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  • #56
    Como saben, después de la última revisión de la defensa de Reino Unido darán de baja dos Type-23, una muerta desde 2019 sin LIFEX que es la HMS Monmouth que parece será donante de partes para sus hermanas y la viva HMS Montrose, que recibió LIFEX-upgrade (CAMM, ARTISAN) y que está cumpliendo servicios en medio oriente (Bahrein), teniendo agendado su retorno y ahora su baja en 2022.

    Summary of progress, November 2020
    Frigate PGMU status LIFEX refit
    start
    LIFEX refit
    end
    Out of
    service date
    Service remaining (yrs)
    HMS Westminster 2014 Jan 2017 2028 8
    HMS Argyll Jun 2015 Feb 2017 2023 3
    HMS Montrose ? 2015 July 2017 2027 (ahora 2022) 7
    HMS Northumberland May 2016 May 2018 2029 9
    HMS Kent Jan 2017 Aug 2018 2033 13
    HMS Lancaster Mar 2017 Dec 2019 2024 4
    HMS Richmond Aug 2017 Feb 2020 2030 10
    HMS Portland Feb 2018 Mar 2021 2034 14
    HMS Somerset Nov 2018 2021 2031 11
    HMS Iron Duke Mid 2019 2022? 2025 5
    HMS St Albans Mid 2019 2022? 2035 15
    HMS Sutherland Dec 2020 2023? 2032 12
    HMS Monmonth ? ? 2026 6
    (Red – PGMU not planned. Amber – PGMU planned but not done during LIFEX refit. Green – PGMU done or happening during LIFEX refit)

    Assuming that the frigates are very unlikely to be run-on beyond their planned out of service dates, it becomes apparent that the expense of upgrading the engines of 3 more vessels is questionable value for money. HMS Montrose is doing a sterling job forward-deployed in the Arabian Gulf but is not scheduled to return to the UK until 2022. Even if the engine change was completed in under a year, she would emerge with just 4 years or so left before decommissioning. HMS Iron Duke is currently having her LIFEX and was in a particularly poor material state before it began which may extend the time required. If her refit is completed sometime in 2022 she will have just 3 years left to serve.

    There is now some doubt that HMS Monmouth will have LIFEX refit at all and maybe decommissioned prematurely. She has been alongside in Devonport since March 2019, officially she is described as a Fleet Time (FT) unit in Long Readiness (LR). Stripped of her weapons and sensors, the majority of systems are dormant except those required to maintain a habitable environment for watchkeeping and maintenance. She retains a very small duty watch and is occasionally used as static damage control and fire-fighting training platform for crews preparing to take over forward-deployed ships. Due out of service in 2026, she could not be made seaworthy without a LIFEX refit and considerable investment. No decision has been announced but, even before the pressures of the pending defence review, HMS Monmouth looks unlikely ever to go to sea again.

    https://www.navylookout.com/progress...e-23-frigates/


    Asi que si la fragata está en buenas condiciones, mis fichas van a que la F-236 Montrose (GP) se estaría convirtiendo a finales del proximo año o principios del subsiguiente en la próxima FF-19 Almirante Williams.

    https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/our-org...3/hms-montrose


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    • #57
      Originalmente publicado por HernanSCL Ver Mensaje
      Como saben, después de la última revisión de la defensa de Reino Unido darán de baja dos Type-23, una muerta desde 2019 sin LIFEX que es la HMS Monmouth que parece será donante de partes para sus hermanas y la viva HMS Montrose, que recibió LIFEX-upgrade (CAMM, ARTISAN) y que está cumpliendo servicios en medio oriente (Bahrein), teniendo agendado su retorno y ahora su baja en 2022.

      Summary of progress, November 2020
      Frigate PGMU status LIFEX refit
      start
      LIFEX refit
      end
      Out of
      service date
      Service remaining (yrs)
      HMS Westminster 2014 Jan 2017 2028 8
      HMS Argyll Jun 2015 Feb 2017 2023 3
      HMS Montrose ? 2015 July 2017 2027 (ahora 2022) 7
      HMS Northumberland May 2016 May 2018 2029 9
      HMS Kent Jan 2017 Aug 2018 2033 13
      HMS Lancaster Mar 2017 Dec 2019 2024 4
      HMS Richmond Aug 2017 Feb 2020 2030 10
      HMS Portland Feb 2018 Mar 2021 2034 14
      HMS Somerset Nov 2018 2021 2031 11
      HMS Iron Duke Mid 2019 2022? 2025 5
      HMS St Albans Mid 2019 2022? 2035 15
      HMS Sutherland Dec 2020 2023? 2032 12
      HMS Monmonth ? ? 2026 6
      (Red – PGMU not planned. Amber – PGMU planned but not done during LIFEX refit. Green – PGMU done or happening during LIFEX refit)

      Assuming that the frigates are very unlikely to be run-on beyond their planned out of service dates, it becomes apparent that the expense of upgrading the engines of 3 more vessels is questionable value for money. HMS Montrose is doing a sterling job forward-deployed in the Arabian Gulf but is not scheduled to return to the UK until 2022. Even if the engine change was completed in under a year, she would emerge with just 4 years or so left before decommissioning. HMS Iron Duke is currently having her LIFEX and was in a particularly poor material state before it began which may extend the time required. If her refit is completed sometime in 2022 she will have just 3 years left to serve.

      There is now some doubt that HMS Monmouth will have LIFEX refit at all and maybe decommissioned prematurely. She has been alongside in Devonport since March 2019, officially she is described as a Fleet Time (FT) unit in Long Readiness (LR). Stripped of her weapons and sensors, the majority of systems are dormant except those required to maintain a habitable environment for watchkeeping and maintenance. She retains a very small duty watch and is occasionally used as static damage control and fire-fighting training platform for crews preparing to take over forward-deployed ships. Due out of service in 2026, she could not be made seaworthy without a LIFEX refit and considerable investment. No decision has been announced but, even before the pressures of the pending defence review, HMS Monmouth looks unlikely ever to go to sea again.

      https://www.navylookout.com/progress...e-23-frigates/


      Asi que si la fragata está en buenas condiciones, mis fichas van a que la F-236 Montrose (GP) se estaría convirtiendo a finales del proximo año o principios del subsiguiente en la próxima FF-19 Almirante Williams.

      https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/our-org...3/hms-montrose


      Saludos
      Estimados


      Dicen, que la Montrose esta molida, asi que dificil que la ACH vaya por ella.-

      Saludos

      Comentario


      • #58
        Originalmente publicado por SPUTNIK Ver Mensaje

        Estimados


        Dicen, que la Montrose esta molida, asi que dificil que la ACH vaya por ella.-

        Saludos
        Una pena.

        La Monmouth muerta, la Montrose molida.

        La Williams tendrá para unos años más.

        Saludos

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