minehunter

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minehunter

(ˈmaɪnˌhʌntə)
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(Military) a naval vessel that searches for mines by electronic means
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Troop, a family-run firm which is one of the oldest in the maritime industry, undertook a PS2m deal to replace and commission the Volvo Penta engines and generator sets on seven Royal Navy Sandown class Mine Hunters.
The US has doubled the number of its Avenger-class mine hunters in the region to eight; it has deployed more MH-53 mine-sweeping helicopters and a large number of remotely-operated submersible mine hunters.
HMS Grimsby is a mine hunter which can fight back if it needs to, but its main function is defensive.
HMS Penzance left Faslane in June 2014 for service in the Gulf with Crew 1 joining the ship in January 2017- an especially long deployment for the crew of a mine hunter.
The Sandown-Class mine hunter had been due to sail into the city and remain in port until Thursday.
5 metre mine hunter vessels from the UK, the French FS L'adroit 87 metre Gowend class patrol vessel, one 88.
Mr Cook had led a long campaign for the removal of the 400-tonne former Royal Navy mine hunter after warning it could cause an "environmental catastrophe" on the River Tees.
He was selected as the commissioning Commanding Officer of the first ever indigenously built Tripartite Mine Hunter PNS MUJAHID, and has also performed the duties of Commander 21st Mine Warfare Squadron.
The programme also includes visits from the tall ship Stavros S Niarchos, the Matthew - a full-size replica of John Cabot's ship which discovered Newfoundland more than 500 years ago - and the Royal Navy mine hunter HMS Blyth.
TWO Coventry brothers and ancestors of Admiral Lord Nelson's are serving on the same Royal Navy warship in the Gulf Lieutenant Commander Chris Nelson, 38, and his brother, Petty Officer Philip Nelson, 31, are both serving on the mine hunter HMS Atherstone in the Arabian Gulf.
It will join a fleet of 11 ships, including aRoyalNavy mine hunter and vessels from the Norwegian, Dutch and Polish fleets, which will be open to the public.
The Navy's new submersible mine hunter, scheduled to be deployed in 2005 on Arleigh Burke-class destroyers, will be tested on a high-speed catamaran as early as next year.