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NAVAL ENGINEERING DIVISION

Manille Consolidated Maritime (MCM), is Iverica's largest manufacturer of civil and military maritime vessels. It is headquartered in Manille, Nou Stille with several main offices and facilities in Porto Altaria, Intreimor, and Porto del Norte.

Founded in 1750 by Francisco Da Costa, MCM began as Da Costa Shipwrights & Supply, rebranding and merging with other shipbuilding and outfitting companies over its long history. In 1930, MCM partnered with the Toledo Group, cementing its position as one of the region's largest and most productive shipbuilding companies.

Apart from assembling and outfitting vessels, MCM also produces specialised equipment for both civil and military use. Its most popular systems include the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defence System, SONAR, RADAR, Ship-board communications systems, and navigation systems.

 

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República Class

Hybrid Carrier

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The República class hybrid carrier is a medium carrier/amphibious assault ship. It combines a significant aircraft complement with the well-dock (hangar for amphibious vehicles) typical of an AAS.

It is primarily a short take off (STOBAR) carrier but carries slots for the instalment of catapults (CATOBAR). The two island superstructures serve as aircraft and landing craft control respectively but are capable of accomplishing both roles individually. The well-dock is a submersible bay located at the stern which is capable of launching a landing task force. If necessary, the vehicle bay can serve as an additional aircraft hangar.

Two features were added as of 2015. The first was a replacement of deck plating around the jet blast deflectors with heat-proof high-tensile ceramic. The second included the addition of a more bulbous bow

Type:    Aircraft carrier/Amphibious Assault Ship

Unit Cost: $5.5 Billion (NS Units)// Number Built: 2

Dimensions
Displacement: 78,400 metric tons (70,000 long tones)
Length: 300 m (985 ft)
Beam:    
39 m (128 ft) waterline
73 m (240 ft) overall

Draught:    11 m (36 ft)
Decks:    16,000 m2 (170,000 sq ft) 9 decks beneath flight deck with air-hangar covering sections of two decks, and amphibious hangar covering an additional two

Power & Propulsion

Installed power:    
2 × Spano-Suisa (THI) Torres MT30 36 MW (50,000 hp) gas turbine engine
4 × MCM 38 marine diesel engines (4 × 16V38 11.6 MW or 15,600 hp)

Propulsion:    
Full integrated electric propulsion
4 × Converteam 24 MW (32,500 hp) Advanced Induction Motors
4 × shafts; fixed pitch propellers
Speed:    In excess of 28 knots (51.8 km/h; 32.2 mph)
Range:    12,000 nautical miles (22,224 km; 13,809 mi)

Personnel Complement
Troops:    1800 marines or auxiliary personnel (including berths)
Complement:    679 crew, not including air element; total berths for up to 1,100 crew

Landing Craft:  
3 Landing Craft Air Cushion or
2 Landing Craft Utility
12 Landing Craft Mechanized (AAV/LAV)

Electronics Systems
Sensors and processing systems:    
S1850M long-range radar
Type 997 Artisan 3D medium, T-997L long-range (and surface search) radar, T-1000 Air-Search Radar, AN/SPQ-9B target acquisition radar, AN/SPN-46 air traffic control radars, AN/SPN-41 landing aid radars
4 × Mk 91 NSSM guidance systems
FOREL Series 2500 Electro-Optical System
Glide Path Camera (GPC)

ANCILE Ballistic Missile Defence System

Electronic warfare & decoys:    
AN/SLQ-32A(V)4 Countermeasures suite
Countermeasures including flare, chaff, and buoy decoys for torpedos


Armament    
CIWS: 3 × Phalanx
Guns: 4x 30-mm DS30M Mk2 guns; 4x 12.7mm HMG
SAM: 4 x launchers: RIM-162 Maya-Gorrión RAM

Aviation
Aircraft carried:    
Carrier Air Wing of up to 50 aircraft (60  at full complement)
SeT-91C/SeT-91CA
SeT/TA-201 (only with CATOBAR installed)
SUR-31 Cavall
SAR-26 Barracuda
SAR-24 Cérvol
CP-2 Búfalo

Various auxiliary aircraft (AWACS, utility, amphibious, anti-mine, reconnaissance, electronic warfare, anti-submarine, etc.)


Aviation facilities:    
Large flight deck with ski jump (CATOBAR optional)
Hangar deck
Three aircraft lifts
Notes:    Capable of carrying more than 70 aircraft if amphibious deck is cleared

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As of This Refit- 10th of July, 2018, the following changes have been implemented on the República class carriers:

República Flight III:

  • 3x Gatling CIWS and  4x RAM CIWS replaced with an integrated system (3 units (Kashtan)
  • Installation of 4x Naval Nuclear Reactors (awaiting final development and installation)
  • Installation of Bow Thruster
  • MASS softkill system
  • Installation of 2 more catapults (4 total), 2 catapults work as hybrids with the ski-jump which has remained in case of catapult failure
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