Meko 360 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The MEKO 360 is a class of five destroyers built in Germany for the Argentine and Nigerian Navies. The 360 was the first ship of the MEKO family of vessels built by ...
Almirante Brown-class destroyer - Wikipedia, the free ...
The Almirante Brown class is a class (MEKO 360H2 type) of warships built in Germany for the Argentine Navy. They were commissioned between 1983 and 1984, after the ...
MEKO 140 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The MEKO 140 is a frigate design by the German Blohm + Voss shipyard as part of the MEKO family of vessels. The MEKO 140 is development of the Portuguese Navy's João ...
Category:Destroyer classes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of destroyer classes of the United States Navy * List of destroyer classes; A. A-class destroyer (1913) A-class destroyer (1929) Acasta-class destroyer
Almirante Brown Class Guided-Missile Destroyer | Military ...
The Almirante Brown class guided-missile destroyer is based on the modularised systems concept in which each of the weapons and sensor systems is carried as a ...
Canada’s Destroyer Replacement | New Wars
Looking very unarmed yet very potent is the Canadian guided missile destroyer HMCS Algonquin, a Tribal class warship.
Global Defence News and Defence Headlines - IHS Jane's 360
A.244/S lightweight torpedo. Type Homing torpedo. Development Italy's A.244 lightweight torpedo was developed by Whitehead Moto Fides (now Whitehead Alenia Sistemi ...
Electrical Equipment for Naval Vessels and Submarines
1955 Development of a degaussing system with pitching and rolling components 1959 Electrical equipment for submarines, especially propulsion motors, charging generators,
Build Your Own Navy | New Wars
Right at the current time, the RN is looking into what they are calling the Type 45X destroyer/carrier that is supposed to launch the Tarantus[sic] UMA though at the ...
OPV to OPC | Chuck Hill's CG Blog
Hyundai (S. Korea) Hyundai is primarily a commercial ship builder, but they might choose to offer a variant of their recently completed Inchon Class frigate (114×14).
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