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ⓘ Uribe-class patrol vessel




                                     

ⓘ Uribe-class patrol vessel

The class was developed by the Spanish company Empresa Nacional Bazan in 1982. It is a multi-role patrol craft with twin funnels and a helicopter deck. These ships have their main armament, a single 40 mm L70 DP gun, located at B position. Ships of the Uribe class were the first vessels of the Mexican Navy able to operate MBB Bo 105 helicopters on board.

                                     
  • February, she reported to Commander, Guam Patrol and Escort Unit, and for the remainder of the war, escorted vessels amongst the Marianas and to Okinawa, and
  • on 22 December 1943 simultaneously with her transfer, the ship served on patrol and escort duty. On 27 February 1945, she joined the British frigate HMS Duckworth  K351
  • on 23 August 1943 simultaneously with her transfer, the ship served on patrol and escort duty. At 0745 on 30 November 1944, she struck a mine in the North
  • on 23 December 1943 simultaneously with her transfer, the ship served on patrol and escort duty for the remainder of World War II. She sank the German motor
  • on 7 February 1944 simultaneously with her transfer, the ship served on patrol and escort duty in the North Atlantic Ocean and off the Normandy beachhead
  • on 28 December 1943 simultaneously with her transfer, the ship served on patrol and escort duty in the English Channel for the remainder of World War II
  • January 1944 simultaneously with her transfer, the ship was assigned to patrol and escort duty in the English Channel and also supported the invasion of
  • ARM Oaxaca PO - 161 is the lead ship of the Oaxaca class of patrol vessels constructed by and for the Mexican Navy. It has a length of 282.2 feet 86
  • on 3 November 1943 simultaneously with her transfer, the ship served on patrol and escort duty. On 11 June 1944, she was operating in the English Channel

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