The FGS Langeoog.

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April 26, 2018

This week the recycling has started of the German naval ship the FGS Langeoog. After the removal of masts used for communications the vessel was ready for the following fase. With the use of the Missing Link the in 1968 build tugboat, which was mostly used for salvaging, has been successfully pulled on shore so that she can be disassembled. Once on shore the hull will be cut in pieces and pre-segregated.

With a length of 52 meters and a width of 12 meters worth of 798 Gross Tonnes of steel make the FGS Langeoog a ship of the larger kind. Once a air defence- and command fregat which could also be used to fight starting fires is now material deserving a second life.And with the segregation of materials and the reconditioning of useful parts this will surely be the case.

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