The Los Angeles class of US Navy nuclear attack submarines is equipped for strike missions, anti-sub warfare, intelligence gathering, and search and rescue missions. There are 51 Los Angeles-class subs in the US inventory, with 16 in the Pacific Fleet and 32 in the Atlantic Fleet. Measuring 110 meters long and displacing 6,927 tons submerged, the type was first commissioned in 1976.
This small but detailed kit of the Los Angeles-class submarine SSN-771 San Francisco can be built in either a surfaced or submerged configuration. Also includes a base with stenciled name.