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USS Missouri (BB-63) was a US Navy battleship built during World War II and serving until the Gulf War. It was the third Iowa class ship.
Missouri became the last battleship built in the US. On September 2, 1945, a surrender of Japan was signed, which ended the Second World War.
Missouri was ordered in 1940 and completed in June 1944. During the Pacific War in the Second World War, he participated in the battles of Iwo Jima and Okinawa, where he shot Japan's islands. It was also deployed in the fighting in the Korean War from 1950 to 1950. In 1955, it was put into the reserves of the US Navy. In 1984, it was upgraded and participated as a support ship in the Gulf War in January / February 1991.
Missouri received a total of 11 stars (honors) for service in World War II, Korea and the Gulf War. Discontinued on March 31, 1992, but remained in the US Navy Registry until January 1995, when it was removed from the list. In 1998, with the contribution of the USS Missouri Memorial Association, it became a museum in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
The model is built in a scale of 1: 150 and is delivered completely assembled. Laminate hull is already factory fitted with four SPEED DC motors. For easy access to electronics, the model comes with a detachable superstructure made from ABS.
To control the model requires min. 6-channel RC set, the model can be retrofitted with other mock-up features" / p>
This model is supplied to order.