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Alkmaar 1/700

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  Base type  Tripartite class {{eval IS(operator country,Netherlands)}} Alkmaar class {{eval IS(operator country,Belgium)}} Flower (Tripartite) class Aster (Tripartite) class {{eval IS(operator country,France)}} Éridan (Tripartite) class {{eval IS(operator country,Bulgaria)}} Tsibar (Tripartite) class {{eval IS(operator country,Indonesia)}} Pulau Rengat (Tripartite) class {{eval IS(operator country,Latvia)}} Imanta (Tripartite) class {{eval IS(operator country,Pakistan)}} Munsif (Tripartite) class  
    Furthermore referenced in country lists (as similar) as: (Italy): LERICI minehunters (1985), GAETA minehunters (1993 - 1996), (Australia): Huon class, (Taiwan): Yung Jin Minehunter class, Lerici class, (South Korea): GANGGYEONG 
  Kit manufacturer  Artitec  
  Material  Resin  
  Origin country  Netherlands  
  Operator country  For the class: Netherlands Belgium France Pakistan Indonesia Latvia Bulgaria  
    Furthermore referenced in country lists (as similar) as: Italy (LERICI minehunters (1985)), Italy (GAETA minehunters (1993 - 1996)), Australia (Huon class), Taiwan (Yung Jin Minehunter class), Taiwan (Lerici class), South Korea (GANGGYEONG)  
  Built  17.8.2019   
  Topics  Minesweeper  (Ship:) Navies: To the list of all ship classes
Parent category: Ship
  Aera of use  afterwar  
  Scale  1/700  
  BaseVehicle  Ship  
  Part of Minesweepers NL
Referenced itself or via the class in Operation Desert Storm, 17.1.-28.2.1991

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