תאריך: 08/09/14
מחבר: ליאת קציר

The submarine ins alligator, the fourth tzodlelt in the Navy went towards operational cruise off the coast of the State of Israel. The submarine, Dolphin was advanced in Germany AIP, and will join the fleet of submarine flotilla and fulfill diverse missions of the Navy in the depths. Ins crocodile is the first submarine will arrive within three new submarines purchased to travel from Germany. The flag was replaced in a special ceremony in Kiel, the project team leader, Colonel Sun, Germany military attache, Colonel Eyal Katz as well as shipyard Director, Andreas oramster.

Ins crocodile named after historical model S diver who came to Israel from England in 1959 and decommissioned in 1968. The name alligator is in the book of Isaiah in the Bible, the original Croc was ins from England with another submarine, ins rahav, which decommissioned in 1967.

Ins Gator makes its way to the State of Israel in an operational cruise, secret special, and at the end of a long era in which the submarine personnel worked under the command of Lieutenant Colonel j. nyna and on preparation for entry into operational service in the Navy. The next time the submarine arrives polynomial, the newly built submarines in recent years Haifa base which will contribute to maintaining secrecy and the operational fleet.

Strategic asset: the submarine ins a crocodile on her way to Israel

Keep the submarine passing buildup submarine flotilla and the Israeli Navy in General, towards the new challenges. The submarine will take part in a variety of tasks, the complexity and secrecy that most remain unknown. The new submarine will reach farther, deeper and more firepower than before, and recorded as advocates a strategic asset of the powerful.

From the comments of Senior Corps: “the voyage is long and complex. Making the submarine through the North Sea, and on the way stop at ins Dakar’s sinking and held Memorial Service filled. That we complete a seven-year process since the beginning of the project until the arrival of the first submarine.

Translated from Navy website

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