Ship model Joan of Arc helicopter carrier - Heller

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Built by the Brest Arsenal from 1959 to 1961, the Joan of Arc helicopter carrier was floated under the...

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Product description : Ship model Joan of Arc helicopter carrier

Built by the Brest Arsenal from 1959 to 1961, the Joan of Arc helicopter carrier was floated under the provisional name of the Resolute and received the name of Joan of Arc on July 16, 1964, the day it was put into operation. service. In peacetime, school building for the benefit of the application school of Naval Ofiiciers, the Joan of Arc helicopter carrier was equipped with an air group comprising 2 helicopters: Alouette III of the Naval Aeronautics reinforced by a detachment of light combat helicopters of the Army (ALAT) composed of 2 Puma or Cougar and 3 Gazelle helicopters, with a detachment of 40 men. In time of war, it was intended to carry out combat missions either in the field of anti-submarine warfare by carrying 8 WG3 Lynx helicopters, or as part of an external action mission by using Puma or Gazelle helicopters from the ALAT, and by transporting landing troops. On May 21, 2010, Joan of Arc made her penultimate stopover in Rouen, her godmother city, before her final return to Brest May 27, 2010 at Quai Malbert where she was greeted by thousands of people. In the summer of 2010, she will be decommissioned at the Brest arsenal. Initially, the recharging equipment will be unloaded then a certain number of equipment and materials that can be used on other ships, then an inventory of polluting products will be carried out. The archives and the heritage of the ship will be preserved and transmitted to the Historical Service of the Navy. Wednesday May 26, 2010 at 2 a.m. in a last standstill, the mechanics pushed the machines of the "Old Lady" at a speed of 30.9 knots. this speed could be reached thanks to the current of the Raz Banchard, slightly helped.
Number of pieces: 293. Paints required not supplied: 012 - 027 - 033 - 034 - 053 - 056 - 073 - 085 - 127.
Dimensions of the assembled model:
Length: 45.2 cm
Width: 5.5 cm
Height: 15.7 cm
Dimensions of the box:
Width: 45.4 cm
Height: 25 cm Depth: 6.6 cm
  • Reference Heller-81034
  • Brand Heller
  • Product code ART0000025908
  • Recommended age from 15 year
  • Provenance France
  • Scale 1:400
  • Packaging dimension 25 x 46 x 7 cm
  • Weight 420 g
  • Safety Warning ! Cannot be used by children under 15 years old
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