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Philippine Navy (2022)


Current Active Inventory: 59 Fleet Units


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Last Updated: 11/27/2022 | © www.WDMMW.org


The following represents an overview of the modern naval fighting capabilities of the Philippine Navy (2022). The service currently counts 59 total units in its active naval inventory. This total includes frontline commissioned vessels but excludes smaller patrol vessels, auxiliary / survey ships, replenishment, and historical ceremonial types. The WDMMW review takes into account specific categories of warships covering attack, defense, and general support designs. Inventory numbers and related unit types are provided as-is and derived from publically-available information / sources. "On Order" totals found at the bottom of this article are related to any future hulls currently under procurement/construction though said hulls may not be delivered for service in the current year for various reasons.


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Total Units: 59
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TvR:
33.7
True Value Rating takes into account current strengths/weaknesses, matched against the highest-rated service (the USN yields a top rating of 323.9).
Global Rank:
29/35
A total of 35 naval services from 35 nations currently tracked. Current Ranking.
FORCE CONCENTRATION:

Carriers: 0 units
Submarines: 0 units
Fleet Core: 45 units
Amphib Asslt: 14 units
FORCE BALANCE:

FAIR

Fleet focuses on a portion of basic requirements though generally lacking in key areas.
SUPPLIERS:
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HULL PREFIX:
"BRP"
ESTABLISHED:
1898
124 yrs ago
as the "Philippine Navy"
MEDIAN HULL AGE:
15.3
Years
HULL AGE VISUALIZATION


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Unit Age Color Key




0 to 15 yrs

16 to 25 yrs

26 to 30 yrs

>30 yrs


Age plays a vital role in the life of any warship as hulls and various onboard technologies are pushed to the limit, ultimately exposed to the corrosive and generally unforgiving effects of life at sea. Such degradation often leads to modernizations, refits, or outright retirement. Our color gauge attempts to showcase a vessel's current state within the fleet, helping to detail those outgoing vessels against those at the midway point of their service or those just having been commissioned.




Frigates (2)


Hulls defined as dimensionally smaller than Destroyers, though larger than corvettes, having Blue Water capabilities.

OUTLOOK
STABLE
 
2yrs
Jose Rizal
FF-150
Jose Rizal-class
1yrs
Antonio Luna
FF-151
Jose Rizal-class

Total Units: 2 (3%)


NOTES: The Jose Rizal-class originates from the local South Korean HDF-2600 design developed by Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI).




Corvettes (1)


Hulls defined as dimensionally smaller than frigates but larger than OPVs, capable of operating independently or as part of the main fighting fleet.

OUTLOOK
POSITIVE
 
3yrs
Conrado Yap
PS-39
Conrado Yap-class

Total Units: 1 (2%)


NOTES: A second Conrado Yap-class corvette is expected to be added from South Korea (the ex-ROKS Andong) as PS-40.




Offshore Patrol Vessels (42)


Hulls defined as OPVs and outfitted for the purpose of close-to-shore defense / deterrence.

OUTLOOK
STABLE
 
11yrs
Gregorio del Pilar
PS-15
Del Pilar-class
9yrs
Ramon Alcarez
PS-16
Del Pilar-class
6yrs
Andres Bonifacio
PS-17
Del Pilar-class
25yrs
Emilio Jacinto
PS-35
Jacinto-class
25yrs
Apolinario Mabini
PS-36
Jacinto-class
25yrs
Artemio Ricarte
PS-37
Jacinto-class
45yrs
Magat Salamat
PS-20
Malvar-class
18yrs
Gen. M.Alvarez
PS-38
Cyclone-class
43yrs
Bagong Lakas
PB-102
Kagitingan-class
39yrs
Bagong Silang
PB-104
Kagitingan-class
0yrs
Nesor Acero
8 Boats
Nestor Acero-class
22yrs
Alberto Navarette
PC-394
Alberto Navarette-class
21yrs
Abraham Campo
PC-396
Alberto Navarette-class
32yrs
Jose Andrada
22 Boats
Jose Andrada-class

Total Units: 42 (71%)




Amphibious Assault (14)


Hulls designed specifically for the support of amphibious-minded, offshore / close-to-shore operations.

OUTLOOK
STABLE
 
6yrs
Tarlac
LD-601
Tarlac-class
5yrs
Davao del Sur
LD-602
Tarlac-class
29yrs
Bacolod City
LS-550
Frank Besson-class
28yrs
Dagupan City
LS-551
Frank Besson-class
46yrs
Laguna
LS-501
LST-1
46yrs
Benguet
LS-507
LST-1
46yrs
Sierra Madre
LS-57
LST-1
11yrs
Tagbanua
LC-296
Tagbanua-class
7yrs
Ivatan
LC-298
Ivatan-class
7yrs
Batak
LC-299
Ivatan-class
6yrs
Waray
LC-288
Ivatan-class
6yrs
Iwak
LC-289
Ivatan-class
6yrs
Agta
LC-290
Ivatan-class
1yrs
Mamanwa
LC-294
Mulgae-class

Total Units: 14 (24%)




On Order (1)


Hulls set to be delivered in the current procurement year or in subsequent year(s).

Unnamed Ship
Corvette

Total Units: 1


On Order Commitment: 1 Units



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