Missouri is the third ship, the United States Navy Iowa class battleship, was built in 1944, the same year in service. January 1945 the USS Missouri as flagship of the 3rd Fleet, formally joined the U.S. Pacific Fleet, took part in a few battles, including Iwo Jima, Battle of Okinawa and Japan native attack operations in February to July 1945.
Missouri has witnessed the historic moment of the end of the Second World War - at 9:02 on September 2, 1945, the representative of Japan signed the unconditional surrender on the USS Missouri deck was parked at the Tokyo Bay, World War II a stop. Reserve sequestration of the battleship was commissioned in 1955, a number of occasions back and fully retired until 1992.
Item Name USS Missouri BB-63
Item Type Static Kit
Model Brief Length: 1352mm Beam:165 mm
Total Parts 1573
Metal Parts shaft,metal chain
Photo Etched Parts 11 pcs
Film Parts n/a
Resin Parts n/a
Total Sprues 34 sprues , hull , decks , propeller and anchor
Released Date 2013-09
More Features - hull made from two-directional slide molds
- The Deck is split into two pieces
- two SC-1 w/ fine details.
- Accurately detailed gun
- 11 photo etched frets for handrails, ladders, radar parts etc