The remains of the Libyan fleet in Tripoli

On the Turkish site www.turkishny.com January 6, 2012 there was a little photo essay depicting located at the naval base in Tripoli survivors or the disabled warships Libya.

During the NATO campaign against Gaddafi's government the British Royal Air Force twice attacked by Gaddafi under the control of ships and boats of the Navy in Tripoli, Libya. Evening May 19, 2011 British Tornado fighter-bombers GR.4A Brimstone guided missiles severely damaged frigate Al Ghardabia (tail number "213") and the Russian project 1159TR sunk or seriously damaged three missile boats of the type La Combattante IIG French-built, one of which one hundred percent submerged, and the two remained in the waterlogged condition. In the process of re-raid on the night of August 9, Tornado fighter-bombers GR.4A 617 Squadron finished off guard ship Al Ghardabia direct hit from a 500-pound guided bombs Paveway IV, with the result that the ship capsized to port and sank off the wall. It must be emphasized that Al Ghardabia, the known data, and so was in a state of disrepair and did not go out to sea in 2007.

Judging by the photo report and the known disk imaging, as a result of Navy ships Libya in Tripoli survived two large amphibious ships such as Ibn Ouf French-built, two missile boats of the type La Combattante IIG, a sea mine project 266ME, several patrol and two landing craft and rescue vessel Al Munjed Yugoslav construction. Among other Navy ships Libya, from the known data, remained occupied by rebels in Benghazi in February 2011, the watchdog ship Al Hani (onboard number "212") of the project 1159TR, small missile ship Tariq Ibn Ziyaad (tail number "416") of the project 1234E and sea mine-Rass Al Massad (board No. "123") Project 266ME, and one missile boat such as La Combattante IIG, two missile boats 205ER project and several patrol boats (maybe list is not exhaustive). Uncertain fate was in the port of Misrata out of whack small missile ship Ain Zaara (tail number "418") of the project 1234E (according to some reports, he was killed as a result of NATO air strike in the evening on May 19.)

The remains of the Libyan fleet in Tripoli

Libyan missile boat Sharara (tail number "518"), a French-built type La Combattante IIG, heavily warped as a result of rocket hit Brimstone 19.05.2011. Tripoli (c) www.turkishny.com

The remains of the Libyan fleet in Tripoli

Libyan missile boats such as French-built La Combattante IIG, the disabled as a result of rockets hit Brimstone 19.05.2011. In the background is heavily warped Sharara (tail number "518"), in front of the berth — almost completely submerged unspecified same type of boat. Tripoli (C) www.turkishny.com

The remains of the Libyan fleet in Tripoli

Libyan missile boat Wahg (presumably, board room, apparently, "524"), a French-built type La Combattante IIG, sunk as a result of rocket hit Brimstone 19.05.2011. Tripoli. On the reverse side of the pier is a large landing ship of Ibn Ouf French-built (with) www.turkishny.com

The remains of the Libyan fleet in Tripoli
The remains of the Libyan fleet in Tripoli

Overturned and sank against the wall as a result of falling bombs guided Paveway IV 09.08.2011 Libyan patrol ship Al Ghardabia (board room "213") Russian construction project 1159TR. Tripoli (c) www.turkishny.com

The remains of the Libyan fleet in Tripoli

Libyan sea mine project 266ME Russian patrol boats and buildings in Tripoli. In the background, body guard vessel capsized Al Ghardabia (a) www.turkishny.com

The remains of the Libyan fleet in Tripoli
The remains of the Libyan fleet in Tripoli
The remains of the Libyan fleet in Tripoli
The remains of the Libyan fleet in Tripoli
The remains of the Libyan fleet in Tripoli
The remains of the Libyan fleet in Tripoli
The remains of the Libyan fleet in Tripoli

Destroyed as a result of NATO air strikes coastal base in Tripoli destroyed coastal mobile antiship missile s
ystems "Frontier-E"

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