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A-69 type class Aviso class FF /Corvette

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For Strike Fighters 2 Mar 2012 Series
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Aviso Type A-69 class
D'Estienne d'Orves Class Corvette
(Burak-class or Drummond class)
A class of 17 French Navy ships entering service during the 70s and early 80s,
Type A-69 D'Estienne D'Orves Corvettes were designed for coastal anti-submarine warfare
as well as scouting, training and other secondary duties.
250' in length and displacing 1,100 tons, these are not large ships but are nevertheless
seaworthy - and economical-vessels. ...but are also available for high sea escort missions
(notably in support missions with the FOST). Built on a simple and robust design, they have an
economical and reliable propulsion system which allows them to be used for overseas presence missions.
The A69 design was based on the Portuguese Navy's Jo?o Coutinho-class corvettes.
Armament and combat systems vary, and there were even plans - subsequently canceled -
to outfit two of them with helicopter landing facilities.
Burak-class corvette
Burak-class corvette (Turkish: Burak sinifi korvet), aka B-class corvette, is a warship class
of the Turkish Navy, all ex-D'Estienne d'Orves class A69 type Aviso corvettes, mainly designed
for coastal anti-submarine defense and ocean escort missions.
Their robust design and economical propulsion system allows them to be used for distant overseas operations.
A total of six-(6)- ships under the Burak-class are being operated by the Turkish Navy and will be phased out with
introduction of Ada-class corvettes
TCG Bozcaada (F-500), formerly Commandant de Pimodan (F787)
TCG Bodrum (F-501), formerly Drogou (F783)
TCG Bandirma (F-502), formerly Quartier-Ma?tre Anquetil (F786)
TCG Beykoz (F-503), formerly D'Estienne d'Orves (F781)
TCG Bartin (F-504), formerly Amyot d'Inville (F782)
TCG Bafra (F-505), formerly Second-Ma?tre Le Bihan (F788)
Drummond class
he Argentine Navy also operates three D'Estienne D'Orves-class ships, locally known as the Drummond class.
The first two ships were originally ordered by the South African Navy, but due to UN sanctions against South Africa,
they were not delivered and were bought by the Argentine Navy in 1978.
The third ship of the class was ordered by Argentina and was delivered in 1981.


P-31 ARA Drummond (ex-South African Good Hope)
P-32 ARA Guerrico (ex-South African Transvaal)
P-33 ARA Granville


- Put incuded folder in your main mod one...in the ..... folder "GroundObjects" directory
C:\Users\ name ace........?? \Saved Games\ThirdWire\.....mod......\.....
And everything will go to his position....!


Legal BS:
This is freeware........ it CAN be distrubuted if the original readmes and all other pieces of the package remain intact.
The names of all contributors, modders, suppliers, etc =MUST= be listed in any new readmes.
This package may NOT in any way, shape or form be used in any payware additions.
Any persons wishing to make further modfications, MUST remember to put everyone's name in it.
Please do not distribute or post without previous consent.
All copyrights reserved
all is new Model textures etc...
by AceSfakia
I would like to say a Big thank's to this comunity,
and special to all moder's that explain and help me many times.
Special thank's to WhiteBoySamurai...for explain..and help in the ship's.
Whiteboysamurai /original 100mm Gun & Exocet ...Source
Sources and references
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L'Arsenal 1:400 Scale Full Hull Resin Kit

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