Admins may or may not choose to remove the comment or block the author. Be nice but probably pie in the sky! If the football falls as chunks, yes these will be very radioactive, but they will be highly localised.What a good idea, Oh wait I’ve been saying that for ages, take the T26 lenghen it by 10-15 meters forward of the bridge and a T45 electronic fit, possibly retaining the T26 sonar suite, anti air, anti ship should be either the 56xMk41 or 56xA-70 in the bows, retaining the T26 midship Sea Ceptor. Rolls-Royce is in the process of building an intercooler-recuperator that will be more reliable and successfully tested the first prototype system in 2017. Displacement (t): 10,000 estimated. Website admin will know that you reported it.

See also [ edit ] Naming conventions for destroyers of the Royal Navy - describing the various conventions used to name destroyer classes of the Royal Navy since 1913.

Admins may or may not choose to remove the comment or block the author. Website admin will know that you reported it. And please don't worry, your report will be anonymous.You can flag a comment by clicking its flag icon. As I said in a earlier post, power requirements for future warpons like rail guns will be much greater, so a larger hull for power generation capacity in that area of midship as well.What on earth are you talking about?Perhaps they could let some water in to make it sit lower.I do not know about waterline issues etc… but power generation for modern weapons must i deed surely be important.Just to clarify the water line issue, I mean that ASW vessels seem to have shallow sterns, most likely to access TSA, which might not be useful to a destroyer because of centre of gravity issues(CoG).The Mast Head height is the key matter. And please don't worry, your report will be anonymous.You can flag a comment by clicking its flag icon. Website admin will know that you reported it. Personally I would try and speed up the T26 build and be able to bring the T4X hulls into service so they operate alongside the existing T45s, but I know this is wishful thinking.

ukdefencejournal.org.uk 169% Civilian so bear with me if I sometimes talk b*ll*cks. Admins may or may not choose to remove the comment or block the author. And please don't worry, your report will be anonymous.You can flag a comment by clicking its flag icon. And please don't worry, your report will be anonymous.You can flag a comment by clicking its flag icon. Admins may or may not choose to remove the comment or block the author. And please don't worry, your report will be anonymous.You can flag a comment by clicking its flag icon. The U.K. fleet’s two new aircraft carriers each could sail in a battlegroup including a Type 23 and a Type 45.Recently having launched both of its new carriers, the Royal Navy has shifted its focus to acquiring new frigates to replace the 1990s-vintage Type 23s. 8 Type 26, 5 Type 31e, 6 Type 45 = 19 – what new build? This is one of the reasons why the Tornado was shot down during the Gulf war. There will be monster power cables though, for the transmitter side of the element. If not then we need a better design or newer technology to defeat the hypersonic missile threat.Ok, I am going to shoot myself down in flames here. In 2017, it emerged that it was considering a number of plans, including severe cuts to the There might be more defense spending trimming still to come as the United Kingdom's economy struggles as the country moves ahead with plans to leave the European Union, also known as the British Exit, or Brexit. And please don't worry, your report will be anonymous.You can flag a comment by clicking its flag icon. And please don't worry, your report will be anonymous.You can flag a comment by clicking its flag icon. It is much lower power than Sampson, SPY-1 or SPY-6thogh and that hurts ECCM. Ie Poland and Turkey, Korea, Japan?So there no anti ICBM defence against to hypersonic warhead?That make a sense for British don’t purses focus ICBM beside anti-ship ballistic missile (ASBM) so aster 30 block 2 can do this job?Sm-3 is should able cos they reach much long range than aster 30 block 2.Is dragonfire laser can solve this problem but what range it can go? And please don't worry, your report will be anonymous.You can flag a comment by clicking its flag icon. With onlyYes, NSM can be canister launched. It was only supposed to occur primarily in operations in extremely warm climates and even then only produce problems gradually, giving the crew ample time to remediate the problems before a major break down occurred.“The WR-21 gas turbines were designed in extreme hot weather conditions to what we call ‘gracefully degrade’ in their performance, until you get to the point where it goes beyond the temperature at which they would operate,” Royal Navy Admiral Sir Philip Jones, who is First Sea Lord, the United Kingdom’s top naval officer, told members of the country’s parliament Jones defended the design decision by saying that it would have been “poor value-for-money” to buy ships designed to weather any temperature. Either, way, it’s no ‘frigate’ – outside of it’s current ASW designation.Not really. Admins may or may not choose to remove the comment or block the author. If I was to arm the T45 I would choose TLAM due to it’s range it can prepare the ground for air strikesWhat might be better from export POV is an AEGIS Version.

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The radar rotates once every 2 seconds which with the dual antenna faces gives a much better near real-time picture of what is happening around the ship. HMG will have no option, with the worlds newer threats and general rearmament, but to increase its military budget, especially as the UK looks away from the EU towards the “Five Eyes” Alliance which will require it to cover more of the globe as a truer Blue Water Navy it used to be up to the 1990’s cuts. Website admin will know that you reported it. And please don't worry, your report will be anonymous.You can flag a comment by clicking its flag icon. Admins may or may not choose to remove the comment or block the author.