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15 Temmuz 2013 Pazartesi

The US Navy published its list of the 12 ships scheduled for inactivation in FY14

http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/rapid-fire-july-12-2013-us-bill-introduced-to-get-dod-civilians-unfurloughed-015177/
7 of them are Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigates.
2.  The projected FY14 ship inactivation schedule for inactivating 
U.S. naval ships is promulgated as follows to facilitate fleet 
planning efforts to conduct an inactivation availability:
Ship Name                        Inactivation   Post Decom Status
USS FORD (FFG 54)                 31 Oct 2013     See Note 1
USS THACH (FFG 43)                15 Nov 2013     See Note 1
USS NICHOLAS (FFG 47)             17 Mar 2014     See Note 1
USS ROBERT G BRADLEY (FFG 49)     28 Mar 2014     See Note 1
USNS OBSERVATION ISLAND (T-AGM 23)01 Apr 2014     See Note 2
USS DE WERT (FFG 45)              04 Apr 2014     See Note 1
USS RENTZ (FFG 46)                23 May 2014     See Note 1
USS AVENGER (MCM 1)               30 Aug 2014     See Note 3 
USS HALYBURTON (FFG 40)           08 Sep 2014     See Note 1
USS DALLAS (SSN 700)              26 Sep 2014     See Note 4
USNS BRIDGE (T-AOE 10)            30 Sep 2014     See Note 5
USS DENVER (LPD 9)                30 Sep 2014     See Note 5

Note 1:  Designated for foreign military sale (cold).  It is Navy 
policy that ships designated for FMS transfer shall not be stripped.  
Stripping of ships provides diminished operational capability to 
maritime partners and corrodes our efforts to build maritime partner 
capacity.  TYCOMS are required to ensure strict adherence to this 
direction.  NAVSEA PMS 326 will issue additional guidance via SEPCOR 
to Fleet TYCOMS identifying non-transferrable technology.  Except in 
the case of C3/C4 emergent CASREPS, no removals of installed equipment 
(e.g., Combat, C4I, HME SYSTEMS, etc.) will be permitted except as 
specifically authorized by OPNAV N9I in response to a record request 
submitted by PEO IWS or respective NAVSEA ship program office no later 
than 90 days prior to the ships official retirement date that 
includes:  a comprehensive list (by ship) of specific installed 
equipment desired for removal; justification for the removal that 
includes evidence that the Navy supply system, TYCOM/RMC is unable to 
fulfill the requirement; an assessment of the requestor's ability to 
restore the equipment in operational condition in the event the vessel 
transfers as a cold FMS ship; and coordination via the respective 
Systems Command.  All other equipment/supply removals are to be 
conducted per ref (a).   

http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/reference/messages/Documents/NAVADMINS/NAV2013/NAV13175.txt

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