Philippine Navy – Frigates

Frigates

Jose Rizal Class LOA 353′ TDISP 2,900 tons (1 active, 1 fitting out) heavily modified  Incheon-class frigate, built in South Korea.

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BRP Joze Rizal FF-150 2020. Credit: Philippine Navy, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

BRP Jose Rizal Subic Bay 2020

Del Pilar Class Patrol Frigates, LOA 378′ TDISP 3,250 tons formerly US Coast Guard Hamilton class cutters. (3 active)

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BRP Gregorio del Pilar and Ramon Alcaraz, 2016.. Credit: ruelbaby, CC BY-SA 4.0,via Wikimedia Commons

Del Pilar ffManila port 2017Del Pilar ffs Subic Bay 2020

Cannon class Destroyer Escort LOA 306′ TDISP 1,600 tons (3 transferred to Philippine Navy, 1 wrecked, 1 preserved)

BRP Rajah Humabon PS-11 (1980-2018) formerly JMSDF Hatsuhi DE-263 (1955-1975) formerly USS Atherton DE-169 (1943-1945). WW2 wartime service. Atlantic service, on ASW and escort patrols, credited with sinking U-853, and was transferred to the Pacific Campaign. Preserved as a museum ship/ceremonial vessel.

BRP Rajah Humabon PS-11 cannon-class DDE, 2010 DVIDS
BRP Rajah Humabon in USN-Philippine Navy Exercise Balikatan 2010 US Navy 1347033 PO3 Mark Alvarez

BRP Rajah Humabon Cannon-class DE Sangley Pt. Philippines 2017BRP Rajah Humabon Cannon-class DE Sangley Pt. Philippines 2010BRP Rajah Humabon Cannon-class Manila Philippines 2010BRP Rajah Humabon Cannon-class DE Sangley Pt. Philippines 2019

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