1975 ship reclassificationの例文
- They were redesignated cruisers in the 1975 ship reclassification.
- Originally called a " destroyer leader " or frigate, in 1975 she was re-designated a cruiser in the Navy's 1975 ship reclassification.
- All DEs, DEGs, and DERs were reclassified as FFs, FFGs, or FFRs on 30 June 1975 by the United States Navy 1975 ship reclassification.
- The 1975 ship reclassification changed the ocean escorts ( DE / DEG ) to frigates ( FF / FFG ) to be in line with other nations'classifications.
- It includes all of the hull classification symbols FF and FFG . Prior to the 1975 ship reclassification, ships that are now classified as FF or FFG were classified as DE or DEG ( destroyer escort ).
- The 1975 ship reclassification of cruisers, frigates, and ocean escorts brought U . S . Navy classifications into line with other nations'classifications, and eliminated the perceived " cruiser gap " with the Soviet Navy.
- ""'Knox "-class frigates "'were United States Navy warships, originally laid down as ocean escorts ( formerly called destroyer escorts ), but were all redesignated as frigates on 30 June 1975 in the USN 1975 ship reclassification and their hull designation changed from DE to FF.
- The United States Navy 1975 ship reclassification of cruisers, frigates, and ocean escorts brought U . S . Navy classifications into line with other nations'classifications, at least cosmetically in terms of terminology, and eliminated the perceived " cruiser gap " with the Soviet Navy by redesignating the former " frigates " as " cruisers ".