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  • DeV's Avatar
    Today, 19:53
    RIP
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  • DeV's Avatar
    Today, 19:49
    DeV replied to a thread Drydocking? in Navy & Naval Reserve
    Which as you say doesn’t require drydocking. Absolutely max there are 4 (normally 2-3) scheduled dry docks annually for 2-3 weeks each (normally...
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  • na grohmití's Avatar
    Today, 18:43
    Where are you getting 12 weeks from? There is a naval vessel out of action at different levels at every stage throughout the year. While not all of...
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  • DeV's Avatar
    Today, 17:40
    DeV replied to a thread Drydocking? in Navy & Naval Reserve
    i assume you mean the Government? No EU laws on State Aid have a big say definitely Quite possibly but your either going to have to: (a)...
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  • na grohmití's Avatar
    Today, 16:20
    DSG have barely spent a cent on the yard since they took it over. They have cut up all the old cranes for scrap. The caisson is hauled into position...
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  • ancientmariner's Avatar
    Today, 15:45
    How the State ensures priority choice with the Doyle Shipping group. for use of Cork Dockyard , and supporting it's continued viability is a matter...
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  • DeV's Avatar
    Today, 12:01
    DeV replied to a thread Drydocking? in Navy & Naval Reserve
    Only way to ensure VFM and sufficient work for the Haulbowline drydock would probably be a PPP project and allow them to take on commercial work. ...
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  • ancientmariner's Avatar
    Today, 10:43
    Nationally we are, as we all know, reduced to one Drydock located at Rushbrooke, Cobh. The Navy needs to drydock it's ships on a programmed and ad...
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  • na grohmití's Avatar
    Today, 03:51
    There are closer, bigger & better equipped drydocks in France and the UK, if we are going to go to a foreign yard.
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  • Graylion's Avatar
    Today, 02:17
    Graylion replied to a thread Drydocking? in Navy & Naval Reserve
    further up there is mention of 180m length, so pretty significant. Still not relevant IMO, cos reactivating it would be a huge waste of money. Other...
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  • Sparky42's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:02
    Sparky42 replied to a thread Drydocking? in Navy & Naval Reserve
    To come back from the question of covering it, I'd ask again what's the measurements of the dock, how much of an increase over the Cobh dock does it...
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  • GoneToTheCanner's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:00
    What's missing from talk about the Russian experience in Ukraine/Crimea is it's actual losses; how many actual vehicles/airframes/human...
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  • na grohmití's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:16
    You don't need to pump out a drydock for it to be useful, especially when covered. At any time at least one vessel is at berth out of service for...
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  • DeV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:36
    DeV replied to a thread Drydocking? in Navy & Naval Reserve
    How many weeks in an average year would be used? Surely the money would be better spend on wage increases possibly allowing the NS to fully crew...
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  • ibenji's Avatar
    Yesterday, 14:52
    ibenji replied to a thread Drydocking? in Navy & Naval Reserve
    There would be more hassle getting the ex naval service Members to give up their free berths for their boats than to deal with the local wind...
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  • Woodview's Avatar
    Yesterday, 14:11
    I actually would but I'm not a medical doctor!
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  • ancientmariner's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:19
    The initial requirement and feasibility study should be to achieve an environmentally friendly site for the maintenance and repair of naval vessels....
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  • DeV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:44
    According to the award notice there were 2 tenders received
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  • paul g's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:22
    the really important conflict at the moment, which will shape the procurementof armoured vehicles for PDF units overseas is the Ukraine especially...
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  • irishrgr's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:08
    In the US, 70% of our deployable medical assets are in the Army Reserve. We recruit the various professionals actively, they do a four week "shoot...
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  • na grohmití's Avatar
    17th January 2018, 23:23
    Cover the drydock to allow work to take place in all weathers on the exterior. It would need to be as tall as to fit a ship and her mast, with room...
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  • Sparky42's Avatar
    17th January 2018, 22:54
    Sparky42 replied to a thread Drydocking? in Navy & Naval Reserve
    Ok so I guess the question is would there be long term savings in reinstating it and putting together the workforce etc compared to the current...
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  • na grohmití's Avatar
    17th January 2018, 22:35
    Drydock in Haulbowline, to get operational would cost in the region of €5-15m. All you have to do then is get all the heavy engineering machinery and...
    148 replies | 29899 view(s)
  • DeV's Avatar
    17th January 2018, 22:20
    DeV replied to a thread Drydocking? in Navy & Naval Reserve
    To me it comes down to utilisation and staffing
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  • TangoSierra's Avatar
    17th January 2018, 21:24
    Lots of talk in the milblog sphere of "Why US destroyed Iraqi cities to save them". Haven't had the time to read, just offering the link
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  • Sparky42's Avatar
    17th January 2018, 19:21
    Sparky42 replied to a thread Drydocking? in Navy & Naval Reserve
    Whats the measurements for that dock? To me I suppose it comes down to costs and what numbers are we talking about, I mean if it's a one off hull...
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  • Turkey's Avatar
    17th January 2018, 19:12
    Turkey replied to a thread Drydocking? in Navy & Naval Reserve
    All very interesting, I do mean that, but could we wander a tiny bit back on track? For instance; is there a case for repairing the dock, beside the...
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  • expat01's Avatar
    17th January 2018, 17:09
    Irrelevent if you are not western or don't lose.
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  • GoneToTheCanner's Avatar
    17th January 2018, 13:56
    There have even been calls to bring back flamethrowers, as the US found in Fallujah that enemies in bunkers built inside houses and other buildings...
    836 replies | 209557 view(s)
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