▼ USS New York, Landing Platform Dock San Antonio Class
San Antonio Class - USS New York in 1/96 scale
USS New York (LPD-21), the fifth San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock, is the fifth ship of the United States Navy to be named after the state of New York. New York has a crew of 360 and can carry up to 700 Marines. This R/C model has a working rear door, a full flight deck, and all the details on this massive ship.
▼ USS Milwaukee , Freedom Class Littoral Combat Ship/Frigate
USS Milwaukee in 1/96 scale 'Static model'
USS Milwaukee (LCS-5) is a Freedom-class littoral combat ship of the United States Navy. She is the fifth ship to be named for the city of Milwaukee built in Marinette Marine (Lockheed Martin), Marinette, Wisconsin. This model was built on a test platform for a new 3D jet system. The jets need more work, and it could be R/C, but looks amazing as a static model.
▼ HMCS St Johns, Halifax Class Frigate
HMCS St Johns in 1/96 scale
St. John's is named after the city of St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, a port city associated with Canadian naval history and heritage, and is the first ship in the Royal Canadian Navy to bear the name. St. John's serves on Canadian Armed Forces' missions protecting Canada's sovereignty in the Atlantic Ocean and enforcing Canadian laws in its territorial sea and exclusive economic zone.
▼ USS Reuben James, Perry Class Warship
USS Reuben James in 1/96 scale
The Perry class warship is a fleet standard that has been around since the 80s and now is out of service. My model was built about 8 years ago, and has been well loved. She has traveled to a lot of lakes, and see a lot of great photos. I am happy to share this ship, and give it a new home. Please contact me if you are interested in this wonderful ship. (Spektrum radio not included)
▼ US Coast Guard Cutter Mellon
Hamilton Class Cutter - USCGC Mellon in 1/96 scale
USCGC Mellon is the only cutter that ever fired a Harpoon missle off its decks. This model is designed to look like the ship in 1990. The masts are 3D printed and hollow to help the ship stay stable on the water.
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