With a grid-Brézé
The With a grid-Brézé is a Escorteur of squadron of the French National marine of the class of T47, baptized name of the famous sailor Jean Armand of With a grid-Brézé. It is about the third bearing ship this name.
Put on hold at Lorient, on October 9th, 1953 and launched on July 2nd, 1955, it was allowed with the active service on May 4th, 1957.
The essence of its mission was then the support for the strategic oceanic Force.
It was disarmed on April 1st, 1988 and was transformed into Navire museum with Nantes.
Initial characteristics before recasting
Startup: May 4th, 1957
Displacement: 3750 tons
Power: 63000 cv
Maximum speed: 32 nodes (It established on March 27th, 1956 the speed records of all the series of the escort ships of squadron: 39 nodes is 72 km/h)
Autonomy: 5000 nautical with 18 nodes
- 6 guns of 127 mm
- 6 guns of 57 mm
- 4 guns of 20 mm
- 12 torpedo tubes of 550 mm
- lance rocket ASM.
Air and underwater detection;
- 1 radar of air day before
- 1 radar of day before surface
- 1 radar of combined day before
- 1 DUBV (ultrasonic Detection building Takes care)
- 1 DUBA (ultrasonic Detection Attaque building)
Crew350 men including 20 officers.
The crew is divided on 7 stations.
- Commander: Commander Maudhuit
- Second in command: Lieutenant commander Coulondres
- Officer ASM: lieutenant Gouton
- Officer gunner: lieutenant Toubon
- radio operator Officer: lieutenant Radius
First stopovers and missionsDeparture of Lorient in February 1957
- 1957: Bergen, Bodo, Tromsoë, Hammerfeast, Oslo, Hamburg, Gibraltar, Palma de Majorque, Bizerte, Lebanon, Algiers, Oran, Seas el Kébir, Arzew, Bastia
- 1958: Bône, Candle, Arzew, Malta, Palermo, Sciacca, Naples
- the naval museum With a grid-Brézé in Historical Nantes
- and characteristics on Net Navy
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