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    [SIZE=6][*******darkolivegreen]Royal Bahrain Naval Force[/COLOR][/SIZE]
    [SIZE=6][*******#556b2f][/COLOR][/SIZE]

    [SIZE=6][*******#556b2f][/COLOR][/SIZE]
    The Royal Bahrain Naval Force (also abbreviated as RBNF, previously called the Bahrain Defense Force, Naval Branch) is a branch of the military of [*******#002bb8]Bahrain[/COLOR] which is called the [*******#002bb8]Bahrain Defense Force[/COLOR].



    The Commander of the Navy is [*******#002bb8]Lieutenant Commander[/COLOR] [*******#ba0000]Yusuf al-Maluallah[/COLOR].



    The navy consisted of 11 combat vessels, 22 patrol craft and 700 personnel.



    The Fleet is based at [*******#ba0000]Mina Sulman[/COLOR] Naval Base and has a flight wing, which can operate off the corvettes,

    consisting of two Eurocopter [*******#002bb8]MBB Bo 105[/COLOR] Helicopters.


    Vessels











    # [*******#002bb8]Wikipedia[/COLOR]


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    Quote Originally Posted by CARAMBOL View Post
    [LEFT]Help determine the type of the Cuban ship in this photo. [/LEFT]



    [LEFT]If you have information or photos will be very glad.Foto done in the docks of Casablanca.
    Another photo, you can see the ship without weapons in the port of Havana.[/LEFT]

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    Its Cubana navy warship - Rio Damuji class

    [FONT=Calibri]Displacement: 3,200 tons, length: 107m, width: 15m, Armament: 1 gun (100mm from T-55 tank?), 1+ Styx anti-ship missile, 2 twin 25mm AAA (TBC), 1+ single 12.7mm MG. [/FONT]






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    New entry in Croatian navy, ex Helsinki class

    HRM Dubrovnik No 42 and HRM Vukovar No 41, taken on January 18th 2009.












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    Quote Originally Posted by exluppis View Post
    New entry in Croatian navy, ex Helsinki class

    HRM Dubrovnik No 42 and HRM Vukovar No 41, taken on January 18th 2009.











    Nice fotos , thanks.

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    ASIA

    SRI LANKA NAVY









    TAMIL TIGER NAVY






















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    Quote Originally Posted by CARAMBOL View Post
    Nice fotos , thanks.

    From today's inauguration of both ships in Navy base Lora, Split, Croatia












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    Quote Originally Posted by CARAMBOL View Post
    Nice pix, CARAMBOL, thank you.
    What is the 23mm mounting visible on the picture above ? Any close view of it ?

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    Second „Flyvefisken“ class ship for the Lithuanian navy




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    PEOPLES VIETNAM NAVY

    [SIZE=3][*******#0000cc]TURYA (STORM) CLASS (PROJECT 206M) (FAST ATTACK CRAFT-TORPEDO [/COLOR][/SIZE]
    RUSSIAN PRODUCTION

    5 units delivered from 1984 to 1986. Two of the five were delivered without sonar or torpedo tubes, this pair has since had the foils removed as well.



    Type:hydrofoilTorpedo boatDisplacement:220 tons standard, 250 tons full loadLength:39.6 mBeam:7.6 mDraught:4 mPropulsion:3× M503 B2 Diesels; 15,000 hpSpeed:40 knotsRange:600 nm at 37 knots, 1450 nm at 14 knotsCrew:30Sensors and
    processing systems:Radar: Pot Drum, Muff Comb, High Pole, Sonar: Foal TailArmament:2x 57mm guns (twin turret aft)
    2 - 25mm guns (twin turret forward)
    4× 533mm torpedo tubes






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    Algerian missile corvettes

    MODERNISE CORVETE -802 SALAH RAIS - in France













    RAIS ALI



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    Hi
    Any news photos & news of small navy of the world ?
    ?

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    [SIZE=4][*******blue]JAMAICA COAST GUARD[/COLOR][/SIZE]

    [SIZE=4][*******#0000ff]L[SIZE=2]ASLIE & CUDJOE PATROL VESSELES IN JAMAICA[/SIZE][/COLOR][/SIZE]





    [*******#0000ff]FORT CHARLES P-7[/COLOR]



    [*******blue]POINT CLASS[/COLOR]


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    [SIZE=4][*******darkslateblue]URUGUAY NAVY [/COLOR][/SIZE]
    [SIZE=4][*******darkslateblue]P-01[/COLOR][/SIZE]



    [SIZE=4][*******magenta]TRINIDAD TOBAGO COAST GUARD[/COLOR][/SIZE]
    [SIZE=4][*******#ff00ff][/COLOR][/SIZE]


    [SIZE=3][*******darkred]ST.LUCIA COAST GUARS[/COLOR][/SIZE]
    [SIZE=3][*******#8b0000][/COLOR][/SIZE]




    [SIZE=4][*******sandybrown]ST.VINCEN COAST GUARD[/COLOR][/SIZE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by CARAMBOL View Post
    [SIZE=4][*******darkslateblue]URUGUAY NAVY [/COLOR][/SIZE]
    [SIZE=4][*******darkslateblue]P-01[/COLOR][/SIZE]

    Hi Carambol. I believe that said ship does not belong to the Uruguayan Navy (ANU Armada Nacional Uruguaya), but to the Paraguayan Navy (Armada Paraguaya).
    I understand it is the ARP P01 Capitán Cabral (source: http://www.histarmar.com.ar/ArmadasE...PCapCabral.htm).
    Regards.

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    Hi Carmabol,

    do you have any pics of Malagasy navy (Madagascar)? Except from the 44-Feet ex-USCG you post here a couple of month ago and a photo of the Elan-class Matsilo (from official page of Antsiranana navy base), I'm not able to find such pics.

    I'm principaly interrested by Malaika (PR-48 class, I think), Fanantenana (ex-trawler rearmed as a ptrol boat), Toky (landing-ship) and Noth Korean PT's. All these ships were discarded in the nineties...

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