The Huron entered service on July 19, 1943, and served in the Canadian Navy in the latter part of World War II. She was assigned to the third destroyer fleet of the British home fleet. In October 1943, the Huron sailed to Murmansk with some technicians and naval supplies. In the following months, he traveled to and from northern Russia on escort missions. In February 1944, he came to Murmansk again and joined the Tenth Fleet on a seven-month mission. On April 25/26, 1944, the Huron fought the German Elbe-class destroyer. After the battle, he collided with the destroyer Ashanti, causing damage to the main aquifer of the boiler rooms 1 and 2 on her port side. The Huron returned to port safely and was repaired on May 7, just in time for D-Day. On August 13, 1944, the Huron was refitted. The sea trial was completed on October 20. After that, we drove to Cardiff to install a new radar and shooting director. She was assigned to the Western Waterway in February and March 1945. In April, the Huron and other three ships performed their last escort mission to Russia. After enjoying the liberation of Scandinavia, the three ships returned to Halifax to prepare for the Pacific War. Their modification was cancelled in August and the Huron was retained. Retired on March 9, 1946. Item No. 05759 Product name Royal Canadian Navy Tribal-class destroyer USS Huron 1944 Barcode 9580208057590 Product ratio 1:700 Product Type Static Warship Model Brief Length: 164.4mm beam: 15.9mm Total number of parts 92pcs Metal parts n/a Etched parts n/a Film film n/a Resin parts n/a Total Sprues 5 sprues plus the upper hull, lower hull, waterline plate, deck Paint scheme HMCS huron(G24)1944 Released Date 2009-09 More description "-Two-directional slide-molded upper hull -Lower hull made from two-directional slide molds -Sponsons are represented on lower hull by slide-mold te"