ZGMF-LRR704B GINN Long Range Reconnaissance Type


Model number: ZGMF-LRR704B
Code name: 
GINN Long Range Reconnaissance Type
Unit type:
 long range reconnaissance mobile suit
Manufacturer: ZAFT (Zodiac Alliance of Freedom Treaty)
Operator: ZAFT
First deployment: unknown
Accommodation: pilot and copilot, in standard cockpit in torso
Dimensions: head height 21.43 meters
Weight: empty 78.5 metric tons; max gross weight unknown
Armor materials: unknown
Powerplant: ultracompact energy battery, power output rating unknown
Propulsion: unknown
Equipment and design features: radome and sensor suite, mounted on left shoulder, range unknown
Fixed armaments: none
Optional hand armaments: sniper rifle

Throughout the Bloody Valentine War, ZAFT created several variations of the standard ZGMF-1017 GINN mobile suit. One of these variations was the ZGMF-LRR704B GINN Long Range Reconnaissance Type. Unlike the standard GINN, the Recon Type was designed for long-range reconnaissance and search missions. Because of its intended role, the Recon Type was lightly armed and only carried a sniper rifle. In early February C.E. 71, a unit belonging to the Yun Law team was sent out to search for the passenger ship Silverwind, which disappeared in the Debris Belt at the ruins of Junius Seven while preparing for a memorial service marking the first anniversary of the Bloody Valentine incident. However, the unit was destroyed in combat by Kira Yamato’s GAT-X105+AQM/E-X01 Aile Strike Gundam.

First appearance: Mobile Suit Gundam SEED
Original mechanical designer: Kunio Okawara


Rear view


Sniper rifle



Gundam SEED Info

Mitsuo Fukuda

Chiaki Morosawa
Hiroyuki Yoshino
Hiroshi Ohnogi
Shigeru Morita
Akinori Endo
Yuuichi Nomura
Akemi Omode

Mechanical Designer(s):
Kunio Okawara
Kimitoshi Yamane
Junichi Akutsu

Character Designer:
Hisashi Hirai

Musical Composer:
Toshihiko Sahashi

50 episodes (original); 48 episodes (HD); 1 short; 3 compilation movies

Airdates (Original):
Japan 10.05.2002 – 09.27.2003
U.S. 04.17.2004 – 04.15.2005

Airdates (HD Remaster):
Japan 01.xx.2012 – 11.xx.2012

Video Release (SE):
Japan 08.27.2004 – 10.22.2004
U.S. 07.11.2005 – 11.22.2005


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