Osprey-class coastal minehunters are designed to find, classify, and destroy moored and bottom naval mines from vital waterways. They use sonar and video systems, cable cutters and a mine detonating device that can be released and detonated by remote control. Osprey class are the world's second largest minehunters (surpassed by the Royal Navy's 60-metre (200 ft) Hunt class minehunters) to be constructed entirely of fiberglass and designed to survive the shock of underwater explosions. Their primary mission is reconnaissance, classification, and neutralization of all types of moored and bottom mines in littoral areas, harbors and coastal waterways.
UitgeverProteus Valère Kresten
Osprey Class Minehunter
Coastal Minehunter, Avondale Shipyard
Proteus Valère Kresten
Bezorgdatum:tussen dinsdag, 16. juni en donderdag, 18. juni