The Atlanta-class cruisers were 8 United States Navy light cruisers originally designed as fast scout cruisers or flotilla leaders, but later proved to be effective anti-aircraft cruisers during World War II. They were also known as the Atlanta-Oakland class. The four Oakland and later ships had slightly different armament as they were further optimized for anti-aircraft fire. The ships had 12 x 5-inch (127 mm)/38cal guns, mounted in three superfiring sets of two-gun turrets fore and three more aft. The first four ships of the class also had an additional two twin 5"/38 mounts, one port and one starboard, giving these first four Atlanta-class cruisers the heaviest anti-aircraft armament of any cruiser of World War II.
The class saw heavy action during World War II, collectively earning 54 battle stars. Two ships of the class were sunk in action: Atlanta and Juneau, both at the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal. The other six were decommissioned shortly after the war and were scrapped in the 1960s.
Item contains the following ships (from starboard to port):
- 2x CL52 Juneau(I)  (also as CL51 Atlanta; note crane and boats amidships)
- 2x CL53 San Diego  (also as CL54 San Juan)
- 4x CL95 Oakland  (also as CL96 Reno, CL97 Flint, and CL98 Tucson; note lack of 5"/38cal abaft torpedo launchers)