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    Damn nice pics, PK, Thank you .

    Regards, Uyraell.

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    Default Re: Argentine Navy gallery 1930-2000.

    You re welcome, I got a long, extensive collection of pictures wich I will post progresively, unfortunately no time to make more than 2 or 3 daily post.


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    La Argentina training cruiser:




    Class: 2 ship proposed (La Argentina, Heroina) one actually delivered.

    Commissioned: 31st January 1939

    Builders: Vickers, Barrow, United Kingdom

    Dimensions: 540' 10" x 56' 6" x 16' 6" / 164.89m x 17.22m x 5.03m

    Displacement: 6604 tons std / 7620 tons max

    Complement: 800

    Armament: 9 x 6" Mk W guns in triple turrets

    4 x 4"/50 Vickers guns in single mountings

    2 x 1" Vickers guns in twin mountings

    6 x 21" torpedo tubes in two triple mountings


    Aircraft Facilities: A hangar for a single Walrus seaplane was fitted along with a catapult.

    Armour: Belt: 3"" (76mm) Conning Tower: 3" Turrets: 2" (51mm)

    Deck: 2"

    Powerplant: Six Yarrow boilers were fitted with four Parsons steam turbines providing a total of 54000shp on four shafts.

    Maximum speed was 30kts and range at 12kts was 10000NM. Fuel load was 1480 tons oil




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    Some detail on the armament of the earlier ship:

    The 25x189 Gun

    The gun is simply referred to as the ‘Vickers 25.4 mm’, presumably to distinguish it from the earlier Vickers 1 inch, although thereby causing confusion with the 25x95R round described above. It appears to have been developed in the early to mid-1930s specifically as a naval gun, and was only ever produced in a fixed twin mounting. I am unaware of any other application of this gun apart from ‘La Argentina’, which had six of these mountings. One gun (without mounting) still survives in the MoD Pattern Room at Leeds, and a mounting is on display outside a naval base in Argentina. The mountings were removed from ‘La Argentina’ in 1949 and replaced by six single 40mm Bofors mountings. There is a mystery concerning the ammunition production dates which will be referred to later.





    More information:

    http://www.quarry.nildram.co.uk/Vickers25.4.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
    Supermarine Walrus:



    Type: recce and rescue catapultable flying boat:

    Wingspan: 15 m Lenght: 14 m, Weight 3678 kg.

    Engine: 1 x Bristol pegasus 9 cil radial 700 or 775 hp.

    Speed: 222/230 km/h

    Armament: 2 x ,303 vickers K plus 2 x 45 kg bombs or deep charges

    Crew: 4



    3 Walrus adquired in 1939 plus 7 more in 1945.




    Onboard a heavy cruiser, 1941.



    Very unofficial Fleet Air Arm nickname for the Walrus; "Shagbat".
    However, unusually for a seaplane of its' class and size, very very seaworthy, with reports being written of it happily surviving and riding-out twenty foot waves in storm conditions at sea.
    From memory, there are only about 5 surviving worldwide, and none are airworthy.

    Kindest Regards, Uyraell.

    "Honi-Soit Qui Mal'Y Pense." :
    "Ill unto he who ill of it thinks."
    Edward III, Rex Britania, AD1348.

    "Wenn Schon, denn schon."
    "Be It Done, Best be It Be Done Well."
    Known German adage.

    "Until you have looked into a veteran's eyes and actually seen it,
    you'll never fully understand."
    ^Uyraell^

    "Aligaes : Amore vel Ira." :
    "^Winged Ones^ : Love or Wrath."

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    Default Re: Argentine Navy gallery 1930-2000.

    In here it was used in the earliest antartic explorations. A bit more on the Walrus.






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    North American AT-6 Texan.

    Type: Trainer and light attack

    Crew: 2

    Engine: 1 x Pratt & Withney R-1340 AN-1 9 cilinders 550 HP

    Speed: 300 km/h.

    Armament. 2 fixed Brownings 7,62mm, 200 kg practice bombs or rockets.

    Number Procured: 152 between 1945 and 1955.










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    Default Re: Argentine Navy gallery 1930-2000.

    Great pictures!!! Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
    Glenn Martin 139 bomber.


    Type: Bomber an recce aircraft.
    Wingspan: 23,5 m
    Lenght: 15 m
    Engines: 2 x Wright Cyclone 9 cil radial, 750 hp.
    Crew: 3, pilot, bomber and radioman.
    Speed: 335 km/h
    Armament: 3 madsen 7,65mm MG plus 1100 kg bomb






    24 examples were bought in october 1937
    My information states that 35 aircraft were ordered with 12 going to your Navy.

    Mit Fruendlichen Grussen,
    gewehrpatrone

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    Quote Originally Posted by gewehrpatrone View Post
    My information states that 35 aircraft were ordered with 12 going to your Navy.

    Mit Fruendlichen Grussen,
    gewehrpatrone
    In fact I have a picture that I`m sure you would be extremely interested in showing these aircraft being assembled at the Martin factory outside of Baltimore, Md.

    Mit Fruendlichen Grusen,
    gewehrpatrone

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    Default Re: Argentine Navy gallery 1930-2000.

    Very nice! I will have to look through this one.

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