1/350 Yukikaze

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Length: 338mm. Image shows painted and assembled model.

 

A Brave Warrior

After the withdrawal from the Naval treaties, plans were laid to build Kagero-class warships. The Yukikaze was the 8th completed destroyer built of the Kagero-class in January 1940. The Yukikaze saw fierce action at Midway, Guadalcanal, Mariana Islands, Leyte Gulf, as well as serving in other battles throughout the Pacific Theater. Furthermore, she also served as a patrol ship and assisted in transportation duties. At the time of her completion, she initially came armed with three dual 12.7cm gun turrets and two quadruple 61cm torpedo launchers, but in the latter stages of the War, her armament was strengthened with a complement of AA guns as well as radar changing her beautiful silhouette into one of ferociousness. Even at the Ten-Ichi-Go operation in April 1945 where she fought hard alongside with the doomed Yamato, she was able to save many survivors and return safely to port. The Yukikaze survived WWII relatively undamaged she was therefore named “the Lucky Destroyer”. After the war, she was used to ferry Japanese soldiers and personnel back to Japan. Later, she was transferred to the Republic of China for war reparation and served with distinction throughout the 1960s.

 

Yukikaze Specifications

★Standard displacement: 2,000 tons

★Length: 118.5m

★Beam: 10.8m ★Output: 52,000hp

★Speed: 35.5 knots

★Armament: (At the Ten-Ichi-Go operation): Two Twin 12.7cm guns, Five triple 25mm AA guns, Fourteen 25mm AA guns, Two 13mm AA guns, and Two quadruple 61cm torpedo launchers.

 

 

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Length: 338mm. Image shows painted and assembled model.

 

A Brave Warrior

After the withdrawal from the Naval treaties, plans were laid to build Kagero-class warships. The Yukikaze was the 8th completed destroyer built of the Kagero-class in January 1940. The Yukikaze saw fierce action at Midway, Guadalcanal, Mariana Islands, Leyte Gulf, as well as serving in other battles throughout the Pacific Theater. Furthermore, she also served as a patrol ship and assisted in transportation duties. At the time of her completion, she initially came armed with three dual 12.7cm gun turrets and two quadruple 61cm torpedo launchers, but in the latter stages of the War, her armament was strengthened with a complement of AA guns as well as radar changing her beautiful silhouette into one of ferociousness. Even at the Ten-Ichi-Go operation in April 1945 where she fought hard alongside with the doomed Yamato, she was able to save many survivors and return safely to port. The Yukikaze survived WWII relatively undamaged she was therefore named “the Lucky Destroyer”. After the war, she was used to ferry Japanese soldiers and personnel back to Japan. Later, she was transferred to the Republic of China for war reparation and served with distinction throughout the 1960s.

 

Yukikaze Specifications

★Standard displacement: 2,000 tons

★Length: 118.5m

★Beam: 10.8m ★Output: 52,000hp

★Speed: 35.5 knots

★Armament: (At the Ten-Ichi-Go operation): Two Twin 12.7cm guns, Five triple 25mm AA guns, Fourteen 25mm AA guns, Two 13mm AA guns, and Two quadruple 61cm torpedo launchers.

 


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Weight 0.9 kg
Dimensions 30 x 20 x 10 cm
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Military, Naval

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