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Digital Full-Size Plans Scale 1:16 Landing Craft Assault Suitable for radio control
Digital Full-Size Plans Scale 1:16 Landing Craft Assault Suitable for radio control
Digital Full-Size Plans Scale 1:16 Landing Craft Assault Suitable for radio control
Digital Full-Size Plans Scale 1:16 Landing Craft Assault Suitable for radio control

Digital Full-Size Plans Scale 1:16 Landing Craft Assault Suitable for radio control

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Digital Full-Size Plans will be Emailed only as a PDF.

Or

Buy as a USB stick which can hold up to eight plans for multiple purchases.

USB, in PDF, JPEG, and TIFF formats are shipped by first class airmail.

You may have the plans printed at a print shop or tile printed on your home printer.

Note: that these detailed plans are drawn for the experienced model maker

Landing Craft Assault

Full Size printed plans on a sheet 33” x 28”

One page of description

For modelers with scratch building experience

No building notes not a difficult build

Digital files are PDF, USB Card includes TIFF and JPEG

USB Card includes several articles on building model boats files are PDF and JPEG

Printing………..MAY BE DONE AT A COPY HOUSE

 …………………………ALSO INCLUDED INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRINTING AT HOME

Scale 1:16

Length 31.063

Beam 7 ¾”

Suitable for radio control

Original 1:48 scale drawing by P.N. Thomas

Landing Craft Assault (LCA) was a Landing craft  used extensively in World War II. Its primary purpose was to ferry troops from transport ships to attack enemy-held shores. The craft derived from a prototype designed  by John I. Thornycroft Ltd . of Woolston, HampshireUK  During the war it was manufactured throughout the United Kingdom in places as various as small boatyards and furniture manufacturers.

Typically constructed of hardwood planking and selectively clad with armour plate, this shallow-draft barge -like boat with a crew of four could ferry an infantry plantoon of 31, with space to spare for five additional specialist troops, to shore at 7 Knots (13 km/h). Men generally entered the boat by walking over a gangplank from the boat deck of a troop transport as the LCA hung from its davits. When loaded, the LCA was lowered into the water. Soldiers exited by the boat's bow ramp.

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