy that revolutionised naval power. Her entry into service in 1906 represented such a marked advance in naval technology that her name came to be associated with an entire generation of battleships, the "dreadnoughts", as well as the class of ships named after her. The generation of ships she made obsolete became known as "pre-dreadnoughts". She was the sixth ship of that name in the Royal Navy.

Dreadnought was the first battleship of her era to have a uniform main battery, rather than having a few large guns complemented by a heavy secondary battery of smaller guns. She was also the first capital ship to be powered by steam turbines, making her the fastest battleship in the world at the time of her completion. Her launch helped spark a naval arms race as navies around the world, particularly the German Imperial Navy, rushed to match her in the build-up to World War I.

Scale 1:700
Length: 231mm Beam: 37mm
Part No: TR06705

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Trumpeter HMS Eskimo Tribal-class destroyer 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter HMS Eskimo Tribal-class destroyer 1:700 Scale  (TR05757)

HMS Eskimo (L-75/F-75/G-75) was a Tribal-class British destroyer, laid down by the High Walker Yard of Vickers Armstrong at Newcastle-on-Tyne on 5 August 1936. It was launched on 3 September 1937 and commissioned on 30 December 1938. Eskimo participated in the Second Battle of Narvik in April 1940, supported the Allied landings in North Africa in November 1942 and served with the 10th Destroyer Flotilla at Plymouth. It attacked and sank the enemy German submarine U-971 while in company with the Canadian destroyer HMCS Haida and a Liberator aircraft of the Czech air force in the English Channel north of Brest on 24 June 1944. During the final days of the war, it operated in the Far East. For most of the spring of 1945, she was employed in operations south of Ramree Island (Burma) where odd parties of Japanese were holding out. ESKIMO and other Tribals later joined up with Force 61 to intercept and destroy what was left of the Japanese surface fleet. HMS Eskimo was reduced to an accommodation and headquarters ship for minesweepers, wreck-disposal vessels, and salvage craft clearing the Thames and Medway estuaries in 1946. It was used as a target ship in the Gareloch, sold for scrap on 27 June 1949 and finally broken up at Troon.
Scale 1:700, Length 164mm
Part No: TR05757
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Trumpeter HMS Hood British Battleship (1931) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter HMS Hood British Battleship (1931) 1:700 Scale  (TR05741)

The third and last HOOD was the mighty battle cruiser, which was laid down in 1915 as a class of four, and finally completed until 1920. Certainly she was the most powerful warship of her day and her displacement of 41,200 tons made far and away the heaviest capital ship in the world for Twenty years. In September 1940, Hood spent the winter of 1940-41 on patrols in the northern waters around Iceland watching over any attempted break out by German heavy units. She was thus still employed in May 1941 when Bismarck and Prince Eugen got through the Patrols. Hood and the brand new battleship the Prince of Wales were dispatched to intercept and destroy the German Ships before they broke loose on the British Convoy routes. 24 May 1941, fire was opened at 05.52 at a range of 25,000 yards and Hood and the Prince of Wales were steering towards Bismarck to close the range. The German ship at once replied very accurately and on her third salvo she hit Hood close to the main mast setting her on fire. At 05.55 the British ships began to turn broadside on to the Germans to enable all guns to open fire. As they did so Bismarck fifth salvo struck Hood with devastating effect. A thousand feet high explosion tore her apart and she split in two sinking in less than two minutes
Scale 1:700, Length 375mm
Part No: TR05741
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Trumpeter HMS Queen Elizabeth (1918) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter HMS Queen Elizabeth (1918) 1:700 Scale  (TR05797)

HMS Queen Elizabeth was the name ship of the Queen Elizabeth class of battleships. She was the most powerful battleship in the British fleet when completed, and continued to provide valuable service with the Royal Navy during the Second World War, where she served as the flagship of Admiral Andrew Cunningham in the Mediterranean.
She was built with sixteen 6in guns. However, the four guns below the quarterdeck proved to be useless and were replaced by two guns above the midships battery, a layout that was copied on the rest of the class.
Scale 1:700, Length 281mm
Part No: TR05797

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Trumpeter HMS Renown Battlecruiser (1942) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter HMS Renown Battlecruiser (1942) 1:700 Scale  (TR05764)

HMS Renown was the lead ship of the two 26,500-ton Renown class battlecruisers of the British Royal Navy, the other being HMS Repulse. Both ships were originally to be built as Revenge class battleships along with a third ship named HMS Resistance, but the orders were suspended after the First World War broke out. A few months later First Sea Lord Jackie Fisher used his influence to have Renown and Repulse restarted to a new design as battlecruisers.After a decade of further service, Renown was again reconstructed, greatly changing her appearance (receiving a tower bridge similar to HMS Valiant) and giving her a modern anti-aircraft gun battery, much enhanced aircraft-handling facilities, and up-to-date gunfire controls including the HACS MkIV AA fire control system and the Admiralty Fire Control Table Mk VII for surface fire control of the main armament, as well as working in additional armour. This work was completed in September 1939, just after the outbreak of the Second World War. During this work she picked up the nickname HMS Refit (the ship had first been nicknamed HMS Refit as early as 1916, due to the hurried addition of extra armour in response to the defensive weaknesses of battlecruisers revealed by losses at Jutland; her sister-ship Repulse had similarly been nicknamed HMS Repair ).Renown’s high speed made her a valuable asset during the Second World War.
Scale 1:700 Length 345mm
Part No: TR05764

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Trumpeter HMS Repulse (1941) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter HMS Repulse (1941) 1:700 Scale  (TR05763)

HMS Repulse was a Renown-class battlecruiser, the second to last battlecruiser built by John Brown and Company, Clydebank, Scotland, for the Royal Navy. She was originally intended to be a unit of the R class battleships, but was ordered to a modified design. She was launched in 1916, too late to take part in the Battle of Jutland, but also too early to incorporate the lessons of that battle. Still in time to take part in the First World War, in September 1916, she joined the Grand Fleet as flagship of the 1st Battlecruiser Squadron. After the outbreak of the Second World War in 1939, Repulse operated in various hunting groups that were formed to hunt down German commerce raiders. However, she did not engage any. In December, she performed escort duty for troop carriers between Canada and Britain. The start of the Allied campaign in Norway saw Repulse covering minelaying by British forces. In July, 1940, when HMS Glowworm was lost attacking Admiral Hipper, Repulse took part in the search, but failed to make contact. In January 1941, Repulse participated in the hunt for the German battlecruisers Scharnhorst and Gneisenau. At the end of 1941, as the threat of war with Japan loomed ever larger, Repulse was detached to the Far East as a deterrent to Japanese aggression. On 10 December 1941, after failing to find any Japanese invasion forces, and turning south, Japanese aircraft were spotted. The fleet was attacked by 86 Japanese aircraft from the 22nd Air Flotilla based in Saigon, which attacked both Prince of Wales and Repulse. In the ensuing attacks, Repulse was ably handled by her Captain, Bill Tennant, who managed to comb several torpedo attacks. However, Repulse’s luck was not to hold out and she was caught by a skilfully synchronised Japanese pincer attack and hit by four or even five torpedoes in rapid succession. Repulse was fatally hit and soon developed a severe list to port over a period of about six minutes. It was clear that she was sinking, and sinking fast, resulting in Tennant ordering abandon ship. Repulse finally rolled over and sank at 12:23
Scale 1:700 Length 345mm
Part No: TR05763

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Trumpeter HMS Warspite (1942) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter HMS Warspite (1942) 1:700 Scale  (TR05795)

HMS Warspite battleship belonging to the Royal Navy built the Queen Elizabeth class battleships.The main armament of 8X15 inch caliber main guns, 12X152 mm caliber guns.The battleship HMS Warspite was started in October 31, 1912, completed in March 1915.The battleship warspite during service were two times larger modernization.After the first World War, second.Especially in the Second World War, HMS Warspite repeatedly traumatized and finally safe and sound, become a World War II Royal Navy warships of the legend
Scale 1:700 Length 281mm
Part No: TR05795

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Trumpeter HMS Zulu (F18) Tribal-class destroyer (1941) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter HMS Zulu (F18) Tribal-class destroyer (1941) 1:700 Scale  (TR05758)

HMS Zulu was a Tribal-class British destroyer, built in Glasgow by A. Stephens & Sons, her keel laid down on Aug 10th 1936 and launched on Sept 23rd 1937. She was launched with boilers and funnels in place, and this gave her the reputation of a lucky ship. Commissioned on 7th Sept 1938. Just after she was completed, the HMS Zulu moved in Mediterranean and was based in Malta. When she returned home, during 1941, she had a part in the hunt for the German battleship Bismarck. And in June 1941 Zulu sailed for Falmouth, England to begin her refit. Her after funnel was cut down and her mainmast was fitted with a high frequency direction finding (Huff-Duff or HF/DF) outfit. Two, single 2 pounder guns were mounted on the bridge wings. Radar was installed and the depth charge throwers were re-located. The refit was completed by July. Then she moved back in Mediterranean, where she performed strike attacks against Italian convoys, and later took part in the attack against the Italian base in Tobruk (Libya).
Scale 1:700 Length 256mm
Part No: TR05758

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Trumpeter Prinz Eugen (1942) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter Prinz Eugen (1942) 1:700 Scale  (TR05766)

The Prinz Eugen was the third and last heavy cruiser commissioned by the Kriegsmarine. Her North Atlantic sortie with Bismarck and the sinking of the Hood in April 1941 earned her a place in history. In February 1942, the Prinz Eugen together with the battleships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau, successfully passed through the English Channel on her way back to Germany. Shortly afterwards, while en route to Norway she was torpedoed and damaged by a British submarine. The ship was not ready for service until the beginning of 1943, and then used for training purposes in the Baltic. In 1944-1945, the Prinz Eugen was used for shore bombardment off the Baltic coast against the advancing Soviet troops to cover the evacuation of refugees. Although heavily damaged on several occasions, but her crew fondly remember her as "the lucky ship." Prinz Eugen was the only heavy surface unit of the Kriegsmarine to survive WW2 intact.
Scale 1:700 Length 304mm
Part No: TR05766

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Trumpeter Prinz Eugen (1945) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter Prinz Eugen (1945) 1:700 Scale  (TR05767)

The Prinz Eugen was the third and last heavy cruiser commissioned by the Kriegsmarine. Her North Atlantic sortie with Bismarck and the sinking of the Hood in April 1941 earned her a place in history. In February 1942, the Prinz Eugen together with the battleships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau, successfully passed through the English Channel on her way back to Germany. Shortly afterwards, while en route to Norway she was torpedoed and damaged by a British submarine. The ship was not ready for service until the beginning of 1943, and then used for training purposes in the Baltic. In 1944-1945, the Prinz Eugen was used for shore bombardment off the Baltic coast against the advancing Soviet troops to cover the evacuation of refugees. Although heavily damaged on several occasions, but her crew fondly remember her as "the lucky ship." Prinz Eugen was the only heavy surface unit of the Kriegsmarine to survive WW2 intact.
Scale 1:700 Length 304mm
Part No: TR05767

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Trumpeter Richelieu French Battleship (1943) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter Richelieu French Battleship (1943) 1:700 Scale  (TR05750)

Richelieu was launched on January 17th, 1939. As a result of the situation in France after the German offensive, she sailed for Dakar in June,1940. But for some political reasons,she fought against British warships there. Then she rejoined the Allied in 1942 and was refitted in January 1943 at Brooklyn Navy Yard in the USA. She had her radar and AA armament upgraded. Her 37mm and 13.2mm AA armament was replaced by 40mm Bofors and 20mm Oerlikons. This refit was completed in August. Then she was incorporated into the British Home Fleet .With units of this fleet, she participated in an operation against the Norwegian coast in January 1944. After ordered to join the British Far Eastern Fleet, she participated in operations against Japan.
Scale 1:700, Length 355.5mm
Part No: TR05750
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Trumpeter Richelieu French Battleship (1946) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter Richelieu French Battleship (1946) 1:700 Scale  (TR05751)

Richelieu was launched on January 17th, 1939. As a result of the situation in France after the German offensive, she sailed for Dakar in June,1940. But for some political reasons,she fought against British warships there. Then she rejoined the Allied in 1942 and was refitted in January 1943 at Brooklyn Navy Yard in the USA. She had her radar and AA armament upgraded. Her 37mm and 13.2mm AA armament was replaced by 40mm Bofors and 20mm Oerlikons. This refit was completed in August. Then she was incorporated into the British Home Fleet .With units of this fleet, she participated in an operation against the Norwegian coast in January 1944. After ordered to join the British Far Eastern Fleet, she participated in operations against Japan.
Scale 1:700, Length 355.5mm
Part No: TR05751
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Trumpeter RN Littorio Italian Navy Battleship (1941) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter RN Littorio Italian Navy Battleship (1941) 1:700 Scale  (TR05778)

Italian Navy Battleship RN Littorio 1941
The largest and most powerful warships ever built in Italy, the battleships of the Littorio class, were the first “35,000 tonners” to come under the provisions of the Washington Treaty. Although the Washington Navel Conference of 1922 gave Italy the authority to build up to 182,800 tons of new capital ships (including 70,000 tons prior to 1932), the Italians waited more than a decade before beginning construction.
Scale 1:700, Length 340mm
Part No: TR05778

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Trumpeter RN Vittorio Veneto Italian Navy Battleship (1940) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter RN Vittorio Veneto Italian Navy Battleship (1940) 1:700 Scale  (TR05779)

The RN Vittorio Veneto was commissioned 1 May 1940. Her first mission of World War II came 31 August 1940 as part of the concentration of the Italian battleships to put to sea during the war. She participated in a mission to challenge the British Mediterranean Fleet based at Alexandria, Egypt. The RN Vittorio Veneto was inactive until November 1940. The last combat mission was The Convoy Battle in June 1942. The ship was sent to Genoa for repairs where it remained and was later returned to La Spezia. There she was to remain until the Italian surrender in September 1943. She was decommissioned on 3 January 1948. The Paris Peace Treaty ceded the ship to Great Britain; the British government permitted the Italians to scrap her. This was done in La Spezia during 1948-1950.
Scale 1:700, Length 340mm
Part No: TR05779

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Trumpeter Russian Carrier Admiral Kuznetsov 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter Russian Carrier Admiral Kuznetsov 1:700 Scale  (TR05713)

Russian Carrier Admiral Kuznetsov. The Kuznetsov Class aircraft carrier was constructed at Nikolayev South Shipyard on the Black Sea in the Ukraine. The Admiral Kuznetsov was launched in 1985. She is the only aircraft carrier in the Russian Navy. The Admiral Kuznetsov supports strategic missile carrying submarines, surface ships and maritime missile-carrying aircraft of the Russian fleet. The ship has the capacity to support 16 Yakovlev Yak-141, 12 Sukhoi Su-33 fixed-wing aircraft and a range of helicopters including four Kamov Ka-27-LD, 18 Kamov Ka-27 PLO, and two Ka-27-S. The ship has a SS-N-19 anti-ship missile system equipped with twelve surface-to-surface missile launchers. The SA-N-9 air defense missile system, with 24 vertical launchers and 192 missiles, defends the ship against anti-ship missiles, aircraft and surface ships. The ship is equipped with an RBU-12000 anti-submarine system with 60 anti-submarine rockets.
Scale 1:700, Length 435 mm
Part No: TR05713
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Trumpeter Russian Navy Slava Class Cruiser Marshal Ustinov 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter Russian Navy Slava Class Cruiser Marshal Ustinov 1:700 Scale  (TR05722)

Ukraine Navy Slava Class Cruiser Vilna Ukraina. The Project 1164 of missile cruisers was first laid in 1976. The first ship of this class was launched in 1979 at ship yard no. 445, and was commissioned in 1983 under the name Slava. The Slava was finally renamed with Moskva, and re-commissioned with hull number 121 after its overhaul in 2000 as the flag ship of the Russian Black Sea Fleet. 3 other vessels of this class were launched, the second unit, the Marshal Ustinov, was commissioned with the Northern Fleet in 1986 with hull no 070. The third unit was commissioned to the Pacific Fleet in 1989 under the name Chervona Ukraina, in 1990’s it was renamed 011 Varyag. The fourth and final vessel is still pending, initially to be named Vilna Ukraina.
Scale 1:700 Length 265mm
Part No: TR05722

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Trumpeter Russian Navy Slava Class Cruiser Moskva 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter Russian Navy Slava Class Cruiser Moskva 1:700 Scale  (TR05720)

Russian Navy Slava Class Cruiser Moskva. Russian Navy Slava Class Cruiser Moskva Length: 186 m Beam: 20.8 m Displacement: Full: 11500 tons, Standard: 9800 tons The Project 1164 of missile cruisers was first laid in 1976. The first ship of this class was launched in 1979 at ship yard no. 445, and was commissioned in 1983 under the name Slava. The Slava was finally renamed with Moskva, and re-commissioned with hull number 121 after its overhaul in 2000 as the flag ship of the Russian Black Sea Fleet. 3 other vessels of this class were launched, the second unit, the Marshal Ustinov, was commissioned with the Northern Fleet in 1986 with hull no 070. The third unit was commissioned to the Pacific Fleet in 1989 under the name Chervona Ukraina, in 1990’s it was renamed 011 Varyag. The fourth and final vessel is still pending, initially to be named Vilna Ukraina.
Scale 1:700 Length 266mm
Part No: TR05720

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Trumpeter Russian Navy Slava Class Cruiser Varyag 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter Russian Navy Slava Class Cruiser Varyag 1:700 Scale  (TR05721)

Ukraine Navy Slava Class Cruiser Vilna Ukraina. The Project 1164 of missile cruisers was first laid in 1976. The first ship of this class was launched in 1979 at ship yard no. 445, and was commissioned in 1983 under the name Slava. The Slava was finally renamed with Moskva, and re-commissioned with hull number 121 after its overhaul in 2000 as the flag ship of the Russian Black Sea Fleet. 3 other vessels of this class were launched, the second unit, the Marshal Ustinov, was commissioned with the Northern Fleet in 1986 with hull no 070. The third unit was commissioned to the Pacific Fleet in 1989 under the name Chervona Ukraina, in 1990’s it was renamed 011 Varyag. The fourth and final vessel is still pending, initially to be named Vilna Ukraina.
Scale 1:700 Length 265mm
Part No: TR05721

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Trumpeter SS Jeremiah O'Brien Liberty Ship 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter SS Jeremiah O'Brien Liberty Ship 1:700 Scale  (TR05755)

Jeremiah O’Brien is product of an emergency shipbuilding program Of Word War II that resulted in the construction of more than 2,700 Liberty ships. Designed as cheap quickly built simple cargo steamers,the,liberty ships formed the backbone of a massive sealift of troops,arms,and material to every theater of the war.the ship made wartme voyages between the east coast,Canada,and the united Kingdom,to South America,Australia,and the Philippines.From June until December 1994,O’Brien made 11 trips between the United Kingdom and Normandy To Normandy in support of the D-Day invasion,including a trip from Belrast,lrelend to Normandy with troops from Patton’s Fifth Division.
Scale 1:700, Length 192mm
Part No: TR05755
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Trumpeter SS John W. Brown Liberty Ship 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter SS John W. Brown Liberty Ship 1:700 Scale  (TR05756)

The John W. Brown made 13 wartime voyages to the Persian Gulf and the Mediterranean, including duty during the Anzio landings. She was also part of the invasion force of southern France during Operation Dragoon in August, 1944. The US Navy Armed Guard gunners of the John W. Brown shot down at least one enemy plane at the invasion of southern France in August, 1944. After the war, the John W. Brown carried government cargoes to help rebuild war-tom Europe and returned American troops to the United states.
Scale 1:700, Length 192mm
Part No: TR05756
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Trumpeter Tirpitz German Battleship 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter Tirpitz German Battleship 1:700 Scale  (TR05712)

German Battleship Tirpitz. After the sinking of the Bismarck the Tirpitz was the only large battleship of the German Navy. Put into service on 25.02.1941, she carried a crew of 2,608 men and had a displacement of 52,600 tons. In 1942 she was transferred to Norway where operated from fjord bases against British convoys. Numerous British air attacks caused only minor damage, whereas an attack by 3 British mini U-boats on 22.09.1943 proved more successful. British noval planes caused major damage to the Tirpitz on 03.04.1944. Finally, on 12.11.1944, 36 British bombers achieved three direct hits, causing the Tirpitz to capsize with loss of 1204 men.
Scale 1:700, Length 360 mm
Part No: TR05712
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Trumpeter Ukraine Navy Slava Class Cruiser Vilna Ukraina 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter Ukraine Navy Slava Class Cruiser Vilna Ukraina 1:700 Scale  (TR05723)

Ukraine Navy Slava Class Cruiser Vilna Ukraina. The Project 1164 of missile cruisers was first laid in 1976. The first ship of this class was launched in 1979 at ship yard no. 445, and was commissioned in 1983 under the name Slava. The Slava was finally renamed with Moskva, and re-commissioned with hull number 121 after its overhaul in 2000 as the flag ship of the Russian Black Sea Fleet. 3 other vessels of this class were launched, the second unit, the Marshal Ustinov, was commissioned with the Northern Fleet in 1986 with hull no 070. The third unit was commissioned to the Pacific Fleet in 1989 under the name Chervona Ukraina, in 1990’s it was renamed 011 Varyag. The fourth and final vessel is still pending, initially to be named Vilna Ukraina.
Scale 1:700 Length 265mm
Part No: TR05723

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Trumpeter USS Abraham Lincoln Carrier CVN-72 (2004) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Abraham Lincoln Carrier CVN-72 (2004) 1:700 Scale  (TR05732)

The Nimitz Class aircraft carriers are the largest warships ever built. With over 6,000 personnel, the carrier has a displacement of 102,000t, and a flight deck length of 332.9m. All seven nuclear-powered Nimitz class carriers have been built by Newport News Shipbuilding, based in Virginia. The Nimitz air wing consists of 74-86 aircraft. The flight deck measures 333 x 77m and is equipped with four lifts, four steam-driven catapults and four arrester wires. The carrier is capable of launching one aircraft every 20s. The nuclear-powered carrier has two General Electric pressurized water reactors driving four turbines of 260,000hp (194MW) and four shafts. There are four emergency diesels of 10,720hp (8MW). The first of class, USS Nimitz, was commissioned in 1975. The latest, USS Ronald Reagan CVN-76, was commissioned in July 2003.
Scale 1:700, Length 475 mm
Part No: TR05732
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Trumpeter USS Alabama BB-60 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Alabama BB-60 1:700 Scale  (TR05762)

The South Dakota class was originally planned that only two ships of this design would be built, and that the Iowa design would start with BB-59. In the event was decided to build BB-59 and BB-60 as repeats of this design, to expedite production. This class was generally resembled the North Carolina class, but shorter, with one funnel instead of two. The armor and underwater protection scheme was entirely new, however. The design was found to be rather cramped, especially for antiaircraft guns in the superstructure, because the length of the superstructure had been reduced. The 5" guns were at the 01 and 02 levels, rather than at the main deck and 01 level, as they had been in North Carolina. Still, they were good, effective ships and gave good service during WWII. As with other battleships of their era, however, they were rapidly overtaken by changes in naval warfare.
Scale 1:700, Length 297mm
Part No: TR05762

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Trumpeter USS Astoria CA-34 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Astoria CA-34 1:700 Scale  (TR05743)

USS Astoria CA-34. The NEW OLREANS class represented the last class of the second generation “Treaty” heavy cruiser built between the two World Wars. The seven heavy cruisers in the class were outwardly similar. Their wartime displacement was 10,136 tons standard and 12,436 tons at full load. This displacement increased year by year due to the addition of radar, electronic equipment, and anti-aircraft protection. NEW OLREANS class cruisers were some of the most used ships in the US Navy during World War Two. They were found at every major naval skirmish even though there were only four units remaining after 1942. NEW OLREANS class heavy cruisers earned a total of 63 Battle Stars in the fight against the Japanese in the Pacific.
Scale 1:700 Length 256mm
Part No: TR05743

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Trumpeter USS Baltimore CA-68 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Baltimore CA-68 1:700 Scale  (TR05724)

The BALTIMORE (CA-68) was launched 28 July 1942, commissioned 15 April 1943, and reported to the Pacific Fleet. Between November 1943 and June 1944 BALTIMORE was a unit of the fire support and covering forces at the operations in the Southeast Asia. In July 1944, she embarked President Roosevelt and his party and steamed to Pearl Harbor. Returning to the war zone in November 1944, she was assigned to the 3rd Fleet. On 26 January 1945 she joined the 5th Fleet for her final operations of the war: Honshu Island attacks; Iwo Jima operation; and the 5th Fleet raids in support of the Okinawa operation. After the cessation of hostilities BALTIMORE served as a unit of the “Magic Carpet” fleet and then as a part of the naval occupation force in Japan BALTIMORE received nine battle stars for her service in the Pacific during World War II.
Scale 1:700 Length 295mm
Part No: TR05724

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Trumpeter USS Baltimore CA-68 (1944) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Baltimore CA-68 (1944) 1:700 Scale  (TR05725)

The BALTIMORE (CA-68) was launched 28 July 1942, commissioned 15 April 1943, and reported to the Pacific Fleet. Between November 1943 and June 1944 BALTIMORE was a unit of the fire support and covering forces at the operations in the Southeast Asia. In July 1944, she embarked President Roosevelt and his party and steamed to Pearl Harbor. Returning to the war zone in November 1944, she was assigned to the 3rd Fleet. On 26 January 1945 she joined the 5th Fleet for her final operations of the war: Honshu Island attacks; Iwo Jima operation; and the 5th Fleet raids in support of the Okinawa operation. After the cessation of hostilities BALTIMORE served as a unit of the “Magic Carpet” fleet and then as a part of the naval occupation force in Japan BALTIMORE received nine battle stars for her service in the Pacific during World War II.
Scale 1:700 Length 296mm
Part No: TR05725

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Trumpeter USS Blue Ridge LCC-19 (1997) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Blue Ridge LCC-19 (1997) 1:700 Scale  (TR05715)

Blue Ridge LCC-19 was commissioned on November 14, 1970, at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard as the most sophisticated command and control platform in the Navy. From 1971 until 1979, Blue Ridge operated from San Diego, California, where she deployed to the Western Pacific, earning the Meritorious Unit and Navy Unit Commendations for the evacuation of Saigon, Vietnam in 1975.Since October 1979, Blue Ridge has been forward deployed from Japan as the flagship of Commander Seventh Fleet. She performed brilliantly during a nine-and-one-half month deployment as flagship for Commander United States Naval Forces Central Command during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm from August 1990 through May 1991.USS Blue Ridge made her historic port visit to Shanghai, People Republic of China in May 1989.
Scale 1:700 Length 279mm
Part No: TR05715

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Trumpeter USS Blue Ridge (LCC-19) 2004 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Blue Ridge (LCC-19) 2004 1:700 Scale  (TR05717)

Blue Ridge LCC-19 was commissioned on November 14, 1970, at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard as the most sophisticated command and control platform in the Navy. From 1971 until 1979, Blue Ridge operated from San Diego, California, where she deployed to the Western Pacific, earning the Meritorious Unit and Navy Unit Commendations for the evacuation of Saigon, Vietnam in 1975.Since October 1979, Blue Ridge has been forward deployed from Japan as the flagship of Commander Seventh Fleet. She performed brilliantly during a nine-and-one-half month deployment as flagship for Commander United States Naval Forces Central Command during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm from August 1990 through May 1991.USS Blue Ridge made her historic port visit to Shanghai, People Republic of China in May 1989.
Scale 1:700 Length 279mm
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Trumpeter USS California BB-44 1945 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS California BB-44 1945 1:700 Scale  (TR05784)

USS CALIFORNIA (BB-44), the second of two Tennessee Class turbo-electric battleships, was laid down on October 25th 1916, launched on November 20th 1919 and commissioned on August 10th 1921. At the time, CALIFORNIA was the largest warship built at Mare Island Naval Shipyard in California.
In the raid on Pearl Harbor on December 7th 1941 CALIFORNIA was sunk by Japanese torpedo action. Following the crew’s successful efforts that prevented capsize, CALIFORNIA was refloated on March 25th 1942 and made for Puget Sound ship yard for rehabilitation and modernisation, completed by January 1944. With sister Tennessee, CALIFORNIA participated in the invasions of Saipan, Guam and Tinian in June and July 1944, and in the Mariana and Palau islands invasions from June to November 1944. Tennessee collided with CALIFORNIA in the Pacific on August 23rd 1944, both ships sustaining damage, with fatalities on CALIFORNIA. The naval Battle of Leyte Gulf in October 1944 saw the sister ships in action again.
Scale 1:700 Length 272mm
Part No: TR05784

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Trumpeter USS DD-537 The Sullivans Destroyer (1944) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS DD-537 The Sullivans Destroyer (1944) 1:700 Scale  (TR05731)

The DD-537 was originally named Putnam, on 6 February 1943 she was renamed The Sullivans to honor the memory of the five Sullivans brothers who were lost when the light cruiser Juneau (CL-52) succumbed to Japanese torpedoes. Launched on 4 April 1943, sponsored by Mrs. Thomas F. Sullivan, the mother of the five Sullivan brothers, and commissioned on 30 September 1943.The Sullivans deployed to the Pacific, arriving at Pearl Harbor on 28 December 1943.For the next eighteen month, The Sullivans was actively engaged in operations ranging from plane guard for the fast carriers to shore bombardment to anti-Kamikaze picket duty off Okinawa. On 10 January 1946 she was decommissioned at San Diego, and recommissioned on 6 July 1951 for The Korea War. The Sullivans was decommissioned at Philadelphia on 7 January 1965. The Sullivans received nine battle stars for World War II service and two for Korean service.
Scale 1:700, Length 164 mm
Part No: TR05731
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Trumpeter USS Detroit AOE-4 AOE Fast Combat Support Ship  1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Detroit AOE-4 AOE Fast Combat Support Ship 1:700 Scale  (TR05786)

The fast combat support ship (AOE) is the Navy's largest combat logistics ship. The AOE has the speed and armament to keep up with the carrier battle groups. It rapidly replenishes Navy task forces and can carry more than 177,000 barrels of oil, 2,150 tons of ammunition, 500 tons of dry stores and 250 tons of refrigerated stores. It receives petroleum products, ammunition and stores from shuttle ships and redistributes these items simultaneously to carrier battle group ships. This reduces the vulnerability of serviced ships by reducing alongside time. SACRAMENTO class is considered a benchmark in West Coast shipbuilding. DETROIT and her sister ships , are the largest ships ever built on the West Coast. Only the Iowa class battleships and aircraft carriers have greater displacements than SACRAMENTO class.
DETROIT was placed in commission on 28 March 1970.
Scale 1:700, Length 347mm
Part No: TR05786

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Trumpeter USS Dwight D Eisenhower CVN-69 (1978) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Dwight D Eisenhower CVN-69 (1978) 1:700 Scale  (TR05753)

The Nimitz Class aircraft carriers are the largest warships ever built. With over 6,000 personnel, the carrier has a displacement of 102,000t, and a flight deck length of 332.9m. All seven nuclear-powered Nimitz class carriers have been built by Newport News Shipbuilding, based in Virginia. The Nimitz air wing consists of 74-86 aircraft. The flight deck measures 333 x 77m and is equipped with four lifts, four steam-driven catapults and four arrester wires. The carrier is capable of launching one aircraft every 20s. The nuclear-powered carrier has two General Electric pressurized water reactors driving four turbines of 260,000hp (194MW) and four shafts. There are four emergency diesels of 10,720hp (8MW). The first of class, USS Nimitz, was commissioned in 1975. The latest, USS Ronald Reagan CVN-76, was commissioned in July 2003.
Scale 1:700, Length 473mm
Part No: TR05753
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Trumpeter USS Essex Carrier CV-9 (1943) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Essex Carrier CV-9 (1943) 1:700 Scale  (TR05728)

USS CV-9 Essex Carrier 1943. During World War II the United States built three types of aircraft carriers, the Essex class heavy carriers, the Independence class light carriers, and “escort” carriers. The 24 ships of the Essex class were not remarkable for any great design innovation, but essentially for being in right place at right time, and for doing well the task history gave them. The Essex class carriers served in numbers too large, and too late in the war to gain the fame of the prewar carriers whose names they frequently bore, but they served longer than any other class, and through wars never dreamed of by their builders. Those that survive as museum ship today are a fitting tribute to the class that ruled the Pacific fifty years ago.
Scale 1:700, Length 379 mm
Part No: TR05728
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Trumpeter USS Franklin CV-13 (1944) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Franklin CV-13 (1944) 1:700 Scale  (TR05730)

During World War II the United States built three types of aircraft carriers, the Essex class heavy carriers, the Independence class light carriers, and “escort” carriers. The 24 ships of the Essex class were not remarkable for any great design innovation, but essentially for being in right place at right time, and for doing well the task history gave them. The Essex class carriers served in numbers too large, and too late in the war to gain the fame of the prewar carriers whose names they frequently bore, but they served longer than any other class, and through wars never dreamed of by their builders. Those that survive as museum ship today are a fitting tribute to the class that ruled the Pacific fifty years ago.
Scale 1:700, Length 378 mm
Part No: TR05730
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Trumpeter USS Hancock CV-19 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Hancock CV-19 1:700 Scale  (TR05737)

Hancock was the first of the ‘long hull’ Essex class carriers to be completed, being commissioning in April of 1944. Hancock first saw action with the Third Fleet in attacks on Formosa, the Philippines, Okinawa, and Japan. In 1945 the carrier took part in attacks on Indo-China, Okinawa, and Japan itself. Damaged in an aircraft explosion in January 1945 and again by kamikaze strike in April, Hancock returned to take part in Magic Carpet operations. She was withdrawn from service 1n 1947, and after modernization and further service, was scrapped in 1976. Hancock was awarded the Navy Unit Commendation and received four battle stars for service in World War II
Scale 1:700, Length 384 mm
Part No: TR05737
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Trumpeter USS Hornet Aircraft Carrier CV-8 (1942) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Hornet Aircraft Carrier CV-8 (1942) 1:700 Scale  (TR05727)

The HORNET (CV-8) was launched 14 December 1940 by the Newport News Ship Building & Dry Dock Co,and commissioned at Norfolk 20 October 1941. 18 April 1942, HORNET lunched B-25 to bomb Japan, Intercepted broadcasts, both in Japanese and English. 6 June 1942, HORNET planes attacked the fleeing Japanese fleet to assist in sinking cruiser Mikuma, damaged a destroyer, and left cruiser Mogami aflame and heavily damaged. HORNET (CV-8) received four battle stars for World War II service.
Scale 1:700, Length 360 mm
Part No: TR05727
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Trumpeter USS John C Stennis Nuclear Carrier CVN-74 (1998) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS John C Stennis Nuclear Carrier CVN-74 (1998) 1:700 Scale  (TR05733)

The Nimitz Class aircraft carriers are the largest warships ever built. With over 6,000 personnel, the carrier has a displacement of 102,000t, and a flight deck length of 332.9m. All seven nuclear-powered Nimitz class carriers have been built by Newport News Shipbuilding, based in Virginia. The Nimitz air wing consists of 74-86 aircraft. The flight deck measures 333 x 77m and is equipped with four lifts, four steam-driven catapults and four arrester wires. The carrier is capable of launching one aircraft every 20s. The nuclear-powered carrier has two General Electric pressurized water reactors driving four turbines of 260,000hp (194MW) and four shafts. There are four emergency diesels of 10,720hp (8MW). The first of class, USS Nimitz, was commissioned in 1975. The latest, USS Ronald Reagan CVN-76, was commissioned in July 2003.
Scale 1:700, Length 475 mm
Part No: TR05733
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Trumpeter USS CV2 Lexington 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS CV2 Lexington 1:700 Scale  (TR05716)

Length overall: 270.8m Beam max: 39.7m Hull: 32.2m Displacement standard: 41187t Full load: 43054t The USS LEXINGTON (CV-2), was originally designated CC-1.Authorized to be completed as an aircraft carrier 1 July 1922, commissioned 14 December 1927.On 7 December 1941, LEXINGTON based at Pearl Harbor, when word of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor was received, She immediately launched search plane to hunt for the Japanese fleet. On 7 may 1942 LEXINGTON'S air group sank the Japanese light carrier SHOHO. 8th, LEXINGTON was hit by 2 torpedoes and 3 bombs, finally rolled over on her side and sank. LEXINGTON received 2 battle stars for her World War II service.

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Length: 387 mm Width: 54mm
Part No: TR05716

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Trumpeter USS Massachusetts BB-59 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Massachusetts BB-59 1:700 Scale  (TR05761)

USS Massachusetts (BB-59), known as "Big Mamie" to her crewmembers during World War II, was a battleship of the second South Dakota-class. She was the seventh ship of the United States Navy to be named in honor of the sixth state. Her keel was laid down 20 July 1939 at the Fore River Shipyard of Quincy, Massachusetts. She was launched on 23 September 1941 sponsored by Mrs. Charles Francis Adams, wife of the Secretary of the Navy; and commissioned on 12 May 1942 at Boston, Massachusetts, with Captain Francis E.M. Whiting in command.The ship, which saw action throughout World War II, is believed to have fired the U.S. Navy's first and last 16-inch shells of the war.BB-59 is currently a museum ship, the focal point of Battleship Cove at Fall River, Massachusetts.
Scale 1:700 Length 297mm
Part No: TR05761

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Trumpeter USS Minneapolis CA-36 (1942) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Minneapolis CA-36 (1942) 1:700 Scale  (TR05744)

USS Minneapolis CA-36 (1942). The NEW OLREANS class represented the last class of the second generation “Treaty” heavy cruiser built between the two World Wars. The seven heavy cruisers in the class were outwardly similar. Their wartime displacement was 10,136 tons standard and 12,436 tons at full load. This displacement increased year by year due to the addition of radar, electronic equipment, and anti-aircraft protection. NEW OLREANS class cruisers were some of the most used ships in the US Navy during World War Two. They were found at every major naval skirmish even though there were only four units remaining after 1942. NEW OLREANS class heavy cruisers earned a total of 63 Battle Stars in the fight against the Japanese in the Pacific.
Scale 1:700 Length 256mm
Part No: TR05744

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Trumpeter USS Missouri Battleship BB-63 (1991) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Missouri Battleship BB-63 (1991) 1:700 Scale  (TR05705)

The construction of BB-63 began on 6 January 1941 in the New York Navy Yard as the third ship of Iowa-class battleships. The Iowa-class was planned with a view to rival the super battleships (Yamato-class-to-be) planned by Japan, which withdrew from Washington and London treaty in 1936. Its design represented that the class was 45,000 tons (the very limit to the London Treaty), nine 16in/50cal guns in three batteries, and the speed of 33 knots. The speed was decided under precautions against the Japanese Kongo-class high-speed battleships, which boasted of 30 knots. To fulfill the conditions, its engine compartment for a high-power engine needed to be a large one. However, the width of warships of the US, which faced two oceans, had to be 33m at the widest in order to pass through the Panama canal. Inevitably, its length at the waterline was very long 262m. although the US Navy at that time was capable of manufacturing 18 inch guns, it was impossible to mount them on a ship under 33m-wide. And the fact that the Yamato-class had 18 inch guns had been unknown to the US until the end of WWII. Entering service in June 1944, Missouri became the temporary headquarter of the 58th high-speed task force. When she participated in the battle of lwojima and Okinawa, she received Kamikaze attacks and was slightly damaged. After the surrender of Japan she entered Tokyo Bay as the flagship of the 3rd fleet.
Scale 1:700 Length 386mm
Part No: TR05705

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Trumpeter USS Mount Whitney LCC-20 (1997) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Mount Whitney LCC-20 (1997) 1:700 Scale  (TR05719)

USS Mount Whitney LCC-20. USS Mount Whitney LCC-20 Displacement :17000 t Length :196m Beam :33m Speed :23kts. USS Mount Whitney LCC?20 originally authorized as AGC?20, was reclassified LCC?20 on 1 January 1969, and laid down 6 January by Newport News Shipbuilding & Drydock Co.,; she is scheduled to launch in January 1970 and to commission in December 1970. As the second of a powerful and sophisticated new type of amphibious command ship, she will provide integrated command and control facilities for sea, air, and land commanders in amphibious operations with the fleet. Mount Whitney serves as the Flagship for Commander Second Fleet/Commander Striking Fleet Atlantic. In 1999, Mount Whitney deployed to the Mediterranean as flagship for Commander, 6th Fleet. On November 12, 2002, Mount Whitney deployed to the Central Command area of responsibility in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Scale 1:700 Length 280mm
Part No: TR05719

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Trumpeter USS Mount Whitney LCC-20 (2004) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Mount Whitney LCC-20 (2004) 1:700 Scale  (TR05718)

USS Mount Whitney LCC-20. USS Mount Whitney LCC-20 Displacement :17000 t Length :196m Beam :33m Speed :23kts. USS Mount Whitney LCC?20 originally authorized as AGC?20, was reclassified LCC?20 on 1 January 1969, and laid down 6 January by Newport News Shipbuilding & Drydock Co.,; she is scheduled to launch in January 1970 and to commission in December 1970. As the second of a powerful and sophisticated new type of amphibious command ship, she will provide integrated command and control facilities for sea, air, and land commanders in amphibious operations with the fleet. Mount Whitney serves as the Flagship for Commander Second Fleet/Commander Striking Fleet Atlantic. In 1999, Mount Whitney deployed to the Mediterranean as flagship for Commander, 6th Fleet. On November 12, 2002, Mount Whitney deployed to the Central Command area of responsibility in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Scale 1:700 Length 280mm
Part No: TR05718

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Trumpeter USS New Jersey Battleship BB-62 (1983) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS New Jersey Battleship BB-62 (1983) 1:700 Scale  (TR05702)

BB-62 New Jersey was laid down in the Philadelphia Navy Yard on 16 September 1940, as the second ship of Iowa class battleships. The Iowa class was planned with a view to rival the super battleships (Yamato class-to-be) planned by Japan, which withdrew from Washington and London treaty in 1936. Its design represented that the class was 45,000 tons (the very limit to the London Treaty), nine 16in/50cal guns in three batteries, and speed 33 knots. The speed was decided under precautions against the Japanese Knots class battleships, which boasted of speed 30 knots.
Scale 1:700 Length 386mm
Part No: TR05702

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Trumpeter USS North Carolina BB-55 Battleship (1944) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS North Carolina BB-55 Battleship (1944) 1:700 Scale  (TR05734)

The North Carolina (BB-55) was laid down 27 October 1937 by New York Naval Shipyard; launched 13 June 1940 and commissioned at New York 9 April 1941. North Carolina completed her shakedown in the Caribbean prior to the Pearl Harbor attack, and after intensive war exercises, entered the Pacific 10 June 1942. When the U.S. attacked Guadalcanal in early August of 1942, North Carolina was the only U.S. battleship available to provide protection for the carriers Wasp CV-7, Saratoga CV-3 and Enterprise CV-6. In the Battle of the Eastern Solomon, North Carolina forever changed the role of the new battleships when she shot down seven Japanese planes in one battle. After that battle it would not be uncommon for fast battleship to screen aircraft carriers due to their massive anti-aircraft batteries. On the afternoon of September 15 1942, one torpedo was hit the North Carolina. The torpedo hit tore a hole 10 meter long and 6 meter high in the shell plating and caused 5 dead. After inactivation, she decommissioned at New York 27 June 1947
Scale 1:700, Length 318 mm
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Trumpeter USS Nimitz CVN-68 1975 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Nimitz CVN-68 1975 1:700 Scale  (TR05714)

U.S Nuclear Aircraft Carrier CVN-68 Nimitz. The Nimitz Class aircraft carriers are the largest warships ever built. With over 6,000 personnel, the carrier has a displacement of 102,000t, and a flight deck length of 332.9m. All seven nuclear-powered Nimitz class carriers have been built by Newport News Shipbuilding, based in Virginia. The Nimitz air wing consists of 74-86 aircraft. The flight deck measures 333 x 77m and is equipped with four lifts, four steam-driven catapults and four arrester wires. The carrier is capable of launching one aircraft every 20s. The nuclear-powered carrier has two General Electric pressurized water reactors driving four turbines of 260,000hp (194MW) and four shafts. There are four emergency diesels of 10,720hp (8MW). The first of class, USS Nimitz, was commissioned in 1975. The latest, USS Ronald Reagan CVN-76, was commissioned in July 2003.
Scale 1:700, Length 482mm
Part No: TR05714
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Trumpeter USS Nimitz CVN-68 2005 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Nimitz CVN-68 2005 1:700 Scale  (TR05739)

The Nimitz Class aircraft carriers are the largest warships ever built. With over 6,000 personnel, the carrier has a displacement of 102,000t, and a flight deck length of 332.9m. All seven nuclear-powered Nimitz class carriers have been built by Newport News Shipbuilding, based in Virginia. The Nimitz air wing consists of 74-86 aircraft. The flight deck measures 333 x 77m and is equipped with four lifts, four steam-driven catapults and four arrester wires. The carrier is capable of launching one aircraft every 20s. The nuclear-powered carrier has two General Electric pressurized water reactors driving four turbines of 260,000hp (194MW) and four shafts. There are four emergency diesels of 10,720hp (8MW). The first of class, USS Nimitz, was commissioned in 1975. The latest, USS Ronald Reagan CVN-76, was commissioned in July 2003.
Scale 1:700, Length 482mm
Part No: TR05739
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Trumpeter USS Pittsburgh CA-72 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Pittsburgh CA-72 1:700 Scale  (TR05726)

The PITTSBURGH (CA-72), was laid down 3 February 1943, launched 22 February 1944, and commissioned at Boston 10 October 1944. She joined TF 58 in 13 February 1945, around aircraft carrier LEXINGTON (CV-16). Between 23 March and 27 April 1945, PITTSBURGH guarded the carriers as they first prepared for, then covered and supported the invasion of Okinawa. Enemy airfields were interdicted, and the troops given direct aid from the carriers. PITTSBURGH repelled enemy air attacks and launched her scout planes to rescue downed carrier pilots. On 4 June 1945, PITTSBURGH has lost her bow in a typhoon which by early next day had increased to 70-knot winds and 100 foot waves. With a false bow, PITTSBURGH left Guam 24 June bound for Puget Sound Navy Yard, arriving 16 July. Still under repair at war's end, she was placed in commission in reserve 12 March 1946 and decommissioned 7 March 1947. PITTSBURGH received 2 battle stars for World War II service.
Scale 1:700 Length 297mm
Part No: TR05726

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Trumpeter USS Quincy CA-39 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Quincy CA-39 1:700 Scale  (TR05748)

USS Quincy CA-39. The NEW OLREANS class represented the last class of the second generation “Treaty” heavy cruiser built between the two World Wars. The seven heavy cruisers in the class were outwardly similar. Their wartime displacement was 10,136 tons standard and 12,436 tons at full load. This displacement increased year by year due to the addition of radar, electronic equipment, and anti-aircraft protection. NEW OLREANS class cruisers were some of the most used ships in the US Navy during World War Two. They were found at every major naval skirmish even though there were only four units remaining after 1942. NEW OLREANS class heavy cruisers earned a total of 63 Battle Stars in the fight against the Japanese in the Pacific.
Scale 1:700 Length 256mm
Part No: TR05748

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Trumpeter USS Sacramento AOE-1 AOE Fast Combat Support Ship  1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Sacramento AOE-1 AOE Fast Combat Support Ship 1:700 Scale  (TR05785)

The fast combat support ship (AOE) is the Navy's largest combat logistics ship. The AOE has the speed and armament to keep up with the carrier battle groups. It rapidly replenishes Navy task forces and can carry more than 177,000 barrels of oil, 2,150 tons of ammunition, 500 tons of dry stores and 250 tons of refrigerated stores. It receives petroleum products, ammunition and stores from shuttle ships and redistributes these items simultaneously to carrier battle group ships. This reduces the vulnerability of serviced ships by reducing alongside time.SACRAMENTO is considered a benchmark in West Coast shipbuilding. The ship and her sister ships , are the largest ships ever built on the West Coast. Only the Iowa class battleships and aircraft carriers have greater displacements than SACRAMENTO.
SACRAMENTO was placed in commission on 15 March 1964 and out of commission in 2004.
Scale 1:700, Length 347mm
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Trumpeter USS San Francisco CA-38 (1942) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS San Francisco CA-38 (1942) 1:700 Scale  (TR05746)

USS San Francisco CA-38. The NEW OLREANS class represented the last class of the second generation “Treaty” heavy cruiser built between the two World Wars. The seven heavy cruisers in the class were outwardly similar. Their wartime displacement was 10,136 tons standard and 12,436 tons at full load. This displacement increased year by year due to the addition of radar, electronic equipment, and anti-aircraft protection. NEW OLREANS class cruisers were some of the most used ships in the US Navy during World War Two. They were found at every major naval skirmish even though there were only four units remaining after 1942. NEW OLREANS class heavy cruisers earned a total of 63 Battle Stars in the fight against the Japanese in the Pacific.
Scale 1:700 Length 256mm
Part No: TR05746

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Trumpeter USS San Francisco CA-38 (1944) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS San Francisco CA-38 (1944) 1:700 Scale  (TR05747)

USS San Francisco CA-38. The NEW OLREANS class represented the last class of the second generation “Treaty” heavy cruiser built between the two World Wars. The seven heavy cruisers in the class were outwardly similar. Their wartime displacement was 10,136 tons standard and 12,436 tons at full load. This displacement increased year by year due to the addition of radar, electronic equipment, and anti-aircraft protection. NEW OLREANS class cruisers were some of the most used ships in the US Navy during World War Two. They were found at every major naval skirmish even though there were only four units remaining after 1942. NEW OLREANS class heavy cruisers earned a total of 63 Battle Stars in the fight against the Japanese in the Pacific.
Scale 1:700 Length 256mm
Part No: TR05747

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Trumpeter USS Saratoga CV-3 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Saratoga CV-3 1:700 Scale  (TR05738)

Saratoga, one of the first fast carriers in the United States Navy, was laid down on 25 September 1920, by the New York Shipbuilding Co., and commissioned on 16 November 1927. When the Japanese struck Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941, Saratoga was just entering San Diego after an interim dry docking at Bremerton. She hurriedly got underway the following day as the nucleus of a third carrier force. On 11 January 1942, she was hit by a deep-running torpedo fired by the Japanese submarine. As flagship of Real Admiral F. J. Fletcher, Saratoga opened the Guadalcanal assault early on 7 August 1942 when she turned into the wind to launch aircraft. She provided air cover for the landings for the next two days, and take part in all the operations in the Guadalcanal. Saratoga was surplus to postwar requirements, and she was assigned to Operation “Crossroads” at Bikini Atoll to test the effect of the atomic bomb on naval vessels. She was struck from the Navy list on 15 August 1946. Saratoga received seven battle stars for her WWII service.
Scale 1:700, Length 388 mm
Part No: TR05738
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Trumpeter USS South Dakota BB-57 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS South Dakota BB-57 1:700 Scale  (TR05760)

USS South Dakota was launched in June 1941 and commissioned in March 1942. In November, 1942, she joined battleship USS Washington and some destroyers to form TF 64. The force was operating southwest of Guadalcanal against a Japanese bombardment group consisted of the one battleship, two heavy cruisers and a destroyer screen. South Dakota had taken 42 hits which caused considerable damage. The battleship next operated with the British Home Fleet, based at Scapa Flow. During the operation against Philippine Islands, South Dakota and carriers covered the landings on Mindoro. On July14th, 1945, as part of a bombardment group, she participated in the shelling of the Kamaishi Steel Works, Honshu. This was the first gunfire attack on the Japanese home islands by heavy warships. On January 31th, 1947, she was placed in reserve, out of commission. South Dakota received 13 battle stars for World War II service.
Scale 1:700, Length 297mm
Part No: TR05760

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Trumpeter USS Theodore Rosevelt CVN-71 (2006) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Theodore Rosevelt CVN-71 (2006) 1:700 Scale  (TR05754)

USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71) is the fourth ship in the Nimitz-class of nuclear powered aircraft carriers. She was laid down on Oct. 31 1981 at Newport News shipyard, launched on 27 October 1984 and commissioned on Oct. 26 1986. The flight deck measures 333m x 76.8m and is equipped with four lifts, four steam-driven catapults and four arrester wires. The carrier is capable of launching one aircraft every 20 seconds. The nuclear-powered carrier has two General Electric pressurized water reactors driving four turbines of 260,000hp and four shafts. There are four emergency diesels of 10,720hp. The carrier already participated in several wars and operations: The Gulf War in 1991, Operation Allied Force in 1999, Operation Enduring Freedom in 2001/2002 and Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003.
Scale 1:700, Length 473mm
Part No: TR05754
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Trumpeter USS Ticonderoga CV-14 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Ticonderoga CV-14 1:700 Scale  (TR05736)

The second ‘long hull’ unit, Ticonderoga was laid down in 1 Mar 1943, commissioned in May of 1944, built by Newport News. Her first action was supporting landings in the Philippines. In January 1945 the she was damaged by a kamikaze, but returned to support operations off Okinawa and Japan. After participating in Magic Carpet operations Ticonderoga was placed in reserve in 1947. Ticonderoga was modernized and saw further service, was being stricken in 1973 Ticonderoga received five battle stars during World War II and three Navy Unit Commendations, one Meritorious Unit Commendation, and 12 battle stars during the Vietnam War.
Scale 1:700, Length 384 mm
Part No: TR05736
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Trumpeter USS Tuscaloosa CA-37 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Tuscaloosa CA-37 1:700 Scale  (TR05745)

USS Tuscaloosa CA-37. The NEW OLREANS class represented the last class of the second generation “Treaty” heavy cruiser built between the two World Wars. The seven heavy cruisers in the class were outwardly similar. Their wartime displacement was 10,136 tons standard and 12,436 tons at full load. This displacement increased year by year due to the addition of radar, electronic equipment, and anti-aircraft protection. NEW OLREANS class cruisers were some of the most used ships in the US Navy during World War Two. They were found at every major naval skirmish even though there were only four units remaining after 1942. NEW OLREANS class heavy cruisers earned a total of 63 Battle Stars in the fight against the Japanese in the Pacific.
Scale 1:700 Length 256mm
Part No: TR05745

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Trumpeter USS Vincennes CA-44 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Vincennes CA-44 1:700 Scale  (TR05749)

USS Vincennes CA-44. The NEW OLREANS class represented the last class of the second generation “Treaty” heavy cruiser built between the two World Wars. The seven heavy cruisers in the class were outwardly similar. Their wartime displacement was 10,136 tons standard and 12,436 tons at full load. This displacement increased year by year due to the addition of radar, electronic equipment, and anti-aircraft protection. NEW OLREANS class cruisers were some of the most used ships in the US Navy during World War Two. They were found at every major naval skirmish even though there were only four units remaining after 1942. NEW OLREANS class heavy cruisers earned a total of 63 Battle Stars in the fight against the Japanese in the Pacific.
Scale 1:700 Length 256mm
Part No: TR05749

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Trumpeter USS Washington BB-56 Battleship (1942) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Washington BB-56 Battleship (1942) 1:700 Scale  (TR05735)

USS Washington BB-56 was laid down on 14 June 1938 at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, commissioned on 15 May 1941. December 1941, Washington became the flagship for Rear Admiral John W. Wilcox, Commander, Battleship Division 6, and Commander, Battleships, Atlantic Fleet. On 4 April 1942, she was joining the British Home Fleet. The force got underway to engage in reconnaissance for the protection of the vital convoys running to Murmansk. 15 September 1942, Washington put to sea bound for a rendezvous with TF 17, the force formed around the aircraft carrier HORNET. In the fourth battle of Savo Island, Washington engaged Kirishima, in the first head-to-head confrontation of battleships in the Pacific war. In seven minutes, tracking by radar, Washington sent 75 rounds of 16-inch and 107 rounds of 5-inch at ranges from 8,400 to 12,650 yards, scoring at least nine hits with her main battery and about 40 with her 5-inchers, silencing the enemy battleship in short order. USS Washington earned 13 battle stars during World War II in operations that had carried her from the Arctic Circle to the western Pacific
Scale 1:700, Length 318 mm
Part No: TR05735
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Trumpeter USS Wisconsin Battleship BB-64 (1991) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Wisconsin Battleship BB-64 (1991) 1:700 Scale  (TR05706)

BB-64 Wisconsin was laid down in the Philadelphia Navy Yard on 25 January 1941, as the fourth ship of Iowa-class battleships. The Iowa-class was planned with a view to rival the super battleships (Yamato-class-to-be) planned by Japan, which withdrew from Washington and London Treaty in 1936. its design represented that the class was 45,000 tons (the very limit to the London Treaty), nine 16in/50cal guns in three batteries, and the speed of 33 knots. The speed was decided under precautions against the Japanese Kongo-class high-speed battleships, which boasted of 30 knots. To fulfill the conditions, its engine compartment for a high-power engine needed to be a large on However, the width of warships of the US, which faced two oceans, had to be 33m at the widest in order to pass through the Panama canal. Inevitably, its length at the waterline was very long 262m. Although the US Navy at that time was capable of manufacturing 18 inch guns, it was impossible to mount them on a ship under 33m-wide. And the fact that the Yamato-class had 18 inch guns had been unknown to the US until the end of WWII. Wisconsin entered service in April 1944 as a part of the 3rd fleet. With her sister ship New Jersey the experienced battles such as landing operations of Mindoro Island and Okinawa. After the war the Iowa-class ships returned home and served as the training ships for new officers. When the Korean War occurred in 1950, the four ships, which had been in mothballs except Missouri, were back to the battle. In May 1956 she collided with DD-510 Eaton and damaged her bow, exchanging it with that of uncompleted Kentucky, the 6th Iowa-class. In 1980 Reagan administration ordered the revival of Iowa-class battleships under the project of defense buildup of US naval force. Wisconsin was equipped with eight launchers of Tomahawk, 4 quadruple launchers of Harpoon, 20mmCLWS, and a Helicopter deck while removing 12.7cm guns. When the Gulf War occurred she and Missouri8 were deployed to Persian Gulf. They made gunfire and launched Tomahawks to Iraqi troops. In September 1991 she was again in reserve duty and is now moored at Norfolk Navy Yard.
Scale 1:700 Length 386mm
Part No: TR05706

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Trumpeter USS Carrier Yorktown CV-10 (1945) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Carrier Yorktown CV-10 (1945) 1:700 Scale  (TR05729)

During World War II the United States built three types of aircraft carriers, the Essex class heavy carriers, the Independence class light carriers, and “escort” carriers. The 24 ships of the Essex class were not remarkable for any great design innovation, but essentially for being in right place at right time, and for doing well the task history gave them. The Essex class carriers served in numbers too large, and too late in the war to gain the fame of the prewar carriers whose names they frequently bore, but they served longer than any other class, and through wars never dreamed of by their builders. Those that survive as museum ship today are a fitting tribute to the class that ruled the Pacific fifty years ago.
Scale 1:700, Length 378 mm
Part No: TR05729
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Trumpeter USSR Navy Frunze Battle Cruiser 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USSR Navy Frunze Battle Cruiser 1:700 Scale  (TR05708)

USSR Navy Frunze Battle Cruiser
Scale 1:700 Length 359mm
Part No: TR05708

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Trumpeter USSR Navy Kalinin Battle Cruiser 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USSR Navy Kalinin Battle Cruiser 1:700 Scale  (TR05709)

USSR Navy Kalinin Battle Cruiser
Scale 1:700 Length 359mm
Part No: TR05709

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Trumpeter USSR Navy Kiev Aircraft Carrier (1941) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USSR Navy Kiev Aircraft Carrier (1941) 1:700 Scale  (TR05704)

Briefing on Kiev Aircraft Carrier»Kiev is the first aircraft of the former USSR Kiev-Class carriers. The keel was laid on in July of 1970 In May 1975,kiev officially joined in the USSR Navy on its active duty in the former USSR Pacific Fleet. There are eight missile launchers located on the head of the deck along with a number of other functional missile launchers on the four sides of upper deck. The carrier is also equipped with four 76mm conventional guns which make it so different from the U.S.Navy Ships. Kiev is the first aircraft carrier that carries that carries the vertical and short-distance take-off fighters.
Scale 1:700, Length 387mm
Part No: TR05704

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Trumpeter USSR Navy Kirov Battle Cruiser 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USSR Navy Kirov Battle Cruiser 1:700 Scale  (TR05707)

USSR Navy Kirov Battle Cruiser
Scale 1:700 Length 359mm
Part No: TR05707

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Trumpeter USSR Navy Minsk Aircraft Carrier 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USSR Navy Minsk Aircraft Carrier 1:700 Scale  (TR05703)

Briefing on Minsk Aircraft Carrier»Minsk is the second aircraft carrier of the former USSR Kiev-Class carriers. The keel was laid on in December of 1972 and the vessel was launched in October 1975. In February 1978, Minsk officially joined in the USSR Navy on its active duty in the former USSR Pacific Fleet. There are eight missile launchers located on the head of the deck along with a number of other functional missile launchers on the four sides of upper deck. The carrier is also equipped with four 76mm conventional guns which make it so different from the U.S.Navy Ships. Minsk is the first aircraft carrier that carries the vertical and short-distance take-off fighters.
Scale 1:700 Length 387mm
Part No: TR05703

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Trumpeter USSR Navy P.Velikiy Battle Cruiser 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USSR Navy P.Velikiy Battle Cruiser 1:700 Scale  (TR05710)

USSR Navy P.Velikiy Battle Cruiser
Scale 1:700 Length 359mm
Part No: TR05710

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