Mexican Navy – Frigates


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ARM Reformador 101 (2018) Reformador class (Sigma) SIGMA 10514 Long Range Ocean Patrol Vessel LOA 353′ TDISP 2,600 tonsARM Reformador 101 Manzanillo 2020

Allende class (Knox) class LOA 440′ TDISP 4,200 tons (4 active, all ex-USN, Mexican service since 1998)

Allende (Knox) class frigates in their usual berths at Tuxpan, Veracruz, ca. 2009. Credit: panza.rayada, CC BY-SA 3.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

Knox class Veracruz MX 2018

Bravo (Bronstein) Class Destroyer Escort/Frigate LOA 372′ TDISP 2,900 tons (2 retired, Mexican Navy service 1993-2017, US Navy service 1963-1990)

Members of the deck force stand in formation on the deck of the frigate USS BRONSTEIN (FF-1037), 1993, near Subic Bay, Philippines. NARA DN-ST-93-01089

Bronstein class FF Lazaro Cardenas 2020

Bronstein class FF Manzanillo 2009

Comodoro Manuel Azueta A-06/D-111 (1973-2015) formerly USS Hurst DE-250 (1943-1972) Edsall Class Destroyer Escort. LOA 306′ TDISP 1,600 tons. Late in career was used as a training ship. Sunk as a reef 2017Comodoro Manuel Azueta Tuxpan 2009Comodoro Manuel Azueta Veracruz 2014

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