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The Danish navy’s most advanced corvette, Iver Huitfeldt, experienced a number of issues during a campaign in the Red Sea. According to Denmark’s OLFI newspaper, Lieutenant Colonel Sune Lund, commander of the corvette, sent an internal message to superiors detailing these problems.

Iver Huitfeldt is part of a class of anti-aircraft defense ships that were put into service in 2011 and are the most modern warships of the Danish navy. During the mission, the corvette encountered problems with its APAR radar specialized in fire control and the C-Flex combat management system, which prevented it from firing long-range air defense missiles within 30 minutes. Additionally, the 76 mm artillery shells on board were damaged during the mission.

Lieutenant Colonel Lund expressed concern over the safety implications of using unstable shells in the warship’s ammunition depot. The Danish Ministry of Defense has initiated an investigation into the corvette’s combat activities in the Red Sea, but has not confirmed the details reported by the media.

This incident with Iver Huitfeldt is not unique in European naval history as Germany’s advanced missile guard ship Sachsen experienced a misfire when it launched missiles at a suspicious UAV, resulting in a costly mistake. These instances highlight

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