[A famous ship that witnessed the history of Japan with the battleship Missouri]-A masterpiece destroyer made up of 175 identical ships in the United States Navy during World War II is a Fletcher class exceeding the standard displacement of 2,000 tons. 1942-44 And was deployed in the Pacific Fleet and the Atlantic Fleet as the United States Navy’s main destroyers, contributing to the victory of the Allies. One such Fletcher-class ship was commissioned in 1944, the DD797 Cushing. Based on experience, it is a late model that uses a square bridge bridge that enhances weapons against air attacks and has good visibility. It is equipped with five 12.7 guns, and a 533/5 twin torpedo launch tube. , Equipped with 5 40 mm machine guns and 7 20 mm single machine guns. From 1944 deployment, participated in air raids on Taiwan and off the coast of Leyte, etc. After the war, entered Tokyo Bay with battleship Missouri And, it was left its name in history to participate in the Japanese surrender document signing ceremony.
[About the Model】 ● In Japan combined fleet and phase Mamie 1/700 scale the US Navy destroyer DD797 Cushing veteran was of It is a plastic model assembly kit that has been reproduced.-In addition to the square bridge, which is a feature of the latter type of Fletcher class, precisely model the machine turrets provided on both sides of the hull and stern to strengthen anti-aircraft weaponry. Weapons such as 5 12.7 guns, anti-aircraft guns, torpedo launchers, and detonation projectiles are also dense. ● Sharp parts such as radar antennas create a tight atmosphere for destroyers. ● Ship numbers and The stars and stripes on the stern are also set with slide marks. ● In addition, the unique camouflage and major camouflage unique to the U.S. Navy, It was clearly explained in the explanatory diagrams and over painting view.