October 2005
Naval Forces;Special Issue 2005, p62
Presents data concerning the warships of Sweden. Corvettes; Armament; Ship's name and launching; Builder; Sensors and electronic; Key specifications; Auxiliary vessels; Landing vessels; Submarines; Small fighting vessels.


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