Valutazione discussione:
  • 0 voto(i) - 0 media
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
La Marina dela Repubblica di Corea (Daehanminguk Haegun - ROK Navy)
Dan Cooper Offline
Posting Freak
*****

Messaggi: 6.819
Discussioni: 35
Registrato: May 2017
#17
RE: La Marina dela Repubblica di Corea (Daehanminguk Haegun - ROK Navy)
L'8 marzo scorso, la società sudcoreana Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) ha siglato un accordo formale per l'acquisizione di un'altra importante società di costruzioni navali sudcoreane, la Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME); grazie a questo accordo nasce la più grande società di cantieristica navale a livello mondiale, che rappresenterà circa il 20% del mercato mondiale delle costruzioni commerciali (delle quali oltre il 50% del mercato delle LPG Tankers).

La nuova società sarà anche il più grande costruttore di navi da guerra per la marina sudcoreana e, a quanto pare, in futuro diventerà anche uno dei principali attori nel mercato mondiale delle costruzioni navali militari.

[Immagine: sir-ivor500.jpg]

(fonte)
(Questo messaggio è stato modificato l'ultima volta il: 10-03-2019, 11:55 PM da Dan Cooper.)
10-03-2019, 11:53 PM
Cerca Cita messaggio
Dan Cooper Offline
Posting Freak
*****

Messaggi: 6.819
Discussioni: 35
Registrato: May 2017
#18
RE: La Marina dela Repubblica di Corea (Daehanminguk Haegun - ROK Navy)
South Korea making the transition to a Blue Water Navy

Citazione:With the renewed threat from North Korea and the rising challenges of an assertive China, South Korea has initiated a range of naval, air and land acquisition programs that will support the Republic of Korea’s transition towards developing a robust, deployable, conventional power projection and deterrence focused force. Through its new naval programme, the ROK Navy looks forward to transitioning toward a Blue Water Navy.

Developing a Blue Water Navy has been a major focus of South Korea's response to the mounting capabilities of its rival North Korea and to China's continued assertiveness in the South and East China Seas. Due to the threat brought by such power projection, South Korea also needs to strengthen its military capabilities, especially by projecting its own power outside its borders, protecting South Korea's interests in the whole Asian Region. 

The centrepiece of Korea's transition towards a Blue Water force is the Dokdo-Class vessels, which are slightly smaller than the Royal Australian Navy's Canberra Class amphibious warfare ships – however, unlike HMA Ships Canberra and Adelaide, Korea is actively pursuing the acquisition and introduction of F-35B Joint Strike Fighters to provide an integrated fleet air defence and maritime strike capabilities.

While the Dokdo vessels serve as the flagship in Korea's Navy restructuration, Korea also recently announced plans for three additional 7,600-tonne Block II Seejong the Great-Class Aegis guided missile destroyers worth a total of US$ 3.3 billion, to be completed by 2028. These vessels are expected to serve part of Korea's broader integrated air and missile defence capabilities with a secondary focus on anti-surface and land attack capabilities. Still seeking to develop its missile defence capabilities, South Korea plans to broaden the design and extend the capabilities of the nation's destroyer fleet with the planned introduction of six evolved KDX-IIA Aegis powered destroyers, supported by a fleet of advanced guided missile frigates...

[Immagine: South_Korea_making_the_transition_to_a_B...r_Navy.jpg]
07-05-2019, 01:16 AM
Cerca Cita messaggio
Dan Cooper Offline
Posting Freak
*****

Messaggi: 6.819
Discussioni: 35
Registrato: May 2017
#19
RE: La Marina dela Repubblica di Corea (Daehanminguk Haegun - ROK Navy)
South Korea’s second Dokdo-class helicopter carrier begins sea trials

Citazione:- South Korea has begun sea trials for its second Dokdo-class helicopter carrier
- The amphibious vessel is on track to be delivered by end-2020

The Republic of Korea Navy's (RoKN's) second Dokdo-class helicopter carrier, which will be known in service as ROKS Marado (6112) once commissioned, has begun its first sea trials.
The vessel, which was ceremonially launched in May 2018, began its sea trials on 20 May, an industry source closer to the matter has confirmed with Jane's .
Marado is a 199 m long landing platform helicopter (LPH) ship that has been constructed by South Korean shipbuilder Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction (HHIC). The ship displaces 14,500 tonnes and features a 'through-deck' flight operations area with five landing spots.
It has carrying capacity for up to 10 UH-60 helicopters, about 700 embarked troops, and 10 main battle tanks (MBTs) and associated support vehicles. These troops and vehicles can be delivered on-shore via two landing craft air cushions (LCACs) from its stern well deck.
While similar to its first-of-class sister ship, RoKS Dokdo (6111), in terms of platform design, Marado has been fitted with a different suite of sensors and weapons. These differences include the ELM-2248 (MF-STAR) multifunction surveillance radar from Israeli defence firm ELTA Systems in place of the SMART-L multibeam radar from Thales.
South Korea has also selected the SPS-550K three-dimensional air and surface surveillance radar from local company LIG Nex1, in place of the Thales MW08 surveillance radar found on the first-of-class.

[Immagine: 40182815210_1bbf8fefd1_b.jpg]   PER INGRANDIRE
22-05-2019, 12:00 PM
Cerca Cita messaggio
Giarabub Offline
Member
***

Messaggi: 249
Discussioni: 0
Registrato: Jan 2019
#20
RE: La Marina dela Repubblica di Corea (Daehanminguk Haegun - ROK Navy)
https://www.instagram.com/p/Bx1vvVkJcn6/...zbanyvv2me
Altro povero ragazzo morto durante le fasi di ormeggio per rizza/cima spezzata
24-05-2019, 06:09 PM
Cerca Cita messaggio


Vai al forum:


Utenti che stanno guardando questa discussione: 1 Ospite(i)