Total length: 265.8 meters Total width: 44.9 meters Normal displacement: 27,100 tons Full displacement: 36,380 tons During World War II, the United States built three types of aircraft carriers: "Essex class" heavy aircraft carriers, "Independent class" Light aircraft carrier and escort aircraft carrier. Among them, the 24 Essex-class aircraft carriers have not attracted attention because of any major design innovations, but the aircraft carriers of this class actually appeared at the right place at the right time and successfully completed the historical endowment. Their important task. The Essex-class aircraft carriers were unable to obtain the same honor as the previous American aircraft carriers due to their large number and late participation in the war. However, their service time far exceeded other aircraft carriers, which was never dreamed of by the builders. Today, most of the surviving aircraft carriers have been converted into museums. This is the best tribute to the Essex-class aircraft carrier that dominated the Pacific battlefield 50 years ago. Item No. 05730 Product name U.S. Navy CV-13 USS Franklin aircraft carrier Barcode 6922803657301 Product ratio 1:700 Product Type Static Warship Model Brief Length: 377.7 mm Width: 63.4mm Total number of parts 637pcs Metal parts n/a Etched parts n/a Film film n/a Resin parts n/a Total Sprues 32pcs sprues plus lower hull, upper hull, decks and waterline plate and display stand Paint Schemes 1944 Measure 32 Announcement date n/a More description Either waterline version or full hull version can be selected.