Newest Intelligence Ship TCG UFUK (A-591) Joins Turkish Naval Forces
The Turkish Navy commissioned latest intelligence ship TCG UFUK (A-591), which is recognized as a “check and coaching ship” by Turkish officers. Testing actions of the Take a look at and Coaching Ship TCG Ufuk have been accomplished, and the ultimate acceptance section has begun. Throughout the scope of the challenge, acceptance check actions of the programs had been carried out. Mission Programs; Manufacturing unit Acceptance Take a look at (FAT), Harbour Acceptance Take a look at (HAT) and Sea Acceptance Take a look at (SAT) actions had been carried out. LINE and SAT actions of Ship Programs had been accomplished. Now the TCG Ufuk ship is counting the times for the ultimate acceptance.
TCG Ufuk (A-591), designed utilizing the hull type of MILGEM Ada Class Corvette, can navigate for 45 days with out interruption in harsh climatic and marine circumstances. TCG UFUK which would be the first intelligence ship in Turkey, is projected to be delivered to the Turkish Naval Forces Command in 2020 with 99.5 meters of general size, 14.4 meters of most width, 2,400 tons of displacement and three.6 meters of draft, and the required platform for a 10-ton helicopter. STM and Turkish electrical firm ISBIR inked a contract for 4 units of 750 kVA turbines to be utilized aboard the ship on Could 15, 2017. Aselsan is liable for the ship’s mission programs.
Turkey didn’t maintain a commissioning ceremony for TCG UFUK, however STM Defence, the ship’s main contractor. With the contract signed between the Presidency of the Republic of Turkey Presidency of Defence Industries and STM Defence on December 30, 2016, the primary works on the Take a look at and Coaching Ship challenge, of which we’re the primary contractor, had been began in Could 2017. After the completion of the development course of within the Istanbul Naval Shipyard, TCG Ufuk (A-591) was launched with a ceremony held on February 9, 2019. The ship is predicted to serve within the Aegean Sea and the jap Mediterranean Sea.
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