December 2009
Naval Forces;2009, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p84
The article features the Spanish amphibious assault ship, Juan Carlos I. It cites a brief history that led to the creation of the ship. It provides information on the specifications and the internal arrangement of the ship. It discusses its propulsion system and its maneuverability in specific loads. It states that the ship will be configured to four basic missions which include amphibious operations, fleet projection, humanitarian aid operations and combined development with the army.


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