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    Poster tampion french frigate De Grasse

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    A Vintage style poster inspired by the official tampion of the F67 "De Grasse" D612 type frigate

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    The De Grasse is a type F67 anti-submarine frigate of the French Navy, launched in 1974 and decommissioned on September 5, 2013. It is part of a series of three frigates built in 1967. After its decommissioning, the De Grasse Grasse joined the Landévennec ship cemetery in September 2013, serving as a breakwater for Lanvéoc-Poulmic since September 2014.

    Sponsored by the towns of Grasse and Bar-sur-Loup, the frigate De Grasse also sponsored the naval military preparation (PMM) of Brest. In 2013, she was the last steam-powered ship of fossil origin in service in the French Navy. Its final release took place on May 6, 2013.

    In terms of armament, in 2013, the De Grasse was equipped with a Crotale anti-aircraft system, MM38 Exocet missile ramps for anti-shipping, 100 mm turrets, 20 mm anti-aircraft guns , 12.7 mm machine guns, cradles for L5 mod 4 anti-submarine torpedoes, and the Malafon torpedo missile system (dismantled in 1996). Detection systems included radar, sonar, torpedo warning, jammer, radar interceptor and decoy launchers. For transmissions, the frigate had HF, UHF, VHF and SHF links, as well as the Syracuse 2 and Inmarsat systems.

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    DimensionsA2 (16,5 in × 23,4 in)
    PaperMatte 135 g/m²

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