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Sep 4 16 7:52 PM
reiverman wrote:eldritch wrote:O'h dear, there is always one that gets sucked in. LOL.I appreciate it was meant to be funny and satirical, but it wasn't. It was just shite.
eldritch wrote:O'h dear, there is always one that gets sucked in. LOL.
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Oct 13 16 3:04 PM
When HMS TYNE, HMS SEVERN and HMS MERSEY were purchased in September 2012 they had a remaining service life of 11 years. ***
So that's why they can't be kept?
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bager1968 wrote:Like the RAN's Armidale class OPVs, which are in line for a hull refurbishment ("structural remediation") as they have passed the end of their originally-designed 15-year hull life (they were commissioned from June 2005 to February 2008), and their hulls are starting to show signs of falling apart.
Oct 18 16 3:41 AM
medsailor wrote:There is widespread recognition that the Armidales are on the ropes due to a poor design which hasn't stood the test of time and the selection of aluminium for the hull which has resulted in fatigue cracking rarely seen in steel hulls of the same size.
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