Monster CCG Ship Mounted with Big Gun Soon To Patrol SCS
By admin On 1 Jun, 2016 At 10:35 PM | Categorized As China News, Navy | With 1 Comment

China’s biggest Coast Guard ship 2901 mounted with big gun spotted in Sanya of Hainan province. From the internet photos you can tell it is fully loaded. Rumor says it will soon patrol South China Sea.




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  1. Roy says:

    Yea right,it out classes all of ours,checkout the armament.Not your usual Vietnamese fishing boat.

    Name: Arleigh Burke-class destroyer
    Operators: United States Navy
    Preceded by: Kidd class
    Succeeded by: Zumwalt class
    Cost: US$1.843 billion (DDG 114–116, FY2011/12)[1]
    Built: 1988-present
    Planned: 76[2]
    Completed: 62
    Active: 62
    General characteristics
    Type: Guided missile destroyer

    Fully loaded:
    Flight I: 8,315 t (8,184 long tons; 9,166 short tons)
    Flight II: 8,400 t (8,300 long tons; 9,300 short tons)
    Flight IIA: 9,200 t (9,100 long tons; 10,100 short tons)
    Flight III: 9,800 t (9,600 long tons; 10,800 short tons)[3]


    Flights I and II: 505 ft (154 m)
    Flight IIA: 509 ft (155 m)

    Beam: 66 ft (20 m)
    Draft: 30.5 ft (9.3 m)
    Installed power: 3 × Allison AG9140 Generators (2,500 kW each, 440 V)

    4 × General Electric LM2500 gas turbines each generating 26,500 shp (19,800 kW);[4]
    coupled to two shafts, each driving a five-bladed reversible controllable-pitch propeller;
    Total output: 106,000 shp (79,000 kW)

    Speed: In excess of 30 kn (56 km/h; 35 mph)
    Range: 4,400 nmi (8,100 km) at 20 kn (37 km/h; 23 mph)
    Boats & landing
    craft carried: 2 × rigid hull inflatable boats

    Flight I: 303 total[5]
    Flight IIA: 23 officers, 300 enlisted[5]

    Sensors and
    processing systems:

    AN/SPY-1D 3D Radar
    AN/SPS-67(V)2 Surface Search Radar
    AN/SPS-73(V)12 Surface Search Radar
    AN/SPG-62 Fire Control Radar
    AN/SQS-53C Sonar Array
    AN/SQR-19 Tactical Towed Array Sonar
    AN/SQQ-28 LAMPS III Shipboard System

    Electronic warfare
    & decoys:

    AN/SLQ-32(V)2 Electronic Warfare System
    AN/SLQ-25 Nixie Torpedo Countermeasures
    MK 36 MOD 12 Decoy Launching System
    AN/SLQ-39 CHAFF Buoys


    Flight I: 90 cell Mk 41 Vertical Launching System (VLS)
    Flights II and IIA: 96 cell Mk 41 VLS
    Tomahawk cruise missile
    RIM-66M Standard medium range SAM (has an ASuW mode)[citation needed]
    RIM-161 Standard Ballistic missile defense missile for Aegis BMD (15 ships as of March 2009[6])
    RIM-162 ESSM (4 per cell) SAM (DDG-79 onward)
    RUM-139 Vertical Launch ASROC
    RIM-174A Standard ERAM added in 2011
    2 × Mk 141 Harpoon Missile Launcher SSM (not in Flight IIA units)[7]
    1 × 5-inch (127-mm)/54 Mk-45 Mod 1/2 (lightweight gun) (DDG-51 to -80); or
    1 × 5-inch (127-mm)/62 Mk-45 mod 4 (lightweight gun) (DDG-81 onwards)
    2 × (DDG-51 to -84); or
    1 × (DDG-85 onwards) 20 mm Phalanx CIWS
    2 × 25 mm M242 Bushmaster cannons
    2 × Mark 32 triple torpedo tubes (six Mk-46 or Mk-50 torpedoes, Mk-54 in the near future)

    Aircraft carried:

    Flights I and II: None
    Flight IIA onwards: up to two MH-60R Seahawk LAMPS III helicopters

    Aviation facilities:

    Flights I and II: Flight deck only, but LAMPS III electronics installed on landing deck for coordinated DDG-51/helo ASW operations
    Flight IIA onwards: Flight deck and enclosed hangars for two MH-60R LAMPS III helicopters

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