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U.S.S. INDIPENDENCE CVL-22 1:350 DRAGON

USS INDEPENDENCE CVL-22 MODERN SEA POWER SERIES 1:350 SCALE DRAGON History: She was built by New York Shipbuilding and commissioned in January 1943. She took part in the Rabaul and Tarawa attacks and raids, before being bombed and damaged by Japanese aircraft, being then repaired at San Francisco from January to July 1944. After repairs, she was used to attack various targets on Luzon and Okinawa. He was part of the battalion that sank the remnants of the Japanese fleet in the Battle of Leyte Gulf and several other Japanese ships in the Surigao Strait. She finished her war duty off the coast of Japan supporting the occupation forces, later being assigned to bring soldiers back to the United States as part of Operation Magic Carpet. The aircraft carrier was later used as a target during the Operation Crossroads atomic bomb tests. After being returned to Pearl Harbor and San Francisco for study, she was subsequently sunk on 29 January 1951 near the Farallon Islands.

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