U.S. Navy Mount Whitney Command Ship LCC-20 Displacement: 18,000 tons Length: 196 meters Full width: 33 meters Speed: 23 knots The U.S. Navy Mount Whitney Command Ship was originally assigned the AGC-20 designation and then Renumbered as LCC-20. Construction started at Newport News Shipyard on January 6, 1969, launched a year later, and entered service at the end of 1970. As the second advanced and powerful new amphibious warfare command ship, Mount Whitney can fully command and control the sea, land and air units in the fleet for amphibious warfare. Mount Whitney initially served as the flagship of the Second Fleet in the Atlantic. In 1999, Mount Whitney was sent to the Mediterranean and became the flagship of the U.S. Navy's Sixth Fleet. In Operation Enduring Freedom in 2002, she assumed the responsibility of commanding operations in the central theater.
Item No. 05719
Product name USS Mount Whitney Command Ship LCC-20 1997
Product ratio 1:700
Product Type Static Warship
Model Brief Length: 279.9 mm Width: 47mm
Total number of parts 208pcs
Metal parts n/a
Etched parts n/a
Film film n/a
Resin parts n/a
Total number of sprues 10pcs sprues plus lower hull, upper hull, decks and waterline plate and display stand
Water sticker coating 1997
Announcement date n/a
More description Either waterline version or full hull version can be selected.