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Dragon Models
An award-winning line of high quality plastic model kits that include tanks, cars, aircraft, figures, and warships in popular scales.
1/700 USS Arthur W. Radford AEMSS Destroyer DDG-968
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ITEM NO: DRA 7031
EAN-13 BARCODE: 0089195870315
SCALE: 1:700
ANNOUNCED ON: 11/17/2005
ARRIVED ON: 1/5/2006
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Re-Issue in November 2014

Barcode: 0 89195 87031 5
Packaging: 24 pieces per master carton
Box Size: 7.5"x13"x1.8"

1/700 USS Arthur W. Radford AEMSS Destroyer DDG-968

This kit combines precision and multi-media parts to accurately render this hi-tech ship in 1/700 scale. Particular attention has been given to its mast superstructure.

Main Features:
- new tooling and full detail for the AEM/S
- photo-etched parts, adding an extra level of refinement
- detailed bridge
- superstructure includes finely molded details
- highly detailed parts such as lifeboats and guns
- new Cartograf decals

About DDG-968:
The 8,040-ton USS Arthur W Radford (DD 968) was the eighth Spruance Class destroyer to be built. She was commissioned on 16 April 1977, and was notably made the test platform for the Navy’s AEM/S (Advanced Enclosed Mast System) in 1998. This system is easily identifiable with its unique mast superstructure that encloses antennas and sensitive equipment, with the added benefit of a reduced radar signature and less maintenance. The revolutionary mast also allows the incorporation of new technology in the future generation of stealthy ships.