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The West German Navy's Frigate 'Breman' taken into service, 1982.

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The West German Navy's Frigate 'Breman' taken into service, 1982.
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The West German Navy's Frigate 'Breman' taken into service, 1982.
The West German Navy's Frigate 'Breman' taken into service, 1982.
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The West German Navy's Frigate 'Breman' taken into service, 1982. The eight F122 Bremen-class frigates of the German Navy were commissioned between 1982 and 1990. The design is similar to the Dutch Kortenaer class but uses a different hull and propulsion system. The ships were built for anti-submarine warfare as a primary task even though they are not fitted with towed array sonars. They are also suited for anti-aircraft warfare and anti-surface warfare. This class of ship was one of the last to be constructed under post-war displacement limitations imposed by the WEU on West Germany. All eight Bremen-class frigates will be replaced by the planned F125-class frigates, starting probably around 2016. Until then, the Bremen class serves as the backbone of the German Navy. nobody, view, ship, huge, West German, Navy, Breman, sea, water, waves, reflection, 1982

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SizeText 6.5" x 4.8"

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