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HNoMS Trondheim (F302)
The Norwegian frigate KNM Trondheim (F302) entering Port Everglades, Florida (USA), in 1993. The Trondheim was assigned to NATO's Standing Naval Force Atlantic.
Norwegian frigate Trondheim entering Port Everglades, Florida, in 1993.
Career (Norway)
Name: Trondheim
Ordered: 1960
Launched: 4 September 1964
Commissioned: 2 June 1966
Decommissioned: June 2006
Identification: F302
General characteristics
Class & type: Oslo-class frigate
Displacement:
  • 1,735 long tons (1,763 t) standard
  • 2,100 long tons (2,134 t) full load
Length: 96.6 m (316 ft 11 in)
Beam: 11.2 m (36 ft 9 in)
Draft: 5.5 m (18 ft 1 in)
Propulsion: Twin steam boilers, one high pressure and one low pressure steam turbine, 20,000 hp (14,914 kW)
Speed: 25 knots (29 mph; 46 km/h)
Range: 3,900 nautical miles at 15 knots (7,200 km at 28 km/h)
Complement: 120 (129 max) officers and men
Sensors and
processing systems:
  • Siemens/Plessey AWS-9 long range air search radar
  • Racal DeccaTM 1226 surface search radar in I band
  • Kongsberg MSI-90(U) tracking and fire control system
  • Raytheon Mk 95; I/J-band search and track radar for Sea Sparrow
  • Medium frequency Thomson-CSF Sintra/Simrad TSM 2633 combined hull and VDS active sonar
  • High frequency Terne III active sonar
Electronic warfare
& decoys:
4 × Mark 36 SRBOC chaff launchers ESM: AR 700 suite
Armament:

HNoMS Trondheim (pennant number F302) was an Oslo-class frigate of the Royal Norwegian Navy.

Service history[]

On 17 March 2006 at 20:10 CET, Trondheim ran aground off Lines island in Sør-Trøndelag. No injuries among the 121-man crew were reported. The incident was reported from the ship itself, and at 20:30 it came loose again. Water flooded two compartments (paint storage and forward pump room) of the ship. The compartments were sealed and three ships were sent to assist the frigate.[1] The frigate was towed to port in Bergen by the coast guard vessel KV Tromsø.[2]

HNoMS Trondheim was used after decommissioning as a target ship. On 5 June 2013, she was severely damaged in a test of the Norwegian-designed Naval Strike Missile system off the coast of the island Andøya.[3]

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