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New Pics and Info On USCG's Deepwater Offshore Patrol Vessels

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posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 08:42 PM
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Maritime Security Cutter, Large(formerly known as the National Security Cutter, construction began on the first vessel on September 9th, 2004)


Displacement: 4,314 tons fl

Length: 421 ft.

Max Speed: 28 knots

Endurance: 60 days

Range: 12,000 nautical miles

Propulsion:
-CODAG (combined diesel and cas),
-1 gas turbine, 2 diesels / bow thruster

Aviation:
-2 hangers
-2 EADS Eurocopter HH-65X helicopters or 4 Bell Eagle Eye HV-911 UAV's(The WMSL and WMSM will typically deploy with an HH-65X and two HV-911's)

-Stern ramp small boat launch/recovery



Maritime Security Cutter, Medium(formerly known as the Offshore Patrol Cutter)


Displacement: 2,921 tons fl

Length: 341 ft.

Speed: 22 knots

Endurance: 45 days

Range: 9,000 nautical miles

Propulsion: 2 diesels / bow thruster

Aviation:
-2 hangers
-2 EADS Eurocopter HH-65X helicopters or 4 Bell Eagle Eye HV-911 UAV's(The WMSL and WMSM will typically deploy with an HH-65X and two HV-911's)

-Stern ramp small boat launch/recovery



Maritime Patrol Coastal

Displacement: 270 tons fl

Length 147 ft.

Max Speed: 30+ knots

Endurance: 7 Days

Range: 5,000 nautical miles

Propulsion: (2) 5,000 BHP diesel engines



123' WPB Patrol Boats (Legacy 110' SLEP)

Length: 123 ft, LOA
Displacement: 174/164/162 LT
Maximum Beam: 21 ft
Draft: 7 ft, Full Load
Max Speed: 28 kts
Endurance: 5 Days
A/B/C Class: 3180/3380/3300 NM
Crew Berthing: 19, Typical Operating Crew of 16
Increased Habitability: Improved Quality of Life and Dual-Gender Crew Capable
Propulsion: (2) 3,000 BHP Diesel Engines
C4ISR Upgrades: Increased Capabilities in Communications, Detection, Prosecution
Stern Ramp: (1) Short Range Prosecutor (SRP)
Tow Bitt: Standard


Long-Range Interceptor (LRI)

General Characteristics: - Length – 11 Meters
- Propulsion – Water Jet Engines for Stern Ramp Capability
- Capacity – Up to 14 Personnel with 150 lbs of Cargo
- Speed – 45 kts
Features: - Slam–Mitigating Seats
- Enclosed Coxswain Station
- Radar
- Over the Horizon Capability with Satcom and GPS
- Stern Ramp Deployment/Recovery
Benefits: - Decreased Fatigue for Boarding Teams
- Increased Control and Handling
- Faster, More Effective Prosecution
- Extended Cutter Reach
- Faster, Safer Operations with Less Crew


Short Range Prosecutor (SRP)

Maximun Range: 9,000 NM at Economic Speed •
Adaptable Mission Module •
General Characteristics: • Length – 7 Meters
• Propulsion – Water Jet Engine for Stern Ramp Capability
• Capacity – Up to 10 Personnel with 150 lbs of Cargo
• Speed – 33 kts
Features: • Slam–Mitigating Seats
• Improved Communication
• Excellent Sea-Keeping
• Stern Ramp Deployment/Recovery
Benefits: • Decreased Fatigue for Boarding Teams
• Increased Control
• Prosecution in Rough Water
• Faster, Safer Operations with Less Crew

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posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 08:43 PM
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Long-Range Surveillance Planes (HC-130)

EQ/FLIR •
SAR Radar •
Specific Emitter Identification •


Multi-Mission Cutter Helicopters (MCH)

SLEP / Upgrade Yields a Like-New Aircraft •
Deployed on Major Cutters •

Length: 41.33 ft
Wing/Rotor Span: 39.17 ft
Max. Take-off Wt.: 9,500 lbs
Payload Wt. (w/fuel): 3,190 lbs
Empty Weight: 6,333 lbs
Fuel Capacity: 2,164 lbs (1969 LB)
Max Airspeed: 165 kts
Cruise Speed: 120 kts
Economy Speed: 75 kts
Service Ceiling : 15,000 ft / 7,150 ft Hover
Max Endurance: 2.9 hrs
Max Range: 467 NM (348 NM)
Operational Radius: 178 NM (178 NM)
Propulsion Type: Turbomecca Arriel 2C2 (LTS-101)
Number of Engines: (2)


Marine Patrol Aircraft (MPA)
CASA 235-300M


Length: 70.2 ft
Wing Span: 84.7 ft
Cabin Length: 31.6 ft
Cabin Height: 6.1 ft
Maximum Take-off Weight: 36,380 lb
Maximum Air Speed: 236 KTAS
Maximum Range: 1,565 NM (MPA Configured)(MPA Configured)
Maximum Range: 1,030 NM (Cargo Configured)
Range With Payload : 6,000 lbs (Cargo Configured), 575 NM (Cargo Configured)
Maximun Endurance: 11.5 HRS (MPA Configured)
Maximum Cruising Speed: 236 KTAS
Engines: (2) General Electric CT7-9C3 Turboprop Engines (1750 SHP Each)

Features: Proven Military Twin Turboprop
Quick Change to Cargo or Passenger Role
Rear Cargo Ramp


Recovery and Surveillance Aircraft (VRS)

Deployed on Major Cutters •
Increased Power-to-Weight Ratio •

Length O/A: 54.67 ft
Rotor Span: 45.27 ft
Fuel Capacity: 4,088 lbs
Max Airspeed: 185 kts
Cruise Speed: 157 kts
Maximum Take-off Weight: 14,550 LB
Payload Weight (w/Fuel): 3,029 LB
Empty Weight: 4,671 LB
Economy Speed: 80 KTAS
Service Ceiling: 16,750 ft
Max Endurance: 5.0 hrs
Max Range: 511 nm
Radius of Action (SAR) 211 nm
Operational Radious: 132 NM
Propulsion: (2) Pratt & Whitney PT6C-67C
Main Rotor: (5) Blade Fully Articulated Elastomeric
Tail Rotor: (4) Blade Fully Articulated Elastomeric
Cargo Ceiling Capacity: 6000 + lbs
Rescue Hoist Capacity: 600 + lbs
Maximum T/O Wt.: 14,550 lbs


High Altitude Endurance Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV)

Asset: DoD Surveillance
Coverage: Huge Surveillance Areas Covered Per Mission
Range: 3,000 NM
Endurance: 30 hrs
Sensors: High-Resolution
Control: Centralized from Ground Station
Maximum Height: 15 ft
Maximum Length: 44 ft
Maximum Weight: Approx. 25,600 Gross Take-off lbs
Maximum Wing Span: 116 ft
Speed: 300 to 400 kt True Air Speed (KTAS)
Range: 1,200 NM Radius with 24 hrs on Station
Loiter Altitude: 50,000 to 65,000 ft
Fuel Capacity: 14,800 lbs, JP-8


Vertical Take-off and Landing Unmanned Air Vehicle

Maximum Height: 5.7 FT
Maximum Length: 17 FT
Maximum Wing Span: 23.6 FT
Maximum Altitude: 20,000 FT
Operating Radius: 100 NM & Loiter 3 Hours
Payload: 200 LBS With Growth, Potentional to 300 LBS
Loiter Speed: 95-100 KTS
Velocity Not To Exceed Speed: 220 KTS
Maximum Continuous Cruise Speed: 185 KTS
Maximum G-Limit: -0.5 to +2.0
Landing Capability: In Sea State 5 – Pitch +5, Roll +8
Maintenance: Low (



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