What do you think of the first two pieces that entered the service in the Italian Navy? I think it will be the share of Egypt, a quick receiptSome nice MEKO A200 pics Al Azziz #904.
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Nice shot of EN Ka-52 NC.
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EN Special Forces. You don't want to be on the beach when these guys show up!
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Hard to know if they're thinking of replacing the 8 or 10 Seasprite dedicated ASW helicopter. I'm sure it's up to the task and then some with some pretty decent upgradable packages for dropped sonar tubes and other items that with all the new all-purpose ships that the ENS is purchasing, I would think they might need to upgrade these as well since I think they've been around for a long time, since maybe the early 1990's? I could be wrong and they are US built helos so I'm not sure they would upgrade them to a level that would be satisfactory to Egypt which would want to know where all submarines are, not just the non-Israeli ones.
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And these two will soon InshaAllah have another pair to join them making a total of 4 Bergamini FREMM Frigates which I would've hoped it would've been the other way around, get 4 MEKO and 6 of these bad boys!
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Perhaps the EN saw something special that is lacking in the Bergamini (most likely pricewise and also the unique propulsion system that when they use the center propeller shaft with the single diesel engine helps create a very low usage of fuel as opposed to these huge Bergamini monsters lol! But those monsters look great, but the bottom line is always not the looks, but the capabilities and the great technology.
But seeing this ship next to the Gowind in the last set of pics we saw when it was making its entrance into the Alexandria docking yard and seeing them side by side, I can't help but notice that they might be long ships, but the Gowind appears to be larger as a corvette should be smaller in the sense that it is a corvette and the MEKO is considered a frigate which should be larger but doesn't seem to be the case. We'll have to at least check the displacement numbers and see where they stand.
But what a beauty and knowing it was referred to by an international naval news outlet as one of the most modern frigates as well as one of the stealthiest out there. If that truly is the case, they should load up on these as much as they can afford.
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Looks like it has the easiest way of tying up to tow/tug it.
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I opened the thread, because I think that the military cooperation between these countries proves in the field that their alliance is strong and solid.
The fact that some members started the insults really leaves me indifferent. There are administrators and moderators to keep things in order.
I'll start with this, having read the rest of course. I'm not at all afraid of online confrontation, but I consider it a waste of time to argue with someone who swears, who insults, who trolls and has no arguments.Who has some good new pics of EAF of EB or EGY Armor. Let's go. men, Joker I know you have many you're just afraid to post them and I can understand why. It's too bad.
It will cost 1 billion $ per aircraft hahaha
What do you think of the first two pieces that entered the service in the Italian Navy? I think it will be the share of Egypt, a quick receipt
Because Ambassador MK.III is our own design and it was the USA who build it for us (I think we have 4 of them). If Alexandria Shipyard could build them locally, which now we have the capabilities to do it, then maybe we will sell them for you in case you contract them.@Gomig-21 I don't understand why Greece hasn't bought any Ambassador Mk.III ships. If we had bought 3 of them,we could have replaced 3 Combattant ships. Actually,they're even better. They're like corvettes.
If we end up buying Gowind HN,we could have a common ship for exercises
What I see is that the Egyptian Navy is being acknowledged as a major power in the Mediterranean by more and more countries. Its strength and size make it impossible for the region from Spain to the Gulf of Aden,to ignore it.
We should have bought some of those. Definetely.Because Ambassador MK.III is our own design and it was the USA who build it for us (I think we have 4 of them). If Alexandria Shipyard could build them locally, which now we have the capabilities to do it, then maybe we will sell them for you in case you contract them.