Oliver Perry Class Ffg Parts

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NIIN
0-190-247 V Belt
005290344
00&131RED Indicator Light
001488031
00-003-742-4-425 Tapered Roller Bearing
008129523
00-4825 Refrigeration Compressor Unit
001976806
00-8016-020-000-337 Electr Receptacle Connector Body
010792520
00-8016-090-296-105 Electrical Receptacle Connector
010335985
00-8016-090-296-707 Electrical Receptacle Connector
010335985
00-8016-090-296-707R-S-1-S-1 Electrical Receptacle Connector
010335985
00-94-37 Fuel And Oil Servicing Nozzle
009024642
000-8004-021 Film Fixed Resistor
001528442
000-8005-253 Tube To Hose Straight Adapter
010125660
0000013-878 Diode Semiconductor Device
004506361
00008587116602 Drinking Fountain Bubbler
003253181
00013200MG O-ring
002420701
0002722 Incandescent Lamp
002671167
00043 Test Lead Set
011478587
000651-2074 Vehicular Universal Joint Spider
005081566
00077 BARREL ST 1 FLANGE ST Metallic Eyelet
000454680
00112 Bonding Kit
008827073
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Oliver Perry Class Ffg

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USS Oliver Hazard Perry (FFG-7), lead ship of the Oliver Hazard Perry class of guided-missile frigates, was named for Oliver Hazard Perry, American naval hero, who was victorious at the 1813 Battle of Lake Erie. Oliver Hazard Perry (FFG-7) was the first ship and, as of 2015, the only ship of that name in the U.S. Navy. Oliver Hazard Perry was in service from 1977 to 1997 and was scrapped in 2005.

The class was originally intended as austere 'low' category guided missile frigates (compared with the high capability Spruance class) for General Purpose and Anti-Air convoy escort. They were built under a cloud of controversy, with their very light gun armament and lack of redundancy and duplicated systems in event of ship being hit. They were regarded by the Reagan administration and Secretary John Lehman as not part of the 500 ship navy plan, but ultimately proved useful as anti-submarine ships if fitted to carry Seahawks and towed arrays and in the 21C as low grade patrol ships making up the numbers in a USN desperately short of escorts.

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