American to WW2

US Navy 1920-1945. American forces matured in WW1, these ships were built on experience and once awoken the sleeping giants' resolve proved terrible indeed.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of USS Wyoming as an AA training ship in 1944 by Neptun 1309A
£65.00
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(Product Ref 58346)
A 1/1250 scale second-hand model of USS Enterprise CV.6 in 1944 by Navis Neptun 1314A. This model is in as new condition in its original box
£72.00
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(Product Ref 87151)
Converted from a Fleet Collier, she was the first aircraft carrier with transverse arrestor wires.
£64.00
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(Product Ref 67186)
A 1/1250 scale model of USS Commencement Bay by Navis Neptun 1320.

The Commencement Bays were a development of the Sangamons having the tanker hulls, uprated power plants and the island similar to the Saipans. The longer flight deck enabled them to be used with aircraft introduced after WW2 and Commencement Bay herself remained in the US Navy until 1971.
£63.00
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(Product Ref 61815)
Neat model to usual Navis high standard of a typical US escort carrier.
£59.50
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(Product Ref 88839)
Built in 1939 as Rio de la Plata for Moore-McCormack Line and converted to an escort carrier, she was commissioned as HMS Charger under the Lease-Lend Agreement in March 1942. After service in the Royal Navy, she was returned to the United States and became USS Charger in December 1942 and served as a training carrier for the rest of the war. In 1948, she was bought by V-ships and became the Fairsea running from Naples to Melbourne for the Sitmar Line until 1969.
£61.00
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(Product Ref 70839)
£51.00
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(Product Ref 80026)
£57.50
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(Product Ref 88319)
The members of this class had an active war and were sold on to minor navies afterwards. General Belgrano (ex-Phoenix) was sunk by HMS Conqueror in 1982!
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(Product Ref 67187)
£57.50
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(Product Ref 61896)
£22.50
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(Product Ref 83284)
£22.50
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(Product Ref 83285)
Navis capture the spirit of these small US Navy escort destroyers quite well. Rudderow was a 24 knot speed, 1450 ton displacement ship that was armed with 2 x 5" main guns guns, a 'hedgehog' forward throwing anti submarine mortar plus a number of smaller cannons and machine guns.
£22.50
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(Product Ref 85597)
£26.95
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(Product Ref 60927)
£11.00
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(Product Ref 97391)
One of the larger ships designed to land directly on the beaches with mechanised armour.
£10.00
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(Product Ref 71301)
The flagship of Admiral Don P. Moon on D-Day and manned by the USCG, she served as an Attack Transport, Hospital Ship and Command Ship off the beaches until 25th June.
£49.25
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(Product Ref 64851)
Prohibition may have been the reason that the 10 ships of this class were built but they came in useful as convoy escorts in WW2.
£20.00
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(Product Ref 79126)
This destroyer was originally mastered using rapid prototype technology - directly from computer 3-D drawings.
£29.00
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(Product Ref 69464)

A 1/1250 scale, fully finished and painted model of Chitose, a Kasagi-class protected cruiser of 1889. Both ships of this class were present at the Battle of Tsushima in the Russo-Japanese war.

£42.75
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(Product Ref 101441)