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Saturday, January 20, 2018

Russian military spotted the French “frigate invisibility” in the Black sea

The Russian military is tracking the movement of the French “frigate-invisible” La Fayette, who entered Sunday in the Black sea. Despite the fact that the ship is built on technology “stealth”, he was spotted still with the passage of the Bosphorus.

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French light frigate F-714 project La Fayette could not escape from the tracking station the black sea fleet. Russian radar can see the objects of this class hundreds of miles away, said RIA Novosti source in law enforcement bodies of Crimea.

“Raspiarennaya technology “stealth” tripped in a collision with the Russian radio-electronic industry. The frigate La Fayette even with the passage of the Bosphorus “lit up” on the monitors and radio services of the black sea fleet,” — said the Agency interlocutor.

Bosphorus: La Fayette class @MarineNationale frigate Guépratte equipped with F714 @thalesgroup DRBV-15C Sea Tiger air/surface search radar pic.twitter.com/dJ03pfjSKY

— Yörük Işık (@YorukIsik) 19 Nov 2017

According to him, the French frigate sent to the Eastern part of the Black sea, presumably to the coast of Georgia. It carries several anti-ship missiles and a helicopter Panther. “In the black sea basin La Fayette from us will not hide. We’ll see with the accuracy of the quay wall,” added the source.

Last class frigate La Fayette visited the Black sea in March. Then he visited the Romanian port of Constanta, and also took part in the joint naval forces of Romania exercises.

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