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Long known for its fine line of diecast collectibles and toy banks, Gearbox Toys recently entered the diecast military market with a splendid range of 1:700 scale military warships.
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US Navy Iowa Class Battleship - BB-62 USS New Jersey,  Gulf War, 1991
US Navy Iowa Class Battleship - USS New Jersey (BB-62), Gulf War, 1991 (1:700 Scale)
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The New Jersey was directly engaged in the conquest of Okinawa from March 14th until April 16th, 1945. As the carriers prepared for the invasion with strikes there and on Honshu, the New Jersey fought off air raids, used her seaplanes to rescue downed pilots, defended the carriers from suicide planes, shooting down at least three and assisting in the destruction of others.
US Navy Pennsylvania Class Battleship - USS Arizona (BB-39), Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 1941
US Navy Pennsylvania Class Battleship - USS Arizona (BB-39), Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 1941 (1:700 Scale)
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Japanese aircraft appeared in the skies over Pearl Harbor just before 8:00 am on Sunday morning, December 7th, 1941. The color detail was on deck in anticipation of raising the flag at the stern at 8:00. The Arizona came under attack almost immediately, and at 10 minutes after the hour received a hit by a 800-kilogram bomb just forward of turret two on the starboard side.
US Navy Iowa Class Battleship - USS Missouri (BB-63), Tokyo Bay, 1945
US Navy Iowa Class Battleship - USS Missouri (BB-63), Tokyo Bay, 1945 (1:700 Scale)
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Missouri arrived at Ulithi on May 9th, 1945, and thence proceeded to Apra Harbor, Guam, on the 18th. That afternoon Admiral William F. Halsey, Jr., Commander 3d Fleet, broke his flag in Missouri.
   
 
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