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AGF 11 Coronado

Power Plant two Foster-Wheeler boilers, geared turbines, twin shafts, 24,000 shaft horsepower
Length 570 feet (173.8 meters)
Beam 100 feet (30.5 meters)
Displacement 16,912 tons (15,375 metric tons)
Speed 21 knots
Fuel capacity(gallons)750,000
Aviation fuel(gallons)350,000
Flight Deck Length(feet)200
Flight Deck Area(sq.ft)16,000
Aircraft two light helicopters
  • Complement 30 Officers, 400 Enlisted
  • THIRD Fleet Staff 46 Officer, 124 Enlisted
  • Joint Task Force Complement 300 Additional Personnel
  • Communications Ultra High Frequency (UHF)
    • CUDIXS (Common User Digital Information Exchange Subsystem) Shipboard messaging
    • TADIXS A (Tactical Data Information Exchange Subsystem)
    • TRE/TRAP (Tactical Receive Equipment) circuits for receiving tactical electronic intelligence information
    • TACINTEL (Tactical Intelligence) Secret Messaging
    • OTCIXS (Officer in Tactical Command Information Exchange Subsystem) Provides a common tactical picture of the battlefield.
    • LINK-11 Real time tactical radar picture.

    Super High Frequency (SHF) connectivity routed via TIMPLEX and ATM modems supporting:

    • SIPRNET (Secret Internet Protocol Router Network) Medium from exchange of classified multimedia information
    • NIPRNET (Non-secure Internet Protocol Router Network) Shipboard internet access
    • TESS (theater environmental support system) weather
    • JDISS (Joint Deployable Intelligence Support System)
    • GCCS (Global Command and Control System) National Command Authority is able to communicate with any vertical launch capable ship
    • PCMT (Personal Computer Message Traffic) Navy-wide Shipboard messages
    • POTS (Plain Old Telephone) Conventional Telephone while at sea
    • MMT (Multi-Media Telephone) Secure digital telephone
    • VIXS (Video Information Exchange System) Video Teleconferencing while at sea
    • CTAPS (Contingency Theater Automated Planning System) Generation / Dissemination of Air Tasking Order for air strike missions
    • JWICS (Joint World Wide Intelligence Comm System) Able to communicate with U.S. military intelligence centers around the world
    Extremely High Frequency (EHF)
    • Voice Command Nets - Established as required by exercises
    • Mission Display Unit (MDU) - A strike planning aid for Tomohawk Missile launches

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