USNS Hiddensee

USNS Hiddensee

País E.e.u.u
Papel Tarantul-class corvette
Comisionado 14 February 199
Desarmado 18 April 1996

Hiddensee is a former East German Navy corvette now part of the Battleship Cove site in Fall River, Massachusetts. Originally a Soviet vessel, the corvette was transferred first to the East Germany Navy, then the German Navy and ended her career in the United States. Under the aircraft designation system used by the U.S. Navy pre-1962, Navy and U.S. Marine Corps versions were originally designated as the HTK, HOK or HUK, for their use as training, observation or utility aircraft, respectively.

Fuente: USNS Hiddensee on Wikipedia
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USNS Hiddensee was a former Soviet-built corvette that served in three different navies: the East German Navy, the German Navy and the United States Navy. The ship was launched in 1984 and commissioned in 1985 as Rudolf Egelhofer, named after a communist leader who was executed in 1919. After the reunification of Germany in 1990, the ship was renamed Hiddensee, after a German island in the Baltic Sea. In 1991, the ship was transferred to the United States Navy as part of a military exchange program. The USNS Hiddensee was used for testing and training purposes, mainly at the Naval Air Warfare Center in Maryland. The ship was equipped with a 76 mm main gun, two 30 mm gatling guns, four anti-ship missile launchers and a surface-to-air missile launcher. The ship could reach a speed of 42 knots and had a crew of 50. The USNS Hiddensee was decommissioned in 1996 and became a museum ship at Battleship Cove in Massachusetts, where it remains today as a rare example of Soviet naval technology.

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