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USS Mobile Bay (CG-53) Ticonderoga Class guided missile cruiser (1:700), Hobby Master Diecast Ships, HSP1002

USS Mobile Bay (CG-53) Ticonderoga Class guided missile cruiser (1:700)

Part Number: HSP1002
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Length 9.75"
Width 1"

Prepainted Diecast Metal Model

HOBBY MASTER 1/700 Sea Power Series
HSP1002
USS Mobile Bay (CG-53)
Ticonderoga Class guided missile cruiser

Diecast hull
Movable gun turret
Stand
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The Ticonderoga Class ship was first conceived as a low cost, large production number vessel with a hull based on the Spruance Class Destroyer but later was redesigned as a cruiser. Over time the Ticonderoga Class evolved in to one of the most advanced ships in the USN inventory. The Ticonderoga Class was the first combat surface ship to be equipped with the AEGIS Weapon System that can detect threats 200 miles away and provide defense against the threat. Originally there were 27 ships built but 5 have been retired.

USS Mobile Bay (CG-53) is a Ticonderoga class guided-missile cruiser that is named after the Battle of Mobile Bay during the American Civil War in 1864. Her keel was laid in June 1984 and launched in August 1985 and after sea-trials Mobile Bay was commissioned on February 21, 1987. Initially her homeport was Mayport, Florida but in June 1990 relocated to Yokosuka, Japan with deployment to support Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm. While there theship launched 22 Tomahawk missiles and help destroy thirty eight Iraqi naval vessels.


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