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Marinha da Coreia do Sul
« em: Julho 05, 2005, 11:52:59 pm »
Navy Unveils 13,000-Ton Landing Ship  
 
 
(Source: Korea Overseas Information Service; issued July 4, 2005)
 
 
 South Korea will launch a 13,000-ton-class large-deck landing ship on July 12 in a naval force improvement program, the Navy said Monday (July 4).  
 
The amphibious ship, called LPX, was unveiled at a shipyard of Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction Co. in Busan, about 320 kilometers southeast of Seoul, on Monday. This is the first of the two LPXs the Navy plans to develop by 2010, an official said.  
 
The landing ship can carry 700 troops, 10 CH-60 helicopters, seven amphibious vehicles, six tanks and two small landing boats, the official said.  
 
The 200-meter-long and 31-meter-wide ship can sail at the maximum speed of 43 knots per hour, he added.  
 
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« Responder #1 em: Julho 13, 2005, 01:18:58 pm »
Navy's Landing Ship Dokdo Ham Launched
 
 
(Source: Korean Overseas Information Service; issued July 12, 2005)
 
 
 President Roh Moo-hyun attended a ceremony for the launching of a 13,000-ton class multipurpose ship serving as a light aircraft carrier in Busan Tuesday (July 12).  
 
"I hope the launch of the naval vessel 'Dokdo Ham' will serve as an epochal moment for the development of our navy," Roh said in a ceremony to launch the vessel at the shipyard of Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction.  
 
"The vessel is a multipurpose transportation vessel capable of controlling air, sea and land operations," he said. The amphibious ship is the first of its kind by the South Korean Navy, which plans to develop another by 2010.  
 
The landing ship is capable of carrying 700 troops, 10 CH-60 helicopters, seven amphibious vehicles, six tanks and two small landing boats.  
 
The 200-meter-long and 31-meter-wide ship, sailing at the maximum speed of 43 knots per hour, will be deployed by the South Korean Navy in 2007 after a trial operation.  
 
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Nota: Será que a velocidade indicada, 43 nós, não estará enganada?
 

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« Responder #2 em: Junho 28, 2007, 03:25:05 pm »


























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A new South Korean high-speed navy patrol boat is ready to be launched at the shipyard of Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Co. in Busan 28 June 2007. The 440-ton vessel with a crew of 40 can sail at a maximum speed of 74 km per hour. The ship is named after Yoon Young-ha, a South Korean solider killed in a bloody 2002 naval clash with North Korea near the disputed border in the Yellow Sea. EPA/STF


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1x Wia 76mm gun

1 x double 40mm Nobong gun

4 x SSM-700K Haesung (sea to sea missle)

570t (full loaded)
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Re: Marinha da Coreia do Sul
« Responder #3 em: Junho 03, 2012, 06:08:10 pm »
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Re: Fotos Internacionais (Armadas/Sistemas de Armas)
« Responder #4 em: Dezembro 21, 2013, 04:46:57 pm »
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Re: Marinha da Coreia do Sul
« Responder #5 em: Abril 16, 2015, 05:50:17 pm »
South Korean Navy SEALS in action

 

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Re: Marinha da Coreia do Sul
« Responder #6 em: Junho 19, 2015, 05:22:11 pm »
United States Approves Sale of 3 AEGIS Ship Sets for Republic of Korea Navy

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Thursday, 11 June 2015 07:03

The U.S. State Department has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Republic of Korea for Aegis Combat Systems and associated equipment, parts and logistical support for an estimated cost of $1.91 billion. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale today.

The Republic of Korea (ROK) has requested a possible sale of 3 Aegis Shipboard Combat Systems, 3 MK-41 Vertical Launching Systems, 3 Common Data Link Management Systems, 3 AN/UPX-29(V) Identification Friend or Foe Interrogators, spare and repair parts, support equipment, publications and technical documentation, personnel training and training equipment, tool and test equipment, U.S. Government and contractor technical, engineering, and logistics support services, and other related elements of logistics support.

The total estimated cost is $1.91 billion.

This proposed sale will contribute to the foreign policy and national security objectives of the United States by meeting the legitimate security and defense needs of an ally and partner nation. The ROK is one of the major political and economic powers in East Asia and the Western Pacific and a key partner of the United States in ensuring peace and stability in that region. It is vital to the U.S. interest to assist our Korean ally in developing and maintaining a strong and ready self-defense capability.

The Aegis Combat System will provide enhanced capabilities on the ROK’s naval ships to defend against possible aggression and protect sea lines of communications. Aegis is the keystone in the ROK Navy’s efforts to upgrade its shipboard combat and ballistic missile defense capability. The ROK will have no difficulty integrating this system into its armed forces.

The proposed sale of this equipment and support will not alter the basic military balance in the region.

The principal contractors will be Lockheed Martin Maritime Systems and Training in Morristown, New Jersey; Raytheon Company in Andover, Massachusetts; General Dynamics Armament Systems in Burlington, Vermont. Although offsets are requested, they are unknown this time and will be determined during negotiations between the ROK and contractors.

Implementation of this proposal sale will not require any additional U.S. government or U.S. contractor personnel in Korea. However, U.S. Government or contractor personnel in-country visits will be required on a temporary basis in conjunction with program technical oversight and support requirements for approximately five years.

http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2816

 

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Re: Marinha da Coreia do Sul
« Responder #7 em: Agosto 26, 2015, 08:36:36 pm »
http://www.janes.com/article/53775/dsme-selected-to-design-new-south-korean-submarine-rescue-ship
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DSME has been selected to design a 6,300-tonne submarine rescue ship for the South Korean navy
South Korea is seeking a larger vessel as it develops the larger KSS-III submarine
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) of South Korea is to design a new 6,300-tonne submarine rescue ship that is planned for delivery to the Republic of Korea Navy (RoKN) in 2021, a company representative told IHS Jane's on 21 August.

The company was selected on 13 August as the sole preferred bidder for the basic design phase for the ship. The vessel is referred to as the ASR-II.

The RoKN currently operates a multipurpose submarine rescue ship, the 102 m, 4,300-tonne vessel RoKS Cheong Hae Jin (pennant number 21, commissioned in November 1996). It also operates a single 107 m, 3,500-tonne, helicopter-capable multipurpose salvage ship, RoKS Tongyeong , which is designed to meet the submarine rescue role. Both ships were built by DSME. The service is also expecting the delivery of another vessel of similar type to Tongyeong .

With the impending operation of larger submarines, such as the 3,000-tonne KSS-III diesel-electric boats (SSKs) that are due for delivery from 2020, the RoKN has begun to look for a rescue platform with improved capacity. A preliminary description of the ASR-II suggests that, unlike the other vessels, it will be a dedicated submarine rescue platform.


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Re: Marinha da Coreia do Sul
« Responder #8 em: Junho 07, 2016, 07:42:42 pm »
DSME launches South Korea's first FFX-II frigate

Ridzwan Rahmat, Singapore - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
07 June 2016



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South Korea has launched its first FFX-II guided-missile frigate
Platform is on track to be commissioned by the end of 2018
South Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) has launched the country's first FFX-II platform, the company confirmed with IHS Jane's on 7 June.

The ship, which has been named Daegu with pennant number 818, was launched on 2 June at the company's shipyard in Okpo. The FFX-II platform is a larger variant of the Incheon (FFX-I)-class ships that are in service with the Republic of Korea Navy (RoKN).

According to specifications provided by DSME, the platform features an overall length of 122 m and an overall beam of 14 m. The ship has a standard displacement of 2,800 tonnes and a full load displacement of 3,600 tonnes. Powered by one Rolls-Royce MT30 turbine engine and four diesel generators in a combined diesel-electric or gas configuration, the ship can attain a maximum speed of 30 kt, the company said.

The FFX-II platform is armed with one 127 mm Mk 45 Mod 4 naval gun and one aft-facing, six-barrelled, 20 mm Raytheon Phalanx close-in weapon system. The ship has also been equipped with a 16-cell Korean vertical launching system for defence against aerial threats and six 324 mm torpedo tubes for submarine prosecution.

The ship can accommodate a crew of 120 and one medium helicopter on its flight deck.

Daegu is scheduled for delivery to the RoKN in late 2017 and expected to be commissioned in late 2018, DSME said. A contract for a second vessel in the class is expected to be issued by the South Korean government this year.

http://www.janes.com/article/61012/dsme-launches-south-korea-s-first-ffx-ii-frigate
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Re: Marinha da Coreia do Sul
« Responder #9 em: Setembro 09, 2017, 02:20:38 pm »
http://www.janes.com/article/73610/south-korea-launches-ninth-and-final-kss-2-attack-submarine
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South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) has launched the Republic of Korea Navy's (RoKN's) ninth KSS-2-class (Type 214) diesel-electric attack submarine.

The 1,800-tonne Sin Dol-Seok was launched on 7 September in a ceremony held at the HHI shipyard in Ulsan, according to an RoKN statement. The boat, which was laid down in 2014, is set to be the last of the class, which has an overall length of 65 m and an overall beam of 6.3 m, according to Jane's World Navies .

The RoKN currently operates five of the nine boats of the class, which feature air-independent propulsion systems.

Sin Dol-Seok is the sixth KSS-2 boat manufactured by HHI. Another South Korean company, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME), launched the other three submarines of the class.

The KSS-2 class is powered by two MTU diesel engines and Siemens polymer electrolytic membrane fuel cells that allow it to remain submerged for up to two weeks at a time.

Each submarine can carry a crew of 40, reach depths of up to 400 m, and has a maximum speed underwater of 20 kts and 12 kts when surfaced. The platforms are equipped with bow-mounted, flank, and towed-array sonar systems.


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Re: Marinha da Coreia do Sul
« Responder #10 em: Novembro 13, 2017, 10:27:40 am »
Enquanto isso na Coreia do Sul...  ::) :P http://www.janes.com/article/75387/south-korea-launches-fourth-and-final-lst-2-tank-landing-ship
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South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) launched on 2 November the fourth and final LST-2 tank landing ship for the Republic of Korea Navy (RoKN) at its Ulsan dockyard, the company said in a press statement.

The 127 m-long vessel, which has been named Nojeokbong (with pennant number 689), will be delivered to the service in November next year and commissioned in 2019, according to HHI.

The third of the class, Ilchulbong , was launched in October 2016 and is expected to be commissioned in 2018. The first two ships of the class, Cheonwangbong and Cheonjabong , entered service with the RoKN in November 2014 and August 2017, respectively.

According to specifications provided by HHI, the class has a standard displacement of 4,900 tonnes and a crew of 120.

Each of the vessels can carry landing craft, tanks, Korea amphibious assault vehicles, and up to 300 fully-equipped soldiers, and features a flight deck that can take up to two helicopters, including the UH-60A.



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Re: Marinha da Coreia do Sul
« Responder #11 em: Janeiro 19, 2018, 10:29:28 am »
South Korea receives seventh KSS-II submarine Hong Beom-do


Son Won-Il-class submarine Hong Beom-do at sea. Photo: DAPA

The Republic of Korea Navy received its seventh Type 214 submarine ‘Hong Beom-do’ in a ceremony held at the Hyundai Heavy Industries shipyard in Ulsan on January 19.
The ROK Navy received the submarine less than two years after it was launched in March 2016.
The submarine is named after an independence fighter during the colonial rule of Japan in the 1900s and belongs to the second batch of Republic of Korea Navy submarines, referred to as KSS-II or Son Won-Il-class.
Hong Beom-do and sister boats are the Korean version of the Type 214 submarine developed by German ship-builder Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft, a subsidiary of ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems.
The submarines are equipped with long-range submarine-to-ground cruise missiles, torpedoes and mines featuring an automatic simultaneous target tracking system and a torpedo guidance and detection system.

ROK Navy will operate a total of nine 65.3-meter submarines built by Hyundai Heavy Industries and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering. The KSS-II submarines are South Korea’s first air-independent submarines with a displacement of 1.800 tonnes and a crew of 40.

The ninth and final submarine in the batch – Shin Dol-Seok – was launched at the Hyundai Heavy Industries shipyard in Ulsan on September 7.

 

South Korean attack submarine program

Once the South Korean attack submarine program is complete, the nation will operate up to 27 submarines built through three phases.

The first phase, KSS-I or Chang Bogo-class as the lead vessel is named, was completed with all nine submarines in operational status. The KSS-I submarines are based on the Type 209 design from German Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft GmbH.

The second batch of submarines, the KSS-II, are nearing completion with the final boat expected to become operational in 2019.

KSS-III, the third and final batch of submarines, have also started construction. In May 2016, DSME and ROK Navy laid the keel for the first 3,000-tonne submarine at DSME’s Okpo shipyard on Geoje Island.

The second batch of three KSS III submarines will be built by Heavy Industries who started construction works on its first, and overall third, KSS III submarine in June 2017.

Up to nine of the indigenously built KSS III diesel-electric attack submarines are planned to be constructed. Measuring 83.5 meters in length, the boats will feature air-independent propulsion and vertical launch tubes capable of firing the new, domestically-designed, Hyunmoo-3C cruise missiles.

https://navaltoday.com/2018/01/19/south-korea-receives-seventh-kss-ii-submarine-hong-beom-do/

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Re: Marinha da Coreia do Sul
« Responder #12 em: Novembro 19, 2018, 05:37:27 pm »
Estes senhores estavam parados hoje na doca do jardim do Tabaco, actual terminal de cruzeiros.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ROKS_Chungmugong_Yi_Sun-sin_(DDH-975)





Tinham uma festa a decorrer no convés de voo do navio com uma banda a tocar. Segundo informações do site do porto de Lisboa este navio e um outro atracado no cais da NATO (aquele que fica entre a Trafaria e Porto Brandão), partem amanhã pelas 10.00am

http://www.portodelisboa.pt/portal/page/portal/PORTAL_PORTO_LISBOA/NAVIOS_PILOTAGEM

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