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  1. The German Navy until 1989 This is a video from the Bundeswehr. Unfortunately only in German, you can enjoy the picures or you can use the automatic translator from youtube. Source:
  2. Royal New Zealand Navy: All ships!
  3. Hello everyone, as I was playing with my Fuso VI battleship, I noticed that one cruiser and another battleship (both from Japan I believe) were using a flag that remined me of Great Britain. First of all, I would like to ask for the meaning of that British or English flag on a Japanese cruiser, and how can I obtain it too? also, what happens if I use it or not? Is it permanent, or just another consumable like signals? I also have other questions that I would like to ask to the european community, here they go: 1. Since I am a battleship lover, I do in most matches at least 4 to 5 citadel hits, mostly on enemy cruisers and battleships. Although, I have noticed that citadel hits can be easily executed by firing the shell so that it can land on the ship just above the waterline in order to penetrate it in the enemy ship easily. Am I correct? 2. What are ranked battles and team battles? I would like to someone to give me detailed information about those, and the releasing date for both of them. 3. How can I add an existing signature in this forum? I would like to know how does it work. Thanks in advance. TakedaYabu.
  4. Welcome everyone, Green here bringing you my second forum of the series on the UK Royal Navy. Today we are going to have an in-depth look at the UK class 23 frigates. The Type 23 class is the largest class of frigate constructed for the Royal Navy since the 26 ships of the leander class. Like the leanders they type 23 provides the back bone of the Royal Navy's anti sub frigate force, and with any luck should continue to do so for many more years. The ships where designed to complete that role in the rough waters of the North Atlantic using their towed array sonar. The Type 23 where the first stealthy ships to enter service in the Royal Navy with hull angled off the vertical to reduce a radar signature. After the Falklands war Harpoon anti-ship missiles and a 144 mm gun where added to give the design a better punch. The ships will also receive the new powerful towed sonar 2031Z which equips the ten of the class. This sonar will allow the ships to find much quieter modern submarines that may operate in inshore waters in the future. Further studies are in hand to find ways to extend the lives of these large and capable vessels and further enhancing their military capabilities. Class overview Name: Type 23 frigate Builders: Yarrow Shipbuilders and Swan Hunter Operators: Royal Navy Chilean Navy Preceded by: Type 22 frigateCondell class frigate Succeeded by: Type 26 Global Combat Ship Cost: £130M per ship In commission: 24 November 1987 Planned: 16 Completed: 16 Active: 13 Royal Navy , 3 Chilean Navy General characteristics Class & type: Frigate Displacement: 4,900 t (4,800 long tons; 5,400 short tons)[1] Length: 133 m (436 ft 4 in) Beam: 16.1 m (52 ft 10 in) Draught: 7.3 m (23 ft 9 in) Propulsion: CODLAG: Four 1510 kW (2,025 shp) Paxman Valenta 12CM diesel generators Two GEC electric motors delivering 2980kW (4000 shp) Two Rolls-Royce Spey SM1C delivering 23,190 kW (31,100 shp) Speed: In excess of 28 kn (52 km/h; 32 mph)(HMS Sutherland achieved 34.4 knots during high-speed trials in November of 2008) Range: 7,500 nautical miles (14,000 km) at 15 kn (28 km/h) Complement: 185 (accommodation for up to 205) Electronic warfare & decoys: 4 x 6-barrel Seagnat decoy launchers DFL2/3 offboard decoys Armament: Anti-air missiles: 1× 32-cell Sea Wolf GWS.26 VLS canisters for32 Sea Wolf missiles (range 1-10 km) Anti-ship missiles: 2 × quad Harpoon launchers Anti-submarine torpedoes: 2 × Twin 12.75 in (324 mm) Sting Ray torpedo tubes Guns: 1 × BAE 4.5 inch Mk8 gun 2 × 30mm DS30M automated guns, or, 2× 30mm DS30B guns 2 × Miniguns 4 × General-purpose machine guns Aircraft carried: 1 × Lynx HMA8, armed with; 4 × Sea Skua anti ship missiles, or 2 × anti submarine torpedoes or 1 × Westland Merlin HM1, armed with; 4 × anti submarine torpedoes Aviation facilities: Flight deck Enclosed hangar I hope that you have enjoyed this topic, as always I welcome positive feed back in how to improve my post's.
  5. Brommedk

    Royal Danish Navy

    This is a little about the biggest ship in the Danish navy, there are 2 of them: The Absalon class are support ships of the Royal Danish Navy, commissioned in 2005. The class is based on a frigate-like design, but built with an internal multipurpose deck (flex deck) and a stern vehicle ramp. The ships can serve as command platforms for a staff of 75 persons (naval or joint staff) with a containerized command and control centre, transport and base of operations for a company-sized landing force of some 200 men with vehicles. Alternatively, the flex deck can be used for mine-laying operations with a capacity of some 300 mines, or be fitted out for mine-clearing operations and launch and recover mine detecting and clearing equipment via a retractable gantry crane, adjacent to the stern ramp, which also is used for launching and recovering the fast landing craft. Furthermore the flex deck can support a containerized hospital or simply transport a number of ISO standard containers or some 55 vehicles including, up to 7 MBTs. The ships can carry two LCPs (Storebro SB90E), two rigid hull inflatable boats and two EH101 helicopters. The standard weapons of the Absalon class can be supplemented through the use of StanFlex mission modules. A special weapons deck (nicknamed the 'Bathtub') is designed with five StanFlex module slots. Because of the Bathtub's position, only missile-firing weapons modules can be installed. Class overview: Builders: Odense Staalskibsværft Operators: Royal Danish Navy Preceded by: Falster-class minelayers Cost: DKK2.5bn(total),(~US$225m/ship) excluding weapon modules Built: 2003–2004 In commission: 2005– Completed: 2 Active: 2 General characteristics: Type: support ships Displacement: 4,500 tonnes light, 6,600 tonnes full load Length: 137 m (449 ft 6 in) Beam: 19.5 m (64 ft 0 in) Draft: 6.3 m (20 ft 8 in) Propulsion: 2 x MTU 8000 M70 diesel engines two shafts 22,300 bhp (16.6 MW) Speed: 24 knots (44 km/h) Range: 9,000 nmi (17,000 km) at 15 kn (28 km/h) Boats & landing craft carried: 2 x RHIBs, 2 x SB90E LCP Complement: 100, plus aircrew and transients (accommodation for up to 300 in total) Sensors and processing systems: Thales SMART-S Mk2 3D volume search radar Terma Scanter 2100 surface search radar Atlas ASO 94 sonar 4 × Saab CEROS 200 fire control radars ES-3701 Tactical Radar Electronic Support Measures (ESM) Electronic warfare & decoys: 4 × 12-barrelled Terma DL-12T 130 mm decoy launchers 2 × 6-barrelled Terma DL-6T 130 mm decoy launchers Armament: 5 × StanFlex modules, typically: 3 × 12 RIM-162 ESSM SAM in Mk 48Mod3/ Mk 56 VLS 2 × 8 Harpoon Block II SSM Fixed weapons: 1 × 5"/62 Mk 45 mod 4 gun 2 × Mk32 Mod 14, each with 2 × MU90 torpedoes 2 × Millennium 35 mm CIWS 2 × 2 Stinger Point-defence SAM 7 × 12.7 mm M/01 LvSa HMG Aircraft carried: 2 × EH-101 helicopters[1] Aviation facilities: Aft helicopter deck and hangars Overall, a great and powerfull modern Danish ship..
  6. ImperialAdmiral

    Italian ship traits

    With the Italian fleet comming in the future what traits you think they will feature to feel unique? As far as I know both battleships and cruisers guns had very high muzzle velocity with Littorios having the highest from every major battleships of WWII. This could be balanced by increasing the shell dispersion. Another interesting thing about Littorios was the Pugilese system and auxiliary rudders that could come very handy in case of damage or jam of the main rudder. Therefore, it would be pretty nice if they would have slightly increased underwater protection and for example a -100% posibility of rudder jam. As for the cruisers Trentos could be distinct by their speed and Zaras by very high survivability due to their double armoured belt and deck.
  7. Tiger1940

    Austro-Hungarian Navy

    Hi, My question is, along with the remaining nations, I know probably after we'll receive the US Battleships, and Japanese Aircraft Carriers, probably new nations will be added, when is the Austro-Hungarian Navy will be in? Also my opinion it could be a whole tech tree although it didn't have any aircraft carriers in WW1. I can't wait to play its ships, like SMS Szent István battleship.
  8. Frigate class F125 - A new ship for new tasks New framework: The Bundeswehr Concept sets out the framework for the development of the armed forces. Missions to international conflict prevention and crisis management, including the fight against international terrorism, determine the structure and equipment of the Bundeswehr. As a result, the armed forces are categorized into engaging, stabilization and support forces. Stabilization forces operate in stabilizing peace missions of long duration in multinational joint. Their tasks include enforcement of embargoes, the monitoring of sea and air space and the support of evacuation procedures. The Navy followed in terms of transformation of the Bundeswehr, the aim of developing the maritime capabilities of the Bundeswehr operationally focused. To meet the requirements in the Marine stabilizing peace missions with an innovative type frigate, with the previous ships has little in common. The conceptual differences range from the type of effectors (weapons) to use parameters such as duration and crew size. The task profile requires completely new approaches in business organization and in the technical design. Improving the armed forces joint combat effectiveness: In the center of the conceptual claims, is the armed forces joint combat effectiveness to increase significantly. Characteristic of the new F125 frigate type therefore are able to: Capacity for tactical fire support from sea to land (land of targets) Ability to use special support and specialized forces (eg evacuation operations), Ability to network-centric warfare with land and air forces and Prolonged availability in the field. Flexible options for action: For use in stabilization operations through a novel sensor-weapon approach to flexible policy options will be provided. Taking the basic qualifications for the permanent monitoring of sea areas need F125 selective, graded and precise action skills that match the operating environment. The ability to in any position by use of appropriate means can act both as a de-escalating escalating is crucial. In addition, F125 marked protective and active capabilities against asymmetric threats received. Protection generated here from information superiority, rapid, flexible response options on board and a suitable ship construction. There are also automated monitoring systems on board as well as the expansion of the direct monitoring area of the ship at anchor in the harbor and through the use of boats and underwater drones. This sector in particular requires intense study and application of coordinated approach, in order to achieve an effective and technically manageable concept. The mission required flexibility to be supported by capacity for embarkation aboard helicopters, special forces, with bar association leaders, naval forces as well as protection through the integration of several boats statement. Intensive use and two crew concept: From the requirement for a long-lasting availability in theater also follows a fundamentally different technical, logistical and economic interpretation of the ships. What is required here is an up to two-year time bar of the ship in the mission area without a scheduled shipyard repair or return to home port. This technique, known as intensive use concept of the F125 frigate requires in comparison with the service units located in the Navy to double the operating hours of the repair phase. The increased availability of vessels follows - because of not increased at the same way staff requirements - the need for a new crew concept. What is required is the design of the vessel for a man about 100 full crew which will be replaced in the four-month intervals, in theater (two-crew concept). The doubling of the operating hours of these approaches, along with significant reduction of staff due for maintenance, operation and use of the vessel for additional technical solutions. Automation and the technical interplay of various equipment and systems gain in comparison to the current lifestyle, labor-intensive operation, a new and much bigger role. So far in the construction of naval ships pursued approaches are not suitable. Conclusion: With the F125 frigate it is therefore in no way thinking about a successor for existing vessels, but the consistent implementation of altered conditions in a large maritime projects. Currently, there are no maritime platform designed for the beginning of tasks is shown. It will not arrive in F125 forward to realize everything that is technically possible. Rather, the industry is called upon to combine the technological possibilities to the concerted, required capabilities into an overall design. Source: (Weapons, drive, crew and everything else are a state secret!)
  9. Republic Of Singapore Navy: All ships! Formidable-Class Frigates The newest addition to the RSN, the frigates are equipped with stealth technology to complement their advanced sensor and weapons suite. They are capable of dealing with multidimensional naval threats from the air, surface or underwater. They are to be equipped with organic naval helicopters which will significantly increase their war-fighting capabilities. Length: 114 meters Beam: 16 meters Displacement: 3,200 tonnes Speed: In excess of 25 knots Range: >3,500 nautical miles Crew: 72 + 19 air detachment Shipboard Helicopter: Sikorsky S-70B Weapons: HARPOON Surface-to-Surface Missiles, 76 mm OTO MELARA SRGM, ASTER Surface-to-Air Missile, WHITEHEAD A244S Torpedoes Victory-Class Missile Corvettes The Victory-class missile corvettes were commissioned in 1990 and 1991 and are equipped to deal with air, surface and underwater threats. They are the backbone of the RSN's strike capability and provide seaward defence and protection of Singapore's vital sea lines of communications. Length: 62 meters Beam: 8.5 meters Displacement: 530 tonnes Speed: In excess of 30 knots Range: 2,000 nautical miles Crew: 46 Weapons: HARPOON Surface-to-Surface Missiles, 76 mm OTO MELARA SRGM, BARAK Surface-to-Air Missile Fearless-Class Patrol Vessels The Fearless-class patrol vessels were built locally and attained operational status in 1997. They are propelled by waterjets instead of conventional propellers and are responsible for the coastal defence of Singapore. Length: 55 meters Beam: 8.5 meters Displacement: 500 tonnes Speed: In excess of 20 knots Range: 1,800 nautical miles Crew: 30 Weapons: 76 mm OTO MELARA SRGM, MISTRAL Surface-to-Air Missile/ TYPHOON Mk 25 Gun Bedok-Class Mine Counter-Measure Vessels These Swedish-designed Landsort-class Mine Counter-Measure Vessels are equipped with remotely operated Mine Disposal Vessels which are capable of detecting, locating, identifying and destroying modern sea mines. Length: 47.5 meters Beam: 9.6 meters Displacement: 360 tonnes Speed: In excess of 15 knots Range: 2,000 nautical miles Crew: 31 Weapons: 40 mm BOFOR Gun ​ Endurance-Class Landing Ships Tank The Landing Ships Tank (LST) are the largest vessels in the RSN and were designed and built locally. Equipped with a well-dock and a flight deck, they provide sealift capability to the RSN. The LSTs have contributed to Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief in Aceh, Peace Support Operations and the Gulf of Aden as part of counter-piracy operations in the Northern Arabian Gulf. Length: 141 meters Beam: 21 meters Displacement: 6,000 tonnes Speed: In excess of 15 knots Range: 5000 nautical miles Crew: 81 Weapons: 76 mm OTO MELARA SRGM, MISTRAL Surface-to-Air Missile MV Swift Rescue The submarine support vessel, MV Swift Rescue, was launched by the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) in November 2008. The RSN is the first in the Southeast Asian region to acquire Submarine Escape and Rescue (SMER) capabilities with the equipping of the MV Swift Rescue and the submersible rescue vessel, Deep Search and Rescue Six (DSAR 6). The MV Swift Rescue and DSAR allow for the rapid and effective evacuation of personnel from distressed submarines. Length: 85 meters Beam: 18 meters Displacement: 4,300 tonnes Speed: 12 knots Crew: 27 Challenger-Class Submarines The Sjoormen-class submarines were purchased from Sweden in the 1990s. Its excellent hydrodynamic properties is achieved by its tear drop shape. This minimises hull resistance when the submarine is submerged. These submarines now form the Challenger-class submarine squadron of the RSN. Length: 51 meters Beam: 6.1 meters Crew: 28 Speed: 10 knots (surfaced), 16 knots (submerged) Displacement: 1,130 tonnes (surfaced), 1,200 tonnes (submerged) Archer-Class Submarines The Archer-class submarines (ex-Vaastergotland-class) were acquired from Sweden in 2005. They were designed and built as single-hull, double compartment submarines, optimised to reduce noise and magnetic signature. The Archer-class submarines are also equipped with an Air Independent Propulsion (AIP) system, which enables them to have longer submerged endurance and lower noise signature, thus improving the submarines' stealth capability. Equipped with an advanced sonar system, the submarines are able to detect contacts at a farther distance; the torpedo system aboard also has a better target acquisition capability, allowing the submarines the ability to engage contacts at a farther range. Length: 60.5 meters Beam:6.1 meters Crew: 28 Speed: 8 knots (surfaced), 15 knots (submerged) Displacement: 1,400 tonnes (surfaced), 1,500 tonnes (submerged) Source:
  10. Burnsyy

    Queen Elizabeth Class

    The Queen Elizabeth class is a class of two aircraft carriers being built for the Royal Navy. HMS Queen Elizabeth is expected to begin sea trials in 2017 with an initial operational capability in 2020; the decision whether to operate HMS Prince of Wales will not be taken until 2015. The Queen Lizzy is already being built and by god it is big :) so here are some photos design Progress... She will be the pride of the navy :) Size So there are some pictures :D So The HMS Queen Elizabeth (R08) she will be the biggest ship yet. her motto is Semper Eadem ("Always the Same") she is being built in HMNB Portsmouth. she was laid down in 2009 and will begin sea trials in 2017 General characteristics Class & type: Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier Displacement: 65,600 tonnes (64,600 long tons)[2] Length: 284 metres (932 ft)[3] Beam: 39 metres (waterline) 73 metres overall Draught: 11 metres[4] Decks: 16,000 square metres Speed: 25 knots (46 km/h) Range: 10,000 nautical miles (19,000 km) Capacity: 1,450 Complement: 600 Armament: Phalanx CIWS 30 mm guns and mini-guns to counter asymmetric threats.[5] Aircraft carried: Tailored air group of up to 40 aircraft: F-35 Lightning II Chinook Apache Merlin Lynx Wildcat Aviation facilities: Hangar below deck and two aircraft lifts. as you can see this will be an awesome ship :) Wiki :) Design and construction On 25 July 2007 the then Defence Secretary Des Browne, announced the £3.8bn order for the two new carriers.[8] On 11 December 2008, Defence Secretary John Hutton announced that the two ships would enter service one or two years later than the originally planned dates of 2014 and 2016.[9] The in-service date was further extended to 2020 in The Strategic Defence and Security Review 2010 Construction of Queen Elizabeth began in 2009. Her assembly is taking place in the Firth of Forth at Rosyth Royal Dockyard. She will be built from nine blocks built in six UK shipyards; BAE Systems Surface Ships in Glasgow, Babcock at Appledore, Babcock at Rosyth, A&P Tyne in Hebburn, BAE at Portsmouth and Cammell Laird (flight decks) at Birkenhead.[11][12] Two of the lower main blocks, together weighing more than 6,000 tonnes and forming part of the base of the ship, were assembled and joined into one piece on 30 June 2011.[13] On the 28 October 2012 an 11,000-tonne section of the carrier began a lengthy journey around the south coast of England (to avoid bad weather) from the shipbuilding hall at Govan, to the Rosyth dockyard; it arrived on 21 November. Weapons system Defensive weapons will include the Phalanx Close-In Weapons System for anti-aircraft and anti-missile defence; also 30mm Automated Small Calibre Guns and Mini Guns for use against fast attack craft. Highly Mechanised Weapon Handling System (HMWHS) Incorporated into the first two blocks is a sophisticated handling and deployment system for air weapons, with the aim of achieving a sortie generation rate which is about six times faster than any previous Royal Navy aircraft carrier. The system will require only 50 people and could be operated with as few as 12 in an emergency; it is estimated that 160 would be needed to produce the same efficiency with conventional equipment. The system will move munitions on pallets by means of remotely controlled electric vehicles and lifts.
  11. Combat Support BERLIN-class (702) The Combat Support (EGV) Class 702 is a supply ship, its equipment, and crew skills are focused on the logistical and medical support a mixed use group going. The task force is made up of different task-oriented surface units.The main task of the logistics ship is to supply the units with supplies, consumer goods, food and ammunition.Home port of the first EGV, BERLIN, is Wilhelmshaven.The second ship has been named FRANKFURT AM MAIN and is based in Kiel. Technische Daten: Dimensions (length / width / depth): 174.0 m / 24.0 m / 7.4 m Load displacement: about 18,000 t Speed: 20 knots Capacity: 10,560 kW (14,357 hp) Arming: 4 x 27 mm Marine easily secured (MLG) Some anti-aircraft weapons Equipment: Navy rescue Centre application (MERZ) 2 x SEA KING MK 41 Crew:159 soldiers (+94) Units: UNITS SQUADRON AND LOCATIONS A 1411 BERLIN Tross-Squadron Wilhelmshaven A 1412 FRANKFURT AM MAIN Tross-Squadron Wilhelmshaven Helicopters aboard SEA KING MK 41 The WESTLAND SEA KING MK41 support in the evacuation of people in the context of the armed force of the Inter-inserts. He puts special forces from the Bundeswehr in crisis regions. Rescue injured by a SEA KING The first WESTLAND SEA KING MK 41 in 1975 to Navy aviator squadron 5 is submitted in Kiel Holtenau in service. Since then, the helicopter on a daily basis in support of the fleet in service connecting land / sea, and search and rescue services have (SAR) real value. Two SAR Support Centres on Helgoland and Warnemünde are always ready, another on Borkum. The helicopter uses special forces from the Bundeswehr in crisis regions. The SEA KING supports the evacuation of people in the context of different armed force across missions. In the long term the SEA KING by the navy Helicopter 90 (MH 90), or the navy helicopter 92 (MH 92) replaced. The MFG 5 takes a different armed force comprehensive approach to: Search and Rescue Air transport of materials and personnel Forces in emergency and disaster relief Tactical airlift at the interface sea / land Participation in evacuation operations Surveillance and reconnaissance Contribution to the war over water ​Specifications: Dimensions (length / width / height): 22.1 m / 4.9 m / 5.1 m max. Starting weight: 9.300 kg Speed ​​of 136 knots (252 km / h) Power: 2,200 KM (3,000 PS) Arming:12.7 mm heavy machine gun ​Crew: 2-4 soldiers ​Units: The navy Air Wing 5 has 21 helicopters in a Squadron. Videos: Source:
  12. ITzMeHUNNYBUNNY

    HMS Carlskrona

    HMS Carlskrona. Now lets get into business. You may or may not have heard of this ship. If you are from Sweden or Scandinavia you probably have heard of it. The ship was built in 1980 as a minelayer but was modified by the year of 2010 to become a patroll vessel. The ship is known as P04. HMS Carlskrona is Swedens longest ship by far and is currently serving down in Somalia guarding the shipping lines. The ship is armed with 1x Bofors 57mm cannon and 2x Bofors 47mm cannons. The captain of the ship is currently Mathias Jansson. The ship has had royal visits. The ship has even got an lawyer on it to ensure that no international rights are being broken. Videos of the ship The Kings visit. (In Swedish but still a powerfull video) HMS Carlskrona passing the Suez Canal
  13. Minehunter "Ensdorf" class (352) Minehunter the "Ensdorf" class (352) by converting the "Hameln" class to replace the minesweepers the "Lindau" Class (351) formed in the Bremen shipyards Friedrich Lürssen and Abeking & Rasmussen. For protection against magnetic mines and splinter protection properties due to better pass the hull and all the essential facilities from non-magnetic and shock-absorbing materials. Alle Anlagen und Geräte sind darüber hinaus schockgelagert. Die Hauptminenabwehrkomponente des Waffensystems stellen die „Seehunde“dar. Das Einsatzverfahren TROIKA PLUS sieht prinzipiell vor, bis zu vier dieser Drohnen einzusetzen. The drones operate remotely from the actual unit (the hollow stick steering boat or the guide platform) on predetermined paths. There they simulate typical vessel noise and magnetic fields ship. Mines are detonated, this is done without risk for the actual unit and the crew. Due to the robust construction of the "harbor seal" this remains largely unscathed. In addition, all boats "Ensdorf" class uses a sonar to detect mines in the area ahead (ADS Ankertaudetektionssonar DSQS 11A). Together with the one also on board-art disposable combat drone "Sea Chase" can (remotely operated drone mine action with an explosive charge) localized mines are removed by blasting. In addition, all units also have the ability to classic mechanical demining moored mines. In this case try the boat by a few hundred meters behind the boat yielded hergezogenen and reamer to cut their cables. The emerged, floating mine vessels are made safe on the water surface. Specifications: Dimensions (length / width / depth): 54.4 m / 9.2 m / 2.5 m Load displacement: 635 t Power: 4080 kW (5550 PS) Speed: 18 kn Seal: Dimensions (length / width / depth): 26.9 m / 4.6 m / 1.4 m Seal: load displacement: 99 t Seal: 328 kW (446 PS) Seal: Speed: 9 kn Arming: 2x 2 Stinger Demining equipment Minelaying equipment (60 mines) 1 x 27 mm Light Navy Gun Crew:38 Soldiers ​Units: Name/Squadron/Homeport M 1090 Pregnitz/fifth Minesweeper Squadron/Kiel M 1092 Hameln/fifth Minesweeper Squadron/Kiel M 1093 Auerbach-Oberfalz/fifth Minesweeper Squadron/Kiel M 1094 Ensdorf/fifth Minesweeper Squadron/Kiel M 1098 Siegburg/fifth Minesweeper Squadron/Kiel Videos: On the occasion of the Kiel Week 2010, we take guests on board the minesweeper "Ensdorf". With excellent summer weather it is from Kiel to Eckernförde and back. We meet all kinds of sailing boats and historic vessels that participate in the different sailing.
  14. Corvette class BRAUNSCHWEIG (K 130) Corvette Magdeburg (F261) In view of the broad spectrum of the Bundeswehr to buy the navy five corvettes. This new type of ship for the Navy allows worldwide use and complements the existing capabilities of the speedboats and frigates. Corvettes for the tasks in the Überwasserseekriegführung, especially in marginal seas and coastal waters, optimized. Home port, as well as for the fast boats, Rostock-Warnemünde. On 1 Corvettes squadron belongs alongside future five corvettes and the Tender DONAU. On important technology areas which started in the frigates of SACHSEN-class developments to be vigorously pursued, for example in the field of marine engineering automation, computer and network technology, or software for weapons and guidance systems. The network is for example designed so that in case of damage to the vessel can be replaced but all the information and processed. In all ship components to maintain the performance are redundant. Due to this redundancy the operational capability is maintained. In addition to numerous new developments BRAUNSCHWEIG class and innovative solutions are planned. In the field of radar and infrared signature, the BRAUNSCHWEIG-class stealth characteristics. With its high-performance radar, it is always in the picture of the current situation. In the future it is even being considered, "Navy drones" to station on the corvette. The ship will thus be in the position to carry out field reconnaissance and surveillance over the radar horizon. The necessary facilities already exist. All this allows for the use in coastal waters, particularly in the context of multinational rapid reaction forces. Specifications:​ Length: 88.8 m Width: 13.2 m Load displacement: 1,840 t Speed: 26 knots Sea endurance (without tender): 7 days Sea endurance (with tender): 21 days Travel Distance:> 2,500 nautical miles at 15 knots Drive system: 2 drive diesel engines with 7,400 kW 2 waves 2 adjustable propeller 2 planetary gear Arming: 1 76 mm cannon 2 27 mm guns 2 RAM 2 decoys shedding systems TKWA / MASS Minelayer capacity 4 target country capable missile RBS 15MK3 1 radar jammers Crew:58 soldiers ​Units: UNITS SQUADRON AND LOCATIONS BRAUNSCHWEIG (F260)/Corvette Squadron Flotilla 1/Warnemünde/Added 16.04.2008 in service MAGDEBURG (F261)/Corvette Squadron Flotilla 1/Warnemünde/Added 22.09.2008 in service ERFURT (F262)/Corvette Squadron Flotilla 1/Warnemünde/In construction OLDENBURG (F263)/Corvette Squadron Flotilla 1/Warnemünde/In construction LUDWIGSHAFEN AM RHEIN (F264)/Corvette Squadron Flotilla 1/Warnemünde/In construction Pictures: Corvette Erfurt (F262) test driving. Corvette Magdeburg (F 261) runs to first use to Lebanon Video: (Sorry this is in German but you can understand it ,too) Quelle:
  15. Speedboat Gepard class (143A) These units are developed on the basis of ALBATROS class. You have the RAM missile system and minelaying capacity. http://www.n-tv.de/i...680_libanon.jpg These units are developed based on the class and ALBATROS have, instead of a second 76 mm gun, on the RAM missile system. This is the improved defense against enemy missiles. Instead of the torpedo armament, they have a large-sized minelaying capacity. The on-board sensors are similar to those of the ALBATROSS-class, but include an advanced and extensive possibilities of electronic warfare. Specifications: Dimensions (length / width / depth): 57.6 m / 7.8 m / 2.6 m Load displacement: 391 t Speed​​: 40 knots Capacity: 13,200 kW (17,952 PS) Arming: 1x 76 mm OTO Melara gun 4x anti-ship missiles Exocet MM 38 Minelaying capacity 1x GDC RAM (Rolling Airframe Missile) 21 cells Equipment: Maritime surveillance radar Navigation radar Automatic combat and Information System for speedboats (AGIS) Crew:34 soldiers (4 officers) Units: Name/Squadron/Homeport P 6121 S 71 GEPARD/7th Fast Patrol Boat Squadron/Warnemünde P 6122 S 72 PUMA/7th Fast Patrol Boat Squadron/Warnemünde P 6123 S 73 HERMELIN/7th Fast Patrol Boat Squadron/Warnemünde P 6125 S 75 ZOBEL/7th Fast Patrol Boat Squadron/Warnemünde P 6126 S 76 FRETTCHEN/7th Fast Patrol Boat Squadron/Warnemünde P 6128 S 78 OZELOT/7th Fast Patrol Boat Squadron/Warnemünde P 6129 S 79 WIESEL/7th Fast Patrol Boat Squadron/Warnemünde P 6130 S 80 HYÄNE/7th Fast Patrol Boat Squadron/Warnemünde Pictures: http://www.internnet...s/S72Puma_0.jpg Source:
  16. Stribog2033

    Question About Upcoming Tech Trees

    Are we going to get more port slots with upcoming Soviet and German tech trees ? I know we will get for Tier I slot but it would be good to get at least one more as a bonus or special. What others think ? Would that be normal option for everyone ? I am not asking for it, just wondering if it's going to happen.
  17. Gorch Fock (1933) The Gorch Fock is a rigged as a barque sail training vessel, which was built in 1933 by Blohm & Voss for the Navy and named after the writer Gorch Fock. From 1951 to the early 1990s, the ship sailed under the name Tovarishch (Comrade, Russian for comrade) in the Soviet Navy. Currently it is the German association "Tall Ship Friends" owned ship since 2003 in Stralsund. The Gorch Fock is the lead ship of a class of six sailing ships, to which in 1958 built the same sail training ship of the German navy belongs.To distinguish the ships are sometimes in brackets construction, or in brackets attached 1 or 2, but not ready for the ship's name. German Reich and Navy The client was the German Imperial Navy (Navy from 1935), on 26 a substitute for the July 1932 required by a Gewitterböe capsized sail training ship Niobe. Under the number 495, the building was on the 2nd December 1932 given by Blohm & Voss in order. The League of German fleet women and the German Navy League had proposed a "people's donation Niobe", which was used for the construction. After 100 days of construction, the ship was on the 3rd May 1933 baptized in the name of the Hamburg Maritime poet and Gorch Fock was launched. The patron was the chairman of the Federation of German Women's fleet, Marie Frohlich, held the naming ceremony speech of his term chief of the Navy, Admiral Erich Raeder. On 27 June 1933, the Gorch Fock has been put into service. First commander was Captain Raul Mewes. Nine officers and 56 noncommissioned officers / teams formed the crew. The ship had room for 198 cadets. Various training runs led the ship and abroad. A delegation of the Gorch Fock was, inter alia, on 13 August 1934 attended the memorial service for the fallen in November 1917, German U-boat crew from SM UC 57th On the Finnish island Hamnskär to a celebration took place with unveiling of a memorial. On 27 March 1935 took over the command Lieutenant Commander August Thiele and from 7 November 1935, the Gorch Fock sailing under the new imperial war flag. Homeport was Stralsund. In December 1936, joined the ship's command to Lieutenant Commander Bernhard Rogge, in March 1938 to Commander Otto Kahler, of the sail training ship led to the beginning of the second world war in 1939. Since 1939, the Gorch Fock and her two sister ships Horst Wessel and Albert Leo Schlageter were mainly used as stationary barges and only changing as training vessels. Thus, the Gorch Fock, 1942 in Swinoujscie and in April 1944 was in Kiel as an accommodation ship. On 24 April 1944, the Gorch Fock transferred in drag from Kiel to Ruegen. Lauterbach before the anchor was thrown. Commander of the ship on which was now again the training started, was Lieutenant Wilhelm Kahle. The ship was under the 1st Ship parent regiment in Stralsund. The two sister ships sailed for training purposes, the Baltic Sea and the Bay of Greifswald. On 1 October 1944, the Gorch Fock was hauled into the Stralsund harbor, because of poor heating facilities, the vessel was heated from a steam barge and later by a locomotive. In the spring of 1945 approached, the troops of the Soviet Army Stralsund. The barque was on 9 March 1945 towed out of the harbor to a mooring off the peninsula Drigge. Is still unclear why the boat has not been used for the installation of troops to the west. On 27 April 1945, the ship was decommissioned and partially dismantled. The equipment was stored in the boathouse on the Dänholm. On board the ship only a small crew remained under the leadership of Karl Oberbootsmannsmaat Köhnke. Probably at a briefing on 29 April 1945, on the approach of the Red Army and chaotic conditions in Stralsund and in all roads have been identified, a decision was the sinking of the Gorch Fock, in order not to leave the Soviet Army. On 30 April 1945 was a advance party of the Soviet army in sight of the Gorch Fock before Devin. About 12.30 clock this day, a fire was made by standing on height Devin Soviet tanks. The Gorch Fock received during the 45-minute bombardment three shellfire, with rigging and hull were damaged. From the German side on the morning of the same day explosives had been brought on board. This was ignited by fuses, and the sinking took place at 14 o `clock.The Gorch Fock was now on position 54 ° 17 '28 "N, 13 ° 8' 22" E in Stralsund, with masts still visible. As Towarischtsch in Soviet merchant marine After the war ended, the Gorch Fock was awarded as reparation of the Soviet Union. The order for the ship lift was the Stralsund company "B. Perennial salvage ship "and the rescue costs were estimated at 450,000 Reichsmarks. The ship should be salvaged contrary to previous practice, with masts. In March 1947, we began work. Since the company was not the small Stralsunder tasks grew, they started on 12 May 1947 specifically the "salvage office" as a local company in Stralsund. In June 1947, the ship was finally lifted. It was brought to Stralsund and cleaned, the inventory was being brought on board a barge and later sunk in the Bay of Greifswald. The total cost of recovery and purification were ultimately RM 800,000. In the fall of 1947, the ship in the Neptun Shipyard in Rostock was transferred. There and in Wismar was the repair. In Wismar, the ship was awarded in September 1949, the name of Towarischtsch (Товарищ, in German: "comrade" or "comrade"). On 15 June 1951 it was declared as a sail training ship of the Soviet Navy with home port on the Dnepr River in Cherson service. The Towarischtsch undertook a world tour in 1957 and won in 1974 and 1976 respectively, the Operation Sail. Ukrainian merchant navy After the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991 the ship was transferred to the ownership of Ukraine and its merchant marine, but was deactivated in 1993 for lack of funds. In 1995, she sailed for the last time, this time from Cherson to Newcastle-upon-Tyne, where private sponsors wanted to repair the ship. The venture failed because of the high cost. 1999 finally became the Towarischtsch, now housed in relatively poor condition, with the support of the German association "Tall Ship Friends' Association to Wilhelmshaven, where she served as flagship of the Expo 2000 at sea. Swimming museum and a new beginning After the last berth of the Gorch Fock, Stralsund was to 1945, she went back there in 2003 and now lies in the port city of Stralsund on the so-called "ballast box" anchor. In 2003 the club bought "Tall Ship Friends," the ship of the Ukrainian Ministry of Education. The Lord Mayor of Hamburg, Harald Lastovka and maritime journalist Peer Schmidt-Walter had given a commitment that the Gorch Fock again "in her old home port" Moors, an offer that the club hatte.Nach also assumed previously four-year repairs in Wilhelmshaven in October 2003 she was transferred to the dock ship Condock V to Stralsund, the transportation cost was 100,000 Euro.In Volkswerft was the floating security is restored and the ship 29 November 2003 by the Stralsunderin Rosemarie Schmidt-Walter, in the presence of a grandson of its founder, and thousands of Stralsund to its old name getauft.Der owners organization "Tall Ship Friends" was based on a financial need of several million euros to put the ship back in service to, however, was confident of bringing together the money through donations and entrance fees. In addition to the costs required for repair and restoration, the problem is that the Gorch Fock with their length of well over 55 meters due to current law does not (under the rules of the traditional vessel regulation, but only as a ship under regular conditions of the International Maritime Organization IMO) could be back in service. In 2004 began the repair and restoration work, the Friends of Gorch Fock taught with job creation programs of the Federal Employment Agency, one a ship museum on board, all the cabins in the tween decks were removed, disposed of unserviceable equipment and a caboose new aufgebaut.Die Gorch Fock was the number 3675 eingetragen.2005 the German shipping register with home port of Stralsund was the engine room completely cleared out and there were four auxiliary diesel engines with 180 hp angeschafft.Im 2005 the dismantling work was completed, 37,000 people visited the ship. In November 2008, the ship on the People Stralsund was checked for blemishes. 200 square meters of steel were used to fix the file below and above the water line, the paint on the hull was renewed. In November 2009, began with the renovation of the deck of the Gorch Fock. Of the 250 square meter deck cabin (the rear, elevated deck) 60 square meters were replaced with new steel plates. In March 2010, the dismantling of the 82-meter vessel was visible progress, in addition, the ship was re-equip to take it then back to full operation. Sought for the operation in the first step will be a driving license under the German flag for the Baltic Sea, which is possible, according to the GL and the See-BG, as was the class applied for admission. For the completion of daily operations and the driving license around four million euros are needed. In the second step, with the recovery of costs of day trips in the Baltic Sea for the operating costs, is to be further expansion of the ship for overnight trips with trainees, for which around three million euros have been estimated. Visitor numbers were in 2011 fell sharply compared to the previous year, in summer 2011, 10,000 people visited the ship less than last year, which meant a reduction in revenues of EUR 40,000. Whether the "old lady" back in set sail or remain stationary in the city port of Stralsund, depends therefore on whether the necessary funds can be brought in, at least for the initial planning step. In addition to the pecuniary interest ship survey therefore also "Riggtrainings" carried out and rented the space on board for events and celebrations. In addition, the ship serves as a venue for civil marriages and subsequent marriages. Gorch Fock (1958) The Gorch Fock, in the literature regularly referred to as the Gorch Fock II, is a rigged as a barque sail training ship of the German Navy. By January 2011, according to official statistics put the ship back 741,106 miles. Here at 439 port visits were 180 different ports started and visited over 60 territories on all continents. History The ship was on 24 February 1958 Keel-laying. Like the first Gorch Fock of the Empire navy it was built by Blohm & Voss. This follows from the destruction of the Pamir were 1957 strong controversy among the public and decision-making bodies on completion and commissioning of the ship, it was, among other things, the appropriateness of a sailing ship for modern military tasks questioned. The launch took place on 23 August 1958. It was Rudolf Kinau, the brother of the fallen during the Battle of Jutland on the SMS Wiesbaden Gorch Fock, the naming ceremony speech in Low German. Baptism itself took Rudolf Kinaus daughter Ulli Kinau. On 17 December 1958 the sail training ship has been permanently in service. On 3 August 1959 was the Gorch Fock of Kiel from their first trip abroad. The ship was in the course of the coming years as the "ambassador of Germany" is known worldwide. In 1964 it represented Germany at the World Fair in New York. In 1974, the Gorch Fock visited as part of the Tall Ship Regatta Copenhagen Gdynia as the first warship of the German Navy a Polish port. The same applies to the visit to the Yugoslav port of Split in 1977. In August 1976, she was at the sailing regatta on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the United States declared the winner, since they canceled due to a lull in the most forward lay. 1985 and 1991 there were a number of reconstructions and 2000/2001 dockyard a longer time, so some training runs were made with the chartered to Norwegian Statsraad Lehmkuhl. In 2012, repairs were necessary for some ten million euros, although the ship was overhauled in 2010. The ship is under the German Naval Academy Mürwik, home port keel. Training All cadets of the military service and the medical officer cadet in the German Navy are trained as part of training trips abroad, as well as the officers of the "maritime service" (using number 11). A crew of 83 people can manage up to 138 trainees. The crew consists of 11 officers, including meteorologist and ship's surgeon, 14 non-commissioned officers with sword knot, 35 commissioned officers and 23 enlisted degrees zusammen.Die training the Navy cadets on the Gorch Fock is investigated continuously since 2005 scientific. The training will educate especially the teamwork of the soldiers and give first experiences with the situation at sea. The other, more technically and operationally oriented training of the OA was until its decommissioning in 1990 took on the training ship Germany and has since been mostly on the destroyer units (now Flotilla 2) performed. During her trips to all parts of the world, the Gorch Fock is also the representation of the Federal Republic of Germany and its navy. She was, for example, in 1974 the first warship of the German Navy, and thus the first part of the Bundeswehr troops that visited after the end of World War II with Gdansk in Poland is a country of the former Warsaw Pact. Training stop Due to an accident during 156./157. Training trip abroad, where on 7 November 2010, a 25-year officer aspirant died after falling from the rigging, and a letter from the Military Commissioner Hellmut royal house of the Defence Committee of the German Bundestag, which refers in particular to this fatal crash, was the training company unterbrochen.Eine commission with Karl-Dietrich Haase was ordered on board to investigate this and other issues. The commander Norbert Schatz was in January 2011 temporarily of his obligations. Entbunden.Für the transfer of the vessel to Germany was his predecessor, Captain Michael Brühn, used as an absence representation The Marine Commission found no wrongdoing treasure '. At his own request versa treasure not go back to the command post, his successor as the resumption of the training company in August 2012 Helge Risch. Technical Description The Gorch Fock is built to the same plans as the subsequent sister ships of the first Gorch Fock, which turned out a bit larger. However, the safety standards after the sinking of the Pamir were improved significantly. The steel hull of the ship is designed to be smooth with extended poop-deck and back. The rig consists of the two front poles jib or mainsail, double-Mars and a simple and a Royal topgallant sails, the mizzen mast is designed as a pile with 2 superimposed gaff sails. The mast is in foretop 45 m, 44.90 m and in the United Topp Besantopp at 39.80 m, in each case calculated on water. Her 23 sails are as follows: 10 yard, 6-Stag, 4 headsails, 2 and 1 Besane Besantoppsegel, the respective lengths are at Spier jib and main yard 24 m, the bowsprit measures 18.8 m, of which 8.9 front of the bow, and the Besanbaum 16.4 m. The 1958-built ship is largely identical to the 1933-built Gorch Fock. To distinguish the ships are sometimes in brackets the year or a number in brackets attached, but not part of the ship's name. This also applies to the prefix SSS for sail training vessel, which appears regularly in the literature. Both ships are named after the writer Gorch Fock. Record The Gorch Fock was on his way home from the 62nd Overseas training cruise under the command of Captain Horst Helmut wind in the marine English Channel / North Sea in south-west gale of 17 to 18 1980 November one-hour period (within the not always exactly 24 hours distance covered) made ​​of 323 nautical miles and was able to surpass the pre-existing record for displacement sailing ships in the waters around seven nautical miles. 17 knots at times while driving were measured above ground. Gorch Fock song Since the 1960s, the ship has its own Gorch-Fock-song that was composed by the late commander Hans Freiherr von Stackelberg. Two lines of the text address the harsh reality training: "The boatman is not always pleasant / feared is also some Maat / and is also close to her often quite uncomfortable / the heart is but every comrade!" Videos They leave the home port. They meet the "Köln" and the "Sachsen" (German frigates) in the Atlantic. Sorry the videos are in German, but they show the training/live on the ship! Quellen: I have it in the theme "Modern warships" posted because the Gorch Fock working today offiziell for the German navy! And as you can see in the first video at 7:40 in the flag on the right side one notch , that means "Battleship".
  18. Frigate "Sachsen" class (124) A total of three ships of the "Sachsen" class gives the Navy available. The type of ship - the "Sachsen" - was born on 4 November 2004 put into service. The commissioning of the last ship, the frigate "Hessen", took place in April 2006. Besides the "Sachsen" and the "Hessen", the "Hamburg" is set in December 2004 in the service. Frigate "Sachsen" (F219) The units of the "Sachsen" class frigates are designed as multi-purpose board with helicopter escort and area security. They have replaced the native to Kiel 103 B class destroyer. The home port of Wilhelmshaven units. The ships are since 9 January 2005 with the 123 in second class frigates Frigate Squadron summarized. Voher formed the "Sachsen" Class own squadron, the 1st Frigate Squadron. From 27 June, the frigates of the newly formed Flotilla 2 will belong. Sensors and effectors are optimized for the main functions of these vessels and association management association air defense. As with the frigate "Bremen" - and "Brandenburg" class is used to board the helicopter extensive Seezielbekämpfung and antisubmarine warfare. With the inflow of "Sachsen" class has the Navy on a particularly versatile and assertive naval warfare. Specifications: Dimensions (length / width / depth): 143 m / 17.4 m / 6 m Load displacement: 5,800 t Speed: 29 knots Power: 38,000 kW (52,000 PS) Arming: 1x 76-mm gun OTO Melara 2x 27-mm Mauser MLG 1x modernized FK system SEA SPARROW MK 41 VLS 2x Quad LC starter for FK system HARPOON 2x AMD RAM Starter 2x triple torpedo tube sets MKL 32 6x SRBOC starter ​Crew: 255 Soldiers ​Units: Name/Squadron/Homeport F 219 Sachsen/Second frigate Squadron/Wilhelmshaven F 220 Hamburg/Second frigate Squadron/Wilhelmshaven F 221 Hessen/Second frigate Squadron/Wilhelmshaven Videos: Life on board of the frigate Hamburg F220! (Sorry it's in german but you can understand it so.) Frigate Hessen F221. Source:
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