[PO OCT 2022] AH-64D Apache Longbow `JGSDF Detailup Version`

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ETA: October 2022

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-Deluxe ver..

Additional Information
  • Model: Hasegawa 4967834075153
  • Manufactured by: Hasegawa
¥4,400 ¥3,52020% off

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Description

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Please note, this is Pre-Order.

If you place pre-order now, we will secure your order and we will only charge for product cost.

Once, we receive confirmation, we will weight and package up the product to calculate the shipping cost.

 

ETA: October 2022

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-Deluxe version with detail up parts included!
-Etching parts such as mesh and rear antenna (brass) parts are included.
- The package illustration is handled by Mr. Kazuhiro Kato.

[Etching parts]
- Each part mesh, etc.

[Sawing]
- rear antenna

[Decal]
- Aircraft belonging to the Ground Self-Defense Force

- Model length … 367mm
- Model overall width … 305mm

- The AH-64D Apache Longbow is an advanced version of the AH-64A Apache all-weather attack helicopter developed and adopted in line with the US Army's Advanced Attack Helicopter (AAH) plan. The version without a radar was called the AH-64C, but at the end of 1993, the AH-64C designation was abolished, and it was called the AH-64D Apache Longbow regardless of whether it was equipped with a radar or not.
- The most notable feature of the on-board sensors is the Fire Control Radar (FCR), also known as the Longbow Radar, mounted on top of the main rotor mast. It is a new-generation attack helicopter that has excellent controllability during combat due to its advanced system management.
- The Ground Self-Defense Force has decided to introduce the AH-64D Apache Longbow as a successor to the AH-1S.
- On December 15, 2004, the first aircraft for the Ground Self-Defense Force, which made its first flight in Mesa, Arizona, USA, was delivered to Fuji Heavy Industries in Utsunomiya on December 18, 2005 after conducting various tests A reassembly has taken place.
- At this time, the equipment of the Ground Self-Defense Force specification is also done.
- The Ground Self-Defense Force's AH-64D Units 1 and 2 were manufactured by Boeing in the United States, but Fuji Heavy Industries plans to license about half of the subsequent aircraft.
- March 16, 2006 Unit 1 ferryed to JGSDF Camp Akeno.
- Various tests and inspections will be conducted in Akeno in the future, and we will proceed to actual deployment.
*Information as of March 2009.

[data]
- Crew: 2 people
- Main rotor: 14.63m
- Torso Length: 15.47m
- Maximum height (to top of FCR): 4.95m
- Maximum takeoff weight: 8,006kg
- Engine: General