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Tanelorn's Fleet

Discussion in 'Civ2 - Scenario League' started by Tanelorn, Nov 20, 2013.

  1. Tanelorn

    Tanelorn Chieftain

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    The Asheville class gunboat included:
    17 boats comissioned between 1966 and 1970 for the US navy most stricken by the 70s/80s
    1 transferred to South Korea in 1973, scrapped in 1993
    2 transferred to Turkey in 1973, one sunk and the other deleted in 2000
    2 transferred to Greece in 1989
    2 transfered to Colombia in 1995

    The Patrol Ship Multi Mission derivative design included/ includes:
    8 Paek Ku, half of them built in South Korea since 1975
    2 Lung Chiang for Taiwan since 1978
    4 Mandau missle boats for Indonesia with the Combattante weapons package (MM38s) built in South Korea
    6 Sattahip class patol boats built in Thailand since 1983
     

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  2. Tanelorn

    Tanelorn Chieftain

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    The Assad-class corvette were originally built for Iraq during the Iran–Iraq War, by Fincantieri in Italy. Six ships were ordered in 1981and were completed just before Operation Desert Storm, and were never delivered because of the UN arms embargo. Four of the six ships were sold to the Malaysian Navy as Laksamana-class corvettes in 1995. The two remaining ships were laid up in La Spezia from 1990, but in 2005 it was announced they would be delivered to the New Iraqi Navy. The deal was cancelled due to the condition of the ships upon inspection.

    The Libyan Navy operated four highly effective Wadi 'M Ragh class craft that entered service between 1977 and 1979; one is believed to have been destroyed by US Navy aircraft. All the remaining ships were scrapped in 1993.

    The Malaysians also took 4 MM38 armed Combattante II and 4 Swedish Spica-M into service
     

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  3. Patine

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    @Tanelorn

    So, when are you creating the Global Naval War scenario? :p
     
  4. Tanelorn

    Tanelorn Chieftain

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    Me... actually finishing a scenario? Probably never, honestly. :mischief:
    I d'rather stick to drawing stuff I like. :smoke:

    Shershen &. P6 Bolshevik torpedo boats and another try at a Lutjens destroyer next
     
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  5. Tanelorn

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    The 14 US navy's Ohio class nuclear balistic missle submarines cary half of the states nuclear warhead arsenal at any time in 24 Trident IIs. Another 4 that originally carried Trident Is were modified post cold war to carry up to 154 Tomahawk cruise missles each. This is the USNs largest sub.
     

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