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Provider "Lüneburg" class (701) replenishment

The provider of "Lüneburg" class served the operational deployment of the supply units at sea. They were occupied by the military and had a slight weapons for self-defense.

AST AJIOS was built on 1968 at FLENSBURGER SCHIFFBACKGESELLSCHAFT shipyards of Germany and was under the services of the German Navy as T.S. COBURG. In September of 1991 concessed to the Hellenic Navy by Germany under the frame of bilateral military cooperation. The ceremony of concession and rise of the Greek Flag took place at Souda Naval Base on 25th of September 1991.

Class 701 A Luneburg, NIENBURG and Offenburg:
Displacement 3,770 t
701 Class B, after rebuilding Class 701 D COBURG
Displacement 3,483 t after rebuilding 3709.4 t
Class 701 C SAARBURG, GLÜCKSBURG, Meersburg
Displacement 3,770 t
Class 701 E FREIBURG:
Displacement 3,984 t
Main machinery MAYBACH 872 2 x 3.000 PS
Transport Capacity DIESEL oil 2442 tonnes Fresh Water 203 m
speed about 17 kn
Arming 2 guns 40 mm L / 70 double carriage Breda
crew 72 people

Unitname squadron Port of registry
A1411 "Lüneburg" 1.Versorgungsgeschwader Flensburg 1996 Decommissioned, to Colombian Navy as ARC Cartagena de Indias (161)
A1412 "Coburg" 1. Supply Squadron Kiel
A1413 "Freiburg" Albatross Squadron Wilhelmshaven 2005-apr-6 transfered A1413 Freiburg to Uruguay as ROU 04 Gral Artigas
A1414 "Glücksburg" Albatross Squadron Wilhelmshavento Egypt as A-230 Shalatein
A1415 "Saarburg" 1. Supply Squadron Olpenitz
A1416 "Nienburg" 4. minesweeping squadron Wilhelmshaven
A1417 "Offenburg" 1. Supply Squadron Kiel
A1418 "Meersburg" 1st Submarine Squadron Eckernförde

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