Thursday, 13 September 2012

Columbia Inducts Two Former German Submarines

 The Columbian Navy announced today that it has inducted two former Type 206A submarines from Germany.

      Under a contract concluded between Colombia and the HDW shipyard, the latter "tropicalized" the two submarines, which were originally designed for use in the Baltic. These activities have included the technical integration of the Naval Arsenal is intended.

      "Intrepido" and "Indomable" will support two other submarines built by HDW in Kiel for the Colombian navy, "Tayrona" and "Pijao" (Type 209).

      Until March 31, 2011, "Intrepido" and "Indomable" belonged to the German navy, with the sail numbers U 23 and U 24.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...