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Traffic jams out? On the British watchdog Forth found problems with power supply

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On the newest British Navy patrol ship Forth worth 473,6 million dollars, experts found about 100 faults, including in the power supply system, British media reported.


Traffic jams out? On the British watchdog Forth found problems with power supply


According to the Daily Express, citing sources in the defense ministry, the malfunctions on one of the five patrol ships created by BAE Systems were discovered during an internal inspection a few days after it was commissioned.

We actively support the royal fleet in addressing issues affecting a limited number of bolts and the Forth electrical system. These are unrelated problems, and separate investigations are currently underway for each of them in order to determine the causes and consequences of this
- TASS transmits the statement of the official representative of BAE Systems.

At the moment the ship is in the dock of Portsmouth, where experts are trying to fix the damage. This is expected to take two weeks.

A spokesman for the country's defense ministry called it “normal work with industrial partners to eliminate certain malfunctions on ships after transferring them to the Navy.”

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  1. igorka357
    igorka357 3 May 2018 14: 59
    +6
    They’ve found, they’ll fix it! What’s the problem ...? To the British destroyer on a kakala seagull ... hooray hooray !!! Some ravings .. two weeks and a warship in service, don’t remind me of Grena, of Nakhimov ..about Kuznetsov ... Do not remind me how many such watchdogs we are building?
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    2. Topotun
      Topotun 3 May 2018 15: 11
      +2
      Yes, there are no problems in general. What do you dislike about Kuznetsov? As for the problems - yes they are, and not a few. But remember what you did to our shipbuilding (And the Navy as a whole) in the 90s. What remains of them .... As for this news - well, this is not news. Any complex system has problems. But for some reason, the more modern the system and the more money invested in it, the more for some reason there are more problems ... Some kind of epidemic ... An epidemic, probably.
    3. Maz
      Maz 3 May 2018 18: 52
      0
      Nekhai will turn to the great British scientists, these will definitely explain everything you want.
  2. Ingvar0401
    Ingvar0401 3 May 2018 15: 03
    +2
    Quote: igorka357
    They’ve found, they’ll fix it! What’s the problem ...? To the British destroyer on a kakala seagull ... hooray hooray !!! Some ravings .. two weeks and a warship in service, don’t remind me of Grena, of Nakhimov ..about Kuznetsov ... Do not remind me how many such watchdogs we are building?

    I agree completely. While the ships are being built, there will be problems that will subsequently eliminate them. Those who do nothing have no problems. You can also recall Gorshkov ...
  3. canister
    canister 3 May 2018 15: 06
    0
    And is this news worth the index?
  4. Merold
    Merold 3 May 2018 15: 11
    +2
    You can write articles about light bulbs that burn out on the ship.
  5. evil partisan
    evil partisan 3 May 2018 15: 22
    +5
    Oh you British! fool
    Keep:
    1. san4es
      san4es 3 May 2018 15: 45
      +4
      what ... Eh ... but why there ...
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  6. otmer3
    otmer3 3 May 2018 16: 05
    +1


    or like that for example
  7. Zubr
    Zubr 3 May 2018 16: 33
    +1
    experts found about 100 malfunctions, including in the power supply system, British media reported.


    Well, the nature of the malfunctions is not reported in detail, and therefore there is nothing to discuss, except how to wish him to accidentally open the kingstones right near the pier ... smile
  8. Prisoner
    Prisoner 3 May 2018 16: 36
    +1
    The team is boiling tea. Definitely. According to the skaters, point the shmon and take everything away. laughing
  9. gippernano
    gippernano 3 May 2018 17: 26
    0
    No, how so? One of the oldest democracies, Liberals to the core. All privatized a long time ago, and you have traffic jams. Where is the critical class? Why didn’t they do it in an iPhone? Stolen budget pounds? Do they have rampant corruption flourishing there? Or is democracy not enough?
    The gentlemen smacks of dictatorship - the comrades of the Britons. Isn’t it time for you to exchange the government for a democratic pro-Moscow government? Have you tried re-electing the queen? The cult of personality has been bred, and now it will knock corks, and tomorrow the bottom will be knocked out, and what will you do?
  10. sgr291158
    sgr291158 4 May 2018 06: 13
    +2
    Spien unscrewed the locknut.