Going To Falklands ?

Discussion in 'Submariners' started by adrian9901, Feb 4, 2012.

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  1. It's only news if we read that ALL of our Submarines have gone there! It's a non-story
     
  2. If it was in the sun, it must be true.probabaly hacked into ther vlf comms as we speak..:slow:
     
  3. This story is also covered by the Daily Mail.
     
  4. Sorry but that's no good either - Finks will never believe such sources until the Boat returns with a couple more symbols on her Jolly Roger...:-|
     
  5. Fixed that for you!
     
  6. It doesn't matter whether it is true or not as long as the Argies think it might be.
     
  7. Love to see this real expensive Dauntless Destroyer get a green grenade from an Argentine diesel boat cause sonar wise it f---- useless
     
  8. Seeing as Argentina are down to their last Fray Bentos tin of beef, are their Latin American allies able to side militarily with them? Just a thought.
     
  9. He must be the only "expert" who believes Argentina have the ability to even get an SSK to sea, let alone have one with a serviceable SSE.
     
  10. janner

    janner War Hero Book Reviewer

    Sea Fleet

    The surface fleet of the Argentine Navy is under the command of the Sea Fleet Command . The maintenance of the ships is made at Tandanor and Rio Santiago shipyards and in the main naval base Puerto Belgrano.
    Combat ships

    Destroyers (DDG)
    Almirante Brown-class (MEKO 360)
    * ARA Almirante Brown (D-10)
    * ARA La Argentina (D-11)
    * ARA Heroina (D-12)
    * ARA Sarandi (D-13)
    Hercules-class (Type 42 destroyers)
    * ARA Santisima Trinidad (D-2) - in reserve
    Frigates (classified by the Argentine Navy as "corvettes")
    Espora -class (MEKO 140)
    * ARA Espora (P-41)
    * ARA Rosales (P-42)
    * ARA Spiro (P-43)
    * ARA Parker (P-44)
    * ARA Robinson (P-45)
    * ARA Gomez Roca (P-46)
    Drummond -class (D'Estienne d'Orves class)
    * ARA Drummond (P-31)
    * ARA Guerrico (P-32)
    * ARA Granville (P-33)
    Large Patrol Vessels
    Murature -class
    * ARA Murature (P-20)
    * ARA King (P-21)
    Fast Attack Craft
    Intrepida -class
    * ARA Intrepida (P-85)
    * ARA Indomita (P-86)
    Patrol Boats
    Baradero -class
    * ARA Baradero (P-61)
    * ARA Barranqueras (P-62)
    * ARA Clorinda (P-63)
    * ARA Concepcion del Uruguay (P-64)
    Support ships

    Supply ship (AOR)
    ARA Patagonia (B-1)
    Amphibious Command Ship (LCC)
    ARA Hercules (B-52) - formerly a Type 42 destroyer, reconverted to fast Marine transport and command vessel.
    Amphibious Assault Vessel (LKA)
    ARA Bahia San Blas (B-4)
    Icebreaker (AGOS)
    ARA Almirante Irizar (Q-5)
    Oceanographic Ship
    ARA Puerto Deseado (Q-20)
    Auxiliary Ships' ARA Teniente Olivieri(A-2)
    ARA
    Comandante General Irigoyen(A-1)
    ARA
    Francisco de Gurruchaga(A-3)
    ARA
    Suboficial Castillo(A-6)
    ARA
    Alferez Sobral(A-9)
    ARA
    Ciudad de Zarate(Q-61)
    ARA
    Ciudad de Rosario(Q-62)
    ARA
    Punta Alta(Q-63)
    School Ship
    ARA
    Libertad(Q-2)
    Submarine Force

    The COFS consists of the following submarines:
    Santa Cruz-class (TR-1700) * ARA Santa Cruz (S-41)
    * ARA
    San Juan (S-42)
    Salta-class (Type 209) * ARA Salta (S-31)
    1 Tactical Divers Group (
    Buzos Tacticos'')
    1 Rescue Ship
    1 Patrol Boat


    The two TR1700 class boats are new since the Falklands, built in Germany 1984/1985, they look to have a reasonable capability, very fast re load time for torpedoes. Argentinia have two more on the stocks which are reported as 70 and 30 per cent complete with building suspended
     
    Last edited: Feb 5, 2012
  11. Have you seen the price of corned beef nowadays ???
    Its nigh on a luxury item now.
     

  12. It is for the best that we don't know everything, surely this is just speculation on the part of the arse -wipes.
     
  13. They had the T42's last time they had a go ... trouble was the couldn't get spares so they were fcuked alongside the wall which by Janners list looks to be still the case ... in reserve = fcuked! Either that or they've canniballed one to get the other one going as a LLC.

    As for a Sub going down South ... they'll never know will they .... till its too late! :-D
     
  14. As long as the Argentine boats can launch a red grenade, that's all they'll need.
     

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