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15 August 2007

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It's a great pity the name and number D32 don't go together.D32 will always be H.M.S Camperdown in my book.

Very interesting...it's always fascinating reading about the latest in military techology. Thanks for the update.

They can't see my boat on radar at all its so small my shrink can't even see it.
Your Truely Rubber Room Fisherman

Wow...that's impressive. Maybe someday I'll have a boat like that! (In my dreams...)

No anti ship missiles, no decent sonar, no torpedoes, no CIWS but it can load an I-pod like nobody`s business. At the moment a toothless ship with potential.

Give me an Arleigh Burke anyday, which has ALL of the above weapons.

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It is a nice blog. Yes you have written good things here regarding boats. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

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