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1/72 Scale Torpedo Mk 32 3d printed

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1/72 Scale Torpedo Mk 32 3d printed
1/72 Scale Torpedo Mk 32 3d printed

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1/72 Scale Torpedo Mk 32

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Torpedo Mk 32 Mod 2 was a surface ship-launched, antisubmarine torpedo featuring active acoustic homing. An end product of World War II acoustic homing system development, it was the first active acoustic torpedo. Developed by a combined effort between the General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y., and the Ordnance Reserach Laboratory, Pennsylvania State University, for aircraft launching, this torpedo saw limited use in destroyers with the Mk 2 over-the-side launchers for a number of years. A few (10) torpedoes of this type were produced by Leeds and Northrup, Philadelphia, Pa., during the second World War and approximately 3300 in post-war years by the Philco Corp., Philadelphia, and the Naval Ordnance Plant, Forest Park, Ill. Torpedo Mk 32 was withdrawn from service use with the introduction of the Mk 43 torpedo



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72 Scale Torpedo Mk 32
White Strong & Flexible
2.8 cm
0.9 cm
0.9 cm
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