DSME unveils its Missile Surface Corvette (MSC) at DSA 2014

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DSA 2014 Naval News - DSME Missile Surface Corvette
 
 
 
DSME unveils its Missile Surface Corvette (MSC) at DSA 2014
 
At DSA 2014, the 14th Defence Services Asia Exhibition and Conference currently held in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Korean shipbuilder DSME introduces for the first time its Missile Surface Corvette (MSC). Navy Recognition learned during DSA 2014 that DSME teamed with a local partner to answer an RFI from the Royal Malaysian Navy for a small displacement corvette.
     
At DSA 2014, the 14th Defence Services Asia Exhibition and Conference currently held in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Korean shipbuilder DSME introduces for the first time its Missile Surface Corvette (MSC). Navy Recognition learned during DSA 2014 that DSME teamed with a local partner to answer an RFI from the Royal Malaysian Navy for a small displacement corvette.
DSME introduces the Missile Surface Corvette at DSA 2014
     
The MSC model shown at DSA 2014 is fitted with a 76mm Oto Melara main gun, 4x Kongsberg NSM anti-ship missiles, 2x MSI 30mm guns located aft, and several South Korean made sensors, most of them from Samsung Thales.

DSME representatives at the trade show stressed however that configuration is just a suggestion and that they are ready to adapt according to customer requirements.
     
At DSA 2014, the 14th Defence Services Asia Exhibition and Conference currently held in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Korean shipbuilder DSME introduces for the first time its Missile Surface Corvette (MSC). Navy Recognition learned during DSA 2014 that DSME teamed with a local partner to answer an RFI from the Royal Malaysian Navy for a small displacement corvette.
DSME's MSC has a length of about 85.5 meters
     
DSME's MSC has a length of about 85.5 meters, a breadth of 12.9 meters, a draft of 3.8 meters for a displacement of about 1,800 tons.

The MSC crew consists of 60 sailors. Its top speed is 26 knots and endurance in excess of 20 days.
     
At DSA 2014, the 14th Defence Services Asia Exhibition and Conference currently held in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Korean shipbuilder DSME introduces for the first time its Missile Surface Corvette (MSC). Navy Recognition learned during DSA 2014 that DSME teamed with a local partner to answer an RFI from the Royal Malaysian Navy for a small displacement corvette.
DSME is also showing at DSA the DW3000 Frigate in Royal Thai Navy configuration
     
DSME is also showing at DSA the DW3000 Frigate selected by the Royal Thai Navy. Thailand recently ordered two units of this class of ship from DSME to be delivered in 2018 and 2020. The displacement is about 3,700 tons.
     
 

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