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Panama Coalition

Navy (Marina)






Naval warfare


  • Active Duty: 350.000 personnel.

  • Ready Reserve personnel: 100.000 personnel.

Part of

The Panama Coalition Defense Forces


Barranquilla Naval Base

The Panamanian Navy (Marina de Panama) is the Panama Coalition’s naval warfare force. The Panamanian Navy is the maritime branch of the Panamanian Defense Forces. It is one of the most recent active naval forces and also one of the most modern in the world. Its beginning dates from the navy of Gran colombia in 1811. In the last decade of the 20th century, the US Navy, due to the policy of "American First" and the economic crisis, began a retreat towards the continental territory. Faced with the new world scenario, the protection of the Panamanian merchant fleet, which was already the 3rd most important in the world in the 90' was of great interest. This is why great nations such as the United States of America II and Le France, promote the Panama Coalition to develop a navy capable of complementing and even replacing tasks of the Royal Navy and the US Navy around the world.

The Panamanian Navy has played a decisive role in the history of the current Federal Republic, particularly in the logistical and defensive fields since 1994. Among the great achievements of the Navy are the protection of international trade routes worldwide and the protection of the Merchant Fleet, currently the largest in the world. The Panamanian Navy, hand in hand with the great marine powers such as the US Navy and NATO, is one of the most powerful in the world in the 21st century and is currently a naval force of world reference.

The navy establishment is composed of two type commands, The Fleet (Marina de Panamá) and Panamanian Coalition Marine Corps (PCMC).The role of the Panamanian Navy is to protect the Panama Coalition’s interests at home and abroad, executing the foreign and defence policies of the Government through the exercise of military effect, diplomatic activities and other activities in support of these objectives. These objectives are delivered via a number of core capabilities (missions).


Navy's missions:

  1. Support to the Coast Guard and the Airnaval National Service (SENAN) for the protection of the territorial sea borders.

  2. Act to deter or defeat any threats or aggression against the territory, people or maritime interests of Panama Coalition, both in war and peace.

  3. Provision of five fleets of global scale maritime and Task Force groups with the Navy Air Arm.

  4. Delivery of the Panama Coalition Marines, Commandos and army forces.

  5. Maintenance of standing patrol commitments.

  6. Provision of mine counter measures capability to Panama Coalition and allied commitments.

  7. Provision of hydrographic and meteorological services deployable worldwide.

  8. Protection of Panama Coalition and allies Exclusive Economic Zone.

  9. Provide maritime assistance (including disaster relief) in Panama Coalition's maritime neighbourhood, Region, allies and friends nations.

  10. Protect the international trade routes used by the Merchant Fleet of the Panama Coalition and its cargo ships.


Diagram detailing the organizational structure of the Navy

The senior headquarters of the Department of the Navy, Headquarters Navy (HN) consists of two staffs in the Defense Minister: the Office of the Secretary of the Navy and the Navy Staff. These are headed by the Panama Coalition Secretary of the Navy and the Chief of Staff of the Panama Coalition Navy. The Chief of Navy Staff is a 4-star Fleet Admiral, and is subordinate to the Joint Chief of Staff Commander of the Armed Forces, who in turn follows the orders of the Supreme Federal President.

Operating Forces


FIRST FLEET: Protect the Territorial Sea Borders, support the Coast Guard and the SENAN. Composed of the oldest and less powerful ships of the Navy. It is the reserve fleet.

SECOND FLEET and FOURTH FLEET: Patrol the Occidental oceans.

THIRD FLEET and FIFTH FLEET: Patrol the Oriental oceans.

NAVY AIR ARM (Naval Aviation):

Organized in 10 Air Naval Wings and 6 Helicopter Wings.


3 Heavy Divisions (1st, 2nd and 3th Marine Divisions) (30 000 troops each).


+ 8 000 ships (+328 millons of Tonns) (16% of the global fleet carrying capacity)

Chief Admiral of Navy Staff

Aleksei Gordon
Fleet Admiral (four Stars)

Navy Organization




Helicopter Cruiser (CGH): 2
2 Jeanne d'Arc (Modernized) class (PCS Juana de Arco; PCS Rufina Alfaro).

Guided Missile Destroyers (DDG): 8
8 Spruance class

Guided Missile Frigate (FFG): 24
6 Oliver Hazard Perry class (Upgrade)
6 Lupo class
4 Almirante Padilla (FS 1500) class
4 Leander class or Type 12M (Batch 3 Modernized) class
4 Belharra class

Corvettes (FFL(G)): 10
6 Esmeraldas class
4 Guaiquerí class (Avante 2400/2200)

Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV): 20
4 Guaicamacuto class (Avante 1400)
8 OPV-93PC (COTECMAR) class
8 OPV-80 (Fassmer) class

Fast Attack Craft (FAC(M)): 16
6 Gepard class;
4 Quito class (Lürsen TNC-45)
6 Constitucion class (upgrade)

Diesel Attack Submarines (SS): 8
2 Type 206A class
6 Type 209 class

Amphibious warfare: 20
4 Amphibious Assault Ships (LHD): Mistral class
4 LST (Landing Ship Tank) Ship: Capana class
12 LCM (Landing Craft Medium): Damen Stan Lander 5612 class (PCS Los Frailes (T-91); PCS Los Testigos (T-92); PCS Los Roques (T-93); PCS Los Monjes (T-94); PCS Las Aves (T-95); PCS Las Chimanas (T-96); PCS Las Caracas (T-97); PCS Las Picudas (T-98); PCS Los Hermanos (T-99); PCS Los Palanquines (T-910); PCS Los Tortuguillos (T-911); PCS Los Venados (T-912)).

Logistic Support Ship (AORH): 12
2 Lüneburg class
2 Hyundai Logistic Support Ship (AORH): Ciudad Bolivar class
8 Double catamaran Logistic Support Ship: Juanchaco class (Damen fast ferry 4212 class).

Support Ships: 3
1 Oceanographic research vessel (Survey and Research Ship) (AGOR): Punta Brava Class
2 Coast Buoy Tender: Damen Buoy Laying Vessel 8317 class.

Training Sailing Ship (Buques Escuela) (BE): 3 (PCS Simon Bolivar; PCS Gloria; PCS Guayas)

2º-5º FLEET:

Aircraft Carriers / Light Carriers: 8/16
8 Conventional Aircraft Carriers (CV): Richelieu Class (PCS Zeus; PCS Hera; PCS Apolo; PCS Poseidon; PCS Artemisa; PCS Hades; PCS Ares; PCS Atenea).
8 Multi-Purpose Amphibious Assault Ship (LHD): Juan Carlos I class
8 Landing Helicopter Attack Ship (LHA): America class

Warships: 276
16 Cruisers AEGIS (CG): Ticonderoga (upgrade) class
36 Destroyers AEGIS (DDG): Arleigh Burke (upgrade) class
24 Guided Missile Destroyers (DDG): Horizon class
44 Frigates AEGIS (FFG): Álvaro de Bazán class
44 Guided Missile Frigate (FFG): Sachsen class
36 Missile Guided Corvettes (FFL(G)): Ada class
36 Litoral Combat Ships (LCS): Freedom class
40 Hydrofoils Fast Attack Patrol Boats (PHM): Pegasus class (upgrade)

Submarines: 80
4 Nuclear Guided Missile Submarine (SSGN): Ohio class
16 Nuclear attack submarines (SSN): Virginia class
60 Diesel-electric Attack Submarines (SS): Soryu class (upgrade)

Amphibious and Troops Transport Ships: 60
8 Landing Helicopter Dock (LHD): Wasp class
8 Landing Ship Dock (LSD): Whidbey Island class
16 Amphibious Transport Docks (Landing Platform Dock) (LPD): San Antonio class
6 Joint Logistic Support Ship (JLSS): Karel Doorman class
8 Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF): Spearhead class
8 Logistics Support Vessels (LSV): Bacolod City class
6 Troops Transport Ships (Cruise Liners modified) or Carrier Transport Ship (CTS): Canberra II class

Replenishment Ships: 20
12 Replenishment Ship (AOR): Berlin class
4 Fast Combat Support Ships (T-AOE): Supply class
4 Submarine Tender Ship (AS): Emory S. Land class

Oceanographics and Mine Warfare ships: 28
6 Oceanographic Survey Ships (T-AGS): Pathfinder class
6 Multi-Purpose Hydrographic Survey Ships (T-AGOS): Echo class
16 Mine Countermeasure Vessels (MVMV): Katanpää class

Hospital Ships: 4
4 Hospital Ship (T-AH): Peace Ark class

Patrol Boats: 200
48 Mark VI Patrol Boat
40 Fast assault craft (Riverine Command Boat) (RCB) CB90 class
100 Small unit riverine craft (SURC) (Riverine Patrol Boat)
24 Special Operations Craft Riverine (SOC-R)

Dock and Cargo Ships: 96
2 Expeditionary Sea Base (ESB) vessels
4 Expeditionary Transfer Dock (ESD)
6 Crane Ship
16/6 Dry Cargo/Cargo Ships
6 Container ships
56 Vehicle cargo ship: Watson class Strategic Sealift Ships.

Specialized Vessels: 40
8 Fuel tanker
12 Replenishment oiler naval auxiliary ship
2 Salvage Ship
8 Survey ships
4 Fleet ocean tugs
4 Technical Research Ship
2 Tracking Ship (T-AGM): Howard O. Lorenzen class



Richelieu-class Aircraft carrier (CV): 8 ships
L: 283 m x B: 73 m x D: 11.5 m.
Complement: 679 crew, 620 aircrew and 100 operational staff.; total berths for up to 1,720.
Armament: 2 x 16-cell Sylver Vertical Launching System with Aster-15 missiles. 4 × Goalkeeper CIWS 30mm. 4 × Rafael Typhoon 25 mm remote weapons systems; 4 × 12.7 mm machine guns.

Range: 10,000 nm at 15 kt. Endurance: 5-week mission without replenishment at sea.
Speed: 32 kt

Troops: 250 marines (maximum of 900 marines or rescued sailors).

Boats & landing craft carried: 2 x (36 Man) passenger transport boats; 2 x Pacific 24 Rib's.

Aircraft carried: 40-60 aircraft, (can be expanded to 72) including: 24-36 x Rafale-M/N; 4-8 x F-35B Lightning II; 4 x E-2D Hawkeye; 6 x ASW, Attack & Rescue Helicopters (NH-90, SH-60/MH-60) (others: Neuron UAV, AV-8P Harrier II, EA-18G Growler, C-2 Greyhound, AH-64, AH-1Z, CH-53, CH-47, etc). Tipically in a long range regular patrol mission: 24 x Rafale-M/N; 4 x F-35B Lightning II; 2 x EA-18G Growler; 2 x C-2 Greyhound; 4 x E-2D Hawkeye; 6 x Neuron UAV; 6 x ASW, Attack & Rescue Helicopters (NH-90, SH-60/MH-60).

The design is the CATOBAR (catapult assisted take-off and arrested recovery) version of the Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier. with 2 x Steam catapult as those installed on the Nimitz-class aircraft carriers ; Have Two aircraft lifts. The carrier can launch aircraft at a rate of one every 30 seconds. The data links enable real-time high-speed transfer between the carrier combat system and Hawkeye aircraft. The data links also distribute information to other naval units, combat aircraft and helicopters.

It have the Herakles, is a long range passive electronically scanned array radar for medium and long range coverage 3D air and surface. It has a track capacity of +400 air and surface targets and is able to achieve automatic target detection, confirmation and track initiation in a single scan, while simultaneously providing mid-course guidance updates to the MBDA Aster missiles launched from the ship. Range 250 km (air) and 80 km (surface).

Juan Carlos I-class Multi-Purpose Amphibious Assault Ship (LHD): 8 ships.
L: 230.82 m x B: 32 m x D: 6.9 m.
Complement: 261 crew + 172 air wing.
Armament: 1 x VLS Mk-41 16-cell VLS for 16 × RIM-162 Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile (ESSM); 4 × Phalanx 20 mm CIWS; 4 × Rafael Typhoon 25 mm remote weapons systems; 4 × 12.7 mm machine guns.

Speed: 21 kt. Range: 9,000 nm.

Troops: 900-1200 soldiers. (1,600 persons in overload conditions).

Capacity: 170 vehicles (up to 46 Leopard 2 tanks + 77 vehicles) or 196 shipping containers. Total: 5,600m². Has a 1,400m² heavy vehicle garage. The light vehicles garage is next to the aircraft hangar, in an area of up to 2,046m² (2,600m²) + Light deck and Hangar (3,000m²).

Boats & landing craft carried: 4 x LCM-1E or 1 x LCAC + 2 LCM or 2 x LCAC or 2 x Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel (LCVP) plus Assault Amphibious Vehicles; 4-6 x SUPERCAT type RHIBs ( Rigid-hulled inflatable boats) (6m).

Aircraft carried: 30 aircraft (AV-8P Harrier II; F-35B; NH-90 MTT; AB-212; SH-60/MH-60 Seahawk ASW; CH-47; CH-53, UH-1Y Venom; AH-1Z Viper; etc.) (Pure combat: 25 x AV-8P/F-35B + 6 flight deck parking spots for helicopters) or (Mix: 12 x AV-8P/F-35B + 12 x NH-90 + 6 flight deck parking spots) or (Pure transport: 25 x NH-90 MTT + 6 flight deck parking spots or 30 x NH-90 MTT or 16 x CH-47 or 10 x CH-53 or 10 x MV-22 Osprey) or (Light Aircraft Carrier configuration: up to 12 x AV-8P/F-35Bs and 6 x helicopters + 6 more helicopters can be hosted on the flight deck of the ship in).

Long Range Patrol (accompanying a Richelieu-class Aircraft carrier): 4 x F-35B Lightnight II + 8 x AV-8P Harrier II (12 aircraft); 4 x MV-22 Osprey; 2 x SH-60/MH-60 SeaHawk ASW; 6 x MH-60S Knighthawk; 6 x NH-90 MTT (Maritime Tactical Transport).

Configurations: 1. Amphibious Assault. 2. Humanitarian Missions. 3. Aircraft/Helicopter Carrier. 4. Military Force Projection.

Is capable of transporting 144 containers, water treatment plants or power plants as well as evacuated civilians. It has two operation rooms, a dentist's room, a sick bay (26 beds), a consulting room, a first aid room, an ICU (8 beds), 1 Transmisible Disease unit (4 beds), an injury selection area, an X-ray room, a lab and a chemist's room. An elevator connects the dock, flight deck and cargo decks to the hospital to transport invalid personnel.

America-class Amphibious Assault Ships (LHA): 8 ships.
L: 257 m x B: 32 m x D: 7.9 m.
Complement: 65 officers, 994 enlisted (1.059 crew)
Armament: 2 x 21 cell RAM CIWS launchers; 2 x octuple Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile launchers; 2 x Phalanx CIWS 20 mm; 3 x 25 mm Mk.38 cannons; 7 x dual 12.7 mm machine guns.

Speed: +22 kt. Range: 9.500 nmi at 18 kt.

Troops: 1,871 Marines (plus 184 surge), almost the full strength of a Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU = 2,200 troops).

Capacity: can transport up to 1,487 m² of cargo, and another 1,858 m² is allocated for the MEU's vehicles, which typically consists of 5 x Main Battle Tanks; up to 25 x AAVs or 25 x Light Armored Vehicles; 8 x M198 howitzers, 68 x trucks (HMMVVVs), 10 x logistics vehicles, 12 x 5t trucks, 2 x water trailers, 1 x fuel service truck, 4 x rough terrain forklifts and 2 x generator trailers. These vehicles can be loaded aboard landing craft, and the majority can be rigged for transportation to the beach by helicopter.

Landing/Attack Craft: 2 x LCAC; or 2 x LCU; or 12 x LCM; or 40 x Amphibious Assault Vehicles (AAVs), with another 21 AAVs on the vehicle deck.

Aircraft Carried: 38 helicopters and VSTOL aircraft:
Standard Complement: 6 x F-35B/AV-8P; 4 x AH-1Z attack helicopters; 2 x UH-1Y utility helicopters; 4 x CH-53K; 12 x MH-60S Knighthawk/NH-90 MTT (Maritime Tactical Transport) (or 6 x F-35B/AV-8P; 4-12 x CH-47/MV-22B Osprey; 6-9 x CH-53K; 2 x MH-60S Knighthawk and 2-6 x UH-1Y utility helicopters).
Assault Configuration: 6 x F-35B/AV-8P; 12 x CH-47 or MV-22B Osprey; 4 x CH-53K; 2 x MH-60S Knighthawk; 4 x AH-1Z attack helicopters; 3 x UH-1Y utility helicopters.
Light Aircraft Carrier configuration: 25 x F-35B/AV-8P attack aircraft and 6 x SH-60/MH-60 ASW helicopters.

The vessel has hangar large enough to accommodate aircraft movement. The ship also has an enlarged hangar deck, enhanced aviation maintenance facilities, increased aviation fuel capacity, increased storage for aviation parts and support equipment and an electronically reconfigurable C4ISR suite.

Provide the heavy airlift needed to deliver supplies to inaccessible areas after a disaster or conduct rapid and sustained non-combatant evacuation operations when personal safety is in jeopardy. The hospital have a receiving/pre-op area with room for up to 7 beds and that has a huge elevator door through which injured people are brought from the flight deck, 2 operating rooms, a 3 bed ICU, and a 23 bed recovery area; 3 dental wards; can turn into a facility with 600 beds in no time.

Ticonderoga-class (upgrade) AEGIS Guided Missile Cruisers (CG): 16 ships.
L: 173m x B: 16.8m x Draft: x 10.2m.
Complement: 33 officers, 27 Chief Petty Officers, and approx. 340 enlisted.
Armament: 2 × 61 cell Mk 41 vertical launch systems (VLS) (127 missiles): typically 80 x SM-2MR/ER (SAM missile) or Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile (4 per cell) or Standard Extended Range Active Missile (ERAM); 7 x SM-3 (antibalistic missiles); 16 x ASROC anti-submarine missiles; 26 x Tomahawk cruise missiles. 2 × quadruple Harpoon missile launcher (8 missiles); 2 x 11 cell SeaRAM CIWS launchers. 2 × 127 mm guns; 2 × 25 mm Mk 38 gun; 4 × 12.7 mm gun; 2 × Phalanx CIWS 20 mm; 2 × Mk 32 324 mm triple torpedo tubes (6 torpedoes).
Aircraft carried: 2 × SH-60B/MH-60R Seahawk Helicopters.

Speed: +33 kt. Range: 6,000 nmi (11,000 km) at 20 kt.

Mission: to be employed in support of carrier battle groups (host the group's air warfare commander) or amphibious assault groups, as well as performing missions such as interdiction or escort and be command ship in naval task forces.

It have the SPY-1D PESA Radar for radar navigation, periscope detection, as well as missile guidance and communication with range 350+ kms. for 200 each array and 800 total targets simultaneously tracked.

Arleigh Burke Flight IIIP-class (upgrade) AEGIS Guided Missile Destroyer (DDG): 36 ships.
L: 160m x B: 20m x D: 9.3m.
Complement: 23 officers, 300 enlisted.
Armament: 1 × 32 cell and 1 × 64 cell Mk 41 VLS (96 missiles) for SM-2MR/ER (SAM missile) or Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile (ESSM) (4 per cell) or Standard Extended Range Active Missile (SM-6 ERAM); SM-3 (antibalistic missiles); ASROC anti-submarine missiles; Tomahawk cruise missiles. 2 × quadruple Harpoon missile launcher (8 missiles). 1 x 11-cell SeaRAM launcher CIWS missile launchers. 1 × 127mm gun; 2 × Phalanx CIWS 20 mm cannons; 2 × 25 mm M242 Bushmaster cannons; 4 × 12.7 mm guns; 2 × Mark 32 triple torpedo tubes (6 x Mk-46 or Mk-50 or Mk-54 torpedoes). 1 x AN/SEQ-3 Laser Weapon System.

Boats & landing craft carried: 2 × rigid hull inflatable boats.
Aircraft carried: 2 × SH-60/MH-60R LAMPS III SeaHawk helicopters.

Speed: +30 kt. Range: 4,400 nmi (8,100 km) at 20 kt.

Missions: These warships were designed as multimission destroyers: strategic land strike role; antiaircraft warfare (AAW) role; antisubmarine warfare (ASW); and antisurface warfare (ASuW); mobile antiballistic missile and anti-satellite weaponry platforms.

It have the AN/SPY-6 AESA 3D radar for radar navigation, periscope detection, as well as missile guidance and communication with range 700+ kms. for 200 each array and 800 total targets simultaneously tracked.

AN/SEQ-3 Laser Weapon System: The LaWS is a ship-defense system that engaged an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV or drone) and small-boat attacker. LaWS uses an infrared beam from a solid-state laser array which can be tuned to high output to destroy the target or low output to warn or cripple the sensors of a target. The LaWS is designed to be used against low-end asymmetric threats. Scalable power levels allow it to be used on low-power to dazzle a person's eye to non-lethally make them turn away from a threatening posture, and increase to 30 thousand watts (30 kW) to fry sensors, burn out motors, and detonate explosive materials. Against a vital point on small UAVs, one can be shot down in as little as two seconds. When facing small boats, the laser would target a craft's motor to disable it and make it "dead in the water," then repeating this against others in rapid succession, requiring only a few seconds of firing per boat. Targeting the platform is more effective than individual crewmembers, although the LaWS is accurate enough to target explosive rockets if on board, whose detonations could kill the operators. Against a larger aircraft like a helicopter, LaWS can burn through some vital components to cause it to fall and crash

Horizon-class Guided Missile Destroyer (DDG): 24 ships.
L: 152.87m x B: 20.3m x D: 5.4m.
Complement: 236 (195 based-crew + 13 flight staff + 18 others) - 255 personnel.
Armament: 1 x 48-cell Sylver VLS (48 missiles) for Aster 15 missiles (range 1.7–30 km) or Aster 30 missiles (range 3–120 km) or Aster 30 Block 1 NT anti balistic missile (range 1,500 km); 1 x 16-cell SYLVER A70 VLS for 16 Storm Shadow Naval land-attack cruise missiles; 2 x 4 (8 missiles) Exocet anti-ship missiles; 1× Sadral Mistral CIWS (6 x missile). 2 × 76 mm OTO Melara Super Rapid guns; 2× 25 mm OTO Melara KBA guns. 2 x SITEP LRAD MASS CS-424 mounts serve as acoustic weapons. 2 x OTO Melara/Selex SCLAR-H decoy launchers for 105mm or 118mm multipurpose rockets (can also be employed in shore bombardment role). 2 × 2 WASS B515/1 single torpedo tubes for MU90 Impact (with 24 torpedos stored).

Aircraft carried: 1 x helicopter type AW-101 Merlin ASW or SH-90A Caiman ASW for long-range anti-submarine warfare, search and rescue, utility and other roles.

Speed: 29 kt. Range: 7.000 nmi at 18 kt.

Boats: 2 x RHIBs Hurricane 733 for high speed assault/commando operations. The boats have a maximum speed of about 50 knots.

Mission: the warship is wholly outfitted to undertake many roles for the Panamanian Navy including counter-piracy sorties, humanitarian/disaster relief, and convoy/battlegroup escort.

It have the S1850M, is a long range passive electronically scanned array radar for wide area search. It is a modified version of the Thales SMART-L radar. The S1850M is capable of fully automatic detection, capable of detecting ballistic missiles and have a tracking range of 2000 km for ballistic missile defence and 480 km for air defence and track initiation and tracking of up to 1,000 targets.

Sachsen-class Guided Missile Frigate (FFG): 44 ships.
L: 143m x B: 17.44m x D: 6m.
Complement: 242 crew (38 officers, 64 petty officers, and 140 enlisted sailors) + 13 officers and sailors of a optional commander's staff.
Armament: 1 x 32 cells Mk 41 VLS Tactical for 24 x SM-2 (or SM-6 ERAM) and 32 x RIM-162 ESSM (quad-packs per cell) surface-to-air missiles (optional SM-3 antiballistic missile or ASROC anti-submarine missiles or Tomahawk cruise missiles). 2 x quadruple Harpoon anti-ship missile launchers (8 missiles). 2 x RAM CIWS launchers with 21 surface-to-air missiles each (42 RAM missiles). 1 x OTO-Melara 76 mm dual-purpose gun; 2 x Rheinmetall 27mm MLG 27 remote-controlled autocannons in single mounts. 2 x triple torpedo launchers for the 324 mm (6 EuroTorp MU90 Impact torpedoes).
Aircraft carried: 2 x SH-90 ASW Helicopters.

Speed: 29 kt. Range: 4.000 nm at 18 kt.

There is a Thales SMART-L radar for long-range aerial surveillance. It can detect and track ballistic missiles at a range of 480 km to +2000 km. At shorter ranges this radar can reportedly track stealth weapons. This AESA radar operating in the L-band (The SMART-L) is capable of tracking 1500 targets simultaneously and provides early warning.

Álvaro de Bazán class AEGIS Guided Missile Frigate (FFG): 44 ships.
L: 146.7m x B: 18.6m x D: 4.75m.
Complement: 250 (48 officers).
Armament: 1 × 48 cell Mk 41 VLS for 32 × SM-2MR/ER (or SM-6 ERAM or SM-3 antibalistic missiles); and 64 × RIM-162 Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile (ESSM) (quad-packs per cell) or ASROC anti-submarine missiles or Tomahawk cruise missiles. 2 x quadruple Harpoon anti-ship missile launchers (8 missiles). 1 × 127mm gun; 1 X Phalanx CIWS 20mm cannon. Two 25mm Typhoon automatic machine guns . 4 × 12.7 mm guns. 4 × 324 mm Mk32 Mod 9 double Torpedo launchers (12 Honeywell Mk46 mod 5 or MU 90 Torpedoes).
Aircraft carried: 1 × SH-60B /MH-60 LAMPS III Seahawk Helicopter.

Speed: 28 kt. Range: 4.500 nm at 18 kt.

Mission: The Alvaro de Bazan class has strong anti-air warfare weapons. Missions of these Panamanians frigates include protection of expeditionary forces, anti-submarine duties, long-range anti-aircraft defence and anti-missile protection (90 air and sea targets in 600 kms radius). The vessels are also fitted with command facilities and can act as flagships.

It have the SPY-1D PESA Radar for radar navigation, periscope detection, as well as missile guidance and communication with range 350+ kms. for 200 each array and 800 total targets simultaneously tracked.

Ada-class Missile Guided Corvettes (FFL(G)): 36 ships.
L: 99.56m x B: 14.40m x D: 3.89m.
Complement: 93 including aviation officers, with accommodation for up to 106
Armament: 8 × Harpoon Anti-surface missiles; 1 x 21 RAM CIWS missile launcher. 1 × 76 mm OtoMelara Super Rapid gun. 2 × 12.7 mm Aselsan STAMP machine guns . 2 × 324 mm Mk.32 triple launchers for Mk.46 torpedoes.
Boats & landing craft carried: 2 x RHIB.
Aircraft carried: (Hangar and platform for): 1 x S-60B Seahawk ASW helicopters; 1 x Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).

Speed: 30 kt. Range: 3.500 nm at 15 kt.

It have the SMART-S Signaal Multibeam Acquisition Radar for Tracking, S band naval medium to long-range air and surface surveillance multibeam passive electronically scanned array 3D radar. The system has two operating modes: medium range up to +150 km and long range up to +250 km. Maximal numbers of tracked targets Sea+Air: 500.

Freedom-class of Littoral Combat Ships (LCS): 36 ships.
L: 115m x B: 17.5m x D: 3.9m.
Complement: 75 crew.
Troops: 30-48 Marines or Special Forces.
Armament: 8 x RGM-184A Naval Strike Missiles anti-ship missile (Operational range NSM: 185 km) ; 24 × AGM-114L Hellfire missiles. 1 x RAM CIWS 21 missile surface-to-Air Missiles. 1 x 57mm gun; 4 x 12.7mm machine guns; 2 x 30mm Mk44 Bushmaster II guns. 1 x Lockheed Martin 150 kw High Energy Laser.
Boats & landing craft carried: 1 x 11m RHIB; 12m high-speed boats.
Aircraft carried: 2 x MH-60R/S helicopters or 1 x MH-60 and 3 x MQ-8B Fire Scout VTUAV’s or 1 × MQ-8C Fire Scout UAV.

Speed: 47 knots. Range: 3.500 nm at 18 kt.

Mission: Search Submarines; multipurpose warships to operate in the littoral zone; to be a networked, agile, stealthy surface combatant capable of defeating anti-access and asymmetric threats in the littorals. They have the capabilities of a small assault transport. The ship is easy to reconfigure for different roles, including anti-submarine warfare, mine countermeasures, anti-surface warfare, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, homeland defense, maritime intercept, special operations, and logistics. Due to its modular design, the LCS will be able to replace slower, more specialized ships such as minesweepers and larger amphibious-type assault ships.

The Panama Coalition navy LCS is reconfigured for various roles by simultaneous multiple mission packages, each of which includes mission module equipment (weapon systems, sensors, etc.), carried craft and mission crews. Modules include Anti-submarine warfare (ASW), mine countermeasures (MCM), surface warfare (SUW), and special warfare missions. Compared to the original LCS, the technology on these ships is more conventional, so they require more crew, are less expensive ($ 250 million each) and more efficient.

  • Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) mission: the LCS have MH-60S; Firescout VTUAV; Light Weight Towed Torpedo Decoy System; Multi-Function Towed Array (MFTA) and Continuous Active Sonar / Variable Depth Sonar (CAS VDS).

  • Surface Warfare mission: it have the 30mm Guns; MH-60R equipped with Hellfire Missiles; Firescout Vertical Take-Off Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (VTUAV); Surface to Surface Missile Module (SSMM) and 11m RHIBs for Maritime Interdiction.

  • Mine Countermeasures mission: it have MH-60S; Firescout VTUAV; Airborne Laser Mine Detection System (ALMDS); Airborne Mine Neutralization System (AMNS); Remote Mine-Hunting System (RMS); Coastal Battlefield Reconnaissance and Analysis (COBRA); Unmanned Influence Sweep System (UISS) and Knifefish Unmanned Underwater Vehicle.

The Freedom class ship is to be equipped with TRS-4D naval radar. It is an Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) built by Airbus Defense and Space with a range of 250+ kms and tracking +1000 air and surface targets. The ship also has Lockheed Martin’s combat management system COMBATSS-21 and AN/SQR-20 towed array to search for submarines. Is also equipped with the AN/SLQ-25 Torpedo Defense system.

Pegasus-class (upgrade) Hydrofoils Fast Attack Patrol Boats (PHM): 40 Boats.
L: 41m x B: 8.5m.
Complement: 4 officers, 17 enlisted.
Armament: 2 x quadruple Harpoon anti-ship missile launchers (8 missiles); 1 × OTO Melara 76mm Super Rapid Gun; 4 × 12.7 mm guns.

Speed: 12 knots (22 km/h; 14 mph) hullborne; 48 knots (89 km/h; 55 mph) foilborne. Range: 1200 nm.

Mission: Sensor upgrade for firing beyond the horizon. Cost-effective hydrofoil boat designed to operate in coastal waters and equipped to fulfill the missions of destroyers and frigates in those areas so that these larger ships could be deployed to areas where they are needed most. These missions included surface surveillance as well as immediate responses such as Surface-to-surface missiles (SSM) to any hostile actions conducted by enemy navies. The PHMs to are minimally manned and include a mothership for maintenance and support. Manning and crew activities are limited to port/starboard watches. Maintenance, logistics, and support are provided by a mothership. This ships were designed to the same operational manning and maintenance concept as the LCS.

Ohio-Class Guided Missile Nuclear Submarine (SSGN): 4 boats
L: 170 m x B: 13 m.
Speed: 18kt surfaced and 25kt submerged.
Range: unlimited.
Complement: 15 officers, 140 enlisted.
Armament: 154 Vertical Launched Missiles in 22 tubes, each with 7 x BGM-109 Tomahawk cruise missiles (154 Tomahawk missiles) or Popeye Turbo SLCM missile (200 kt nuclear warhead; Range: 1500 kms; Speed: supersonic) or AIM-9X Sidewinder Submarine-Air Missile. 4 × 533 mm torpedo tubes for 13-24 Mk48 ADCAP heavyweight torpedoes; Tomahawk cruise missile and sub harpoon anti-ship missiles or A3SM submarine-air launched MICA IR missile (range 20 km). Advanced Mobile Mine (Mk60 CAPTOR mines) may also be fitted. 8 x launchers for the mk2 torpedo decoy.

Vehicles: Can transport Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV); 1 x Systems advanced SEAL delivery system (ASDS).

Troops: 66 SOF (Special Operations Forces) (sailors, Marines, SEALs or MARSOC teams).

The missile tubes can also accommodate additional stowage canisters for SOF equipment, food, and other consumables to extend the submarines’ ability to remain forward deployed in support of combatant commander’s tasking. The missile tubes are also able to accommodate payloads such as new types of missiles, unmanned aerial vehicles, and unmanned undersea vehicles., the ADM-160 MALD, sensors for antisubmarine warfare or intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance missions. Improved communications equipment installed during the upgrade allows the SSGNs to serve as a forward-deployed, clandestine Small Combatant Joint Command Center.

Virginia-class nuclear attack submarines (SSN): 16 boats.
L: 115 m x B: 10 m.
Speed: 25 knots or over.
Range: unlimited.
Complement: 135 (15 officers).
Armament: 12 × VLS (16 x Tomahawk cruise missile or AIM-9X Sidewinder Submarine-Air Missile) tubes. 4 × 533 mm torpedo tubes for +26 Mk48 ADCAP heavyweight torpedoes; Tomahawk cruise missile; sub harpoon anti-ship missiles; Popeye Turbo SLCM missile (200 kt nuclear warhead; 1500 kms; Speed: supersonic) or A3SM submarine-air launched MICA IR missile (range 20 km). Advanced Mobile Mine (Mk60 CAPTOR mines) may also be fitted.

Vehicles: Can transport Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV); 1 x Systems advanced SEAL delivery system (ASDS).

In contrast to a traditional bladed propeller, the Virginia class uses pump-jet propulsors. An integral lock-out / lock-in chamber is incorporated into the hull for special operations. The chamber can host a mini-submarine, such as Northrop Grumman's Oceanic and Naval Systems advanced SEAL delivery system (ASDS), to deliver special warfare forces such as navy sea air land (SEAL) teams or Marine reconnaissance units for counter-terrorism or localised conflict operations.

Soryu-class (upgrade) diesel-electric Attack Submarines (SS): 60 boats.
L: 84.0m x B: 9.1m x D: 8.5m.
Speed: Surfaced: 13 kn. Submerged: 20 kn.
Range: AIP endurance (est.): 6.100 nautical miles at 6.5 kn.
Complement: 65 (9 officers, 56 enlisted).
Armament: 6 × 533 mm torpedo tubes with 30 reloads for: Type 89 torpedo (range: 27 nm); Harpoon antiship missiles; Tomahawk cruise missile; Mines; Popeye Turbo SLCM missile (200 kt nuclear warhead; Range: 1500 kms; Speed: supersonic) or A3SM submarine-air launched MICA IR missile (range 20 km).

Soryu Class is widely recognised as one of the world’s best submarines and often acknowledged to be the world’s most advanced, quietest, conventionally powered submarine. It is a air-independent propulsion submarine allowing them to stay submerged for longer periods of time. Lithium-ion batteries have almost double the electric storage capacity of traditional lead-acid batteries, and by not only replacing them in the existing battery storage areas but adding to the already large battery capacity by also filling the huge space (several hundred tons displacement) inside the hull previously occupied by the AIP Stirling engines and their fuel tanks with these new batteries, the amount of (more powerful) batteries carried overall is massive. This has improved the underwater endurance significantly and is felt will be an advantage over the slow recharge capability of the AIP system. This accomplishing a long-sought capability designed to give the submarines an extra acoustic edge during sensitive operations and combat operations.

Wasp-class Landing Helicopter Dock (LHD): 8 ships.
Length: 257m x B: 31.8m x D: 8.1m
Complement: 1,208.
Armament: 2 x RAM CIWS 21 Missile Launcher surface-to-Air Missiles; 2 xRIM-7 Sea Sparrow missile launchers; 3 x 20 mm Phalanx CIWS; 4 x 25 mm Mk 38 chain guns; 4 x 12.7mm machine guns.

Speed: +22 kt. Range: 9.500 nmi at 18 kt.

Troops: 2000 Marines, almost the full strength of a Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU = 2,200 troops).

Capacity: can transport up to 2,860 m² of cargo, and another 1,858 m² is allocated for the MEU's vehicles, which typically consists of 5 x Main Battle Tanks; up to 25 x AAVs or 25 x Light Armored Vehicles; 8 x M198 howitzers, 68 x trucks (HMMVVVs), 10 x logistics vehicles, 12 x 5t trucks, 2 x water trailers, 1 x fuel service truck, 4 x rough terrain forklifts and 2 x generator trailers. These vehicles can be loaded aboard landing craft, and the majority can be rigged for transportation to the beach by helicopter.

Landing/Attack Craft: 3 x LCAC; or 2 x LCU; or 12 x LCM; or 6 LCM-8; or 40 x Amphibious Assault Vehicles (AAVs), with another 21 AAVs on the vehicle deck.

Aircraft carried: 35. Actual mix depends on the mission.
Standard Complement: 6 x AV-8P Harrier II/F-35B Lightnight II; 4 x AH-1Z Viper attack helicopter; 12 x NH-90/MH-60S (or 12 x CH-47/MV-22 Osprey); 4 x CH-53 Super Stallion; 3–4 x UH-1Y Helicopters.
Amphibious Assault: 6 x AV-8Bs; 4 x AH-1Z Viper attack helicopters; 12 x NH-90/MH-60S; 9 x CH-53K Super Stallions; 4 x UH-1Y.
Assault: +22 x MV-22 Osprey/CH-47/NH-90 or 42 x MH-60S Knighthawk helicopters.
Sea Control: 20-24 AV-8P Harrier II/F-35B Lightnight II attack aircraft; 6 x SH-60/MH-60 ASW helicopters.

Each Wasp-class ship has a hospital with 64 patient beds and six operating rooms. An additional 536 beds can be set up in an "Overflow Casualty Ward" as needed.

Whidbey Island-class Dock Landing Ship (LSD): 8 ships.
L: 186m x B: 26m x D: 5.94m
Complement: 22 officers, 391 enlisted.
Armament: 2 × 25 mm Mk 38 cannons; 2 × 20 mm Phalanx CIWS cannons; 2 x 21 cell RAM CIWS missile surface-to-Air Missiles; 8 × 12.7 mm machine guns.

Speed: +22 kt. Range: 8.000 nm at 18 kt

Ship's Boats on deck: 2 x Sea Ark Patrol Craft (10.36 m.); 1 x RHIB (11 m.) boat; 1 x LCVP Mk-5.

Troops: up to 504 marines.

Boats & landing craft carried: 4+1 x LCACs; or 21 x LCM-6; or 3 x LCU; or 64 x AAV-7A1 amphibious tracked armoured personnel carriers.

Capacity: 1161 m² and 141.6 m³.

Aviation facilities: Large helicopter platform aft, no hangar for 2 x CH-53E helicopters, or 2 x MV-22 Osprey, or 3 x CH-47 Chinook, or 2 x AV-8P Harrier II.

Mission: Dock Landing Ships support amphibious operations including landings via Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC), conventional landing craft and helicopters, onto hostile shores. These ships transport and launch amphibious craft and vehicles with their crews and embarked personnel in amphibious assault operations. The mission of the Whidbey Island Class Dock Landing Ships is to conduct prompt, sustained combat operations at sea, worldwide.

San Antonio-class amphibious transport docks (Landing Platform Dock) (LPD): 16 ships.
L: 208m x B: 32m x D: 7.0m.
Complement: 28 officers, 333 enlisted.
Armament: 2 x RAM CIWS Missile launchers; 2 x Mk-41 8-cell VLS for 64 × RIM-162 Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile (ESSM) (quad-packs per cell); 2 × Bushmaster II 30 mm guns; 10 x twin 12.7mm M2 Browning machine gun turrets.

Speed: +22 kt. Range: ?

Troops: 699 (66 officers, 633 enlisted); surge to 800 total.

Boats & landing craft carried: 2 x LCACs or 1 × LCU + 14 × Amphibious Assault Vehicles.

Capacity: three vehicle decks of 25,402ft² (2323 m²) and two cargo holds, with 25,548ft³ (708 m³)for bulk cargo and ammunition magazines in addition to the 1,234m³ (1190 m³) for cargo fuel.

Aviation facilities: Hangar: 1 x MV-22 Osprey/CH-53E/AW-101 or 3 x UH/AH-1s or 4 x MH-60S Seahawk (Knighthawk); Landing: 4 x MV-22 Osprey or 2 x CH-53K/AW-101 or 4 x AH-1Z/UH-1Y/AB-412 or 1 x AV-8P Harrier II.

Medical: 2 Operating Rooms, 24 Person Hospital Ward, 100 Casulity Overflow Capacity.

Mission: power projection; threat mitigation; humanitarian assistance and disaster relief. They can serve as sea bases for expeditionary forces, mobile airports for rotorcraft, command centers, hospitals, repair centers and floating logistical hubs for warehousing supplies. Other missions including special operations, intelligence gathering, counter-piracy operations, airborne mine countermeasures, maritime interdiction, and medical treatment of casualties. Because they have so much space, they have also been proposed for other missions not included in their original design concept such as missile defense of the homeland.

Karel Doorman-class Joint Logistic Support Ship (Multi-function Support Ship for Amphibious Operations) (JLSS): 6 ships.
L: 204.7 m x B: 30.4 m x D: 7.8 m.
Complement: 150 crew, 150 Non-enlisted persons (Helicopter-crews, medical teams).
Armament: 2 × Goalkeeper CIWS; 2 × 30mm Marlin WS rapid fire gun; 4 × 12.7mm Hitrole NT machine gun; 6–8 x 7.62mm FN MAG machine gun.

Speed: 18 kt. Range: 9.800 nm at 12 kt

Boats and landing craft: 2 × LCVP (Landing craft vehicle personnel); 2 × RHIB; LCU (Landing craft utility).

Capacity: 8000 m³ of fuel, more than 1000 m³ of helicopter fuel, approx 450 m³ of potable water and approx 400 tonnes of ammunition and other supplies. The JLSS has 2350 m² roll-on roll-off cargo deck for transport of material such as tracked & wheeled vehicles or containers. She has an elevator and crane for up to 40 tons, a roll on/roll off facility for vehicles, and a steel beach stern construction for accommodating cargo transfer via landing craft. Max payload is 10.600 tons, of which up to 5000 tons can be made up by armored vehicles and/or Roll-on Roll-off deck stores.

Aircraft carried:

A hangar bay for Up to 6 x Medium Helicopters (NH-90/AS-532 Cougar/AH-1Z/AH-64E with blades folded) or 2 x CH-47F Chinook with blades fully spread and
A flight deck suitable for 2 x CH-47 Chinook/MV-22 Osprey/AW-101.

Mission: The ship can accommodate up to 300 personnel, of which 159 are the ship's crew. She also has command rooms for war staffs and a large hospital facility with 20 treatment areas, and two surgery rooms. Modular flexibility allows configuration of temporary areas for evacuees or prisoners. Positioned off shore, the ship is designed to act as a Sea Based Operations Platform supporting (amphibious) land forces with logistic support providing supplies and helicopter support (transport and attack).

The Karel Doorman is impressive in size, but also because of the number of functionalities. This ship is literally a multi-tool, It can be used for strategic transport of our armed forces, our allies and international organizations. Both military and humanitarian. With this combination of features, the Karel Doorman delivers a truly international niche capability.

Spearhead class Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF): 8 ships.
L: 103.0 m x B: 28.5 m x D: 3.83 m.
Complement: 26 mariners (up 46 crew).
Armament: 4 x 12.7 mm M2 machine guns (2 aft, 2 forward).

Aviation facilities: Landing pad for 1 x helicopter, up to CH-53K King Stallion, parking and storage area for MH-60 Seahawk.

Speed: 35–45 kt. Range: 1,200 nm.

Boats & landing craft carried: Can deploy various rigid hull inflatable boats.

Capacity: 600 tons, 1,900 m² (20,000 sq ft). Could carry and deploy as many as 20-30 ACV.

Troops: 104 personnel for 14 days or 312 embarked personnel for four days.

Missions: Allow for the rapid transit and deployment of conventional or special forces as well as equipment and supplies. The vessels are a part of Military Sealift Command's. is able to transport Defense Force Army and Panama Coalition Marine Corps company-sized units with their vehicles, or reconfigurable to become a troop transport for an infantry battalion.

1. To interdict drug runners due to ship age and budget cuts.
2. Re-supplying special operations forces and conducting humanitarian assistance missions.
3. A hospital ship by setting up an expeditionary medical unit (EMU) inside the mission bay. Although it wouldn't be able to conduct the same tasks as a full-size hospital ship, large hospital ships are slow, while the EPF can serve as a quick transit platform for rapid medical response.
4. Intra-theater transport effectively.

Bacolod City-class Logistics Support Vessels (LSV): 8 ships.
L: 83 m x B: 18 m (with ramp folded) x D: 3.7 m.
Complement: 6 Officers and 24 enlisted.
Armament: 2 × 20 mm Oerlikon Mk10 cannons; 2 × 7.62 mm general purpose machine guns.

Speed: 12 kt. Range: 8.300 nm at 10 kt.

Aviation facilities: Helipad at aft deck.

Boats & landing craft carried: 2 × LCVPs on davits

Capacity: 2280 tons (900 tons for amphibious operations) of vehicles, containers or cargo, plus 150 troops. Can carry up to 15 Main Battle Tanks or 82 ISO standard containers.

Canberra II-class Carrier Transport Ship (CTS): 6 ships.
L: 250m x B: 31m x D: 10.8m.
Complement: 395 (35 officers).
Armament: 2 x 21 cell RAM CIWS Missile launchers; Stinger AAM Shoulder Missile Launcher; Javelin Shoulder Missile Launcher surface-surface missile; 1 × 40 mm twin OtoMelara Dardo CIWS; 2 × Phalanx CIWS 20 mm cannons; 4 x 25-mm Mk.38 cannons; ; 10 x twin 12.7mm M2 Browning machine gun.

Speed: 31 kt. Range: + 9.000 nm.

Troops: 3000 troops.

Boats & landing craft carried: Zodiac assault boats + Optional 22 x Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel (LCVP) (36 troops each).

Capacity: 4,200 m³ of cargo. Vehicles: None.

Endurance: 90 days.

Aviation facilities: Hangar aft: 1 x Heavy Helicopter (AW-101) or 2 x medium Helicopter (MH-60/AB-412). A Large helicopter platform up, no hangar for 2 x AW-101/MH-60/AS-532 Cougar/EC 725 Caracal or 4 x UH-1Y helicopters.

Medical: 3 Operating Rooms, 30 Person Hospital Ward, complete with dentistry, diagnostics, and psychological capabilities. 300 Casuality Overflow Capacity.

This ship need armed scort, Down the troops and cargo by Dock, Helicopters and in combat zones, by LCVP or Landing by transfer to LCM or LCU. Building in Panamanian Yards are a military modification of the original Canberra Liner Cruiser.

Watson-class vehicle cargo ship: 56 ships.
L: 290.0 m x B: 32.3 m x D: 10.4 m.
Complement: 26 civilian crew (up to 45); up to 50 active duty.
Aviation facilities: helicopter landing area.

Capacity: 13,000 ton with 36,511 m² (393,000 sq ft)

Speed: 24 kt; Range: 13,800 miles.

Mission: The vessels are designed to transport the army tanks, helicopters and other large items of military equipment to any location. With a beam of 106ft, the ships are the largest vessels that can fit through the Panama Canal. The ship is equipped for the following operations: roll-on / roll-off and lift-on / lift-off for transport vehicles and transport containers, for cargo transfer onto a pier and in-stream up to Sea State 3. The ship is also equipped for lift-on / lift-off onto transport lighterage, i.e flat-bottomed cargo-transporting barges.

Civil Use: The Watson class sealift ships are the result of the Strategic Defence Review and are designed for the strategic transport of military cargoes and vehicles in times of need. The Panama Coalition Ministry of Defence has purchased a 50 year charter from Panama Coalition Merchant Marine, who operate and crew the ships, utilising them as merchant vessels when they are not required for military service.

The strategic sealift ships are equipped with a satellite navigation receiver with a global positioning system, the LORAN C long-range high-accuracy Cytac navigation system, RDF radio direction finding system, a Doppler speed log, Echo depth sounder and a comprehensive communications suite.

Berlin-class Replenishment Ship (AOR): 12 ships.
L: 173.7 m x B: 24 m x D: 7.6 m.
Complement: 139 (+ 94).
Armament: 4 × MLG 27 mm autocannons; Stinger surface-to-air missile (MANPADS).
Aircraft carried: 2 × NH-90 helicopters.

Speed: 20 kt. Range: +9.900 nm.

Capacity: 9 540 tonnes of fuel; 450 tonnes fresh water; 550 tonnes mixed cargo.

Medical: hospital capacity of 43 patients.

Supply-class Fast Combat Support Ships (T-AOE): 4 ships.
L: 229.8 m x B: 32.6 m x D: 11.9 m.
Complement: 206 (maximum: 40 officers + 667 enlisted).
Armament: 1 x NATO Sea Sparrow (8 cell launcher) Missile System; 2 x Phalanx CIWS; 2 x 25 mm Machine Guns; 4 x 12.7 mm Machine Guns.
Aircraft carried: 2 x MH-60S/SH-60.

Speed: 25 kt. Range: 6.000 nm.

Capacity: Diesel Fuel Marine (DFM): 1,965,600 US gallons (7 441 tons); JP-5 fuel: 2,620,800 US gallons (9 921 tons); Water: 20,000 US gallons (76 tons); cargo ordnance holds for 1 800 tons of ammunition; 400 tons refrigerated cargo hold, 250 tons of general cargo and 800 bottles of bottled gas. There is also special cargo accommodation for oversize items such as cable reels and canned jet engines.

Emory S. Land-class Submarine Tender Ship (AS): 4 ships.
L: 198 m x B: 26 m x D: 7.9–8.8 m.
Complement: 250 crew (maximum: 81 officers, 1,270 enlisted - 1500).
Armament: 2 × 40 mm AA guns; 4 × 25 mm AA guns; Two 12.7 machine guns.
Aviation facilities: plataform for 2 x medium helicopters.

Speed: 18 kt. Range: 10.000 nm at 12 kt.

The ships provides food, electricity, water, consumable, spare parts, medical, dental, disbursing, mail, legal services, ordnance, and any parts or equipment repair that the submarine may require. To accomplish this, the ships have a physical plant similar to that of a small town, including 53 different specialized shops. The ships are a mobile support facility with the capability of tending 12 Diesel or nuclear-powered submarines simultaneously. The ship's capabilities include: nuclear system repair and testing, electrical and electronic repair, hull repair, sheet metal and steel work, pipe fabrication, foundry, woodworking, underwater diving and rescue, and hazardous material management. Various services are available to all submarines moored alongside including steam, diesel fuel, water, and electricity. The ship is capable of handling and storing the Navy's most modern tactical submarine launched weapons including: MK 48 ADCAP torpedoes, mines and Tomahawk Cruise Missiles.

They provide living quarters for more than 1500 people and is equipped with full medical and dental facilities, laundry and dry cleaning plants, data processing equipment and large storage areas for refrigerated and dry cargo food. Cranes, elevators and conveyors provide movement of material on and off the ship as well as between decks.

Pathfinder-class Oceanographic Survey Ships (T-AGS): 6 ships.
L: 100 m x B: 18 m x D: 5.8 m.
Complement: 53.
Armament: none.
Aircraft: none.

Speed: 25 kt. Range: 12.000 nm at 12 kt.

Survey Ships gather data which provides much of the military's information on the ocean environment. Oceanographic and hydrographic survey ships are used to study the world's oceans. The collected data helps to improve technology in undersea warfare and enemy ship detection. The oceanographic and hydrographic survey ships' multibeam, wide-angle precision sonar systems make it possible to continuously chart a broad strip of ocean floor. Military Sealift Command's Special Missions program supports worldwide oceanographic programs with ships which perform acoustical, biological, physical and geophysical surveys.

Mission: The T-AGS class ships are designed and constructed to provide multi-purpose oceanographic capabilities in coastal and deep ocean areas including; physical, chemical, and biological oceanography; multi-discipline environmental investigations; ocean engineering and marine acoustics; marine geology and geophysics; and bathymetric, gravimetric, and magnetometric surveying.

Typical missions of the T-AGS 60 class ships may include: oceanographic sampling and data collection of surface, midwater, and ocean floor parameters; the launching, recovering, and towing of scientific packages both tethered and autonomous including the handling, monitoring, and servicing of remotely operated vehicles (ROVs); shipboard oceanographic dataprocessing and sample analysis; and precise navigation, trackline maneuvering, and station keeping to support deep ocean and coastal surveys.

Besides mapping the ocean floor to update nautical charts, the Navy's oceanographic ships typically conduct sampling of the physical properties of the water column as well as the composition of the ocean floor, launch and recovery of instrument packages, acoustic property measurements, and process and analyze the data on board with the latest computer technology.

All the Navy's oceanographic survey ships carry the latest in over-the-side sensors and sampling equipment including bathythermographs, bottom corers, and seismic equipment.

Echo-class Multi-Purpose Hydrographic Survey Ships (T-AGOS): 6 ships.
L: 90.6 m x B: 16.8 m x D: 5.5 m.
Complement: 72
Armament: 2 × Oerlikon 20 mm cannons; 2 × Miniguns; 4 × General purpose machine guns.
Boats & landing craft carried: Survey motor boat.
Aviation facilities: Helipad

Speed: 25 kt. Range: 12.000 nm at 12 kt.

Mission: The vessels feature multirole capabilities to collect a range of military hydrographic and oceanographic data, and support mine warfare and amphibious operations . The vessels perform surveys to complement the submarines or amphibious operations. Echo Class vessels can provide real-time environmental information and act as a mine countermeasure tasking authority platform. They can provide almost real-time tailored environmental information, and also have a secondary role as a mine countermeasure tasking authority platform, for which they are capable of embarking a dedicated mine counter measures command team, and supporting other mine warfare vessels.

Katanpää-class Mine Countermeasure Vessels (MVMV): 16 ships.
L: 52.45 m x B: 9.87 m x D: 3.15 m.
Complement: 34–38.
Armament: 1 x 40 mm Bofors L/70 gun; Depth charges.
Underwater vehicles: Kongsberg Maritime HUGIN 1000 AUV; Hydroid REMUS 100 AUV; Saab Underwater Systems Double Eagle Mark II ROV; Atlas Elektronik SeaFox I ROV.

Speed: 13 kt. Range: 1.500 nm.

Mission: The ship are designed to conduct operations in archipelagos, coastal areas and open seas. The vessels can be deployed to clear mines from nationally important shipping routes. The MVMVs enhance the capabilities of the Panamanian Navy to conduct mine hunting and mine demolition tasks more effectively. The vessel features a monohull design, built from composite materials. Fibreglass is used for the hull, decks and bulkheads. The decks are further strengthened with balsa and carbon fibre materials for shock resistance against underwater explosions. The advanced materials used in the construction reduce the magnetic and acoustic signatures that could set off the mines.

Peace Ark-class Hospital Ship (T-AH): 4 ships.
L: 178 m x B: 25 m.
Complement: 428 crew + 100 medical workers.
Armament: none.
Aircraft carried: Hangar for 1 x Medium Helicopter (AW-101/NH-90/MH-60/AS-532 Cougar/EC 725 Caracal).

Top speed: 19 kts. Range: 10,000 nm.

The ship has 300 beds (and could possibly carry as many as 500), 20 ICUs, 8 operating theatres and can perform 40 major surgeries a day, in addition to X-ray, ultrasound, CT, hypothermia, hemodialysis, and dental facilities. She is also equipped with a remote networking and communications system to allow teleconferencing with doctors and specialists on land.

The ship is unarmed and painted white with red crosses to conform to the Geneva Convention criteria for a civilian hospital ship; firing upon it is potentially a war crime under international law.

Howard O. Lorenzen class Missile Range Instrumentation Ship (T-AGM-25): 2 ships.
L: 163 m x B: 27 m x D: 6.4 m.
Complement: 88 staff (including sailors, civil service mariners and mission technicians from government agencies)
Armament: -
Boats & landing craft carried: Survey motor boat.
Aviation facilities: Helipad.

Mission: The ship will be used for tracking and monitoring all missile launches and weapon tests carried out around the world. It will also be used in data collection of the tested weapons and launched missiles, providing useful information to the designers of arms in the Panama Coalition and the Joint Strategic Command of the Strategic Defense Force.

This ship carries a next-generation active electronically scanned array radar system named Cobra King. The Cobra King system included two AESA radar arrays, one in the S band and one X band, that are both controlled via a common operations control station. The S Band array is used for scanning large volumes of sky for objects and for tracking missiles in flight, while the X band array is used for zeroing in on small hard to detect objects like reentry vehicles, missile interceptors, or even tiny satellites. Cobra King can also track well over a thousand targets using both bands at range of 2.000-4.000 kms.

Mark VI Patrol Boat: 48 boats.
L: 25 m x B: 6.7 m x D:1.2 m.
Crew: 10 + 8 passengers.
Armament: 2 × 25 mm Mk 38 Mod2 chain guns; various machine guns, grenade launchers, and guided missile.

Speed: +45 kt. Range: 750 nm at 25 kt.

CB90-class fast assault craft (Riverine Command Boat) (RCB): 40 boats.
L: 15.9 m x B: 3.8 m x D: 0.8 m.
Complement: 3 (two officers and one engineer); Up to 21 amphibious troops with full equipment.
Armament: 3 × Browning M2HB machine guns; 1 × Mk 19 grenade launcher; 4 naval mines or 6 depth charges.

Speed: 40 knots. Range: 300 nm

The Riverine Command Boat (RCB) is a fully enclosed platform designed to conduct command and control, tactical mobility and fire support operations in hostile riverine and littoral (near-shore) environments. Are vessels specifically designed to operate in littoral and shallow water environments. Is an advanced multi-mission platform designed to provide tactical mobility and fire support in opposed riverine and littoral environments. The CB90 is a equip of the Berlin-class replenishment ships.

Sea Ark patrol craft (PBF): 80 boats.
L: 10.36 m x B: 3.66 m x D: 0.8 m.
Complement: 6
Armament: 1 x 12.7 mm machine gun; 3 x 7.62 mm machine guns.

Speed: 36 knots. Range: 200 nm

Mission: Small security / patrol boats.

Small Unit Riverine Craft (Riverine Patrol Boat) (SURC): 100 boats.
L: 12 m (w/ transom platform) x B: 3.10 m (collars removable for C-130 transport) x D: 0.61 m static.
Crew: 2 + 16 troops.
Armament: 3 mounts for heavy machine gun and smoke launchers.

Speed: 35 knots cruise, 39 knots sprint.

Is rigid-hull, armed and armored patrol boat used by the P.C. Marines and P.C. Navy to maintain control of rivers and inland waterways; to provide a platform for command and control, reconnaissance, logistic/resupply, medical evacuation, counter-drug operations, humanitarian assistance, peacekeeping and non-combatant evacuation operations & will be deployed to augment sea-based forces addressing terrorism and lawlessness.

Special Operations Craft Riverine (SOC-R) - River boat: 24 boats.
L: 10 m x B: 2.97 m x D: 0.61 m.
Crew: 4 crew (1 helmsman, 3 gunners).
Troops: 8 SEALs.
Armament: 2 × GAU-17 miniguns (7.62 mm) (forward); 1 × M2HB 12.7 mm machine gun (aft); 2 × M240B 7.62 mm light machine gun(s) (side-mounted); 2 × 40 mm Mk 19 grenade launcher.
Capacity: 700 lbs cargo.
Armor: Ballistic protection (up to .7.62mm x 39mm ball) for the engines, helmsman and gunners.

Speed: 40 knots.

The SOC-R is designed to fit aboard C-130 or larger military aircraft. Special Boat Teams (SBT) perform an insertion/extraction delivery system called MEATS. MEATS allows an Army MH-47 helicopter to carry a SOC-R rigged to the underbelly of the helicopter with slings. The Combatant-Craft Crewmen use a rope to get from the helicopter onto the craft for insertions, and a ladder dropped down from the helicopter to get off the SOC-R craft when extracted.



Jeanne d'Arc (Modernized)-class Helicopter Cruiser (CGH): 2 ships.
L:182 m x B:24 m x D:7.5 m
Crew and aircrew: 627 (total), 31 officers.
Armament: 6 × Exocet anti-ship missiles; 2 × Otobreda 76 mm rapid fire gun ; 3 × 20 mm Phalanx CIWS; 2 x 21-cell RAM CIWS missile launchers; 4 × 12.7 mm machine guns

Speed: 28 kt. Range: 6.800 nm

Troops: 700-800 Marines

Helicopters: 8 Medium Helicopters or 16 Light Helicopters (assault, rescue and ASW) (AS-332 Super Puma; AS-532 Cougar; EC-725 Caracal; AS-365N/F Dauphin, Augusta Westland AW-159, AW-109 Power).

Mission: is a specialized helicopter cruiser which in wartime could be employed for ASW operations, for amphibious assault, or as a troop transport capable of lifting a battalion of 700 men.

The hangar and the flight deck were originally served by a single central elevator with a capacity of 12t. The modernization included reinforcing the flight deck and the elevator to support 15t.

The ship was equipped with a CIC (Combat Information Center) to operate as a flag ship and command ship of the fleet, with modern systems of secure communications, satellite links and datalink, mission control, coordinate missions of all types on surface, anti-submarine and amphibious assault. It transports 700-800 marines to be transported by helicopter and air evacuation.

Spruance-class destroyer (DDG): 8 ships.
L: 161 m x B:16.8 m x D: 8.8 m
Complement: 19 officers, 315 enlisted
Armament: 2× quadruple Harpoon missile launcher (8 missiles); 1x 61-cell VLS launcher for SM-2 anti-aircraft guided missiles/Tomahawk cruise missiles/ASROC ASW missiles; 1 × 21 cell RAM CIWS missile launchers; 1 × 8 cell Sea Sparrow missile launcher; 2 × 127mm guns; 2 × 20 mm Phalanx CIWS; 2 × Mark 32 triple (324 mm) torpedo tubes (6 torpedoes).
Aircraft carried: 2 x SH-60/MH-60 Seahawk LAMPS III helicopters.

Speed: 32 kt. Range: 6.000 nm at 20 kt.

Oliver Hazard Perry-class (Upgrade) Guided Missile Frigate (FFG): 6 ships.
L: 138 m x B: 14 m x D: 6.7 m.
Complement: 17 officers and 198 enlisted.
Armament: 1 x single-arm Mk 13 Missile Launcher 40-missile magazine for SM-2 anti-aircraft guided missiles/Harpoon anti-ship missiles/Tomahawk cruise missiles/ASROC antisubmarine missiles; 1 × 8-cell Mark 41 VLS with Evolved Sea Sparrow (32 missiles); 1 x OTO Melara 76 mm gun; 1x 20 mm Phalanx CIWS; 6 x 12.7-mm machine guns; 2 × M2HB 12.7 mm Mini Typhoons gun (remote-controlled weapon station); 2 x triple Mark 32 ASW torpedo tubes (6 torpedoes).
Aircraft carried: 2 x SH-60/MH-60 Seahawk LAMPS III Helicopters.

Lupo-class Guided Missile Frigate (FFG): 6 ships.
L: 113.2 m x B: 11.3 m x D: 3.7 m.
Complement: 185 (20 officers).
Armament: 8 x Otomat Mk 2 SSMs (antiship missiles); 1 x Mk.29 octuple launcher for Sea Sparrow/Aspide SAM; 1 x OTO Melara 127/54 mm gun; 2 x OTO Melara Twin 40L70 DARDO CIWS gun; 2 x Mark 32 triple torpedo tubes (6 torpedoes)
Aircraft carried: 1 x AB-212 ASW Helicopter.

Almirante Padilla (FS 1500)-class Guided Missile Frigate (FFG): 4 ships.
L: 99.1 m x B: 11.3 m x D: 3.7 m.
Complement: 92
Armament: 8 x Exocet ASM; 4 x SAM Mistral Simbad; 1 x 76mm OTO-Melara Super Rapid gun; 1 x 40mm twin OTO Melara CIWS; 4 x twin Oerlikon 30/75 Mk 74 cannons; 6 × 324 mm Mk 32 (2 triple) ASW torpedo tube (6 torpedoes).
Aircraft carried: 1 × Helicopter (AS-555-SN Fennec or Bell-412 for over-the-horizon targeting).

It have the SMART-S Signaal Multibeam Acquisition Radar for Tracking, S band naval medium to long-range air and surface surveillance multibeam passive electronically scanned array 3D radar. The system has two operating modes: medium range up to +150 km and long range up to +250 km. Maximal numbers of tracked targets Sea+Air: 500.

Leander-class, or Type 12M (Batch 3 Modernized) Guided Missile Frigate (FFG): 4 ships.
L: 113.4 m x B: 12.5 m x D: 4.5 m.
Complement: 260
Armament: 4 × Exocet anti ship missile launchers; 1 × sextuple GWS.25 launcher with 30 sea wolf SAMs; 2 × Oerlikon 20 mm cannon; 1 × 20 mm Phalanx CIWS; 2 × triple 324 mm STWS-1 torpedo tubes (6 Mk 46 and Stingray ASW torpedoes).
Aircraft carried: 1 × ASW helicopter (AW-159/AS-565/AB-212).

Belharra-class (FTI) (Medium Size Frigate) Multi-mission frigate (FFG): 4 ships.
L: 122 m x B: 17.7 m
Complement: 110 crew and 15 for helicopter detachment. (+150).
Armament: 8 x Exocet MM40 Block 3C anti ship missile launchers; 2 x 8-cell A-50 type Sylver vertical launch systems for 16 Aster 15/30 surface-to-air missiles; 2 x 8 Sylver A70 VLS for 16 Aster15/30 or Storm Shadow Cruise Missiles. 1 x Oto Melara rapid fire 76mm; 2 x 20mm guns remotely-operated weapons at the rear; 1 x anti-ship missile decoy launching system; 2 x 2 deck-mounted torpedo tubes for MU90 (4 torpedoes).

Boats: 2 x rigid hulled inflatable boats for patrolling and transportation.

Aircraft carried: 1 x NH-90 medium helicopter and 1 x single unmanned rotorcraft system.

Radar: Sea Fire 500 AESA multifunction radar with 500 kms range.

The heavily armed frigates can be deployed in a wide range of missions such as anti-surface warfare, anti-submarine warfare, anti-aircraft warfare, patrol, maritime security, control of exclusive economic zone (EEZ), asymmetric warfare, and special forces activities.

Esmeraldas-class Corvette (FFL(G)): 6 ships.
L: 57,8 m x B: 9,3 m x D: 2,9 m.
Complement: 51.
Armament: 6 x Exocet Missiles; 1 x Missile Launcher 8-cell Albatros - Aspide SAM; 1 x Oto Melara 76 mm gun; 1 x Breda Dardo 40 mm/70 mm CIWS; 4 x heavy machine guns; 2 x Torpedo Launchers Mk 32 triple-tube 324mm (6 torpedoes).
Aircraft carried (Landing platform only. No hangar): 1 × Bell-206/Bell-407 Helicopter or 1 x Naval Light Helicopter (AW-109).

Guaiquerí-class (Avante 2400/2200) Corvette (FFL(G)): 4 ships.
L: 98,90 m x B: 13,60 m x D: 7,20 m.
Complement: 60 crew + 32 troops.
Armament: 2× quadruple Launcher Exocet ASM (8 missiles); 1 x VLS 16 cells Mica-VL AA missiles; 1 × 76 mm Leonardo Super Rapid naval gun; 1 × Oerlikon Millennium (Rheinmetall) 35 mm CIWS; 4 × 12,7 mm machine guns; 2 Torpedo Launchers Mk 32 triple-tube 324mm (6 torpedoes). Decoy Launching System (2 x launchers).
Boats: 2 x 7 m RHIBs
Aircraft carried: 1 × medium helicopter (NH-90, AS-565, AB-212 or AB-412).

Speed: 28 kt; Range: 4.500 nm at 15 kt.

The vessels have the SMART-S Mk2, with its 2 main modes, 250-km range for air targets and 80km for surface targets (of course the range is decreased with the decrease of the target's radar cross section, a tr)ack capacity of about 750 tracks, special helicopter mode, surface fire channels, easy installation, high reliability and easy maintainability, SMART-S Mk2 is one of the most advanced radars in its category. It have also Tactical Data Link (TDL); Integrated Communications Control System; Hull Mounted Sonar (HMS); Variable Depth Sonar (VDS); 1 x Towed Array Sonar (TAS); 1 x IFF Interrogator & Transponder;

Guaicamacuto-Class (Avante 1400) Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV): 4 ships.
L: 79.9 m x B: 11.8 m x D: 7 m.
Complement: 34 crew + 30 troops.
Armament: 1 × Oto Melara 76 mm; 1 × Oerlikon Millennium (Rheinmetall) 35 mm CIWS; 2 × 12.7 mm machine guns.
Boats: 3 x RHIBs (Stern ramp for 1 x 5.7m RHIB and 2 x additional 5.5m RHIBs at ship´s sides)
Aircraft carried (Flight deck): 1 x Medium Helicopter (AB-212, AB-412 or AS-565).

Speed: 16 - 22 knots; Range: 4.000 nm at 16 knots.

Mission: patrol duty in economic exclusive zone.

The vessels have the Variant Mk.2 Radar, Target Indicator, 2D Surface-to-Air & Surface-to-Surface with Max Range: 74.1 km. Properties: Identification Friend or Foe (IFF), Pulse Doppler Radar (Full LDSD Capability). Also have Tactical Data Link; 1 x IFF Interrogator & Transponder; Communications System: Integrated Communications Control System (ICCS).

COTECMAR OPV-93PC Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV): 8 ships.
L: 93.0 m x B: 14 m x D: 4.1 m.
Complement: 64 crew + 36 troops.
Armament: 1 × Oto Melara rapid fire 76mm gun; 2 x 20 mm automatic guns; 2 × 12.7 mm machine gun; 1 × 20 mm Phalanx CIWS.
Boats: 1 x 14 m RHIB; 2 x 7.5 m RHIB (rigid hulled inflatable boats) for Fast interdiction.
Aircraft carried: 1 x 10 ton Medium Helicopter (SH-60/MH-60 SeaHawk; AS-365 Dauphin; AB-212 or AB-412)

Capacities: Fuel 390 m³; Fresh Water 57 m³.
Speed: 20 – 25 knots; Range: 10.000 nm at 12 knots

Mission: It has an integrated communications, datalink and satellite system. This ship is capable to undertake operations for marine interdiction, control and protection of maritime traffic, search and rescue, humanitarian aid, control and protection of the environment. All these contribute to sovereignty reinforcement and strategic deterrence.

Fassmer-class OPV-80 Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV): 8 ships.
L: 80.6 m x B: 13 m x D: 3.9 m.
Complement: 30 crew + 30 troops.
Armament: 1 × Oto Melara 76 mm; 6 x 20 mm automatic guns or 6 × 12.7 mm machine gun (or a combination of both); 1 x 21-cell RAM CIWS missile launchers.
Boats: 1 x 12 m RHIB; 2 x 7.5 m RHIB (rigid hulled inflatable boats) for Fast interdiction.
Aircraft carried: 1 x 10 ton Medium Helicopter (AS-365 Dauphin; AB-212 or AB-412)

Capacities: Fuel 300 m³; Fresh Water 48 m³.
Speed: 18 – 25 knots; Range: 12.000 nm at 12 knots

Based on the well-proven OPV 80 hull design the Auxiliary Personnel Hospital APH 80 has been equipped with additional naval functions like, for example, a well equipped hospital directly connected to a fully operable flight deck and additional troop quarters. This large and outstanding sea-keeping vessel operates as an optimum auxiliary fleet vessel. Its main missions are humanitarian aid and disaster relief operations for which it includes a hospital and upgraded accommodations. Additionally, this all-in-one can execute low intensity patrol tasks such as maritime interdiction, antipiracy, troop transport, SAR and fishery protection.

Gepard-class Fast Attack Craft-Missile (FAC(M)): 6 boats.
L: 57.6 m x B: 7.8 m x D: 2.6 m.
Complement: 5 officers, 31 enlisted
Armament: 4 × Exocet anti-ship missiles; 1 × 21 cells RAM CIWS missiles; 1 × Otobreda 76 mm gun; 2 × 12.7 machine guns; Mine laying capability.
Speed: 40 kt; Range: 2600 nm.

Quito-class (Lürsen TNC-45) Fast Attack Craft-Missile (FAC(M)): 4 boats.
L: 45 m x B: 7 m x D: 2.5 m.
Complement: 35 crew.
Armament: 4 x Exocet Anti Ship missiles; 1 x Oto Melara 76mm; 1 x Oerlikon twin 35mm gun; 2 x 7.62 mm machine guns.
Speed: 40 kt; Range: 2080 nm.

Constitucion-class (upgrade) Fast Attack Craft-Missile (FAC(M)): 6 boats.
L: 36.9 m x B: 7.1 m x D: 1.8 m.
Complement: 20 (4 officers).
Armament: 2 x Otomat Anti ship missile; 1 x 30 mm gun; 2 x 12.7 mm machine guns.
Speed: 31 kt; Range: 1350 nm.

Type 206A class diesel-electric submarines (SS): 2 boats.
L: 48.49 m x B: 4.58 m x D: 4.30 m.
Speed: 10 knots surfaced; 17 knots submerged.
Range: 4,500 nautical miles at 6 knots surfaced; 228 nautical miles at 4 knots submerged.
Complement: 22
Armament: 8 × 533 mm torpedo tubes, 8 x DM2A3 Seehecht (206A) torpedoes; 24 mines can be carried externall.

Type 209 class diesel-electric attack submarine (SS): 6 boats.
L: 64.4 m x B: 6.5 m x D: 6.2 m.
Speed: 11.5 knots, surfaced; 22.5 knots, submerged.
Range: 11000 Nautical miles surfaced, 400 nmi at 4 knots, submerged.
Complement: 36.
Armament: 8 × 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes, 14 torpedoes; optional UGM-84 Harpoon integration; Popeye Turbo SLCM missile (200 kt nuclear warhead; Range: 1500 kms; Speed: supersonic). 28 mines in place of torpedoes and Harpoon missiles; can carry 24 mines externally.

Mistral-class Amphibious assault ship (LHD): 4 ships.
L: 199 m x B: 32 m x D: 6.3 m.
Complement: 20 officers, 80 petty officers, 60 quarter-masters.
Armament: 2 × Simbad systems (Mistral Missiles); 2 x Breda-Mauser 30 mm/70 guns; 4 × 12.7 mm machine guns.

Boats & landing craft carried: 4 x LCM or 2 x LCAC (Landing Craft, Air Cushion); 4 x RHIB.

Troops: 900 (short duration) or 450 (long durations) or 150 (serving as operational headquarters).

Capacity: +70 vehicles or 13 MBT tanks + 46 other vehicles or a 40-strong MBT tank battalion.

Aircraft carried: 16 x medium helicopters (AS-532 Cougar, NH-90, Tigre, AH-1Z, UH/MH-60S, SH-60) or 35 x light helicopters (AS-565 Panther, AB-412) + 1 Heavy Helicopter (CH-53 or MV-22 Osprey). Tipicaly (Navy aviation/PCMC): 1 x MV-22 Osprey; 2 x AH-1Z; 6 x AS-532 Cougar; 6 x NH-90; 4 x AS-565 Panther; 4 x AB-412. Sea Control: 1 x MV-22 Osprey; 2 x AH-1Z; 6 x SH-90 or SH-60/MH-60; 6 x AS-532 Cougar; 4 x AS-565 Panther.

The Mistral class can be deployed as command and control vessels. Command center can host up to 150 personnel.

Hospital Facilities: Each ship carries a NATO Role 3 medical facility, equivalent to the field hospital of an Army division or army corps, or to the hospital of a 25,000-inhabitant city, complete with dentistry, diagnostics, specialist surgical and medical capabilities, food hygiene and psychological capabilities. A Syracuse-based telemedicine system allows complex specialised surgery to be performed. The 900 m² hospital provides 20 rooms and 69 hospitalisation beds, of which 7 are fit for intensive care. The two surgery blocks come complete with a radiology room providing digital radiography and ultrasonography, and that can be fitted with a mobile CT scanner. 50 medicalised beds are kept in reserve and can be installed in a helicopter hangar to extend the capacity of the hospital in case of emergency.

Capana-class Landing Tank Ship (LST): 4 ships.
L: 104.8 m x B: 15.4 m x D: 3 m.
Complement: 117 (13 officers).
Armament: 2 x Breda Dardo twin 40 mm CIWS; 2 x Oerlikon 20 mm gun.
Aircraft carried (Flight deck): 1 x Medium Helicopter

Troops: 202 troops.
Capacity: 1600 tons of cargo.
Landing Craft: 4 x LCVP.

Speed: 14 kt. Range: 5600 nm at 11 kt.

Hyundai Logistic Support Ship (AORH): 2 ships.
L: 137.7 m x B: 18 m x D: 9.5 m.
Complement: 137 (22 officers).
Armament: 1 x Breda Dardo twin 40 mm CIWS; 2 × 12.7 mm machine guns.

Aviation facilities: Helipad for 1 x medium helicopter (Cougar).

Capacity: 4 400 tons of fuel and 900 tons of cargo.

Max Speed: 18,6 kt. Range: 4 500 nm at 15 kt.

Lüneburg-class Logistic Support Ship (AORH): 2 ships.
L: 104 m x B: 13.2 m x D: 4.2 m.
Complement: 82
Armament: 2 x Bofors twin 40 mm guns; Stinger shoulder launchers anti air missiles.

Aviation facilities: Helipad for 1 x medium helicopter.

Capacity: 1200 tons fuel; 200 tons water; 405 tons munitions; 1100 tons provisions.

Damen Stan Lander 5612-class Landing Craft Medium (LCM): 12 ships.
L: 57.3 m x B: 12 m x D: 2.7 m.
Complement: 16 + 9 (25 total)
Armament: none.

Speed: 11 kts. Range: 3.000 nm.

Capacity: 740 tons of cargo; Water: 16.2 m³.

Juanchaco class Logistic Support Ship (Damen fast ferry 4212-class double catamaran): 8 ships.
L: 42.15 m x B: 10.3 m x D: 1.5 m.
Complement: 5 crew.
Armament: 2 x 7.62 machine guns; Stinger shoulder launchers anti air missiles.

Speed: 30 kts. (Max: 40 kts). Range: 270 nm.

Capacity: 250 people + 3 containers or 445 passangers and stern crane for the loading / unloading of supplies and cargo.

Damen Buoy Laying Vessel 8317 Coast Buoy Tender: 2 ships.
L: 82.6 m x B: 16.5 m x D: 4 m.
Complement: 42 max
Armament: none

Crane capacity: 25 tonns.

Speed: 13.7 kn

Mission: Buoy handling, oil pollution recovery, hydrographic survey work, diving support. This versatile vessel is fitted with a dedicated buoy handling crane and ample accommodation, and delivers the highest levels of performance and operability. Fully air-conditioned for a total of 42 persons, all with private sanitary facilities, crew and guestrooms, mess rooms, lounges, conference rooms, office and gymnasium etc.

Punta Brava-Class Oceanographic research vessel (Survey and Research Ship) (AGOR): 1 ship.
L: 61.7 m x B: 11.9 m x D: 3.7 m.
Complement: 49 (6 officers) plus 6 scientist
Armament: none.
Boats: 2 survey lauches
Mission: A multipurpose ship for oceanography, marine research evaluation, geophysical and biological research. Equipped with Qubit hydrographic system. EW equipment is fitted.


PCS Simón Bolívar (BE-11) Steel class "A" tall ship.
L: 82 m x B: 10.7 m x D: 4.4 m.
Complement: 110 plus 87 cadets
Armament: none.

Mission: Its fundamental mission is to train the cadets of the Naval Academy and the aspect of its international mission is to invigorate and project the naval image of Panama Coalition, as well as to establish and strengthen ties of friendship with the navies of other countries.

PCS Gloria (BE-10) Type Barque.
L: 67.7 m x B: 10.6 m x D: 4,8 m.
Complement: 140 plus 77 cadets
Armament: none.

Speed: 12 knots under power.

PCS Guayas (BE-21) Steel-hulled barque.
L: 78.4 m x B: 10.16 m x D: 4.4 m.
Complement: 35 officers and 120 crew[ plus 80 cadets
Armament: none.