1:350 RUS Udaloy Destroyer

Trumpeter Scale Models

TSM04517

045171:350 Russia Udaloy Destroyer Length: 465.1 mm Width: 54.3 mm Total Parts: 390pcsPhoto Etched Parts: Small mast and radarMore Features: Either waterline version or full hull version can be selected.RUSSIAN NAVY UDALOY Length: 162.8m Bean: 19.0m Displacement: 8200t The Project 1155 dates to the 1970s when it was concluded that it was too costly to build large-displacement, single-role combatants. The concept of a specialized surface ships was developed by Soviet designers. Two different types of warships were laid down which were Project 956 destroyer and Project 1155 large antisubmarine ship. Generally the Soviet equivalent of the American Spruance class, there are variations in SAM and air search radar among units of the class. Designed primarily as an anti-submarine warfare platform, with a long cruising range and underway replenishment capabilities, Udaloy class ships provide support to surface task forces. Udaloy reflects design changes that addressed the shortcomings of the previous Krivak program; namely the lack of helicopter facilities, limited sonar capabilities, and light air-defenses. The Udaloy has two helicopter hangars with doors that serve as a ramp to the flight deck. The Udaloy’s air-defense system consists of 8 Klinok launchers, and the AK-630 and AK-100 gun mounts. 04517 1:350 Russia Udaloy Destroyer Length: 465.1 mm Width: 54.3 mm Total Parts: 390pcs Photo Etched Parts: Small mast and radar More Features: Either waterline version or full hull version can be selected. RUSSIAN NAVY UDALOY Length: 162.8m Bean: 19.0m Displacement: 8200t The Project 1155 dates to the 1970s when it was concluded that it was too costly to build large-displacement, single-role combatants. The concept of a specialized surface ships was developed by Soviet designers. Two different types of warships were laid down which were Project 956 destroyer and Project 1155 large antisubmarine ship. Generally the Soviet equivalent of the American Spruance class, there are variations in SAM and air search radar among units of the class. Designed primarily as an anti-submarine warfare platform, with a long cruising range and underway replenishment capabilities, Udaloy class ships provide support to surface task forces. Udaloy reflects design changes that addressed the shortcomings of the previous Krivak program; namely the lack of helicopter facilities, limited sonar capabilities, and light air-defenses. The Udaloy has two helicopter hangars with doors that serve as a ramp to the flight deck. The Udaloy’s air-defense system consists of 8 Klinok launchers, and the AK-630 and AK-100 gun mounts.