U.S. State Division approves potential guided-missile frigate sale to Bahrain

      Published on Saturday, 26 October , 2019      430      
U.S. State Division approves potential guided-missile frigate sale to Bahrain

The U.S. State Division has permitted a potential $150 million sale of the guided-missile frigate to Bahrain, the Protection Safety Cooperation Company mentioned on Wednesday.

The Protection Safety Cooperation Company delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this potential sale on October 22, 2019.

The Pentagon’s Protection Safety Cooperation Company mentioned in an announcement that Bahrain appears to be like to obtain the guided-missile frigate, ex Robert G. Bradley (FFG 49), spares, help, coaching, publications, and different associated components of logistics and program help.

“The proposed sale will refurbish and help the grant switch of the Oliver Hazard Perry Class ship, ex Robert G. Bradley (FFG 49), which was approved for switch underneath Public Regulation 115-232, Part 1020,” mentioned DSCA. “Bahrain already operates one other Oliver Hazard Perry Class ship. Bahrain may have no problem absorbing these protection articles and companies into its armed forces.”

The Oliver Hazard Perry class is a category of guided missile frigates named after the U.S. Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, the hero of the naval Battle of Lake Erie.

Also referred to as the Perry or FFG-7 (generally “fig seven”) class, the warships had been designed in america within the mid-1970s as general-purpose escort vessels.

Meant to guard amphibious touchdown forces, provide and replenishment teams, and service provider convoys from plane and submarines, they had been additionally later a part of battleship-centred floor motion teams and plane provider battle teams/strike teams.

Fifty-five ships had been in-built america: 51 for america Navy and 4 for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN).

As well as, eight had been in-built Taiwan, six in Spain, and two in Australia for his or her navies. Former U.S. Navy warships of this class have been offered or donated to the navies of Bahrain, Egypt, Poland, Pakistan, Taiwan, and Turkey.

Category Government | 2019/10/26 latest update at 10:58 PM
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