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AFV 1/350 USS Gato Submarine 1943 AFV-SE73511 AFV 1/350 USS Gato Submarine 1943 AFV-SE73511
$42.99
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AFV 1/350 USS Gato Submarine 1943
Bronco 1/350 USS Seawolf Submarine Bronco 1/350 USS Seawolf Submarine
$19.99
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Description

Length: 310 mm Width: 64 mm Height: 67 mm.
Plastic parts: 26. Decals by Cartograf for 2 different versions.

Hobby Boss 1/350 USS Greenville SSN-772 Hobby Boss 1/350 USS Greenville SSN-772
$16.99
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Hobby Boss 1/350 USS Greenville SSN-772
Hobby Boss 1/350 USS Los Angeles Class SSN-688 H83530 Hobby Boss 1/350 USS Los Angeles Class SSN-688 H83530
$12.99
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Hobby Boss 1/350 USS Los Angeles Class SSN-688
Hobby Boss 1/350 USS Virginia Submarine H83513 Hobby Boss 1/350 USS Virginia Submarine H83513
$31.99
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Description

The Virginia Class new attack submarine is an advanced stealth multi-mission nuclear-powered submarine for deep ocean anti-submarine warfare and littoral (shallow water) operations.Although the Seawolf submarine was developed to provide an eventual replacement for the US Navy Los Angeles Class submarines in combating the Soviet forces, the prohibitive unit cost and changing strategic

Hobby Boss 1/700 USS Balao SS-285 H87011 Hobby Boss 1/700 USS Balao SS-285 H87011
$6.99
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Description

The Balao (SS-285) class was conceived as an improved Gato (SS-212) class submarine. Balao introduced several new concepts to the submarine force when she was commissioned in 1943. The most important of these being the thicker pressure hull, using 7/8 high tensile steel plates rather than the 5/8 plate used in the earlier Gato class. Improvements in hull construction increased

Hobby Boss 1/700 USS Gato SS-212 H87012 Hobby Boss 1/700 USS Gato SS-212 H87012
$6.99
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Description

During World War II, the Gato class, and its successor, the Balao class, carried much of the burden of the submarine war in the Pacific. These new fleet submarines were successful boats that proved to be fast, strong, well armed, and suited to the long-range patrols necessary to fight in the Pacific. They waged war against the Axis powers, amassing a record of devastation and

Hobby Boss 1/700 USS Gato SS-212 H87013 Hobby Boss 1/700 USS Gato SS-212 H87013
$6.99
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Description

During World War II, the Gato class, and its successor, the Balao class, carried much of the burden of the submarine war in the Pacific. These new fleet submarines were successful boats that proved to be fast, strong, well armed, and suited to the long-range patrols necessary to fight in the Pacific. They waged war against the Axis powers, amassing a record of devastation and

Hobby Boss 1/700 USS Greenville SSN-772 H87016 Hobby Boss 1/700 USS Greenville SSN-772 H87016
$6.99
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Description

The Los Angeles class nuclear powered submarine is an attack submarine equipped for strike missions, antisubmarine warfare, intelligence  gathering and search and rescue. The United States Navy has 51 Los Angeles Class submarines, 16 in the Pacific Fleet and 32 in the Atlantic Fleet. The first was commissioned in 1976. Nine of the Los Angeles class submarines were deployed in

Hobby Boss 1/700 USS Los Angeles SSN-688 H87014 Hobby Boss 1/700 USS Los Angeles SSN-688 H87014
$6.99
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Description

The Los Angeles class nuclear powered submarine is an attack submarine equipped for strike missions, anti submarine warfare, intelligence gathering and search and rescue. The United States Navy has 51 Los Angeles Class submarines, 16 in the Pacific Fleet and 32 in the Atlantic Fleet. The first was commissioned in 1976. Nine of the Los Angeles class submarines were deployed in

Hobby Boss 1/700 USS SSN-21 Seawolf Submarine H87003 Hobby Boss 1/700 USS SSN-21 Seawolf Submarine H87003
$6.99
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Description

The first of the Seawolf class, the Seawolf (SSN21), was commissioned in July 1997. The Seawolf is significantly quieter than the previous Los Angeles class, faster, has more torpedo tubes, and carries more weapons. She can target surface ships at long range and can target about 75 percent of the earths land mass for strike missions. This submarine introduces the advanced AN/BSY-2

Hobby Boss 1/700 USS SSN-23 Jimmy Carter Submarine H87004 Hobby Boss 1/700 USS SSN-23 Jimmy Carter Submarine H87004
$6.99
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Description

The Jimmy Carter, the third and final submarine of the Seawolf class, was launched in June 2004 and commissioned in February 2005. The submarine is roughly 30 m longer than the other two ships of her class due to the insertion of a section known as the Multi-Mission Platform (MMP), which is the unique feature of the Jimmy Carter. MMP provides enhanced payload capabilities, enabling

Riich Models 1/200 OS2U Kingfisher (2 kits) RCH-20003 Riich Models 1/200 OS2U Kingfisher (2 kits) RCH-20003
$44.99
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Riich Models 1/200 OS2U Kingfisher (2 kits)
Tamiya 1/700 I-58 (Late Type) & CA-35 Indianapolis Submarine T25119 Tamiya 1/700 I-58 (Late Type) & CA-35 Indianapolis Submarine T25119
$52.99
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Tamiya 1/700 I-58 (Late Type) & CA-35 Indianapolis Submarine
Trumpeter 1/144 USS Gato Submarine SS-212 1941 Trumpeter 1/144 USS Gato Submarine SS-212 1941
$56.99
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Trumpeter 1/144 USS Gato Submarine SS-212 1941

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AFV 1/350 USS Gato Submarine 1943

Description

Length: 310 mm Width: 64 mm Height: 67 mm.
Plastic parts: 26. Decals by Cartograf for 2 different versions.

Hobby Boss 1/350 USS Greenville SSN-772
Hobby Boss 1/350 USS Los Angeles Class SSN-688

Description

The Virginia Class new attack submarine is an advanced stealth multi-mission nuclear-powered submarine for deep ocean anti-submarine warfare and littoral (shallow water) operations.Although the Seawolf submarine was developed to provide an eventual replacement for the US Navy Los Angeles Class submarines in combating the Soviet forces, the prohibitive unit cost and changing strategic

Description

The Balao (SS-285) class was conceived as an improved Gato (SS-212) class submarine. Balao introduced several new concepts to the submarine force when she was commissioned in 1943. The most important of these being the thicker pressure hull, using 7/8 high tensile steel plates rather than the 5/8 plate used in the earlier Gato class. Improvements in hull construction increased

Description

During World War II, the Gato class, and its successor, the Balao class, carried much of the burden of the submarine war in the Pacific. These new fleet submarines were successful boats that proved to be fast, strong, well armed, and suited to the long-range patrols necessary to fight in the Pacific. They waged war against the Axis powers, amassing a record of devastation and

Description

During World War II, the Gato class, and its successor, the Balao class, carried much of the burden of the submarine war in the Pacific. These new fleet submarines were successful boats that proved to be fast, strong, well armed, and suited to the long-range patrols necessary to fight in the Pacific. They waged war against the Axis powers, amassing a record of devastation and

Description

The Los Angeles class nuclear powered submarine is an attack submarine equipped for strike missions, antisubmarine warfare, intelligence  gathering and search and rescue. The United States Navy has 51 Los Angeles Class submarines, 16 in the Pacific Fleet and 32 in the Atlantic Fleet. The first was commissioned in 1976. Nine of the Los Angeles class submarines were deployed in

Description

The Los Angeles class nuclear powered submarine is an attack submarine equipped for strike missions, anti submarine warfare, intelligence gathering and search and rescue. The United States Navy has 51 Los Angeles Class submarines, 16 in the Pacific Fleet and 32 in the Atlantic Fleet. The first was commissioned in 1976. Nine of the Los Angeles class submarines were deployed in

Description

The first of the Seawolf class, the Seawolf (SSN21), was commissioned in July 1997. The Seawolf is significantly quieter than the previous Los Angeles class, faster, has more torpedo tubes, and carries more weapons. She can target surface ships at long range and can target about 75 percent of the earths land mass for strike missions. This submarine introduces the advanced AN/BSY-2

Description

The Jimmy Carter, the third and final submarine of the Seawolf class, was launched in June 2004 and commissioned in February 2005. The submarine is roughly 30 m longer than the other two ships of her class due to the insertion of a section known as the Multi-Mission Platform (MMP), which is the unique feature of the Jimmy Carter. MMP provides enhanced payload capabilities, enabling

Riich Models 1/200 OS2U Kingfisher (2 kits)
Tamiya 1/700 I-58 (Late Type) & CA-35 Indianapolis Submarine
Trumpeter 1/144 USS Gato Submarine SS-212 1941