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Data sheet US HORNET CV-8
|Type of product||Ship model kit|
|Assembly||to be assembled and painted|
|Paint and glue||To be bought separately|
|Box size (cm)||82 x 25 x 8|
Ship Model US HORNET CV-8
The USS Hornet (CB-8), the 1941-1942 version USS Hornet, was a 19,800 ton Yorktown class aircraft carrier constructed at Newport News, Virginia.
Commissioned in October 1941, she spent the next four months in the Atlantic preparing for battle. Transferred to the Pacific in March 1942, the Hornet was immediately deployed for the Doolittle raid.
On 18 April 1942 she launched 16 U.S.Army B-25 bombers to attack Japan, a strike that caused relatively little damage but which had enormous strategic implications.
The Hornet was then sent to the South Pacific to reinforce U.S.units following the Battle of Coral Sea, but was recalled to Pearl Harbor in mid-May.
She then took part in the Battle of Midway, on 4-6 June 1942 during which her aircraft assisted in the sinking of the Japanese cruiser Mikuma.
In August 1942, the Hornet returned to the South Pacific to join the fight for Guadalcanal.
During much of September and October, she was the only operational U.S.aircraft carrier available to oppose the Japanese in that area. On 26 October 1942, during the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands, her planes attacked and badly damaged the Japanese carrier Shokaku.
In return, however, the Hornet received heavy bomb and torpedo damage, necessitating her abandonment. Though accompanying U.S.destroyers attempted to scuttle her, she remained afloat until torpedoed and sunk by Japanese ships early in the morning of 27 October.
Scale : 1:350
The 1:350 scale is mainly used for model ships (battleships, aircraft carriers, etc.).
A large boat that will measures 150m in length at full size will be 1 foot 5 inches / 42,8cm in the scaled model (150/350 = 0.428).
Paint and glue : To be bought separately
The tools, paints and glue are not provided.
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Reference : 05601
Other tags : TSM-5601 - TSM-561 - TU05601 - TU561 - 9365601 - 936561 - 95T05601 - 95T561 - 561
Ship model kit - to be assembled and painted - Paint and glue to be bought separately
Scale : 1:350 -Box size : 82 cm x 25 cm x 8 cm
Trumpeter: Specialties and Models
The Trumpeter brand has a complete offer of models of international aircraft carriers and cruisers for lovers and enthusiasts of modeling.
All you need to know about Trumpeter
Who is the trumpeter manufacturer?
Trumpeter is a China-based brand that specializes in RC modeling . Its vocation is to make military models to satisfy war fans. With more than 1,000 items in its catalog, Trumpeterecreates the best miniature battlefields with the Night Trumpeter.
What are trumpeter's specialties?
With its team of engineers and its high-performance machines, Trumpeter makes war battalions in miniature. His models are appreciated by their priceless quality and attention to detail. In addition, the brand continues to innovate its creations.
Mis apart from the battalions, Trumpeter also made models of warships and miniature vehicles. To perfect them, the brand offers a varied catalog of accessories.
What are Trumpeter's models and their specificities?
By Trumpeter's products, we've selected a few templates that might be of interest to you:
● The U.S. mockup Vought F4U-1D Corsair :
This model of an American military aircraft is a reproduction of one of the most famous flying aircraft of the Second World War, notably with its appearance in the television series Les Têtes brûlées.
● The Corsair Trumpeter 1/32 :
Reproduced at a scale of 1/32, this model contains 350 pieces, including decals, photocuts and plastic bunches.
● The ford gt 40 Trumpeter 1/12 :
This model is inspired by the Ford GT40, one of the most popular sports cars of the American manufacturer Ford. With its assembly options with bolted parts, it wins the auto competition lasting 24 hours on 4 successive occasions. From 1964 to 1968, only 126 copies were marketed by Trumpeter. This model consists of 300 pieces, including chrome, photo-engraved, metallic and decal parts.
● The bismarck 1/200 Trumpeter model :
Inspired of a World War II warship, this model is intended for experts in naval modeling. Bismarck was the first battleship built by the Nazis in the Blohm & Voss shipyard. It is the largest warship used by Germany in the nineteenth century. She sank as a result of british bombing and saved the lives of 114 sailors out of 2,200 crews. Its wreck was found in 1989 650 kilometers off the coast of France. Trumpeter's miniature replica contains 1,700 pieces and is not recommended for children under the age of 14.
What sets Tamiya apart?
Scale indicates the size of the model relative to the size of the reproduced original. This principle is valid for miniature vehicles, models and figurines. Trumpeter's catalogue consists of a variety of models available in different scales, including:
● The trumpeter 1/35;
● The trumpeter 1/12;
● The trumpeter 1/32;
● The trumpeter 1/200.
To make a choice, it is necessary to refer to the size of the recreational land and the intended use.
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