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LtMaverick114
Post subject: Re: Modern Auxiliary ChallengePosted: June 12th, 2021, 7:16 pm
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Kristianstad class, Logistic Support Vessel

The Kristianstad class was develop for operating in coastal and warm waters of the Fryssian Antilles, Faeröer islands and Vinljund. For this reason 3 were constructed by Nuurdsee Substrootspräke Werken (Northsea Submarine Works) in Bremen. The vessel are named after the capital cities of the islands of which they are assigned to. Their main tasks are to support smaller navy ships and marines, they can replenish smaller patrol craft and minehunters with fuel, food, water and ammunition. It can act as a command center for Marine operations. Their secondary task is to provide humanitarian aid in case storms and hurricanes.

The Kristianstad class is equipped with a 20t crane to load and unload cargo from her deck and cargo holds. Its also used to lift vehicles like 4 to 10 ton trucks, RHIB and autonomous underwater vehicles. The vessels make their own fresh water and bottle it for later use or for humanitarian aid. On the front deck there is room for 12 20ft containers, these can be mission specific or filled with supplies.

- RFNS Kristianstad A442 (2011)
- RFNS St. Jæns A443 (2013)
- RFNS Tórshavn A444 (2015)

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Post subject: Re: Modern Auxiliary ChallengePosted: June 13th, 2021, 9:44 am
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Maldeva 17,500 ton Multi role Logistics Vessel

The Maldevan navy gave a tender for a Multi role logistics vessel with a focus on tanker capabilities in the range of 16,000ton to 18,000ton. STM Turkey submitted a design of a 17,500ton Vessel that was based on their existing design of 17000ton Fleet tanker. New changes done by STM to the new design included a 2nd pair of refueling hoses to significantly improve the refueling capability.

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Mitchell van Os
Post subject: Re: Modern Auxiliary ChallengePosted: June 13th, 2021, 10:26 am
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Finally after hours and hours of drawing and trying to make it as realistic as possible.

My original intend was to create an Joint support Ship better than the one i currently serve on (HNLMS Karel Doorman A833).
This already grew quickly to a ship that was way more expensive and larger.

However here is the story and the ship:

The Royal Fryssian Navy and its Union needed a replacement for the 3 old CBG AOR's they currently had in their inventory.
These 3 units where of the A135 Class and employed since 1977 till 2016.

The old units where just regular large tanker that could move with the same speed as the fleet carriers that had regular engines. This speed was set around 27-28 knots.
The new CVN's however where faster and larger, their CBG also have bigger units with faster speeds.
This set the requirement for the first specs of the replacements in the A135 Class.
Besides this the world was changing and the fleets aswell. Less units but bigger, and more tasks than one.

It was thereafter decided that these ships would become JSS (Joint Support Ship) type vessels.
An ship of the class JSS can do various amount of tasks.
-Replenishment At Sea
-Transport duties
-Humanitarian duties
-Hospital duties
-Repair duties

With all these ideas packed togheter, the design board's started to draw.
Out of those plans the A170 Kopenhuuwen Class was born.

However duo to budget cuts and rising costs the class was just hold at 2 units.

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*Building data*

Both ships have a Role 2 hospital with 3 surgical rooms, 10 beds for fast treatment and 35 treatment beds for post op.
They can also take an CT scan with them and employ extra fieldbeds in case of emergency
Besides these role 2 items they can also employ dentist's with 2 chairs and a x-ray. And they can treat people with deceases in quarantaine rooms.

The following depends on setup of the ship, but it indicated the maximum of each.
For support and transport these ships can hold 5x 45 foot containers outside on deck, and 4x 20 foot.
Internally they can fit 10x 20 foot containers that can be cooled or heated by power. And 10x 20 foot containers for dry storage.
They have a vehicle deck that has 2000 lane meters for trucks and cars.
Two cranes for 40 tons of carriage.
Dry ammunition/goods stores for 2000 tonnes.
7000M3 of fuel, 7000m3 Aviation fuel, 500M3 water storage. And 4 water makers with a bottle filler system



As of 2021 both units have been used in various operations.
RFNS Kopenhuuwen helped in humanitarian aid for Haiti after the hurricane in 2016
RFNS Kopenhuuwen departed with a CBG to Asia for a show of force in 2018
RFNS Helsingborg helped the Kariibisk eilunen Friislon against sars-covid-19 in 2020
RFNS Helsingborg departed to West Africa to distribute and perform vaccination duties against sars-covid-19 in 2021






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To do list:
-Karel Doorman R81 top and front view
-Karel Doorman Class variants (Chile,Belgium,Portugal)
-Jacob van Heemskerck Class (90% done)
-Kortenaer Class (touch up for current standards)
-Sachsen Class Frigates (10% done)
-Johan De Witt L801 (updating to modern standard)


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TimothyC
Post subject: Re: Modern Auxiliary ChallengePosted: June 13th, 2021, 6:09 pm
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For anyone watching the thread, my entry here has been radically reworked:

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Post subject: Re: Modern Auxiliary ChallengePosted: June 13th, 2021, 7:27 pm
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APDAF wrote: *
The DSRVs of the first boat the Mercy are named "Faith, Hope and Charity" respectively. "
A homage to Hel Far, perhaps?


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Skyder2598
Post subject: Re: Modern Auxiliary ChallengePosted: June 13th, 2021, 8:06 pm
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T-160 class, multirole fleet support vessel

The T-160 class is a multirole fleet support vessel. It can carry fuel or other liquid supplies as well as
non-containerized and containerized cargo.
As secondary role the ship can be used for sea to shore missions thanks to the large well deck,
which can house a LCAC or 2 landing craft. The well deck can also be used as additional cargo storrage.

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Post subject: Re: Modern Auxiliary ChallengePosted: June 13th, 2021, 9:54 pm
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The Joint Logistics Support Ship (commonly abbriviated as JLOS) Zuiderkruis was an unique ship, designed and build for the Royal Netherlands Navy. The ship was developed to support military operations of the Netherlands armed forces and it's allies. The ship could replenish other ships at sea, could transport and unload vehicles and materials all over the world and operate and maintain vertical takeoff aircraft, both the helicopters normally operated from ships and the helicopters designed to operate from land.

The Zuiderkruis reached operational status in 2016 and was the biggest ship ever comissioned into the Royal Netherlands Navy.

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Kiwi Imperialist
Post subject: Re: Modern Auxiliary ChallengePosted: June 14th, 2021, 9:23 am
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Built to a unique design by Fincantieri, Toliara is the latest addition to the Malagasy fleet. It is a replenishment oiler acquired to support international deployments and anti-piracy operations of the Horn of Africa. The vessel was commissioned in 2020 as a replacement for three smaller auxiliaries which survived the 1990s civil war. Toliara is one of the largest naval ships in Madagasikara’s history, second only to the Royal Merina Navy’s battlecruiser Radama I.

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Kiwi Imperialist
Post subject: Re: Modern Auxiliary ChallengePosted: June 14th, 2021, 12:04 pm
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Post subject: Re: Modern Auxiliary ChallengePosted: June 14th, 2021, 3:24 pm
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I totally forgot it was a modern challenge.... I had a different drawing on my computer for that :lol: :lol:

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