Mexican Navy – Frigates


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ARM Reformador 101 (2018) Reformador class (Sigma) SIGMA 10514 Long Range Ocean Patrol Vessel LOA 353′ / 107.6 m TDISP 2,600 tonsARM Reformador 101 Manzanillo 2020

Allende class (Knox) class LOA 440′ / 134.1 m 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′ / 113.4 m 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′ / 93.3 m 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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