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DUMAS U.S.S. Whitehall PCE-856

The USS Whitehall (Patrol Craft Escort-856) was commissioned in 1944 and was named after the town of Whitehall, NY, the birthplace of the US Navy. She served along the east coast and then was sent to the South Seas where she did anti-submarine duty. The Dumas kit features a 2 piece vacuum formed hulll, expanded pvc die cuts and laser cut balsa and birch plywood parts. Step by step instructions and name and number decals round out this Navy support ship kit.

Length: 23" Beam: 4" Scale: 1/96th
Designed for radio control, radio required (2 channel minimum).

Kit includes: Hull kit, running hardware and electric motor
4-Channel Radio, Battery and Electronic Speed Control


SC-23 was a wooden- hulled 110-foot (34 m) submarine chaser built at the New York Navy Yard at Brooklyn, New York. She was commissioned on 16 October 1917 as USS Submarine Chaser No. 23, abbreviated at the time as USS S.C. 23.

The sub-chaser prowled the waters in the Atlantic during WWI, during which time they were credited with sinking a number of U-boats. The SC class served a short time in WWI, but was soon replaced with a more powerful class of sub chasers in WWII. This kit features laser-cut plank-on-frame construction.

  Full Kit includes: Hull kit, running hardware and upgraded electric motor
  4-Channel Radio, Battery and Electronis Speed Control