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    Default AS 365 N3 Dauphin 2 of Hellenic Coast Guard


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    Greek Coast Guard Insignia

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    The Norwegian Coast Guard



    Nordkapp class










    Nornen class






    KV Harstad






    KV Ålesund


    KV Svalbard










    Inshore vessels


    Lynx






    NH90 will replace the Lynx in the future


    Orion operated by the Norwegian air force


    the Barentshav class will be the newest class in the Norwegian coast guard

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    the Barentshav class will be the newest class in the Norwegian coast guard
    Those nice looking OPV were made in Romania

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    New ships for the German coast guard: two of these are on order / currently built



    the first one is planned to be delivered this summer

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    Nice pictures of KV Svalbard helping a sailboat out of the ice.











    The coast guard are also renting civilian aircrafts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mihai View Post
    Those nice looking OPV were made in Romania


    Yes, and it will be the first coast guard vessel with a gas-fuelled propulsion system. The Coast Guard expects a 90% decrease in NOx fume releases, and a 20% decrease in CO2 releases compared to a conventionally powered vessel of similar size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Reader View Post
    New ships for the German coast guard: two of these are on order / currently built



    the first one is planned to be delivered this summer
    Is she going to be used for research/pollution/enviromental stuff or for run-of-the-mill CG missions?

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    I'm always amazed by how many Coast Guards are armed. In Canada the members of the Coast Guard are civilians and the vessels carry no weapons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadian Sig View Post
    I'm always amazed by how many Coast Guards are armed. In Canada the members of the Coast Guard are civilians and the vessels carry no weapons.
    Really? But is that because your navy has expanded tasks on coastal patrols and security?
    Last edited by TheEvian100; 08-16-2009 at 09:50 AM. Reason: typo confusion between greek and latin letters

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    It's just that our Coast Guard is a civilian entity and has no connection to our military. They occasionaly may train with our SAR Techs (they are military) but other than that we are in not related to each other. Our navy handles most soverenty issues/patrols (except in te Arctic...thaats usualy a Coast Guard job as they have the icebreakers) and our AF handles Anti-submarine work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadian Sig View Post
    I'm always amazed by how many Coast Guards are armed. In Canada the members of the Coast Guard are civilians and the vessels carry no weapons.
    Not even small arms? So how do they get the US fishermen poaching in the Grand Banks to stop and allow boarding? 'Cause the fishermen ARE ARMED!

    Canadian politeness?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadian Sig View Post
    It's just that our Coast Guard is a civilian entity and has no connection to our military. They occasionaly may train with our SAR Techs (they are military) but other than that we are in not related to each other. Our navy handles most soverenty issues/patrols (except in te Arctic...thaats usualy a Coast Guard job as they have the icebreakers) and our AF handles Anti-submarine work.
    Interesting approach indeed... but I mean don't you guys face gangs with fastboats trying to carry drugs, **********s, immigrants and other illegal stuff in Canada?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panchito12 View Post
    Not even small arms? So how do they get the US fishermen poaching in the Grand Banks to stop and allow boarding? 'Cause the fishermen ARE ARMED!

    Canadian politeness?
    Thats the Navy's job.

    Quote Originally Posted by enallos View Post
    Interesting approach indeed... but I mean don't you guys face gangs with fastboats trying to carry drugs, **********s, immigrants and other illegal stuff in Canada?
    Not so much. This ai'nt Miami.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadian Sig View Post
    Thats the Navy's job.
    That's an tiny, highly overworked Navy. That's why there are poachers galore in Canadian waters.

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