If it Doesn’t Fit, Force It!


According to several sources, it appears as if the long dormant Forces of Valor range of military vehicles, aircraft, and warships will be resurfacing soon, courtesy of a new owner and resurgent look. Their Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/fovhobbies/) already has a new cover photo and feel plus, if information posted on July 28th is correct, even their 1:24 scale radio controlled military vehicles will be making a return engagement.

We’re not sure when the the line will be formally introduced or which products will be tapped to from the nucleus of the product portfolio, but we’re nevertheless happy to see them back and with a vengeance. We will post further information just as soon as its passed along to us.

The aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford CVN 78, is represented here in a combination model and live shot digital photo illustration. The ship is the first in a new class of nuclear-powered aircraft carriers, for the US Navy under construction at Newport News Shipbuilding.
The aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78), HMS Queen Elizabeth and PLAAN Liaoning, all likely candidates for model representation from the new Forces of Valor some time in 2017.
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6 comments on If it Doesn’t Fit, Force It!

  1. will be bringing back the 1:700 scale ship models with 3 new ships for 2017
    1 new amercan carrier
    1 modern british carrier
    1 Chinese carrier
    so they informed us last night on their facebook page. they are answering
    any questions being asked

    1. Hello Randy,
      Based upon the information the new owners provided on their Facebook page, we are guessing that the three new 1:700 scale warships due out in 2017 will be the USS Gerald Food, HMS Queen Elizabeth and PLAAN Liaoning. All good choices, and ones members of today’s navies and collectors alike can look forward to adding to their collection.

      1. they let it be known last night [Friday, aug 11] that the new british carrier will not be a queen Elizabeth class carrier, so either the HMS Ocean or one of the “lusty” class carriers

  2. So who the new owner?Also will they be featuring other conflicts such as Korea, Vietnam, and the Arab Israeli wars?


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