Lübeck (F 224)

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Lübeck (F224)
Cologne class
Frigate Lübeck (F 224) in 1975 in the Bay of Biscay
Frigate Lübeck (F 224) in 1975 in the Bay of Biscay
Type Escort boat, later frigate

HC Stülcken son

Keel laying October 28, 1959
Launch July 26, 1960
Namesake City of Lübeck
Commissioning July 6, 1963
Decommissioning December 1, 1988
home port Wilhelmshaven
Whereabouts sold to the Turkish Navy as a spare parts carrier
Technical specifications
See: Main page of the class
Callsign / identifier

DBSI + DRAO / F 224


2nd escort squadron , later 2nd frigate squadron

DEU Luebeck COA.svg

The Lübeck was a frigate of the German Navy and a fifth unit of the F120 class , also Cologne class. She was the third ship that was named after the Hanseatic city of Lübeck in a German Navy.

Predecessors were the Radkorvette Lübeck of the Reichsflotte and the small cruiser of the Imperial Navy Lübeck .

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