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In service Flight III Hammerhead-class patrol ship

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'''UEES ''Cabrebald'' (PCG-4815)''' is a third generation (Flight III) [[Aegis]] [[Hammerhead]] assigned to the “ready reserve” moored
 
'''UEES ''Cabrebald'' (PCG-4815)''' is a third generation (Flight III) [[Aegis]] [[Hammerhead]] assigned to the “ready reserve” moored
 
off [[MacArthur]]. It is one of the few remaining Flight III Hammerheads still in service. While her engines are kept
 
off [[MacArthur]]. It is one of the few remaining Flight III Hammerheads still in service. While her engines are kept
unpowered, she has a reserve crew available who can bring her (and the rest of her squadron) to full readiness in twelve hours in the event of a major conflict. Cabrebald was last activated during the infamous [[Jenk Gallen incident]] in [[2943]] that briefly threatened to lead to a more involved conflict with the [[Xi’an]] over the capture of a supposed spy.<ref>{{Cite RSI|url=media/8srns703rujzbr/source/Hammerhead.pdf|text=The Aegis Hammerhead - Ship Brochure}}</ref>
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unpowered, she has a reserve crew available who can bring her (and the rest of her squadron) to full readiness in twelve hours in the event of a major conflict. ''Cabrebald'' was last activated during the infamous [[Jenk Gallen incident]] in [[2943]] that briefly threatened to lead to a more involved conflict with the [[Xi’an]] over the capture of a supposed spy.<ref>{{Cite RSI|url=media/8srns703rujzbr/source/Hammerhead.pdf|text=The Aegis Hammerhead - Ship Brochure}}</ref>
  
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==

Latest revision as of 07:35, 26 March 2020

UEES Cabrebald (PCG-4815) is a third generation (Flight III) Aegis Hammerhead assigned to the “ready reserve” moored off MacArthur. It is one of the few remaining Flight III Hammerheads still in service. While her engines are kept unpowered, she has a reserve crew available who can bring her (and the rest of her squadron) to full readiness in twelve hours in the event of a major conflict. Cabrebald was last activated during the infamous Jenk Gallen incident in 2943 that briefly threatened to lead to a more involved conflict with the Xi’an over the capture of a supposed spy.[1]

Trivia

  • The UEE Military chose to name the third wave (Flight III) of Hammerheads named after mountains.

References

  1. The Aegis Hammerhead - Ship Brochure