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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
The Advanced SEAL Delivery System was designed to carry 16 SEALs upwards of 60 miles into the operations area and back. A "dry" mini-sub design, the SEAL operators were transported into the operations area in relative comfort, certainly compared to the wet Mk8 and Mk9 Swimmer Delivery Vehicles, vastly improving combat effectiveness. Most of the sub's capabilities are classified.
In 2006, citing huge cost overruns, the planned 5 additional submarines were cancelled. And in 2008 the one and only ASDS was retired from service after being damaged in a pier side fire, having only served from 2003-2008.
The 1/350 scale Advanced SEAL Delivery System has been designed with the Hobby Boss Los Angles class kit in mind.