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The Republic of China Navy (Chinese: 中華民國海軍; pinyin: Zhōnghuá Mínguó Hǎijūn) is the maritime branch of the Armed forces of the Republic of China (Taiwan). The ROC Navy's primary mission is to defend ROC territories and the sea lanes that surround Taiwan against a blockade, attack, or possible invasion by forces of the People's Republic of China. Operations include maritime patrols in the Taiwan Strait and surrounding waters, as well as counter-strike and counter-invasion operations during wartime. The Republic of China Marine Corps functions as a branch of the Navy.

The ship prefix for ROCN combatants is ROCS (Republic of China Ship); an older usage is CNS (Chinese Navy Ship).

Statstics[edit]

List of Ships of the Republic of China Navy[edit]

  • Casa Grande-class Dock Landing Ship (1) - 1984
    • ROCS Chung Cheng (LSD-191)
    • ROCS Chen Hai (LSD-192)
  • Anchorage-class Amphibious Transport Dock (1) - 2000
    • ROCS Hsu Hai (LSD-193)
  • Newport-class Tank Landing Ship (2) - 2001
    • ROCS Chung Ho (LST-232)
    • ROCS Chung Ping (LST-233)
  • Kee Lung-class (Modified Kidd class) Guided Missile Destroyer (6) - 2005
    • ROCS Kee Lung (DDG-1801)
    • ROCS Su Ao (DDG-1802)
    • ROCS Tso Ying (DDG-1803)
    • ROCS Hsin Chu (DDG-1804)
    • ROCS Ma Kong (DDG-1805)
    • ROCS Tai Tung (DDG-1806)
  • Chi Yang-class (Knox class) Frigate (8) - 1993
    • ROCS Chi Yang (FF-932)
    • ROCS Fong Yang (FF-933)
    • ROCS Fen Yang (FF-934)
    • ROCS Lan Yang (FF-935)
    • ROCS Hae Yang (FF-936)
    • ROCS Hwai Yang (FF-937)
    • ROCS Ning Yang (FF-938)
    • ROCS Yi Yang (FF-939)
  • Cheng Kung-class (Modified Oliver Hazard Perry class) Guided Missile Frigate (10) - 1993
    • ROCS Cheng Kung (PFG-1101)
    • ROCS Cheng Ho (PFG-1103)
    • ROCS Chi Kuang (PFG-1105)
    • ROCS Yue Fei (PFG-1106)
    • ROCS Tzu I (PFG-1107)
    • ROCS Pan Chao (PFG-1108)
    • ROCS Chang Chien (PFG-1109)
    • ROCS Tian Dan (PFG-1110)
    • ROCS Fengjia (PFG-1112)
    • ROCS Ming-chuan (PFG-1115)
  • Kang Ding-class (Modified La Fayette class) Guided Missile Frigate (8) - 1996
    • ROCS Kang Ding (FFG-1202)
    • ROCS Si Ning (FFG-1203)
    • ROCS Canton (FFG-1204)
    • ROCS Wu Chang (FFG-1205)
    • ROCS Di Hua (FFG-1206)
    • ROCS Kun Ming (FFG-1207)
    • ROCS Chen De (FFG-1208)
    • ROCS Liao Yuan (FFG-1209)
  • Tuo Chiang-class Corvette (1, 11 UC) - 2014
    • ROCS Tuo Chiang (PGG-618)
    • ROCS Unnamed (PGG-619)
    • ROCS Unnamed (PGG-620)
    • ROCS Unnamed (PGG-621)
    • ROCS Unnamed (PGG-622)
    • ROCS Unnamed (PGG-623)
    • ROCS Unnamed (PGG-624)
    • ROCS Unnamed (PGG-625)
    • ROCS Unnamed (PGG-626)
    • ROCS Unnamed (PGG-627)
    • ROCS Unnamed (PGG-628)
    • ROCS Unnamed (PGG-629)
  • Hai Lung-class (Zwaardvis class) Attack Submarine (4) - 1987
    • ROCS Hai Lung (SS-793)
    • ROCS Hai Hu (SS-794)
    • ROCS Hai Niu (SSK-795)
    • ROCS Hai Chi (SSK-796)
  • Hai Sheli-class Hunter-Killer Submarine (4) - 2012
    • ROCS Hai Sheli (SSK-797)
    • ROCS Hai Mao (SSK-798)
    • ROCS Hai Shih (SS-799)
    • ROCS Hai Pao (SS-800)
  • Yuen Feng-class Transport (1) - 1982
    • ROCS Yuen Feng (AP-524)
  • Wu Yi-class Oiler (1) - 1990
    • ROCS Wu Yi (AOE-530)
  • Pan Shi-class Fast Combat Support Ship (1) - 2015
  • Yung Yang-class (Aggressive class) Minesweeper (4) - 1994
    • ROCS Yung Yang (MSO-1306)
    • ROCS Yung Tzu (MSO-1307)
    • ROCS Yung Ku (MSO-1308)
    • ROCS Yung Teh (MSO-1309)
  • Ching Chiang-class Patrol Ship (15) - 1994
    • ROCS Jing Chiang (PG-603)
    • ROCS Yueh Chiang (PG-604)
    • ROCS Dang Chiang (PG-605)
    • ROCS Sing Chiang (PG-606)
    • ROCS Feng Chiang (PG-607)
    • ROCS Tzeng Chiang (PG-608)
    • ROCS Kao Chiang (PG-609)
    • ROCS Jin Chiang (PG-610)
    • ROCS Hsiang Chiang (PG-611)
    • ROCS Tze Chiang (PG-612)
    • ROCS Po Chiang (PG-613)
    • ROCS Tian Chiang (PG-614)
    • ROCS Chang Chiang (PG-615)
    • ROCS Gin Chiang (PG-616)
    • ROCS Chu Chiang (PG-617)
  • Kuang Hua VI-class missile boat (30) - 2003
    • ROCS FACG-60
    • ROCS FACG-61
    • ROCS FACG-62
    • ROCS FACG-63
    • ROCS FACG-64
    • ROCS FACG-65
    • ROCS FACG-66
    • ROCS FACG-67
    • ROCS FACG-68
    • ROCS FACG-69
    • ROCS FACG-70
    • ROCS FACG-71
    • ROCS FACG-72
    • ROCS FACG-73
    • ROCS FACG-74
    • ROCS FACG-75
    • ROCS FACG-76
    • ROCS FACG-77
    • ROCS FACG-78
    • ROCS FACG-79
    • ROCS FACG-80
    • ROCS FACG-81
    • ROCS FACG-82
    • ROCS FACG-83
    • ROCS FACG-84
    • ROCS FACG-85
    • ROCS FACG-86
    • ROCS FACG-87
    • ROCS FACG-88
    • ROCS FACG-89
    • ROCS FACG-90
    • ROCS FACG-91
    • ROCS FACG-92
    • ROCS FACG-93

Planned Acquisitions[edit]

  • The Republic of China Navy plans to construct six new minehunters to supplement the Yung Yang-class.
  • The ROCN plans to purchase four ex-USN Oliver Hazard Perry-class FFGs by 2015.
  • The ROCN is constructing twelve Hsun Hai-class stealth corvettes.
  • The ROCN is developing an AIP equipped diesel-electric submarine with plans to construct eight of them to replace the Tench and Zwaardis-class submarines.
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