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ROCS Cheng Kung (FFG-1101)
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ROCS Cheng Kung alongside ROCS Chi Kuang
Career (Republic of China)
Name: ROCS Cheng Kung (FFG-1101)
Ordered: 8 May 1989
Builder: China Shipbuilding Corp.,
Kaohsiung, Taiwan, ROC
Laid down: 21 December 1990
Launched: 5 October 1991
Commissioned: 7 May 1993
Status: in active service, as of 2022
General characteristics
Class & type: Cheng Kung-class frigate
Displacement: 4,103 tons full
Length: 453 ft (138 m)
Beam: 46.95 ft (14.31 m)
Propulsion: General Electric LM2500-30 gas turbines, 40,000 shp total
Speed: 29 knots
Complement: 18 officers
180 enlisted
19 flight crew
Sensors and
processing systems:
AN/SPS-49 air search radar
SPS-55 surface search radar
CAS, STIR gun fire control radar
SQS-56 sonar
Electronic warfare
& decoys:
Armament: 40 × SM-1MR at Mk 13 Missile Launcher
4 × Hsiung Feng II and 4 HF-3 supersonic AShM
1 × OTO Melara 76 mm naval gun
2 × Bofors 40mm/L70mm guns
1 × 20 mm Phalanx CIWS
2 × triple Mark 32 ASW torpedo tubes with Mark 46 anti-submarine torpedoes
Aircraft carried: Sikorsky S-70C-1/2

ROCS Cheng Kung (成功, FFG-1101) is the lead ship of eight Cheng Kung-class guided-missile frigates, which are based on the Oliver Hazard Perry-class of United States Navy. Laid down on 2 December 1990 and launched on 27 October 1991, Cheng Kung was commissioned in service on 7 May 1993. All of these Taiwanese FFG's have the length of the later long hull Oliver Hazard Perry FFG's, but have a different weapon and electronics fit.

In order to control the different weapon systems on board that the Mk 92 can't integrate into, a second CDS, H930 MCS was installed on all 8 ships in order to control the 8 HF-2(or 4 HF-2 and 4 HF-3 on PFG-1101 and PFG-1105) and the 2 x Bofors 40mm/L70 guns(except on PFG-1110). Rest of the ships in this class will receive 4 HF-3 upon their major overhaul.


Cheng Kung is named after Cheng Ch'eng-kung (鄭成功) (1624 - 1662), who was a military leader at the end of Ming Dynasty that led the recovery of Taiwan from Dutch colonial occupation in 1662.

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