7 T-AGOS 25 Projects are Ready to Be Done by Austal USA, And Here Are the Preparations…

WorldTekhno.comThe project for the construction of seven T-AGOS 25 class Auxiliary General Ocean Surveillance Ships with a contract value of US$3.295 million was won by Austal USA.

The T-AGOS 25 serves as a platform capable of performing passive and active surveillance in the anti-submarine role and supports the Integrated Undersea Surveillance System (IUSS) mission The T-AGOS 25 plays an important role in supporting the Fleet’s Atlantic and Pacific anti-submarine warfare missions. This ship is operated by the United States Military Sealift Command (USMSC).

For the TAGOS-25 shipbuilding process, Austal USA will use a process with an innovative production method that combines lean production and modular construction principles.

The length of the TAGOS-25 ship is 110 m long by adopting the Small w Waterplane Area Twin Hull (SWATH) model steel design.

The construction work will be carried out at Austal’s newly constructed steel shipbuilding facility in Mobile, Alabama.

To work on this project, Austal USA collaborated with L3Harris Technologies (L3Harris), Noise Control Engineering (NCE), TAI Engineering (TAI) and Thoma-Sea Marine Constructors (TMC).

In addition to working on the T-AGOS-25 project, Austal USA is also currently building the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) and the U.S. Navy’s Expeditionary Fast Transport (EFT).***

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