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USS Ronald Reagan CVN-76
1/720 scale model ship.

Built by Yves Beaulande from
Build the newest Carrier in the fleet. This is the most sophisticated Nimitz Class Carrier.

Old Price $39.95 This kit is about 18" long and will make a great kit to build
#A637.  Our Price $26.95

Over 100 detailed parts with over 30 aircraft and helo's.
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Great Video about the USS Ronald Reagan.

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USS Reagan Antenna Flag

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reagan1.jpg (8857 bytes)Ronald Reagan served as America's 40th president for two terms from 1980 - 1988. During the eight years of his administration, Reagan was a great advocate of naval power calling for an effort to rebuild U.S. military capability to a 15-carrier, 600-ship Navy. He demonstrated his strategic understanding of the aircraft carrier's importance as both a war fighting and peace-keeping asset by initiating five Nimitz-class carriers on his watch.

Reagan's presidency is remembered for many accomplishments, including his restoration of the American military and his establishment of unquestioned maritime superiority. By the time he left office, he had indeed achieved a 15-carrier Navy of 594 ships deployed around the world.

When the President's namesake, Ronald Reagan (CVN 76),  joins the fleet in 2003, it will be the most modern and sophisticated aircraft carrier in the world. Reagan is 1,092 feet long, and once completed, will be home to 6,000 sailors, carry more than 80 aircraft and cruise at speeds in excess of 30 knots.

Our newest carrier, the USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76), is the ninth ship of the Nimitz class. Christened on March 4, 2001, the ship recently completed its final construction and outfitting phase and was delivered to the Navy in 2003.

Using more than a billion parts from over 3,000 suppliers in 47 states and the District of Columbia, the Reagan incorporates dozens of new technologies and innovations developed since the first Nimitz-class carrier, USS Nimitz (CVN 68), was delivered to the U.S. Navy in 1975.

The Reagan was commissioned into the Navy's fleet on July 12, 2003 and is the most modern and sophisticated aircraft carrier in the world. Reagan is 1,092 feet long and will be home to 6,000 sailors, carry more than 80 aircraft and cruise at speeds in excess of 30 knots.

Top speed exceeds 30 knots

Powered by two nuclear reactors that can operate for more than 20 years without refueling

Expected to operate in the fleet for about 50 years

Typical Nimitz-class ship carries 80-plus combat aircraft

Three two-inch diameter arresting wires on the deck bring an airplane going 150 miles per hour to a stop in less than 400 feet


Home to about 6,000 military Navy personnel


Enough food and supplies to operate for 90 days


Daily newspaper, and radio and television stations


18,150 meals served daily


Distillation plants providing 400,000 gallons of fresh water from sea water daily, enough to supply 2,000 homes


Nearly 30,000 light fixtures and 1,325 miles of cable and wiring


1,400 telephones, 14,000 pillowcases and 28,000 sheets


  • General Characteristics, Nimitz Class

    Builder: Newport News Shipbuilding Co., Newport News, Va.
    Power Plant: Two nuclear reactors, four shafts
    Length, overall: 1,092 feet (332.85 meters)
    Flight Deck Width: 252 feet (76.8 meters)
    Beam: 134 feet (40.84 meters)
    Displacement: Approx. 97,000 tons (87,996.9 metric tons) full load
    Speed: 30+ knots (34.5+ miles per hour)
    Aircraft: 85
    Cost: about $4.5 billion each  

  • Great father and son project!

    Here is a picture of the USS Ronald Reagan that we just completed.  This was our first model. 
    Michael Murray is the boy pictured (my son). He did a lot of the work and is 12 years old.
    I wish I was better at picture taking.  Marc.