Navy & Coast Guard
Two refit Iowa Class battleships, the nuclear guided missile cruiser USS Long Beach, a Spruance Class destroyer and what looks like a pair of Knox Class frigates all churn through the ocean as a wall of haze-gray painted steel. All of these ships have since been retired but the exotic mix of classes that made up Reagan's '600 ship navy' is still an awesome sight to behold.
Waterline series Plastic model kit, assembly, glue & paint required. Moveable main guns and torpedo launchers. Markings for all 9 E Class destroyers produced Approximate dimensions HMS Hood: 14.76” L, E Class Destroyer: 5.62” L Box dimensions: 15.6" L x 5.6" W x 1.8"H Recommend for 14 years and above. Built in May 1920, the British Battle Cruiser Hood featured a displacement of 48,360t. Flagship of the Royal Navy, for close to 20 years she was recognized as one of the world's largest warship