Released last month, a 'Limited Edition' waterline resin kit of a battlecruiser class from Kaiser Wilhelm's Kaiserliche Marine. Moltke and her sister ship, Goeben, the only two vessels of this class, served in the First World War.
Earlier this month Flagship Models had released the CSS Tallahassee, a twin-screw steamer blockade runner from the American Civil War. It looks like another excellent kit from Flagship.
A new waterline kit of a Crown Colony cruiser packaged under the name HMS Jamaica - 1942. This cruiser class was of light cruisers of the Royal Navy named after Crown Colonies of the British Empire.
To ready your IJN heavy cruiser or battleship for night fighting, here's something from Shelf Oddity. A set of 8 individual 110cm Model 92 Shiki searchlights (post 1938).
A new PE set for kits of old US Navy battlewagons that were upgraded for service in a new World War. Away with caged masts and on with new radar sets, catapults and more.
3D printed parts of the aircraft that went from the Battle of Britain to sea. Of about the 14,000 Hurricanes produced, 800 were converted for the Fleet Air Arm’s use.
A new publication in the 'Duel' series by Osprey veterans author David Greentree and artists Ian Palmer and Peter Dennis gives a look into the Mediterranean theater of battles between British submarines and Italian surface vessels.
The latest from NNT is an Acheron Class destroyer from the Great War. 23 of these vessels were completed before the start of the war and were considered to be excellent handling ships. Also, NNT is re-releasing some of their previous kits.
E.V.A. just released its third kit in 1/350 scale, this time we have the "Regia Torpediniera" Pegaso. The kit is made of resin with PE sheet and decals.
3D printed planes of the US Navy's top scoring fighter of the Second World War and of their night fighter variants. Perfect for the deck of your Tamiya late war USS Saratoga kit.
Coming this summer is a waterline version of one of naval battle history's greatest victors - His Imperial Japanese Majesty`s Ship Mikasa. This is a new tool kit with what looks to be excellent details.
H.I. Sutton's latest article on his Covert Shores website is a survey of submarines with nuclear attack capability in the world today. It's not just the United States and Russia anymore.
New from Combrig, a resin kit, with full hull and waterline kit versions available, of the Russian Imperial protected cruiser Svetlana. She was built to be a royal yacht for Grand Duke Alexei Alexandrovich Romanov , commander-in-chief of the Imperial Russian Navy.
The latest from Niko is another waterline kit of a civilian vessel class drafted into military service for World War II by Japan. The kit is labled after the lead ship in a class of 13 ships.
Three new ‘boomer’ submarine kits are now being produced by Micro Mir. All boats are SSBNs (Ballistic Nuclear Submarines) of the US Navy that served before the current Ohio class boats entered service.
If you're improving your 1/350 scale battlewagon kit, here's one (or two) more items you can add to your aircraft catapults - resin Vought OS2U Kingfisher floatplanes.
Naval Mines were used extensively in both world wars and many designs from the First World War were also used in the Second. These two sets would be appropriate for a diorama for either war.
For your 1/700 World War II dockyard, brass, 20 ton cranes for loading cargo and supplies onto your vessels. This makes a nice follow on to AMW's previous 150 ton crane.
Slated to roll out in October of 2016, Tumpeter Models releases a New Tooling for the PLA Chinese Navy Type 22 Missile Boat.
An accurate and highly detailed funnel for USS Lexington CV-2 as the she appeared from 1936 to 1940 is now available in 1/700 and 1/350 scales
This is the second release by E.V.A. Another 1/350 resin kit with PE and decals. The hull is cast in a single whole piece making the assembly pretty straight forward.
Vintage Wings of Canada has published “Inn of the Divine Wind,” a selection of excerpts from Reiko Akabane’s Hotaru Kaeru, a memoir of the Kamikaze pilots in World War Two.
ATEM 50007, HMS Undine detail set in 1/500 scale.
EVA, a Russian and Italian collaboration, release the first in a series of limited edition kits focused on Italian and Royal Navy warships of the Second World War; Navigatori Class destroyer Ugolino Vivaldi
Fujimi of Japan has announced the August 2016 release of kit FUJ43141, the IJN Aircraft Carrier Hiyo (1944) in 1/700 scale.