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U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER CV-8 HORNET 1/350 ship Trumpeter model kit 05601

U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER CV-8 HORNET 1/350 ship Trumpeter model kit 05601
U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER CV-8 HORNET 1/350 ship Trumpeter model kit 05601
U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER CV-8 HORNET 1/350 ship Trumpeter model kit 05601
U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER CV-8 HORNET 1/350 ship Trumpeter model kit 05601
U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER CV-8 HORNET 1/350 ship Trumpeter model kit 05601
U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER CV-8 HORNET 1/350 ship Trumpeter model kit 05601
U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER CV-8 HORNET 1/350 ship Trumpeter model kit 05601
U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER CV-8 HORNET 1/350 ship Trumpeter model kit 05601
U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER CV-8 HORNET 1/350 ship Trumpeter model kit 05601
U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER CV-8 HORNET 1/350 ship Trumpeter model kit 05601
U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER CV-8 HORNET 1/350 ship Trumpeter model kit 05601
U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER CV-8 HORNET 1/350 ship Trumpeter model kit 05601

U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER CV-8 HORNET 1/350 ship Trumpeter model kit 05601
We have a lot of Interesting items!! 14 years old – above. 1 x 1/350 Scale Model Kit. 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. 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. 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. During much of September and October, she was the only operational U. 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. Destroyers attempted to scuttle her, she remained afloat until torpedoed and sunk by Japanese ships early in the morning of 27 October. Thank you for your understanding. Please make sure it is correct. We believe our items are so outstanding. All products are quality checked. Otherwise deal is final. We will be happy to resolve any issues you may have in a cordial and friendly manner. We appreciate your Postive Feedback, and will do the same in return. Item price does not includes import duty. The item “U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER CV-8 HORNET 1/350 ship Trumpeter model kit 05601″ is in sale since Wednesday, November 7, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Transportation\Boats & Ships\Military\Models”. The seller is “us_seller_joseph” and is located in CHINA. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Brand: Trumpeter
  • Material: Plastic
  • UPC: Does Not Apply
  • EAN: Does Not Apply
  • MPN: 05601
  • Type: Boats & Ships
  • Recommended Age Range: 14 or up
  • Scale: 1:350

U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER CV-8 HORNET 1/350 ship Trumpeter model kit 05601