Online Resource for all things Navy
802 Cornaga Ave - Far Rockaway, NY 11691
Phone: 718-471-5464 Email click here Fax 718-337-7115
|Main Website||Ship Catalogue||Paints & Displays||How to Build a Ship!||Navy Ball Caps|
|How to Books||Decals||Photo- Etching||Ship Art Prints||Main Website|
Our Customer Service is open weekdays from 9:00 am to 8:30 pm EST time call us if you need help. 718-471-5464
Toll free 800 - 845-1140
Shipping will be added to all orders, we always endeavour to give you the best rate >>> Click for Rates.
If you have any questions or need help email us, call us or click here for HELP
The Sullivans DDG-68 1/350 scale
Super Model with photo-etching
DC038 18" Gone
In this kit are decals for these ships you can build.
|USS RUSSELL (DDG 59), Pearl Harbor, HI|
|USS PAUL HAMILTON (DDG 60), Pearl Harbor, HI|
|USS RAMAGE (DDG 61), Norfolk, VA|
|USS FITZGERALD (DDG 62), Yokosuka, Japan|
|USS STETHEM (DDG 63), Yokosuka, Japan|
|USS CARNEY (DDG 64), Mayport, FL|
|USS BENFOLD (DDG 65), San Diego, CA|
|USS GONZALEZ (DDG 66), Norfolk, VA|
|USS COLE (DDG 67), Norfolk, VA|
|USS THE SULLIVANS (DDG 68), Mayport, FL|
Dragon’s latest 1/350 scale plastic ship kit is a
fine rendering of the U.S.S. The Sullivans (DDG-68), an Arleigh Burke-class
guided missile destroyer.
This particular class of vessel is famous for being an air warfare destroyer equipped with the advanced Aegis defense system
with AN/SPY-1D radar. The U.S.S. The Sullivans has a rather unusual name, but one that is rich in heritage. In November 1942, the
U.S.S. Juneau was sunk by a Japanese submarine near Guadalcanal. There were five brothers aboard the ship – George, Francis, Joseph,
Madison and Albert Sullivan. The name of this modern destroyer commemorates the tragic deaths of these five brothers, the largest loss
of life in any one family in WWII. DDG-68 was commissioned on 19 April 1997.
This ship kit is replete with fine detail, and incorporates a one-piece hull. This aids accuracy and makes assembly that much more
convenient. Details like the various weapon systems are nicely represented, and there is a generous assortment of photo-etched parts.
These metal parts include deck railings and various items for the antennas and mast. Dragon has come up with an excellent
1/350 scale ship kit of the U.S.S. The Sullivans, a ship whose motto is “We stick together.”
The same could well be said of this well-engineered plastic model!