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Note the 16 VLS in the back. We can choose GOKDENIZ or different solution on this with 8 AShM.

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Look at area next the navigation radar in this Turkish ada class

the Malay one is different with 2 extra VLS modules

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Not Sure if those are VLS. The image is too blurry.
 

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Anyone know what this is? Noticed it first in documentary on BNS Sheikh Hasina. It's in underground and has steel structure. @Anmdt

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Looks like multiple stories. Maybe an office bunker?
how do they not ask google to censor these

It's near the exit of the berthing area. They even showed it in the documentary. So probably nothing secretive. Is it not possible to build an underground oil depot? 🤔

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It's near the exit of the berthing area. They even showed it in the documentary. So probably nothing secretive. Is it not possible to build an underground oil depot? 🤔

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In the USA this is a common method to secure four walls of a dug trench so they don't cave in, the term is "trench shoring". Common method to build a basement of a building or more likely in this case (in a sub base), oil storage tank.

This is a small scale one shown below. The outer walls here are corrugated "sheet piles" and the sideways beams are heavy gauge steel piping or square "U" or "C" profiles. once a square box is cast with concrete, and sealed properly, it can be used to store any liquids, such as heavy fuel oil or diesel.

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Rear Admiral M Nazmul Hasan has been appointed as the new chief of the Bangladesh Navy.

His appointment will come into effect on July 24, according to a message sent to media by the Inter-Services Public Relations.

M Nazmul Hasan will be promoted to vice admiral on the day and will take over as Bangladesh Navy chief, it added.

M Nazmul Hassan was commissioned in Bangladesh Navy on July 1, 1986.

 

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Any update on who will fill the post left vacant by M Nazmul Hasan
 

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Will Midget subs benefit BN?

AFAIK these are for special forces deployment and defence of coastal waters ?

We have access to the open ocean and international shipping routes shouldn't we go for normal AIP subs ?
 

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Will Midget subs benefit BN?

AFAIK these are for special forces deployment and defence of coastal waters ?

We have access to the open ocean and international shipping routes shouldn't we go for normal AIP subs ?

Depends on BN's requirement. Before Ming submarine, BN tried to get Type-206. After getting the Ming i guess, there was news/tender about buying SDV though there was no update. So yes, there is possibility for midget subs. I don't understand what does midget sub has to do with having access to the open ocean and international shipping routes. Countries like S.Kora, Pakistan etc have them with bigger sub. Nowadays midget sub also come with AIP.

Ming won't be helpful for special ops actually. BD is a land of river. And our neighbors have many rivers connection with our areas which are shallow water and can accommodate this submarine. So I was thinking.... 😜 See these long coast lines attached Myanmar,BD and india? perfect for special ops.

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