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Landing Craft LCM 3 Normandy

Short Description of the Landing Craft LCM 3 Normandy

Radio controlled 1:16 landing craft LCM 3 – Detail-faithful optics in high-class quality. Command bridge, anti-aircraft guns, on-board cannon etc.

  • Tank Battle System

A key event in WWII , on June 6th 1944, allied troops end up in the Normandy. Goal was to force the German occupents out of the north of France. After a successful landing of the Allies the second front of Hitler-Germany was established and sealed the fate of the downfall of Nazi-Germany. The LCM had a carrying capacity of 54t, hence the maximum speed of 8 knots while loaded.

With this true-to-scale, historical landing boat you can set sail immediately. True to detail optics in high-class quality. Command bridge, anti-aircraft guns, on-board cannon etc.

The navigation can begin. This professional model for the ambitious ship model builder makes you a real hobby captain!
The LCM 3 has a bow ramp for loading and unloading.

Secure this historic model of the legendary LCM 3 landing craft as a functional model in the high-quality Torro Premium Edition.

Details/scope of delivery:

  • 1/16 RC Landing boat “LCM 3”
  • Drive with two 390 engines
  • proportional rudder drive (servo)
  • Open/close loading ramp via remote control (servo drive)
  • GRP fuselage
  • loadable up to 8kg (max. model width 180mm)
  • Forward, Backward, Right, Left
  • Radio remote control 2.4 GHz, 6 channel (S-FHSS)
  • Waterproof speed controller 50 A
  • Dimensions: approx. 960x260x270mm
  • German/English Operating Instructions

Warning

Use under direct adult supervision only.
Age recommendation: 14+
Not suitable for children under 36 months of age. Choking hazard due to small parts.

Weight 1400 kg
Dimensions 96 × 26 × 27 cm
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A key event of the Second World War, on 6 June 1944 allied troops landed in Normandy. This day went down in history as D-Day. The aim was to push back the German occupiers from northern France. After the successful landing of the Allies, the second front against Hitler’s Germany demanded by Stalin was created and the downfall of the National Socialists was effectively sealed.
At the time of the landing in Normandy (Operation Neptune June 1944/Omaha Beach), the concept of an invasion by landing craft had already been tried and tested (e.g. Operation Jubilee on 19 August 1942) and perfected, and a large number of specialized ships were available. The most common type of medium landing craft is the (LCM), which was also available in the Bundeswehr in the army and navy. LCM can be carried by larger landing craft as deck cargo or in the well deck. The LCM 3 had a carrying capacity of up to 54 t and could carry a larger vehicle such as a Sherman M4 main battle tank. It is also possible to transport 60 soldiers and 27,000 kg of cargo in the open hold. Therefore only a maximum speed of 8 knots was possible when loaded.

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