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Nose: Brown sugar, rich honey, old fashioned cola and a big burst of fresh citrus brightness, underpinned by baking spice warmth. Polmar, Norman (1983). "Tactical Nuclear Weapons". Proceedings. United States Naval Institute. 109 (7): 125.

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The destroyer USS Agerholm fires an ASROC with a nuclear depth bomb in shot Dominic Swordfish (1962) ASROC 'Matchbox' reload doors are visible in this photograph of the Japanese Asagiri-class destroyer, in 2008. ASROC launch from USS Charles F. Adams, in 1960The 31 U.S. Navy Spruance-class destroyers were all built with the Mark 16 Mod 7 ASROC Launching Group and MK 4 ASROC Weapons Handling System (AWHS) reload system. These had one standard Mark 112 octuple ASROC launcher, located immediately above a reload system holding an additional 16 assembled rounds (two complete reloads of eight missiles apiece). Thus, each Spruance-class destroyer originally carried a maximum total of 24 ASROC. [11]

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a b c Jolie, E.W. (15 September 1978). "A Brief History of US Navy Torpedo Development: ASROC Missile". Maritime . Retrieved 21 June 2013. Asroc" in The New Encyclopædia Britannica. Chicago: Encyclopædia Britannica Inc., 15th edn., 1992, Vol. 1, p. 639. Friedman, Norman (1989). The Naval Institute Guide to World Naval Weapons Systems, 1988–1989. Annapolis, MD, USA: United States Naval Institute Press. p.414. ISBN 0-87021-793-3. The first ASROC system using the MK-112 "Matchbox" launcher was developed in the 1950s and installed in the 1960s. This system was phased out in the 1990s and replaced with the RUM-139 Vertical Launch ASROC, or "VLA". [4] verifyErrors }}{{ message }}{{ /verifyErrors }}{{

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Nose: Brown sugar, rich honey, old fashioned cola and a big burst of fresh citrus brightness, underpinned by baking spice warmth. a b Friedman, Norman (2004). US Destroyers: An Illustrated Design History (Reviseded.). Annapolis: Naval Institute Press. pp.280–287. ISBN 1-55750-442-3. Ships with the Mk 26 GMLS, and late marks of the Mk 10 GMLS aboard the Belknap-class cruisers, could accommodate ASROC in these power-loaded launchers (the Mk 13 GMLS was not able to fire the weapon, as the launcher rail was too short). Operators [ edit ] Map with former RUR-5 operators in red Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Republic of China Navy

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One of the first ASROC installations was on USS Norfolk (DL-1) in 1960. The first large group of ships to receive ASROC were 78 Gearing-class destroyers, modified under the Fleet Rehabilitation and Modernization Mark I program (FRAM I) in the early 1960s. A Mark 112 8-tube ASROC launcher was added along with other major modifications. ASROC reloads were stowed alongside the helicopter hangar and handled by a small crane. [7] [10]

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Most Spruance-class destroyers were later modified to include the Mk 41 VLS, these launchers are capable of carrying a mixture of the RUM-139 VL-ASROC, the Tomahawk TLAM, and other missiles. All of the Spruance destroyers carried two separate quad Harpoon launchers. Other US ships with the Mk 41 can also accommodate VL-ASROC. Former operators [ edit ] Brazilian Navy Royal Canadian Navy - only on Restigouche-class destroyers (after IRE/DELEX modification.) German Navy - only on Lütjens-class destroyers Hellenic Navy Italian Navy - only on Vittorio Veneto using a Mk 10 GMLS launcher (depot for 40 missiles, between RIM-2 Terrier / RIM-67A SM-1ER and ASROC) Mexican Navy Republic of Korea Navy Pakistan Navy Spanish Navy Royal Thai Navy Turkish Navy United States Navy See also [ edit ] a b c Friedman, Norman (May 1997). The Naval Institute Guide to World Naval Weapons Systems, 1997–1998. Annapolis, MD, USA: United States Naval Institute Press. p.668. ISBN 1-55750-268-4. a b c d e f Thomas, Vincent C. The Almanac of Seapower 1987, Navy League of the United States (1987) ISBN 0-9610724-8-2 pp.190–91

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