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1/72 Scale Torpedo Mk 25 3d printed

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1/72 Scale Torpedo Mk 25 3d printed
1/72 Scale Torpedo Mk 25 3d printed

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1/72 Scale Torpedo Mk 25

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Sponsored by the National Defense Research Committee, Torpedo Mk 25 was developed by Columbia University, Division of War Research, as a replacement for Torpedo Mk 13. The new torpedo was an aircraft-launched, antisurface ship weapon designed for higher speed, greater strength and more ease of manufacture than the Mk 13 torpedo. Torpedo Mk 25 had thermal propulsion, was turbine driven and obtained a speed of 40 knots and a range of 2500 yards. Twenty-five units were produced by the Naval Ordnance Plant, Forest Park, Ill., during 1946 for test and evaluation. This torpedo was never mass-produced, however, due to the large inventory of Mk 13 torpedoes left at the end of World War II, and the changing role of Naval aircraft from a torpedo strike warfare platform to an antisubmarine warfare platform.



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72 Scale Torpedo Mk 25
White Strong & Flexible
5.7 cm
0.7 cm
0.7 cm
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