The S-300V is a mobile air defense system with all of its elements mounted on special tracked chassis.
It was developed to engage short- and intermediate-range ballistic missiles, cruise missiles, strategic and tactical aircraft, as well as early warning and electronic warfare aircraft. It was designed to counter the threat posed by Lance and Pershing ballistic missiles. The main role of the S-300V is to protect task forces and vital industrial and military installations against massed air attacks. Its reporting name in the West is SA-12 or Gladiator/Giant.
The kit has 1200 parts over 25 sprues and including individual track links and 2 frets of photoetch.
Once mounted it has a length of 305.8mm and 103.5mm wide.