k.w.> ...это контейнеры на юте можно увидеть также у ММ 703, 706 (на фото)...
А вот и начинка этих контейнеров:
Kingston class vessels
are designed to carry up to three 20-foot
(6.1 m) ISO containers
with power hookups on the open deck
order to embark mission-specific payloads
. As of 2009, the
available modules included:
2 × Indal Technologies AN/SLQ 38 deep mechanical minesweeping systems
4 × MDA Ltd. AN/SQS 511 heavy-weight high-definition route survey systems
1 × ISE Ltd. Trailblazer 25 bottom object inspection vehicle
1 × ISE Ltd. HYSUB 50 deep seabed intervention system
2 × Fullerton and Sherwood Ltd. 6-man, 2-compartment containerized diving systems
6 × naval engineered 6-person accommodation modules
1 × MDA Ltd. Interim Remote Minehunting and Disposal Syste
The Kingston-class consists of 12 coastal defence vessels operated by the Royal Canadian Navy.
The class is the name for the Maritime Coastal Defence Vessel Project (MCDV). These multi-role vessels were built and launched from the mid- to late-1990s and are crewed entirely by members of the Naval Reserve, with the exception of two regular-force technicians per crew.
Their main missions are coastal surveillance, sovereignty patrol, route survey, and training. They were designed with a minesweeping role in mind and are consequently classified as mechanical minesweepers (MM); however, this role has diminished as a result of the evolving nature of mine warfare.
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