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posted on Apr, 11 2005 @ 08:22 PM
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Below is the complete PLAN navy as of 2005 including every ship... it's model number, it's category number and side numbers.

I have also included reference pictures where I could find them

Training ship (5448T)
the Dalian naval vessel institute, national defense mobilization ship (9500T)



the Dalian naval vessel institute 105 Jinan number guided-missile destroyer 051A (Lyuda II)



the North Sea fleet 106 Xi'an number guided-missile destroyer 051 (Lyuda I) the North Sea fleet 107 Yinchuan number guided-missile destroyer □051 (Lyuda I)
the North Sea fleet 108 Xining number guided-missile destroyer □051 (Lyuda I)
the North Sea fleet 109 operates the title guided-missile destroyer □051 (Lyuda I)
North Sea fleet 110 big hyphen guided-missile destroyer □051A (Lyuda II)



North Sea fleet 112 Harbin number guided-missile destroyer □052 (travel Shanghai)
North Sea fleet 113 Qingdao number guided-missile destroyer □052 (travel Shanghai)



North Sea fleet 114? 115 Shijiazhuang number guided-missile destroyer 051C North Sea fleet 116 guided-missile destroyer 051C



North Sea fleet 131 Nanjing number guided-missile destroyer □051 (Lyuda I)
East China Sea Fleet 132 Hefei number guided-missile destroyer □051 (Lyuda I)
East China Sea Fleet 133 Chongqing number guided-missile destroyer □051 (Lyuda I)
East China Sea Fleet 134 Zunyi number guided-missile destroyer □051 (Lyuda I)



East China Sea Fleet 136 Hangzhou number guidedmissile destroyer 956 (modern level) □
East China Sea Fleet 137 Fuzhou number guided-missile destroyer 956 (modern level)
East China Sea Fleet 138 □□guided-missile destroyer 956 (modern level)
East China Sea Fleet 139 □□guided-missile destroyer 956 (modern level)



East China Sea Fleet 160 accidents, Discards 161 Changsha number guided-missile destroyer 051 (Lyuda I)
South China Sea fleet 162 Nanning number guided-missile destroyer 051 (Lyuda I)
South China Sea fleet 163 Nanchang number guided-missile destroyer 051 (Lyuda I)
South China Sea fleet 164 Guilin number guided-missile destroyer 051 (Lyuda I)



South China Sea fleet 165 Zhanjiang number guided-missile destroyer 051A (Lyuda III)
South China Sea fleet 166 Zhuhai number guided-missile destroyer 051A (Lyuda III)



South China Sea fleet 167 Shenzhen number guided-missile destroyer 051B (travel sea)



South China Sea fleet 168 Guangzhou number guided-missile destroyer 052B South China Sea fleet □□169 □□Wuhan number □□□□□guided-missile destroyer □□052B



South China Sea fleet 170 □□Lanzhou number □□□ □□□guided-missile destroyer □□052C
South China Sea fleet 171 □□□□numbers □□□□□guided-missile destroyer □□052C

South China Sea fleet R level synopsis: 033 imitates 633, altogether constructs 106 (a saying altogether to construct 84), in which exports North Korean 7 Egypt 4 200



conventional powers submarine 031 (G level)
North Sea fleet 227 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 232 conventions powers submarine 035 (bright level)
North Sea fleet 233 conventions powers submarine 035 (bright level)
North Sea fleet 256 conventional powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 257 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 258 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 259 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 260 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 268 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 269 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 270 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 271 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 272 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 273 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea Fleet 274 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 275 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 276 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 277 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 278 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 279 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 280 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 286 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 287 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 291 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 292 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 293 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 294 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 295 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 296 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 297 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 298 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 299 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 300 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 301 expeditions 1 convention power submarine 033 (R level) North Sea fleet 302 expeditions 2 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 303 expeditions 3 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 304 expeditions 4 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)



North Sea fleet 305 expeditions 5 conventions powers submarine 035G (bright level)
North Sea fleet 306 expeditions 6 conventions powers submarine 035G (bright level)
North Sea fleet 307 expeditions 7 conventions powers submarine 035G (bright level)
North Sea fleet 308 expeditions 8 conventions powers submarine 035G (bright level)
North Sea fleet 309 expeditions 9 conventions powers submarine 035B (Bright level)
North Sea fleet 310 expeditions 10 conventions powers submarine 035B (bright level)
North Sea fleet 311 expeditions 11 conventions powers submarine 035B (bright level)
North Sea fleet 312 expeditions 12 conventions powers submarine 035B (bright level)
North Sea fleet 313 expeditions 13 conventions powers submarine 035B (bright level)



North Sea fleet 314 expeditions 14 conventions powers submarine 039A (Song level)
North Sea fleet 315 expeditions 15 conventions powers submarine 039A (Song level)
North Sea fleet 316 expeditions 16 conventions powers submarine 039A (Song level)
North Sea fleet 317 expeditions 17 conventions powers submarine 039A (Song level)
North Sea fleet 318 expeditions 18 conventions powers submarine 039A (Song level)
North Sea fleet 319 expeditions 19 conventions powers submarine 039A (Song level)
North Sea fleet 320 expeditions 20 conventions powers submarine 039 (Song level)
East China Sea Fleet 321 expeditions 21 conventions powers submarine 039A (Song level)
East China Sea Fleet 322 expeditions 22 conventions powers submarine 039A (Song level)
East China Sea Fleet 323 expeditions 23 conventions powers submarine 039A (Song level)
East China Sea Fleet 324 expeditions 24 conventions powers submarine 039A (Song level)
East China Sea Fleet 325 expeditions 25 conventions powers submarine 039A (Song level)
East China Sea Fleet 326 expeditions 26 conventions powers submarine 039A (Song level)



East China Sea Fleet 341 expeditions 41 conventions powers submarine 039G (Yuan level)



North Sea fleet 342 expeditions 42 conventions powers submarine 035 (bright level)



North Sea fleet 343 expeditions 43 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 344 expeditions 44 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 345 expeditions 45 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 346 expeditions 46 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 347 expeditions 47 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 348 expeditions 48 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 349 expeditions 49 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 351 expeditions 51 conventions powers submarine 033G (Wuhan level)



North Sea fleet 352 expeditions 52 conventions powers submarine 035 (bright level)
North Sea fleet 353 expeditions 53 conventions powers submarine 035 (bright level)
North Sea fleet 354 expeditions 54 conventions powers submarine 035 (bright level)
North Sea fleet 355 expeditions 55 conventions powers submarine 033 (R level)
North Sea fleet 356 expeditions 56 conventions powers submarine 035G (bright level)
North Sea fleet 357 expeditions 57 conventions powers submarine 035G (bright level)
North Sea fleet 358 expeditions 58 conventions powers submarine 035G (bright level)
North Sea fleet/South China Sea fleet 359 expeditions 59 conventions Power submarine 035G (bright level)
North Sea fleet/South China Sea fleet 360 expeditions 60 conventions powers submarine 035G (bright level)
North Sea fleet/South China Sea fleet 361 expeditions 61 conventions powers submarine 035G (bright level)
North Sea fleet/South China Sea fleet 362 expeditions 62 conventions powers submarine 035G (bright level)
North Sea fleet/South China Sea fleet 363 expeditions 63 conventions powers submarine 035G (bright level)



North Sea fleet/South China Sea fleet 364 expeditions 64 conventions powers submarine KILLO level
East China Sea Fleet 365 expeditions 65 conventions powers submarine KILLO level
East China Sea Fleet 366 expeditions 66 conventions powers submarine KILLO level
East China Sea Fleet 367 expeditions 67 conventions powers submarine KILLO level
East China Sea Fleet 368 expeditions 68 conventions powers submarine KILLO level East China Sea Fleet 369 expeditions 69 conventions powers submarine KILLO level
East China Sea Fleet 370 expeditions 70 conventions powers submarine KILLO level
East China Sea Fleet 371 expeditions 71 conventions powers submarine KILLO level
East China Sea Fleet 372 expeditions 72 conventions powers submarine KILLO level
East China Sea Fleet 373 expeditions 73 conventions powers submarine KILLO level
East China Sea Fleet 374 expeditions 74 conventions powers submarine KILLO level
East China Sea Fleet 375 expeditions 75 conventions powers submarine KILLO level
East China Sea Fleet 401 Long March 1 nuclear power submarine 091 (Chinese level)



North Sea fleet □□402 Long March 2 nuclear power submarines 091 (Chinese level) North Sea fleet 403 Long March 3 nuclear power submarines 091 (Chinese level)
North Sea fleet 404 Long March 4 nuclear power submarines 091 (Chinese level)
North Sea fleet 405 Long March 5 nuclear power submarines 091 (Chinese level)



East China Sea Fleet 406 Long March 6 nuclear power submarines 092 (summer level)



North Sea fleet 407 Long March 7 nuclear power submarines 093 (clear level) South China Sea fleet 408 Long March 8 nuclear power submarines 093 (clear level)



South China Sea fleet 409 Long March 9 nuclear power submarines 094 (business level)



South China Sea fleet 509 Changde number guided missile escort ship 053H (rivers and lakes I)
East China Sea Fleet 510 Shaoxing number guided missile escort ship 053H (rivers and lakes I)
East China Sea Fleet 511 Nantong number guided missile escort ship 053H (rivers and lakes I)
East China Sea Fleet 512 Wuxi number guided missile escort ship 053H (rivers and lakes I)
East China Sea Fleet 513 Huaiyin number guided missile escort ship 053H (rivers and lakes I)
East China Sea Fleet 514 Zhenjiang number guided missile escort ship 053H (rivers and lakes I)
East China Sea Fleet 515 Xiamen number guided missile escort ship 053H (rivers and lakes I)
East China Sea Fleet 516 Jiujiang number guided missile escort ship 053H (rivers and lakes I)
East China Sea Fleet 517 Nanping number guided missile escort ship 053H (rivers and lakes I)
East China Sea Fleet 518 Ji'an number guided missile escort ship 053H (rivers and lakes I)
East China Sea Fleet 519 Changzhi number guided missile escort ship 053H (rivers and lakes I)
North Sea fleet 520 opens title guided missile escort ship 053H (rivers and lakes I)
North Sea fleet 521 Jiaxing number guided missile escort ship 053H3 (river health II)
East China Sea Fleet 522 Lienyungang number guided missile escort ship 053H3 (river health II)
East China Sea Fleet 523 Sanming number guided missile escort ship 053H3 (river health II)
East China Sea Fleet 524 Putian number guided missile escort ship 053H3 (river health II)



East China Sea Fleet □□525 □□Ma'anshan number □□□guided missile escort ship 054 □□□□□
East China Sea Fleet 526 □□Wenzhou number □□□□guided missile escort ship 054 □□□□□



East China Sea Fleet 527 guided missile escort ships 053H3 (river health II) East China Sea Fleet 528 guided missile escort ships 053H3 (river health II)
East China Sea Fleet 529 □□numbers □□□ Guided missile escort ship 054A
East China Sea Fleet 530 □□numbers □□□guided missile escort ship 054A
East China Sea Fleet 533 Ningbo number guided missile escort ship 053H1 (rivers and lakes II)
East China Sea Fleet 534 Jinhua number guided missile escort ship 053H1 (rivers and lakes II)
East China Sea Fleet 535 Huang Shih number guided missile escort ship 053H2 (rivers and lakes III)
North Sea fleet 536 Wuhu number guided missile escort ship 053H1 (rivers and lakes II)
North Sea fleet 537 Zhoushan number guided missile escort ship 053H1 (rivers and lakes II)
North Sea fleet 538 Wuhu number guided missile escort ship 053H2 (rivers and lakes III)
North Sea fleet 539 Anking number guided missile escort ship 053H2G (river health I)
East China Sea Fleet 540 Huai Nan number guided missile escort ship 053H2G (river health I)
East China Sea Fleet 541 Huaibei number guided missile escort ship 053H2G (river health I)
East China Sea Fleet 542 Tongling number guided missile escort ship 053H2G (river health I)
East China Sea Fleet 543 Dandong number guided missile escort ship 053H1 (rivers and lakes II)
North Sea fleet 5,444 even guided missile escort ships 053H1G (rivers and lakes IV)
North Sea fleet 545 Linfen number guided missile escort ship 053H (rivers and lakes I)
North Sea fleet 546 □□numbers □□□guided missile escort ship 054A □□□□
North Sea fleet 547 □□numbers □□□guided missile escort ship 054A □□□□
North Sea fleet 551 cyclopentadiene given names guided missile escort ship 053H1 (rivers and lakes II)
South China Sea fleet 552 Ipin number guided missile escort ship 053H1 (rivers and lakes II)
South China Sea fleet 553 Shaoguan number guided missile escort ship 053H1 (rivers and lakes II)
South China Sea fleet 554 Anshun number guided missile escort ship 053H1 (rivers and lakes II)
South China Sea fleet 555 Zhaoqing number/Chaotung number guided missile escort ship 053H1 (rivers and lakes II)
South China Sea fleet 556 Xiangtan number guided missile escort ship 053H1 (rivers and lakes II)
South China Sea fleet (has sold Bangladesh) 557 lucky first guided missile escort ships 053H1 (rivers and lakes II)
South China Sea fleet 558 Zigong number/North Sea number guided missile escort ship 053HT (rivers and lakes V)
South China Sea fleet 559 Kangting number/Foshan number guided missile escort ship 053HT (the rivers and lakes V )
South China Sea fleet 560 Dongguan number guided missile escort ship 053HT (rivers and lakes V)
South China Sea fleet □□561 Shantou number guided missile escort ship 053HT (rivers and lakes V)
South China Sea fleet 562 Jiangmen number guided missile escort ship 053HT (rivers and lakes V)
South China Sea fleet 563 Foshan number/Zhaoqing number guided missile escort ship 053HT (rivers and lakes V)
South China Sea fleet 564 Yichang number guided missile escort ship 053H3 (river health II)
South China Sea fleet 565 Yulin number guided missile escort ship 053H3 (river health II)
South China Sea fleet 566 Huaihua number guided missile escort ship 053H3 (river health II)
South China Sea fleet 567 Xiangfan number guided missile escort ship 053H3 (river health II)
South China Sea fleet 568 □□numbers □□□guided missile escort ship 054A □□ South China Sea fleet 569 □□numbers □□□guided missile escort ship 054A



South China Sea fleet 601 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
602 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
603 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
604 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
605 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
606 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
607 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
608 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
609 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
611 Haiyang ship large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T) North Sea fleet 612 chapter of earthen mounds ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
North Sea fleet 613 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
North Sea fleet 614 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
North Sea fleet 618 Kingyun ship 619 Huimin ship 621 博兴 ships 622 Penglai ship 625 Taikang ship 631 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
East China Sea Fleet 632 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
East China Sea Fleet 633 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
East China Sea Fleet 634 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
East China Sea Fleet 635 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
East China Sea Fleet 639 long is popular the ship 641 Ninghai ship 642 Jiading ship 643 Fengxian ship 651 ships large-scale missiles gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 652 ships large-scale missiles gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 653 ships large-scale missiles gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 654 ships large-scale missiles gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 655 ships large-scale missiles gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T) S
outh China Sea fleet 656 ships large-scale missiles gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 665 文昌 ships 674 Pingnan ship
681 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
682 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
683 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
684 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
685 Xinchang ship large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T) 686 Jiangyin ship large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T) 687 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T) 688 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037X (海鸠 level 450T) 1,984 enters service 689 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)

690 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
691 advantages Sichuan ship large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
692 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
693 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037X (海鸠 level 450T)

1,984 enters service 694 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
695 Xian feng ship large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T) 696 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)

697 Anji ship large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037X (海鸠 level 450T)
1,984 to enter service 699 to celebrate Yuan ship large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)

700 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
701 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
702 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
703 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
704 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
705 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
706 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
707 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
708 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
709 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
710 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)

South China Sea fleet 711 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
South China Sea fleet 712 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
South China Sea fleet 713 Longhai ship large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
North Sea fleet 714 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
South China Sea fleet 715 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
South China Sea fleet 716 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
South China Sea fleet 717 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
South China Sea fleet 720 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037? (Has not distinguished rank)
721 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
722 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
723 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
724 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
725 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
726 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
727 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
728 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
729 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
730 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
731 Chinese long-lived ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
732 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
733 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
734 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
735 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
736 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
737 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
738 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
739 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
740 ships large-scale anti-submarine Gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
741 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
42 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037I (海鸠 level 392T)
743 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)

South China Sea fleet 744 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
South China Sea fleet 745 万宁 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037? (Has not distinguished rank)
746 to decide the peaceful ship large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037? (Has not distinguished rank)
747 临高 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037? (Has not distinguished rank)
748 Ledong ship large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037? (Has not distinguished rank)
749 Anji ship large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037? (Has not distinguished rank)
750 Wuchwan ship large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037? (Has not distinguished rank)
751 ships large-scale missiles gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 752 ships large-scale missiles gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 753 ships large-scale missiles gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 754 ships large-scale missiles gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 755 ships large-scale missiles gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)



South China Sea fleet 756 lucks tripods with two handles ship large-scale missile gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 757 Kut'ien ship large-scale missile gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 758 ships large-scale missiles gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 759 Fuqing ship large-scale missile Gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet (technical training model ship) 760 ships large-scale missiles gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 761 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
South China Sea fleet 762 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
South China Sea fleet 763 ships large-scale anti-submarine gunboat 037IS (海青 level 478T)
South China Sea fleet 764 Longyan ship large-scale missile gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 765 ships large-scale missiles gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 766 ships large-scale missiles gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 767 Fu-an ship large-scale missile gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 768 ships large-scale missiles gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 769 ships large-scale missiles gunboat 037IG (red star class 478T)
South China Sea fleet 770 Yangjiang ship large-scale missile gunboat 037II (red arrow level 520T) (red arrow level 520T) (red arrow level 520T) (red arrow level 520T)
774 is inexpensive in port army
771 Shunde ship large-scale missile gunboat 037II in port army 772
South China Sea ship large-scale missile gunboat 037II in port army 773 Panyu ship large-scale missile gunboat 037II in the port army

These are the ships that will be in service this year




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posted on Apr, 11 2005 @ 08:27 PM
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A very capable brown-water navy, I have to say.


Their surface vessels seem to be of pretty high-caliber.



posted on Apr, 11 2005 @ 08:35 PM
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I'm interested to see how the new phased array radar syetm they have developed turns out...

Apparently every new ship built is more advanced than the previous... they are not really building fleets of one specific model anymore.

For instance the new Type 51-c air defence destroyer features a different hased radar array to the guided missle DDG type 52-c

Whether this is due to the different roles of the ships or simply experimentation remains to be seen.

I would probably rate the PLAN green water... not a blue water force, but not as limited as a coastal defence fleet either.

P>S sorry for the poor translation... it's a quick babelfish effort


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posted on Apr, 11 2005 @ 09:16 PM
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Man looks like they have alot of Stuff, i wonder how this makes the US navy feel at the moment,



posted on Apr, 11 2005 @ 09:29 PM
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The PLA have said that they could take Taiwan and handle up to 2 American carrier groups with the current millitary.

Any more than 2 Carrier groups would prove too much though.

By 2010 they estimate that the force will be far more effective and most of the old luda class will have been replaced

An american carrier group comes with 2 aegis equiped CGs and 3 aegis equiped ddgs. Also a DD, AOE, and 2 ffgs and 2 SSN and around 100 aircraft

All of them we will assume outclass the PLAN's equipment.


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posted on Apr, 11 2005 @ 09:33 PM
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Originally posted by Lucretius
I'm interested to see how the new phased array radar syetm they have developed turns out...

Apparently every new ship built is more advanced than the previous... they are not really building fleets of one specific model anymore.

For instance the new Type 51-c air defence destroyer features a different hased radar array to the guided missle DDG type 52-c

Whether this is due to the different roles of the ships or simply experimentation remains to be seen.

I would probably rate the PLAN green water... not a blue water force, but not as limited as a coastal defence fleet either.

P>S sorry for the poor translation... it's a quick babelfish effort


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When you say Green water do you mean that its a good naval fleet to protect its borders but not good enough to go into the ocean with an american or british fleet,

IS 2 carriers not enough to protect Taiwan, sure if china used there whole entire military 2 carriers wouldnt be enough but China wouldnt throw everything doen there would they??



posted on Apr, 11 2005 @ 09:34 PM
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I seriously think they are stretching it when they say they can take on two U.S carriers at once. Even if they are little more than a brown-water navy, the fact they still are behind the U.S. Navy means they cannot effectively take us on.



posted on Apr, 11 2005 @ 10:05 PM
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I think their current Navy could take Taiwan without any U.S. interventions. Taiwan is not that far away and the Chinese seem capable to me.
Also I think as time goes on and their tech gets more advance I think the Chinese will begin to cut the numbers of its navy, because nowadays one new ship can replace 3 old ones.



posted on Apr, 12 2005 @ 09:46 AM
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They're a purely defensive naval brown water force..
They intend it to be that way..

Taiwan fits perfectly into this capability..
The USN will not be able to stop China from occupying the island..
The all the PLAN has to do is dig in and play the US into a long drawn out battle, and a quick stalemate..

The PLAN has an impressive underwater fleet actually IMO, how many subs in all?



posted on Apr, 12 2005 @ 12:31 PM
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Some of those photos with ship stick my eye as they look photo edit, partial blur and some parts clear, cant be so bad lences to take such pics and one pic look as if crew and some other parts were added and backround was different color.



posted on Apr, 12 2005 @ 05:06 PM
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The USN will not be able to stop China from occupying the island..
The all the PLAN has to do is dig in and play the US into a long drawn out battle, and a quick stalemate..


No I think china still cant do battle with the USN, they have a long way to go before they become a blue water navy.


The PLAN has an impressive underwater fleet actually IMO, how many subs in all?


90% of those subs are AIP subs not nuclear subs that can be a threat in the deep water.



posted on Apr, 12 2005 @ 07:44 PM
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i had heard that only one Submarine per US naval Fleet, Is this True? If the US decided to defend Taiwan and send 2 carrier groups Would they really only send 2 subs one for each Carrier?



posted on Apr, 12 2005 @ 08:02 PM
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Originally posted by zakattack
i had heard that only one Submarine per US naval Fleet, Is this True? If the US decided to defend Taiwan and send 2 carrier groups Would they really only send 2 subs one for each Carrier?


You're talking about strike groups, not fleets. And yes, that is true, one submarine for every Carrier Strike Group.

Two subs pack a lot of firepower, mind you.



posted on Apr, 12 2005 @ 08:05 PM
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I am not sure if they only have 1 per fleet but if they need more there is no reason why they won't send more. I think they already got some subs near the area...there was a news of a US subs having a little accidents near the US military base if I remember correctly.

There are other ways to hunt submarines that are very effective as well such as anti-sub aircrafts. Submarines are much slower and therefore they might not even be the most effective way to hunt other subs in the Taiwan strait area.



posted on Apr, 12 2005 @ 08:18 PM
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Trust us Americans, there is only one submarine per Carrier Battle Group.


I see the U.S deploying at least four carriers to the theater, so that's six submarines to cover a very small area of water. More than sufficient.

I know my military.



posted on Apr, 12 2005 @ 08:49 PM
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Originally posted by sweatmonicaIdo
Trust us Americans, there is only one submarine per Carrier Battle Group.


I see the U.S deploying at least four carriers to the theater, so that's six submarines to cover a very small area of water. More than sufficient.

I know my military.


Would they really deploy Four Carriers to Taiwan to defend it?

So lets say that there is Six subs China has more then Six Subs, what if china wants to really make an impact and they send like 10-20 subs and try to take out all four carriers, Dont you think that the US would send more subs when Fighting such a big Enemy, 2 subs is sufficient for like the persian Gulf,

Its probably just me, maybe 6 subs is enough but it doesnt sound like it to me



posted on Apr, 12 2005 @ 08:56 PM
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Originally posted by zakattack
Would they really deploy Four Carriers to Taiwan to defend it?

So lets say that there is Six subs China has more then Six Subs, what if china wants to really make an impact and they send like 10-20 subs and try to take out all four carriers, Dont you think that the US would send more subs when Fighting such a big Enemy, 2 subs is sufficient for like the persian Gulf,

Its probably just me, maybe 6 subs is enough but it doesnt sound like it to me


You're right, it doesn't sound like a lot. However, each Los Angeles-class SSN packs a ton of firepower, more than any current Chinese submarine (except for their SSBNs). Also, the small theater means that the Chinese submarines will be much easier to detect so the four subs and ASW aircraft would have a simpler time finding the Chinese submarines.

And yes, they would most likely send four carriers, two in the East China Sea and two in the South China Sea. The position of Taiwan means that land-based air power is pretty much out of the question, so Taiwan will be the first war since World War II in the Pacific where carrier-based air power takes the forefront. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised to see carrier-based air power be used exclusively in Taiwan. Four carriers provide an incredible amount of air power to cover Taiwan over 20 times. Remember, all they need to do is defend Taiwan.



posted on Apr, 12 2005 @ 09:39 PM
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Originally posted by sweatmonicaIdo

Originally posted by zakattack
Would they really deploy Four Carriers to Taiwan to defend it?

So lets say that there is Six subs China has more then Six Subs, what if china wants to really make an impact and they send like 10-20 subs and try to take out all four carriers, Dont you think that the US would send more subs when Fighting such a big Enemy, 2 subs is sufficient for like the persian Gulf,

Its probably just me, maybe 6 subs is enough but it doesnt sound like it to me


You're right, it doesn't sound like a lot. However, each Los Angeles-class SSN packs a ton of firepower, more than any current Chinese submarine (except for their SSBNs). Also, the small theater means that the Chinese submarines will be much easier to detect so the four subs and ASW aircraft would have a simpler time finding the Chinese submarines.

And yes, they would most likely send four carriers, two in the East China Sea and two in the South China Sea. The position of Taiwan means that land-based air power is pretty much out of the question, so Taiwan will be the first war since World War II in the Pacific where carrier-based air power takes the forefront. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised to see carrier-based air power be used exclusively in Taiwan. Four carriers provide an incredible amount of air power to cover Taiwan over 20 times. Remember, all they need to do is defend Taiwan.


How many carriers are in the pacific Fleet, i here that china is building to counter the Huge and powerful pacific fleet but just how big is it for china to try and build so much?

is the pacific fleet what they would use to defend taiwan,

What would happen if china decided to drop a nuke on those carriers,

I know im asking alot ??? personally Im all for defending Taiwan since the US has said many times that it would defend Taiwan so i think we should stick to our guns on that, But its been a long time since we had a confrontation with such a big country, i would hate it if we lost a carrier, and if somehow we lost all four of em that would drasticaly hurt our navy wouldnt it?

I really dont know how big our navy is but i have heard from a friend of mine who is in the navy that the US actually has more active subs in the water then they make known



posted on Apr, 12 2005 @ 10:09 PM
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Originally posted by zakattack
How many carriers are in the pacific Fleet, i here that china is building to counter the Huge and powerful pacific fleet but just how big is it for china to try and build so much?

is the pacific fleet what they would use to defend taiwan,

What would happen if china decided to drop a nuke on those carriers,

I know im asking alot ??? personally Im all for defending Taiwan since the US has said many times that it would defend Taiwan so i think we should stick to our guns on that, But its been a long time since we had a confrontation with such a big country, i would hate it if we lost a carrier, and if somehow we lost all four of em that would drasticaly hurt our navy wouldnt it?

I really dont know how big our navy is but i have heard from a friend of mine who is in the navy that the US actually has more active subs in the water then they make known


The U.S. Pacific Fleet has six Carrier Strike Groups:

U.S.S. Kitty Hawk (CV-63)
U.S.S. Nimitz (CVN-68)
U.S.S. Carl Vinson (CVN-70)
U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72)
U.S.S. John C. Stennis (CVN-74)
U.S.S. Ronald Reagan (CVN-76)

The Pacific Fleet is obviously what they would use to defend Taiwan. That's why it's called the Pacific Fleet. LOL More specifically, they would use the Seventh Fleet since they handle WESTPAC and Asia.

I doubt China would go nuclear, not on a carrier no less. But if they did, let's just say you better do whatever you want to do and prepare for the End of the World As We Know It.

I also doubt we would lose all four. At the most, we'd lose just one. But even if it was just one, the affects of that loss would be drastic. That's about 70 fewer aircraft to liberate and defend Taiwan. Not to mention the aircraft carrier, the most powerful and formidable weapon ever in history, get's destroyed. That would be a huge blow to America's ego and a horrible blow to the moral of Taiwan's citizens, the ROC military, and definitely our own troops. It'll be a huge momentum swing for the Chinese. It may also force the U.S. to start going "outside the box" with politics and diplomacy to try to resolve the mess.

Still, China's gonna need to go a long way before it can actively challenge the U.S. Navy on the seas. So for now, China's threat to U.S. naval vessels is through land and air.

The U.S. Navy is much smaller than it's late Cold War days, but one thing it has a lot of is submarines. Close to 100 of them.



posted on Apr, 13 2005 @ 06:35 AM
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Originally posted by WestPoint23


No I think china still cant do battle with the USN, they have a long way to go before they become a blue water navy.


90% of those subs are AIP subs not nuclear subs that can be a threat in the deep water.


Blue water capability is not required by the PLAN to take/defend taiwan..
The PLAN order of battle revolves around the annexation of Taiwan IMO.





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