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Most decorated Hammerhead-class patrol ship

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'''UEES ''Xanthe Montes'' (PCG-4742)''' is a third generation (Flight III) [[Aegis]] [[Hammerhead]] assigned to the [[Third Fleet]]. The ship was long-serving and during her forty-year service, the “XM” earned more individual battle stars than any other Hammerhead in history, in addition to twenty-seven other citations. At the time of retirement, her commanding officer, Commander [[Alex Trayne]], had begun his career as a gunner during the XM’s very first assignment. Xanthe Montes’ painted mission board currently resides in the [[Imperial Aerospace Museum]].<ref>{{Cite RSI|url=media/8srns703rujzbr/source/Hammerhead.pdf|text=The Aegis Hammerhead - Ship Brochure}}</ref>
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'''UEES ''Xanthe Montes'' (PCG-4742)''' is a third generation (Flight III) [[Aegis]] [[Hammerhead]] assigned to the [[Third Fleet]]. The ship was long-serving and during her forty-year service, the ''XM'' earned more individual battle stars than any other Hammerhead in history, in addition to twenty-seven other citations. At the time of retirement, her commanding officer, Commander [[Alex Trayne]], had begun his career as a gunner during the ''XM’s'' very first assignment. ''Xanthe Montes’'' painted mission board currently resides in the [[Imperial Aerospace Museum]].<ref>{{Cite RSI|url=media/8srns703rujzbr/source/Hammerhead.pdf|text=The Aegis Hammerhead - Ship Brochure}}</ref>
  
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==

Latest revision as of 07:39, 26 March 2020

UEES Xanthe Montes (PCG-4742) is a third generation (Flight III) Aegis Hammerhead assigned to the Third Fleet. The ship was long-serving and during her forty-year service, the XM earned more individual battle stars than any other Hammerhead in history, in addition to twenty-seven other citations. At the time of retirement, her commanding officer, Commander Alex Trayne, had begun his career as a gunner during the XM’s very first assignment. Xanthe Montes’ painted mission board currently resides in the Imperial Aerospace Museum.[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