Patrol Torpedo Boat PT-109 - 3726 pcs

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2 600,00 kr

The TORPEDO BOAT pt-109 patrol entered service in 1942 in the Pacific. On August 2, 1943, the Japanese destroyer Amagiri rammed the PT-109, causing the patrol boat to sink. In a crisis, the unit commander and the future president of the United States, John F. Kennedy, managed to save the entire crew. The actions taken made him a war hero!
The patrol boat was manned by a crew of 12-17 people. The last mission was attended by 13 crew members headed by Captain Kennedy. The PT-109 was powered by three 1500hp (1100kW) Packard 12-cylinder gasoline engines. The speed of the boat was approximately 41 knots (76 km / h). The PT-109 had a single 20mm Oerlikon anti-aircraft gun at the rear. On the eve of their last mission, the crew installed a 37mm anti-tank gun in the bow. The main offensive weapon of the boat was her torpedoes. PT-109 was equipped with four 21-inch (53 cm) torpedo tubes containing Mark 8 torpedoes. It was also equipped with two depth charges and double-coupled heavy machine guns.

  •  72 cm
  •  20 cm
  •  cm
  •  3726
  • Scale 1:35
  • WW2 Historical Collection Ships and boats WW2
  • COBI-4825

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