USN – Current Patrol Ships

Patrol Ships* includes corvette-sized ships (see also retired patrol ships listing)

Littoral Combat Ships (LCS)

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Independence Class LCS LOA 418′ / 127.4 m TDISP 3,100 tons (9 – 4 building, 1 retired) trimaran hull form

USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71)
USS Gabrielle Giffords LCS 10 US Navy: 5634995 Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Josiah J. Kunkle

Independence class littoral combat ship San Diego 2018

USS Coronado Change of Command
USS Coronado LCS-4 Change of Command, Portland OR May 2019, showing the trimaran hull. US Navy 5330217 LTJG Jasmine Spencer

USS Omaha LCS-12 (2018)USS Omaha LCS-12 San Diego 2018

Freedom Class LCS LOA 378′ / 115.2 m TDISP 3,500 tons (7 – 4 buildingFreedom Class LCS San Diego 2018

Virtual Strike Group Verifies New U.S. Navy Combat Capability in Complex Test
USS Freedom LCS-1 2015 US Navy: 2831218 Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Christopher Frost

Freedom Class LCS Marinette Marine 2013

Cyclone Class Patrol Boats LOA 179′ / 54.6 m TDISP 330 tons (13, 5 active with US Navy, 5 transferred to Bahrain, first unit transferred to Philippine Navy)

USS Whirlwind (PC 11)
USS Whirlwind PC-11 with Battle Ensign flying in the Arabian Gulf, May 2019 US Army Official 5415145 SPC Vincent Fausnaught
Cyclone Class PB Mayport 2015
Note well deck and rear doors for Rigid Inflatable Boat at stern.
USS Firebolt PC-10 in splinter camouflage. Naval Weapons Station, Yorktown Virginia, 1999. NARA: 330-CFD-DN-SC-02-05480 William H. Clarke

Cyclone Class PB Manama BA 2018.jpg

Mark VI Patrol Boat LOA 85′ / 25.9 m TDISP 72 tons (4 built, up to 38 more planned)Mark VI patrol boat Coronado 2018

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