ISLE OF MAN D-DAY issues 2019

About D-Day 75
To mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the Isle of Man Post Office is privileged to issue a new set of stamps, a dedicated collection honouring all the Manx men and women involved in the historic landings. Our set is a special 'stamp on stamp' design and includes the artwork from our 1994 collection.
Codenamed Operation Overlord, the battle began on 6th June 1944, also known as D-Day, when some 156,000 American, British and Canadian forces landed on five beaches along a 50-mile stretch of the heavily fortified coast of France's Normandy region. The invasion was one of the largest amphibious military assaults in history the Normandy beach landings.
This stamp-on-stamp presentation, derived from our 50th Anniversary of D Day 1994 commemorative issue depicts the most prominent military leaders of the Allied Forces who formulated plans which marked the start of a long and costly campaign to liberate north-west Europe from German occupation.

The Commanders featured on the stamps are:
General Dwight D. Eisenhower, US Army, Supreme Commander Allied Expeditionary Forces (SHAEF).
Air Chief Marshall Sir Arthur Tedder RAF, Deputy Supreme Allied Commander.
Lt-Gen Omar Bradley, US Army, Commander 1st US Army.
General Sir Bernard Montgomery, British Army, Commander 21st Army Group.
Major General Walter Bedell Smith, US Army, Chief of Staff.
Admiral Sir Bertram Ramsey, Royal Navy, Commander Allied Naval Expeditionary Force.
Air Chief Marshall Sir Trafford Leigh-Mallory, Royal Air Force, Commander in Chief, Allied Expeditionary Air Force and also in command of the landing phase for Operation Overlord.
Lt-Gen Sir Miles Dempsey, Commander 2nd British Army.

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The ships depict which are also depicted on 1994 issues, on the 1st stamp are the:
The left stamp of the se-tenant stamp shows the BEN-MY-CHREE : viewtopic.php?f=2&t=7611
Also, are depict some landing craft in the foreground which are not identified.
The right stamp shows from the top the VICTORIA: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=10494
LADY OF MAN: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=6022
HMS WARSPITE, shown on the bottom in the right corner: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=9921
The landing crafts have not been identified.
The EU stamp shows also on the right stamp landing craft and cargo vessels which have not been identified.

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ILYA MUROMETS icebreaker

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ILYA MUROMETS icebreaker

Postby aukepalmhof » Mon Feb 11, 2019 8:26 pm

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Built as a tug, icebreaker and supply vessel under yard No 02470 by the Admiralty Shipyard, Saint Petersburg, Russia for the Russian Navy.
23 April 2015 laid down.
10 June 2016 launched as the ILYA MUROMETS.
Displacement: 6,000 ton, tonnage 5,202 grt, 1,820 dwt, dim. 85 x 20 x 9.2m, draught 7m.
Powered diesel electric by 4 Wärtsilä 6I.32 each 3,000 kW engines, twin shafts, speed 15 knots.
Range: 12,000 mile.
Cargo capacity 500 ton in containers.
Crew 32.
Fitted out with a helideck.
30 November 2017 commissioned.

ILYA MUROMETS; also referred to as Project 21180 is a Russian icebreaker. The vessel was built by Admiralty Shipyard in Saint Petersburg and commissioned on 30 November 2017. She is the first icebreaker built for the Russian Navy in almost 40 years.

Development and construction
In March 2014, the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation announced that the Russian Navy would receive a new auxiliary icebreaker as part of the ongoing fleet renewal program. The vessel, designed by the Russian Vympel Design Bureau as Project 21180 would be the first new military icebreaker built in Russia since the Soviet era.
The construction of the new auxiliary icebreaker was awarded to Saint Petersburg-based Admiralty Shipyard. The keel of the vessel was laid on 23 April 2015 and she was launched as ILYA MUROMETS on 10 June 2016.[3] After completing sea trials, the vessel was officially delivered to the Russian Navy in a flag-raising ceremony on 30 November 2017.[4]
ILYA MUROMETS is the fourth icebreaker named after the Russian folk hero: the first was a 1915-built steam-powered icebreaker later captured by the French; the second a 1941-built steam-powered icebreaker acquired from Germany as war reparations; the third a 1965-built diesel-electric Project 97K icebreaker.
While initially the 6,000-ton ILYA MUROMETS was intended to be the lead ship of a series of four icebreakers, the Ministry of Defence decided not to begin the serial production of the Project 21180 due to high cost of the vessels. Instead, it will focus on building three smaller Project 21180M icebreakers with about two thirds of the displacement and more limited functionality compared to the bigger vessel. The keel of the smaller icebreaker will be laid at Almaz Shipbuilding Company on 12 December 2018.

Design
Although the 6,000-ton ILYA MUROMETS is the largest icebreaker ever built for the Russian Navy, she is somewhat smaller than the civilian icebreakers operated by Atomflot, Rosmorport and Sovcomflot. In terms of size and general layout, the 85-metre (279 ft) vessel is comparable to the civilian Project MPSV06 multi-purpose salvage vessels with a working deck aft, deckhouse amidships and a helideck rated for Kamov Ka-27 helicopter. Like her civilian counterparts, ILYA MUROMETS is also equipped with a towing winch and stern notch for escorting other ships in ice conditions. She is served by a crew of 32 but can carry up to 50 marines in full combat gear.
ILYA MUROMETS is fitted for but not with various weapon systems in service in the Russian Navy. She can reportedly be equipped with several types of cannons, including the six-barreled 30 mm AK-630, and also carry the containerized Club-K cruise missiles in her cargo hold.
Like most icebreakers today, ILYA MUROMETS has an integrated diesel-electric propulsion system where the main generators provide electricity for both propulsion and auxiliary systems. The vessel's power plant consists of four 3,000-kilowatt (4,000 hp) 6-cylinder Wärtsilä 6L32 medium-speed diesel generating sets. ILYA MUROMETS is one of the few ice-going vessels propelled by contra-rotating propellers: the vessel has two electrically-driven 3,500-kilowatt (4,700 hp) Steerprop SP120CRP ECO azimuthing Z-drive propulsion units with five blades on the pulling and four blades on the pushing propeller. This configuration provides higher propulsion efficiency at a cost of added mechanical complexity. In addition, the vessel has a bow thruster for maneuvering
ILYA MUROMETS is classified by the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. Her ice class, Icebreaker6, requires the vessel to be capable of operating in level ice with a thickness of 1 metre (3.3 ft) in a continuous motion and her hull strengthened for navigation in non-Arctic waters where ice can be up to 1.5 metres (5 ft) thick.

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