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Revision as of 23:50, 2 February 2012

The Canadian Halifax-class frigate HMCS St. John's (FFH-340)

In the modern navy, a frigate is a fast warship used for anti-ship warfare. Frigates are generally smaller than destroyers.

Real World Friagtes

  • Barbaros-class (Turkish Navy)
  • Brandenburg-class (German Navy)
  • Braunschweig-class (German Navy)
  • Bremen-class (German Navy)
  • Bronstein-class (United States Navy)
  • Brooke-class (United States Navy)
  • De Zeven Provinciën-class (Royal Netherlands Navy)
  • Garcia-class (United States Navy)
  • Halifax-class (Royal Canadian Navy)
  • Köln-class (German Navy)
  • La Fayette-class (French Navy)
  • Maelstrale-class (Italian Navy)
  • Neustrashimy-class (Russian Navy)
  • Oliver Hazard Perry-class (United States Navy)
    • Adelaide-class (Royal Australian Navy)
    • Santa Maria-class (Spanish Navy)
    • Cheng Kung-class (Republic of China Navy)
  • Knox-class (United States Navy)
  • Sachsen-class (German Navy)

Frigates in Science Fiction

Frigates are typically the smallest class of capital warship in science fiction.