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Dragon Models USA, Inc.
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Pomona, CA 91768

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Dragon Wings
This series includes high quality diecast models of modern and historical aircraft. Each item is recreated with lifelike details and is true to scale. Titles include many of today’s most popular commercial airlines and both modern and historic military aircraft.
1/400 Titan IIIC w/Launch Pad (Space)
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ITEM NO: DRW 56228
EAN-13 BARCODE: 0089195562289
SCALE: 1:400
ANNOUNCED ON: 4/4/2011
ARRIVED ON: 5/20/2011
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Barcode: 0 89195 56228 9
Case pack: 36 Pieces per carton
Box Size: 7.9" x 3.1" x 2.4"

Features:
- Highly detailed
- True to 1/400
- Highly collectible
- High quality diecast construction

The Titan family of expendable rockets was extremely successful, with a total of 368 rockets launched between 1959 and 2005. One of the rockets from this family was the Titan IIIC, this being a space booster used for US Air Force (USAF) missions. This rocket built by Martin Marietta first flew on 18 June 1965, and its final flight was in 1982. The Titan IIIC was indispensable in launching large payloads into space, serving as the largest unmanned space booster until the Titan IV entered service in 1988. A 13.1-tonne payload could be sent into a low-earth orbit, or 3 tonnes could be sent into a geosynchronous transfer orbit. One of the Titan IIIC’s strengths was its flexibility, for it could utilize no upper stage, or one of two optional stages. This meant the 42m-long rocket could carry a variety of payloads depending on the mission.