USS Iowa BB-61
A fully operational model of the USS Iowa BB-61. Many thanks to Doom and Stealth Pilot for the scripts. Careful, the baseplate is not currently large enough to handle any ship maneuvers, so I would advise you not try to actually drive the ship just yet.
A post-WWI Washington Treaty-conforming destroyer. By the time of WWII, most of the Clemson Class destroyers in the navy had been refitted as seaplane tenders or anti-submarine escorts, however, a number of them were still in service as full-fledged destroyers. Armed with four 4"/50 caliber turrets, twelve 21" torpedo turrets, and a small number of AA emplacements.
The largest and (debatably) most powerful battleship ever built, the Yamato carried the most powerful gun battery ever equipped to a floating platform, with nine 18.1 inch guns in three triple turrets.
Plane Testing Area
Testing for various naval plane models.
Gerald R. Ford Class Aircraft Carrier
Full scale model of the current design of the planned Gerald R. Ford Class nuclear supercarriers. Scale is 1 foot = 1 stud, thus, the ship is 1092 studs long.
Random Green Baseplate Land
Because I hit the create place button twice.
Awesomeness is Coming.
Can you feel it?