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Tamiya 1/700 DD412 Hammann Navy Destroyer

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No. 312611

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This is a Tamiya 1:700 DD412 Hammann Navy Destroyer Plastic Model Kit. This Tamiya model kit faithfully captures all the details of this historic ship. Tamiya's designers have taken great care in researching the archives to bring the avid modeler the most accurate scale model.

Tamiya 1:700 DD412 Hammann Navy Destoyer Plastic Model Kit

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Tamiya 1:700 DD412 U.S.S. Hammann Navy Desrtoyer

Plastic Model Kit

This is a Tamiya 1:700 DD412 Hammann Navy Destroyer Plastic Model Kit. The U.S.S. Hammann (DD-412) was a Sims class destroyer that was commissioned in 1939. In 1942, she rescued men from the stricken aircraft carrier Lexington. However, she may be best known for her final moments, in the Battle of Midway. Having rescued the crew of the badly-damaged U.S.S. Yorktown aircraft carrier, it remained alongside to assist with repairs when the ships were attacked by a Japanese I-168 submarine, the Hammann eventually taking a torpedo and sinking.

This Tamiya model kit faithfully captures all the details of this historic ship. Tamiya's designers have taken great care in researching the archives to bring the avid modeler the most accurate scale model.

Features:

• Highly Detailed Plastic Parts

• Includes 12.7cm Guns, 53.3cm Torpedo Tubes, Depth Charge and 12.7mm Machine Guns

• Waterslide Decals

Specifications:

• Scale: 1:700

• Length: 5.94 Inches (151mm)

*This is a plastic model kit that requires painting and assembly. Paint, modeling tools and supplies are required and are available separately.

Additional Information

SKU 312611
Manufacturer Tamiya
Mfr Part Number 31911
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