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Interstellar (2014)
Tilbake Til Fremtiden – Back to the Future (1985)
Tilbake Til Fremtiden 2 – Back to the Future Part II (1989)
Tilbake Til Fremtiden 3 – Back to the Future Part III (1990)
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Danish man who filmed himself burning the Quran charged with blasphemy

Migrant ‘who killed EU official’s daughter’ to be tried as adult after claiming he was

Two Swedish politicians say Trump was right about refugee-fueled crime

You’re wrong Trump! Sweden (Sverigestan) is Flawless!

A rich white CIS male says something incorrect about Sweden, and all of a sudden everybody turns into national exceptionalists.

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Iver Huitfeldt-class frigate

The Iver Huitfeldt class is a three-ship class of frigates that entered service with the Royal Danish Navy in 2012 and 2013.

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The class is built on the experience gained from the Absalon-class support ships, and by reusing the basic hull design of the Absalon class the Royal Danish Navy have been able to construct the Iver Huitfeldt class considerably cheaper than comparable ships.

The frigates are compatible with the Danish Navy’s StanFlex modular mission payload system used in the Absalons, and are designed with slots for six modules. Each of the four stanflex positions on the missile deck is able to accommodate either the Mark 41 8-cell Harpoon launcher module, or the 12-cell Mark 56 ESSM VLS.

The Peter Willemoes passed the British Flag Officer Sea Training test in 2015. 

While the Absalon-class ships are primarily designed for command and support roles, with a large ro-ro deck, the three new Iver Huitfeldt-class frigates will be equipped for an air defence role with Standard Missiles, and the potential to use Tomahawk cruise missiles, a first for the Danish Navy.

Type: Air defence frigate
Displacement: 6,645 tonnes (full load)
Length: 138.7 m (455 ft)
Beam: 19.75 m (64.8 ft)
Draft: 5.3 m (17 ft)
Speed: 30 knots (56 km/h; 35 mph)
Range: 9,300 nautical miles (17,200 km; 10,700 mi) at 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph)
Complement: 165
Crew: 117
Sensors and
processing systems:
  • Thales Nederland SMART-L long-range air and surface surveillance radar
  • 1 Thales Nederland APAR air and surface search, tracking and guidance radar (I band)
  • 1 Terma SCANTER 6000 surveillance and helicopter guidance radar
  • Atlas ASO 94 hull mounted sonar
  • Saab CEROS 200 fire control radars
  • ES-3701 Tactical Radar Electronic Support Measures (ESM)
Electronic warfare
& decoys:
Aircraft carried: 1 × Westland Lynx Mk90B (from 2017 1 x MH-60R )
Aviation facilities: Aft helicopter deck and hangar

The ships were constructed in blocks in Estonia and Lithuania. These blocks were then towed to Odense (Lindø Shipyard) where they were assembled.

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The Absalon Class Frigate

Flyvefisken-class patrol vessel

StanFlex or Standard Flex



North Korean forced labourers had contracted to build Danish inspection ship hull in Polackistan.