The aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy is the fourth ship of the US Navy's Kitty-class aircraft carrier and the last conventional aircraft carrier in the United States. The aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy originally wanted to use nuclear power. In the end, it was used as a conventional power because of insufficient funds. It differed from other small Eagle-class aircraft carriers in appearance, that is, the chimney was tilted outward.
The first mission of John F. Kennedy was to cruise the Mediterranean in seven times to demonstrate to the Soviet Union. In November 1975, in the Mediterranean, the John F. Kennedy and the cruiser Bekana collided, causing some damage. In 1976, he ran into the destroyer Bodron.
In the Gulf War of 1991, the John F. Kennedy entered the Red Sea and sent a plane to bomb Iraq. After the Gulf War, John F. Kennedy entered the Persian Gulf and sent a fighter jet to execute the no-fly zone in southern Iraq.
On March 22, 2007, John F. Kennedy retired from May Harbor, Florida, and is now in the warship storage site in Philadelphia.
Product number 06716
product name US Navy "John F. Kennedy" aircraft carrier CV-67
Bar code 9580208067162
Product ratio 1:700
product type Plastic Model Warship Kit
Model size Length: 467.6mm Beam: 122.8mm
Total number of parts 610+
Metal parts n/a
Etched parts 1 piece
Film film n/a
Resin component n/a
Total number of offsets 34 sprues , hull and decks
Announcement date 2019-09
More description – Detailed Hull is a one piece part
– Detailed flight deck and hangar deck
-Extensive photo-etched details included
-Aircraft Wing includes:
E2C, EA-6B, HH-60H, S-3B, F/A-18C, F-14D
-Complete ship and aircraft decal sets