The Main-Armament Level Of Warships Entering Service


Jura

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Jun 8, 2019
it appears the Gowinds will be acquired by the United Arab Emirates, too; I assume it's two hulls (I mean price without armament) for 750m euros:
Emirats Arabes Unis : et un nouveau contrat important à l'export pour Naval Group

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I'd expect something like an additional half of billion euros for MICAs, Exocets, torps, guns
and most recently the Gowinds have been chosen by Romania which got what sounds like a good deal:
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Jura

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the Navy that used to be far the strongest in the World for 100+ years is now considering these tin cans to be its "frigates", plus that Navy, that used to be far the strongest in the World for 100+ years, likely won't have money for a serious VLS on these tin cans which are to be its "frigates"
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July 5, 2019
In focus – the Arrowhead 140 Type 31e frigate candidate
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as I can see, Empires come and go
 

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The Italian Navy’s Strategic Planning and Fleet Composition Until 2034
when I'll looking forward to the retirement I guess LOL

the de la Pennes replacement should be of interest:

Future DDX concept
 

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The Italian Navy’s Strategic Planning and Fleet Composition Until 2034
when I'll looking forward to the retirement I guess LOL

the de la Pennes replacement should be of interest:
I was informed in the other thread
#44 TheNavigator, Thursday at 1:12 PM
about this fanart
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had it been real, it would've meant a poorly armed warship (apparently 6*8 VLS cells and 2*4 Teseo tubes, in about 10k-displacing hull)
 

Jura

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May 10, 2019
LOL noticed some headline about MKS180 earlier this week, but thought those would be corvettes, and wasn't interested ... in fact though "The naval architects calculated a length of around 155 meters for the MKS and a displacement of up to 9,000 tons."
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this is probably the headline I saw:
Contenders invited to submit final bids for Germany’s MKS180 project
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now Russians say (
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has recently submitted its final bid for the MKS 180

MKS 180 program : the master stroke of German Naval Yards
 

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Jul 7, 2018
anyway
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The Finnish Navy US$1.2 billion Pohjanmaa-class
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program is being delayed due to protracted contract negotiations, Major General Lauri Puranen revealed

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now
Finnish Navy Pohjanmaa-Class Corvette Program back on track
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Artist impression of the future Pohjanmaa-class-corvette.
properly armed with 8+8=16 tubes in about 1500 t displacing hull Feb 6, 2018
the square represents 1.0 k-displacing Project 21631 (so called Buyan-M with eight so called Kalibrs: if you want to nitpick or don't know what I talk about, please skip reading this); 8 tubes in total

the circle symbol represents 2.5 k-displacing Project 20385 (8 Kalibrs, 16 cells of so called Redut: again, don't nitpick!); 24 tubes in total

the upward-pointing triangle symbol represents 3.6 k-displacing Incheon-II (8 Korean AShMs, 16 cells Korean VLS); 24 tubes in total

the downward-pointing triangle symbol represents 4.0 k-displacing Project 11356 (8 Kalibrs, 24 cells of so called Shtil: again, don't nitpick!); 32 tubes in total

the diamond symbol represents 4.1 k-displacing Type 054A (32 cells VLS; 8xC-803); 40 tubes in total

the left-pointing triangle symbol represents 5.4 k-displacing Project 22350 (16 Kalibrs, 32 cells of Redut: don't start nitpicking here); 48 tubes in total

the right-pointing triangle symbol represents 5.5 k-displacing KDX-II (32 cells of Mk 41 VLS, 32 cells of Korean VLS, 8 Korean AShMs); 72 tubes in total

the hexagon symbol represents 7.5 k-displacing Type 052D (64 cells VLS); 64 tubes in total

the star symbols represents 11.0 k-displacing KDX-III (80 cells of Mk 41 VLS, 32 cells of Korean VLS, 16 Korean AShMs); 144 tubes in total

and finally, the pentagon (sorry! LOL) symbol represents 12 k-displacing Type 055 with 112 cells VLS, 112 tubes in total


as you can see below, these ships MORE OR LESS follow the trend of ten tubes per one thousand metric tons of full displacement; they're WARSHIPS

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