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Pennsylvania Class (CF-2) Hybrid (U.S.) 3d printed

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Pennsylvania Class (CF-2) Hybrid (U.S.) 3d printed
Pennsylvania Class (CF-2) Hybrid (U.S.) 3d printed

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Pennsylvania Class (CF-2) Hybrid (U.S.)

$5.40
3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
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The Pennsylvania class of six armored cruisers served in the United States Navy from 1905 to 1927. All six were renamed for cities 1912–1920, to make the state names available for the new Pennsylvania class battleships. All of them served during World War I, with California (then San Diego) being the only ship of the class to be lost. The remaining five armored cruisers were scrapped between 1930 and 1931 in accordance with the London Naval Treaty.Pennsylvania operated on the east coast of the United States and in the Caribbean Sea until 8 September 1906, when she cleared Newport for the Asiatic Station, returning to San Francisco on 27 September 1907, for west coast duty. She visited Chile and Peru in 1910.[4]

On 18 January 1911, a plane flown by Eugene Ely from the Tanforan airfield in San Bruno, California landed on a platform constructed on her afterdeck. This was the first successful aircraft landing on a ship, and the first using a tailhook apparatus, thus opening the era of naval aviation and aircraft carriers.

While in reserve at Puget Sound from 1 July 1911 – 30 May 1913, the cruiser trained naval militia. She was renamed Pittsburgh on 27 August 1912, to free the Pennsylvania name for a new battleship.

      
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CF-2
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0.79 x 5.21 x 1.1 cm
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