Prototype Information: USS Enterprise (CVN-65), Nuclear Aircraft Carrier The USS Enterprise was the first nuclear powered aircraft carrier built for the US Navy and entered service in November 1961. This huge ship displaces 75,700 tons and has 8 reactors which generate over 300,000 hp. The ship carries nearly 5,000 personnel to operate the vessel and maintain the aircraft she carries. Kit Features: 1/720th scale for static display 102 parts in light grey plastic Optional full hull with propellors and rudder or waterline hull Detailed flight deck, island, fan tail, and anti-aircraft missile mounts. Includes A-4 Skyhawk, RA-5C Vigilante, A-6E Intruder, and F-4 Phantom aircraft Includes simple display stand Dimensions: Scale - 1/720th; Length - 480mm; Colours: Hull - Lt Grey above waterline; Dk Red below waterline; Flight deck is Sea Grey.
The U.S.S. Enterprise was the first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier and is among the largest vessels ever built. The gigantic aircraft carrier was commissioned on 11/25/1961 and is still in service today.
•Detailed flight deck, island, fan tail, and anti-aircraft missile mounts
•Includes: 30 aircraft - A-4 Skyhawk, RA-5C Vigilante, A-6E Intruder, and F-4 Phantom, and display stand
•1:720 Scale, 102 parts, skill level 4
•Includes waterslide decals
•Illustrated assembly instructions
- Detailed flight deck, island, fan tail, and anti-aircraft missile mounts
- Includes: 30 aircraft - A-4 Skyhawk, RA-5C Vigilante, A-6E Intruder, and F-4 Phantom, and display stand
- 1:720 Scale, 102 parts, skill level 4
- Includes waterslide decals
- Illustrated assembly instructions
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