South Korean Navy Training Ship Hansando Delivered

October 21, 2020 (Google Translation) – On Tuesday, October 20, the Defense Business Agency (Cheongchang Wang Chung-hong) delivered the first training ship (Hansan dodo*) to the Navy. As a result, the ROK Navy has secured a dedicated ship capable of training and training at sea.

“Hansando” is named after the name of “Hansando”, which was established in the city of Imjin Dwarf, “Samdo Military Control Yong”, as the name of the first ceremony to hold the ship floating in the sea.

To date, the Navy has selected combat battleships that are performing operational missions in front-line waters for maritime training, and by utilizing them for training purposes, the training effectiveness has been reduced due to the lack of separate space and equipment for training, but this time, efficient training has been made possible by leading a training ship dedicated to training.

The training ship is the latest in a fleet of stealth-type ships, with a length of 142 m, 18 meters high and 4,500 tons of light-tonnage…. In addition to the 120 crew members, the room where more than 300 trainees can live, was systematically separated and built in classrooms and practice spaces to enable optimal education and training.

Stealth ship type by applying technology to reduce the various signals generated by water traps to ensure improved viability ** Light tonwater is the weight of the ship itself, except for fuel, food, and materials and equipment needed for operation.

“In particular, the state-of-the-art training system in the training fleet is equipped with a computer based training (CBT) system that allows simulated combat mastery to train destroyers and frigates, as well as various ships operating in the Navy.

In addition, the training box has three operating rooms and a clinic and a sound pressure room that can treat critical lysis can be responded to infectious diseases, medical assistance in the event of a maritime accident, rapid personnel transfer by helicopter, etc. can also perform a variety of relief mission.

“We are confident that if the training ship is deployed on a naval mission, it will upgrade the combat capabilities of our navy through the use of state-of-the-art training systems and protect the lives of the people in various disaster sites.” Said.

The shipyard, which presided over r & d, said that by building destroyers, submarines and support, as well as the construction of this training ship, it was an opportunity to solidify its status as a truly shipbuilding powerhouse, and to create jobs and maintain a continuous productivity scale, contributing to the revitalization of the local economy.

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