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    Why were there 296 men onboard ? That's more than double her normal complement !
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    You had another Ice Breaker, Bahia Paraiso, also during the Falklands that was also used as a Hospital Ship, and Troop ship to bring troops to the Island and ship them off.

    She sank in 1989, turning turtle.

    The prognosis on the Almirante Irizar looks a little bleak though.
    That was more like a reinforced transport, I am not sure if was a devoted icebreaker like this.

    Why were there 296 men onboard ? That's more than double her normal complement !
    Because there was a lot of journalist who covered the begining of the antartic campaign, and incidentaly a bunch of people who had won a contest organizated by a TV channel to travel to the Antartic base Vicecomodoro Marambio.


    The last news indicates that the fire is out and the ship continue to be towed by a Meko 360 frigate to Bs As . The damage was really serious, it will take several millions to cure it.

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    Bet the contest winners are well impressed
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    So they didn't get to Vicecomodoro Marambio, just Tierra (or in this case Barco) del Fuego.
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    Actually they did, the ship caught fire in the returning trip.


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    Fair one, at least they'll have a damn good story to tell their grandchildren.
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    They have.


    Some gallery:




    http://rapidshare.com/files/26063740/ARGAIRE.avi.html





    Tomorrow I will move this topic to "Argentinian military"

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    The hero of the journey capt G. Tarapow. Despite being seaborne the capt used a Marines cammo uniform, funny.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zB_WGSZnxA

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    Historical pictures, the first Navy Super Etendar touch Agentine ground, november 2 1981.








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    Default German Aircraft designs in Argentina 1946-60.

    The aircraft designed by germans, italians and others foreign technicians in the FMA.

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    FMA Ia-27 Pulqui I:




    In August 9, 1947, at 5.25 PM, the normally quiet skies over Córdoba hills, in central Argentina, were forever altered by the sight of an aircraft that had unique characteristics. It was the Pulqui (meaning arrow in the native Araucarian language), flown by Argentine Air Force Lieutenant Edmundo Osvaldo Weiss. This event marked the beginning of a new era in Argentina’s aviation technology. From that moment on, the country had added itself to the privileged circle of nations capable of designing, building and flying jet airplanes.



    This historic flight was the culmination of the research and design work which had started a year earlier at the Córdoba Aerotechnical Institute (Instituto Aerotécnico de Córdoba). The task had been carried out by a team of engineers: the Frenchman Emil Dewoitine and the Argentines Cardehilac, N. L. Morchio and H. J. Ricciardi.



    the result was a monoplane, single-engine aircraft that embodied a sophisticated solution to multiple technological problems. This proved to the world as well as Argentines themselves that the skill of Argentine engineers and technicians, once they had overcome the "believing that we can’t" barrier, was capable of laying the foundations for future National aerospace production.






    Type: Fighter
    Power plant: one -1633 kg thrust Rolls-Royce Derwent 5
    Span: 11,25 m
    Wing area: 19,70 m2
    Length: 9.69 m
    Height: 3,29 m
    Empty weight: 1358 kg
    Max take-off: 2.041 kg
    Max speed: 720km/h
    Service ceiling: 15,500m
    Max range: 900 km
    Weapons: 4 20 mm guns (not fitted

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    In flight:





    Cockpit:




    Pulqui I preserved in the Argentinean Air Force museum in Buenos Aires.
    Of note is also Horten flying-wing glider suspended from the ceiling.



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    Ia-38:

    The IA-38 was a R. Horten desing indeed, it was a transport to carry cargo from the north eastern provinces of Argentina to the capital.







    It suffered of a low priority material asignment ( the Kurt Tank working group always get more money) and lack of power (4 x 450 hp radials) so the performance were far of be impressive.



    Powerplant: 4 x El gaucho 9 cilinders radials, 450 hp each coupled with two bladed variable pitch propellers.
    Height:4,60 m
    Wing surface: 133 m2
    Empty weight: 8.500 kg
    Payload: 7.500 Kg
    Maximum take off weight: 16.000 kg
    Max wing loading: 120 Kg/m2
    Speed max: 352 km/h;
    Crusing speed :255 Km/h;
    Landing speed : 140 km/h
    Range: 1.250 kilómeters.

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    Aditional images:











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    FMA Ia-30:

    The Ia-30 was probably the most elegant and beautiful plane ever made by the FMA, it used two powerful RR Merlin and had a top speed of 750 km/h. The IA-30 is a work of the emigrated (another ) italian engineer T. Pallavecino and some argentine technicians.















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