we have large scale Naval vessels and ships of the U.S. Navy.
The kits vary in scale, from 1/350 to the massive 1/200.
kits represent model ships from as early as WWI and as late as
the nuclear powered aircraft carriers, and the newest ships of
the fleet, such as the LCS series.
in size from about 12 inches to more than 36 inches, some of the
navy ship models are quite long. But it's not just their size.
They have intricate details all over them, and fine engraved parts.
aftermarket companies make photoetch, brass, and resin parts to
take these ship projects to a museum quality build.
has never been a time as modelers where so many great ship models
have been offered, especially in these sizes and scales.
also a wide variety, from Liberty ships, to Destroyers, to Frigates,
and the ever popular Aircraft Carriers. There's a kit for just
about every modeler to assemble into a magnificent model to display.
E", USS Enterprise was the second in the Yorktown Class Aircraft
Carrier. Construction commenced in 1934 and officially launched
in 1936. She entered service in 1938. CV-6 is one of the most
sought after WWII Aircraft Carrier models and it is the first
time in 1/350 scale with correct hull shape, Command Island and
Anti Aircraft Guns Placement for Battle of Santa Cruz Island
of Tamiyas best known and most popular ship models. The USS Enterprise
features a large flight deck, landing signal lights, an angled
deck center line, landing area runway markings and much more.
Exterior side elevators. Several different airplanes and jets,
Detailed pictorial instructions.
is a precise reprodution of the USS Indianapolis, 1945 version.
Featured in this kit are detailed parts of various canonns, machine
guns, and floatplanes. The upper and lower hull can be divided
and a display stand is included.
1:200 scale, this is one of the largest plastic injection modeled
aircraft carrier model kits ever produced anywhere. Features:
One Piece Injection Molded Hull - Fully Detailed Hanger - Carrier
Deck Molded in Clear Plastic to Display Hanger Detail - 5 x F4F-4
Wildcat Fighters - 5 x SBD 3/4 Dauntless Dive Bombers - 8 x TBD-1
Devastator Torpedo Bombers - 16 x Doolittle Raid B25 B with Proper
Nose art and Markings - Optional Built with "Early"
or "Late" Type Radars - Over 1,290 Parts - 44 Injection
Molded Spruces - 9 Photo Etched Detailing Sheets - 8 x Turn Metal
Barrels for 5 inch Guns - Metal anchor Chains.
Reuben James is an Oliver Hazard Perry-class guided
missile frigate with a crew of 245
USS Freedom LCS-1 is the lead ship of the Freedom class of Littoral
combat ships, and is the third vessel of the United States Navy
to be so named. She is the design competitor produced by the Lockheed
Martni consortium, in competition with the General Dynamics-designed
USS Independence. She is designed for a variety of missions in
shallow waters, capable against submarines and ships, as well
as minesweeping and humanitarian relief. This plastic model kit
is a highly-detailed, accurate representation of the modern ship
on January 14 1943, the USS Independence (CVL-22) actually began
life as a light cruiser before being converted into a light aircraft
carrier during its construction. This ship model maintains the
highest standards. The impressively large kit makes widespread
use of slide-mold technology. Instead of using old methods of
separate parts, the Independence boasts a one-piece hull with
undercuts and no gaps to fill. Modelers also have the choice of
building their carrier with a full hull or with a waterline version.
The focus of a carrier is its busy flight deck. The box contains
no less than 18 true-to-scale fighters to line up, as well as
eight auxiliary vehicles and 18 realistic-looking figures. The
flight deck itself is one piece, allowing suitable texture to
be rendered and full inclusion of deck-edge detail. For all those
finer details, several photo-etched metal frets are included!
USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67) is the only ship of her class, a subclass
of Kitty Hawk aircraft carrier design, and the last conventionally
powered carrier built for the U.S. Navy. The ship is named after
the 35th president of the United States, John F. Kennedy and nicknamed
Photoetch Sheets Included
Momsen is the twenty-sixth destroyer of the Arleigh Burke class
to be built by Bath Iron Works. She is named after Vice Admiral
Charles B. Swede Momsen of Flushin, Queens. Features optional
full or waterline hull, well detailed decks, superstructure, and
weapons; display stand; nameplate; optional open hangar doors
and hangar interior detail. Also includes 2 clear-molded SH-60B
helicopters, clear windowed bridge sections and photo-etch parts
Includes color painting guide and decals for hull, deck, aircraft,
jack and ensign. 530 parts.
large 1:200 scale shipmodel represents the ship USS Arizona, a
Pennsylvania-class battleship, as she was in 1941, before the
surprise attack at Pearl Harbor
Yorktown (CV-5) was an aircraft carrier commissioned in the United
States Navy from 1937 until she was sunk at the Battle of Midway
in June 1942. She was named after the Battle of Yorktown in 1781
and the lead ship of the Yorktown class. Precise 1/350 Scale Model
Kit - - Full Hanger Deck Detail - Photo-etched Detail Sheet x
5 - Full Color Painting Guide - Single Piece Hull with plating
detail - Model in 1943 Battle of Midway fit. - Positional Elevators
- U.S. Navy Planes x 3 Types - Decal Sheet for different PT Boats
is a massive 1/200 scale model of the USS Iowa, which was the
lead ship of her class of battleship, and was the only ship of
her class to have served in the Atlantic Ocean during World War
I. When transferred to the Pacific Fleet in 1944, Iowa shelled
beachheads at Kwajalein and Eniwetok in advance of Allied amphibious
landing. During the Korean War, Iowa was involved in raids on
the North Korean coast. After being decommissioned, she was reactivated
in 1984 and operated in both the Atlantic and Pacific Fleets to
counter the recently expanded Soviet fleet.This kit consists of
over 1,520 parts on 34 spruces and includes a metal chain and
shaft, photo-etched handrails, ladders and radar parts and two
new kit is a 1/350 scale rendition of USS Princeton (CVL-23),
an Independence-class light aircraft carrier of the US Navy (USN)
commissioned on 25 February 1943..This new Smart Kit features
numerous new parts. These include the port antiaircraft gun platform,
the island walls and radar installation. The stern antiaircraft
gun platform has been revised too. There are also a number of
new photo-etched parts specifically for Princeton, these include
radar antenna components. For greater versatility, modelers can
elect to build a full-hull version or a waterline hull. To help
populate this large ship, there are 18 appropriately scaled crewmen
figures, as well as vehicles such as aircraft tugs. The complement
of twelve aircraft is reproduced in transparent plastic, which
allows easier painting and portrayal of cockpit glazing.
3rd US Navy Iowa class battleship (but the 4th and last to be
completed), the ‘Mighty Mo', configured is presented here
in late WWII fit. Kit features 1-piece main hull with separate
bow, internal hull stiffeners, crisp molding, highly detailed
decks with engraved plank texture, individual deck fittings, complex
multi-tiered superstructure, full weapon's array, stowage lockers,
filigree masts and yardarms, ship's boats, life rafts, intricate
boat and aircraft cranes, clear-molded SC-1 seaplanes (x2), metal
propeller shafts and brass anchor chain. Photo-etch parts are
provided on (6) frets – superstructure railings, inclined
and vertical ladders, gangways, light weapon details, catapult
and cable reel parts, boat details, fire control/radar antennae
and many additional fine details.
New York (LPD-21), the fifth San Antonio-class amphibious transport
dock, is the seventh ship of the United States Navy to be named
after the state of New York. The ship is notable for using steel
that was salvaged from the World Trade Center, after it was destroyed
in the September 11 attacks.
San Francisco, the second ship of the New Orleans class, was launched
in 1933 and commissioned in February 1934. In October 1941 she
was taken in for a refit at Pearl Harbor Navy Yard -- and was
attacked on December 7, 1941. She survived the Japanese attack
unscathed, and she continued fleet service until the end of the
Second World War. This 1/350 scale assembly kit can be constructed
as either full hull version or waterline version. A display stand
with name plate in included for the full hull version.
ships were used during WWII to primarily carry supplies. They
were made fast and simple. During the height of the war and their
production, a new Liberty Ship left the shipyards EVERY FOUR DAYS!
One ship was built in only 30 days to show it could be done. Trumpeter
makes a couple of Liberty Ship models, one of them being the SS
Jeremiah O'Brien. It just so happens that the REAL O'Brien is
being restored, and is a last
survivor of these workhorse ships. Talk about some great reference!
This model would be a great addition and interesting build for
USS Gambier Bay was a Casablanca class escort carrier. It won
4 battle stars for actions in Leyte Gulf, where it was lost during
its brave stand against overwhelming Japanese pressure. The model
kit is 1/350 scale and includes six aircraft and, as a special
bonus, a poster of the Gambier Bay.
USS Kidd (DDG-993) was commissioned on March 27th 1981. The most
formidable warship of her size ever to patrol the world's oceans,
blending the best features of the SPRUANCE Class destroyers with
the combat system of the VIRGINIA Class nuclear cruisers to produce
a ship with unique characteristics: A ship so quiet, and an ASW
system so capable, that she operates offensively against submarines.
War II era U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Franklin (CV-13), an
Essex-class aircraft carrier. Nicknamed the "Big Ben",
the USS Franklin (CV-13) was best known for being the hardest
hit aircraft carrier to survive the Second World War. Model kit
features: Waterline or full hull, hangar deck, detailed flight
deck, Includes stand, 4 each Helldivers, Hellcats, Avengers, Corsair
and Dauntless. Markings for battle Kamikaze fighters, Oct 1944.
Upper hull + Lower hull + Waterline plate +Hangar decks + Flight
decks + Display stand.
Indianapolis was a Portland-class cruiser of the United States
Navy. Having first served in 1942 in the South Pacific, she saw
major action in many Japanese strongholds, becoming a critical
part of many US Naval battles in WWII. After having been overhauled
twice during the war, her final mission was on July 30, 1945 delivering
critical parts for the first atomic bomb to be used in combat
to the U.S. air base at Tinian. Shortly after the delivery, the
ship was torpedoed by a Japanese I-58 submarine and sank in 12
minutes. Of 1,196 crewmen aboard, approximately 300 went down
with the ship and nearly 600 additional perished in the water
awaiting rescue. Kit consists of over 630 parts on 14 spruces,
including photo-etched parts. Two SOC aircraft are included.
United States Navy commissioned 175 Fletcher-class
destroyers between 1942 and 1944, more than any other destroyer
class. The last Fletcher in service, BAM Cuitlahuac (ex-John Rodgers),
left the Mexican navy in 2001, meaning the total service life
of the Fletchers stretched over almost six decades and into the
is a 1/350 scale plastic model kit of the USS Essex CV-9, the
lead ship of U.S. Navy Essex class aircraft carriers. Model kit
features: Fully detailed hull, flight deck, hangar deck, and fittings.
Optional full or waterline hull. Includes 4 each: Hellcat, Helldiver,
and Avenger a/c. Display stand. No class of warship symbolizes
the might of a nation's naval power in World War II better than
the Essex class aircraft carriers, the most numerous class of
heavy warships of the 20th Century, with 24 ships built. Commissioned
on 31 December 1942, the USS Essex served in the Pacific throughout
the Second World War with great success, and she was the carrier
for Air Group 15, the "Fabled Fifteen," commanded by
the U.S. Navy's top ace of the war, David McCampbell (1944).
kit features 433 parts on 17 sprues plus lower hull and waterline
plate. Fully detailed Hangar decks, Flight deck and display stand.
Finished the kit is 28" long, 4" wide. Includes various
deck aircraft including (two each) B25 Mitchell bombers, F4F Wildcats,
SBD Dauntless dive-bombers, and TBD Devastator torpedo planes.
This is enough to equip the Hornet for either the Tokyo or Midway
actions. Each aircraft has very finely scribed details even to
the point of representing the fabric control surfaces. Detailed
instructions. Markings for Tokyo Raid & Battle of Midway.
The USS Lexington (CV-2), nicknamed "Lady
Lex", was the lead ship of the Lexington class and entered
service in 1928. Originally designed as a battlecruiser, she was
converted into one of the Navy's first aircraft carriers during
construction. The USS Lexington received two battle stars for
her World War II service.
1-350 Scale kit measures a whopping 38" long, the USS Nimitz
CVN-68. It features 962 parts on 31 sprues plus lower hull, upper
hull, waterline plate (for optional waterline or full-hull display),
hangar decks, flight decks and display stand. Also includes metal
hull frame and screws, and markings for the CVN-68 variant just
after it was commissioned. Kit includes 22 aircraft, 8 different
types, as follows: 1 SH3H Sea King Helicopter, 1 RA5C Vigilante,
6 F4J Phantom II, 1 E2C Hawkeye, 2 A3D Skywarrior, 3 A6E Intruder,
6 A7E Corsair, 2 S3B Viking. (Aircraft feature clear canopy &
folding wings. Helicopter features clear fuselage & black
rotors.) full single piece hull construction.
is a 1/350 scale plastic model kit of the USS The Sullivans DD537
is a 1/350 scale plastic model kit of the USS Buchanan DD484.
is a 1/350 scale plastic model kit of the USS New York
LPD-21 Navy dock landing ship.
- AAV7*2, LCAC*2, LCU*1, MV-22 Osprey*2, CH-46E*2, CH-53E*2,
is a scale plastic model kit of a Flower Class Corvette
is a 1/350 Scale plastic model kit of the USS Hancock (CV-19),
a World War II era "long-hull" Essex-class aircraft
carrier in service with the United States Navy. Model kit features:
markings and decals, small aircraft's and display stand. Can be
built either as a waterline or full hull version. The USS Hancock
was commissioned in April 1944, and served in several campaigns
in the Pacific Theater of Operations, earning her four battle
detailed 1/350 scale assembly model kit of the USS Lassen (DDG-82),
an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer of the United
States Navy. This beautifully detailed model kit of the DDG-82
features: 487 parts in exquisite detail. Two piece hull. Clear
parts for constructing onboard helicopters included. Some photo-etched
The USS Saratoga (CV-3) was a Lexington-class
aircraft carrier built for the United States Navy and entered
service in 1928. In early 1945, Saratoga participated in the Battle
of Iwo Jima as a dedicated night fighter carrier. In mid-1946,
the ship was a target for nuclear weapon tests. She survived the
first test with little damage, but was sunk by the second test..
US Navy's 3rd Iowa class battleship as refit for Gulf War service
in 1991. Updated kit has new tool features (including bridge area,
Tomahawk launcher deck, aft bridge deck, funnel, aft funnel mast,
radar dome, No.1 turret ventilator, Mk.37 gun director, deck ventilator
and RQ-2 Pioneer), single-piece full hull, detailed deck surfaces,
fully rendered superstructure, fine deck fittings, updated weapons
suite (including Harpoon and Tomahawk missile launchers, Phalanx
CIWS, SRBOC rocket launchers), filigree mast lattice, SH-60B helicopters
), ship's boats, display stand with nameplates, metal propeller
shafts, stainless steel wire (to rig Dicone-Cage antennae), photo-etch
parts and reference booklet.
The USS Buchanan (DD-484) had an eventful career
in WWII. This Gleaves-class destroyer, named after a Confederate
Navy admiral, was commissioned on March 21, 1942. The vessel served
in the Pacific, taking part in such battles as Guadalcanal, Iwo
Jima and Okinawa. This destroyer holds the honor of having shuttled
General MacArthur to and from the USS Missouri to accept the Japanese
surrender in Tokyo Bay on August 30, 1945. This.highly detailed
1/350 scale model kit of the USS Buchanan (DD-484), features loads
of photo-etched parts, 6 1/350 scale figures, and Cartograf decals.
Navy Pennsylvania class battleship. Kit features optional full
or waterline hull, detailed superstructure and decks, ship's boats,
OS2U Kingfisher floatplanes (x2) and display stand.
Navy Iowa class battleship as modernized in 1982 missile-carrying
fit. Updated kit has new tool features (12.7cm DP guns, Mk.37
gun directors, Mk.38 direction finder, Mk.48 rangefinder, Mk.13
radar, Mk.25 radar), single-piece full hull, detailed deck surfaces,
fully rendered superstructure, fine deck fittings, updated weapons
suite (including harpoon and Tomahawk missile launchers, Phalanx
CIWS, SRBOC rocket launchers), filigree mast lattice, SH-60B helicopters,
ship's boats, 16" projectiles (x2), Tomahawk missiles (x2),
display stand with nameplates, metal propeller shafts, stainless
steel wire (to rig Dicone-Cage antennae), photo-etch detail parts
(including helicopter deck fences, water tight doors and new form
SPS67 radar, SPS49 radar, SRA57 antenna, SRA58 antenna) and reference
booklet . Includes printed paper flag sheet, starboard color profile
and decals for hull markings, helipad and upper works.
detailed 1/350 scale assembly model kit of the USS Oliver Hazard
Perry (FFG 7), a Perry class frigate of the United States Navy.
Named after U.S. Navy Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, who American
forces in a decisive naval victory against the British Royal Navy
at the Battle of Lake Erie during the War of 1812. Perry-class
frigates were primarily used for Anti-submarine warfare against
the Soviet Union during the Cold War era, and a number of Perry
Class frigates remained in service for the United States and her
allies around the world. This beautifully detailed 1/350 model
kit of the FFG 7 features: Highly detailed and accurate superstructure.
Two SH-60 anti-submarine helicopters. Full hull or waterline option.
Finely engraved mast and radars.
South Dakota class was originally planned that only two ships
of this design would be built, and that the Iowa design would
start with BB-59. It was decided to build BB-59 and BB-60, as
repeats of this design, to expedite production. This plastic model
kit is an accurate representation of the military ship.
and seaworthy Allied convoy escort and anti-submarine vessel.
Kit features 4-piece whaler inspired full hull with separately
molded bilge keels and internal bracing, decks with fine raised
plank texture, busy upper works (detailed deck houses, lockers,
vents, skylights, platforms, cable reels, windlass, individual
deck fittings, mast with crow's nest, splinter shields, breakwaters,
ship's boats, davits, life rafts, life rings, ladders), Type 271
radar in 'lantern' housing, full array of weapons (4" shielded
deck gun, two 20mm Oerlikons, two twin machine gun mounts, 2 Pdr
'pom-pom', Hedgehog A/S mortar, four depth charge throwers, rails
with depth charges), crew figures (15 in 6 action poses), injection-molded
windows and porthole glazings, cordage, rigging guide, printed
paper flag sheet and display cradle. Also includes everything
you need to upgrade your model to a museum quality replica: lase-cut
self-adhesive wood deck veneers, turned brass parts (gun barrels,
mast tops, yardarms, flagstaffs, booms), photo-etch parts (railings,
porthole rings, skylight hatches, watertight doors, gun shields,
gun details, antennae, gussets, fine accents), blackened metal
anchor chain and acetate sheet (additional porthole glazing).
102 mm gun
- Laser-cut self-adhesive wood deck veneers
inches L x 17 inches H x 10 inches Ship Display Case for Ship
Dust can kill a paint job on a model very quickly. Protect your
and model with this beautiful case.
US Naval Ship Decals
NAVY Flags & Pennants