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German submarine U35 damages X-rudder off Norway

first_img Share this article Authorities View post tag: Type 212A View post tag: German Navy View post tag: TKMS Back to overview,Home naval-today German submarine U35 damages X-rudder off Norway center_img October 19, 2017 The German Navy’s fifth Type 212A submarine ‘U35’ has damaged one of the blades on her X-shaped rudder during deepwater tests off the coast of Norway.The U35 is now at the TyssenKrupp Marine Systems (TKMS) shipyard in Kiel where it is being assessed for damages.According to the German Navy, the accident happened on October 15 while the U35 was conducting tests in the challenging waters off the coast of Kristiansand.With the U35 out of the water for assessments, the German Navy now has no fully operational submarines at its disposal. Four out of six submarines in the fleet are at the Kiel shipyard for various repairs and overhauls.The German Navy expects to have three to four operational submarines from mid-2018.The limited availability of submarines was caused by a lack of spare parts due to budget constraints, the navy said.The U35 was commissioned into the navy on March 23, 2015, as the first improved Type 212A submarine specifically optimized for deployments around the world. The boat has a bigger reservoir, improved air-conditioning and a new combat system.By: Faris Pasić View post tag: U35 German submarine U35 damages X-rudder off Norwaylast_img read more

Yobo Puts NPFL Deal on Hold

first_imgFIFA President, Gianni Infantino, on Monday unveiled for Super Eagles Captain, Joseph Yobo, as the Brand Ambassador of Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL).The former Nigerian international has however put his appearance in NPFL games on hold for now.At the corporate dinner held in honour of Infantino during his two-day visit to Nigeria, he presented an NPFL customised jersey to Yobo. This will make the nation’s first football centurion the first ever ambassador of the NPFL. Meanwhile, the 101-capped ex-international had to put some projects on hold to consummate the NPFL ambassadorial role.He believes it is his own way of aiding the growth of football in Nigeria.“When this came up, I had many offers from Nigeria and abroad. I had to put them on hold. I had to do this because I believe in the Nigerian project. There is no place like home. Anything that will help protect the future of Nigerian football is okay by me. And this deal will help boost the Nigerian league which is the main source of discovering talents for the national team”, Yobo said glowingly of the NPFL.“The NPFL is going places. I am particularly excited with the LaLiga partnership. There are many innovations that have made the league much better than what we had in the past.”The former Everton and Fenerbahce defender is particularly excited that NPFL teams can now look forward to winning away matches without threats of violence from the home teams.“I like the fact that teams can now aspire to win matches anywhere, home or away. I hope my involvement will even make the league better,” he concluded.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more