This destroyer was named after John Charles England, a radio man who served on the USS Oklahoma, during the attack on Pearl Harbor. England escaped to the deck only to realize his ship mates were trapped in the radio room. He returned to the radio room and rescued three, he returned yet again to rescue a fourth and was never seen again. The new destroy England was named in his honor. It served in WWII and sunk 6 enemy submarines.
- 10 inches long
- Beam span: 1 inch
- 177 parts
- 9 sprues, 1 photo etched part