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Almirante Clemente-class destroyer and D33

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Difference between Almirante Clemente-class destroyer and D33

Almirante Clemente-class destroyer vs. D33

The Almirante Clemente class of destroyer escorts is a class of warships built for several countries. The class was designed by Luigi Ansaldo Ficantieri for the Venezuelan Naval Forces, currently Venezuelan Navy, in the 1950s to complement its ''Nueva Esparta'' class destroyer. The Venezuelan Navy has 2 out of 6 ships originally ordered, and Portugal, Algeria, and Indonesia each have 2 ships of this design. In the Portuguese navy, these ships are referred as patrol boats. In the 1950s Venezuelan Navy, the ships were classified as DLV (Destroyer Light Vessel) or light destroyers, in the 1980s were reclassified as ASW frigate, and are currently classified as coast guard vessels. D33, D.33 or D-33 may refer to.

Similarities between Almirante Clemente-class destroyer and D33

Almirante Clemente-class destroyer and D33 have 0 things in common (in Unionpedia).

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Almirante Clemente-class destroyer and D33 Comparison

Almirante Clemente-class destroyer has 29 relations, while D33 has 7. As they have in common 0, the Jaccard index is 0.00% = 0 / (29 + 7).

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