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  • Rhodes's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:52
    Rhodes replied to a thread Soldier 2017 in Military Kit
    The Cambrian Patrol team appears to be issued with the 'tactical trousers' that are being trialled.
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  • apod's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:18
    apod replied to a thread Single boot concept in Military Kit
    Got my hands on the new boots for a look today. Look good but still not convinced they will be durable enough for use on exercise etc. No...
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  • na grohmití's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:31
    Government reiterate Type 31e frigate plans https://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/government-reiterate-type-31e-frigate-plans/
    409 replies | 91226 view(s)
  • na grohmití's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:07
    <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/icTM-7D6s04" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; encrypted-media"...
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  • ancientmariner's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:00
    All those things should be done to at least two P60's, as Leaders, AND conform as close as possible to SOLAS V. Regulation 22 for ships over 55m as...
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  • derfel_ie's Avatar
    14th October 2018, 15:03
    derfel_ie replied to a thread Foreign Naval Visits in Navy FAQs
    Nice ship. Lots of fuel being taken on board. they were flying drones around the ship, at least 3 of two different types. they had a...
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  • derfel_ie's Avatar
    14th October 2018, 14:55
    derfel_ie replied to a thread OPV Replacement in Navy FAQs
    zoom! enhance! One of the Customs cutters heading downriver.
    2584 replies | 867568 view(s)
  • Sparky42's Avatar
    14th October 2018, 14:22
    Sparky42 replied to a thread Foreign Naval Visits in Navy FAQs
    The Frigate Hamburg is in at Cobh, bit surprised at the level of goods they are taking on?
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  • EUFighter's Avatar
    14th October 2018, 09:47
    An upgrade of the P60 would be good but one area of concern is space, especially on the bridge as there is no provision for a Ops Room in the design....
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  • ancientmariner's Avatar
    14th October 2018, 09:30
    ancientmariner replied to a thread OPV Replacement in Navy FAQs
    Kelvin Hughes radars were always a UK choice. This one has a lot of innovation being magnetron and waveguide free. Built in target analysis at...
    2584 replies | 867568 view(s)
  • Jetjock's Avatar
    14th October 2018, 00:05
    We can't let ourselves be limited by such cop outs. In reality there are ships half the size with twice the sensor and weapons capability with simple...
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  • A/TEL's Avatar
    13th October 2018, 19:51
    There is scope for some modifications to the P60s. They were constructed with this in mind. The mast is one example, can be upgraded fairly...
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  • A/TEL's Avatar
    13th October 2018, 19:44
    Fishing Vessel are out there to do one thing, fish!. Our ships are out there to carry out numerous different tasks incl boarding ops. The bigger...
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  • EUFighter's Avatar
    13th October 2018, 17:54
    "open Atlantic"???, I know that this is often cited as a reason why ships have got bigger and bigger. SO just out of interest I was wondering what...
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  • EUFighter's Avatar
    13th October 2018, 17:24
    EUFighter replied to a thread OPV Replacement in Navy FAQs
    It is the optical FCS fitted to all ships in the class, although I do notice she has a new Kelvin Hughes Sharpeye X-band radar fitted.
    2584 replies | 867568 view(s)
  • Dogwatch's Avatar
    13th October 2018, 16:28
    Because there is no room on the p60 class for such modifications. Although it is excellent to get four new opv hulls, be very clear that they bring...
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  • ancientmariner's Avatar
    13th October 2018, 16:18
    Since the evolution of the modern OPV each batch or generation of vessel has tended to get bigger to cope with tasks demands. Ireland has it's open...
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  • ancientmariner's Avatar
    13th October 2018, 16:05
    ancientmariner replied to a thread OPV Replacement in Navy FAQs
    May be optronic FCS including IR.
    2584 replies | 867568 view(s)
  • spcjcsimmons's Avatar
    13th October 2018, 12:31
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  • spider's Avatar
    13th October 2018, 12:31
    spider replied to a thread OPV Replacement in Navy FAQs
    Is that an IR camera on top of the bridge?
    2584 replies | 867568 view(s)
  • derfel_ie's Avatar
    13th October 2018, 10:11
    derfel_ie replied to a thread OPV Replacement in Navy FAQs
    the weather was not helpful this morning.
    2584 replies | 867568 view(s)
  • DeV's Avatar
    13th October 2018, 08:38
    True In reality they weren’t replaced
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  • EUFighter's Avatar
    13th October 2018, 07:14
    The Flyvefisken-class were not replaced by the Knud Rasmussan-class; the latter is a large OPV design to operate in the Danish EEZ off Greenland,...
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  • na grohmití's Avatar
    12th October 2018, 22:35
    na grohmití replied to a thread OPV Replacement in Navy FAQs
    Whoever is running the twitter account has done great work this week. <blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en"...
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  • pilatus's Avatar
    12th October 2018, 19:25
    pilatus replied to a thread OPV Replacement in Navy FAQs
    Photo of George Bernard Shaw alongside today. Image credit Defence Forces Twitter account
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