U.S. Navy Pacific Fleet Surface Ships by Class
11
Mine Countermeasure Ships - MCMs are fiberglass sheathed, wooden hull ships that find, classify, and destroy mines in vital waterways.
11
MCMs
Downtown Jackson, MS
6
Littoral Combat Ships - LCSs are fast, agile, networked surface combatants designed to operate in the near-shore environment, while capable of open-ocean operations.
6
LCSs
10
Frigates - FFGs are tough warships providing short range anti-air and anti-submarine warfare capabilities.
10
FFGs
David McCampbell
LT Murphy
John Henry Russell Sr. and Jr.
35
Destroyers - DDGs provide multi-mission defensive and offensive capabilities; many have Ballistic Missile Defense systems.
35
DDGs
12
Cruisers - CGs are large combat ships equipped with Tomahawk missiles; some also have Ballistic Missile Defense systems.
12
CGs
Ashland
6
Dock Landing Ships - LSDs transport and launch amphibious craft and vehicles with their crews and embarked personnel onto hostile shores.
6
LSDs
6
Amphibious Transport Docks - LPDs are warships that embark, transport, and land up to 900 Marines, their equipment, and supplies by helicopter and landing craft.
6
LPDs
6
Amphibious Assault Ships - LHDs/LHAs are the largest of all amphibious war ships, providing the Marine Corps with a means of ship-to-shore movement by helicopter, tilt rotor aircraft and landing craft.
6
LHDs
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