--The US Navy battleship Missouri (BB-63) is the third Iowa-class battleship, named after the 24th state of the United States, and the fourth ship to have that name.
――It was named by Margaret Truman, the daughter of Harry S. Truman, the then president and from Missouri.
--Missouri, launched in 1944, was the 63rd battleship built by the US Navy, participated in the Battle of Okinawa in World War II, and surrendered Japan on the deck on September 2, 1945. The document has been signed.
――After the war, after the Korean War in the 1950s, it was retired in 1955, and in 1986, it was reinstated with the latest weapons and electronic devices such as BGM-109 Tomahawk, Harpoon, and Phalanx CIWS.
--Retired in 1992 after participating in the 1991 Gulf War, and has been preserved as a memorial ship in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii since 1999.
--A full hull model of the 1/700 battleship Missouri with a completely new mold will be released from Berryfire.
--A metal chain and decals are attached to the injection plastic body.
-A wonderful kit that reproduces the appearance of Missouri during World War II with delicate details.
--Full hull / offshore model selection formula
--Overall length: Approximately 38.6 cm
* In the DX version, etching and brass sawing, resin parts and mask seals are added to the contents of the normal version.
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