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ROCS Chi Kuang (PFG2-1105)
中華民國海軍繼光軍艦 PFG-1105 20140314.jpg
ROCS Chi Kuang
Career (Taiwan)
Name: ROCS Chi Kuang (PFG2-1105)
Namesake: Ch'i Chi-kuang (戚繼光)
  • China Shipbuilding Corporation,
  • Kaohsiung, Taiwan, ROC
Laid down: 4 October 1992
Launched: 27 September 1993
Commissioned: 4 March 1995
Status: Ship in active service
General characteristics
Class & type: Cheng Kung-class frigate
Displacement: 4,203 tons full
Length: 453 ft (138 m)
Beam: 46.95 ft (14.31 m)
Propulsion: 2 × General Electric LM2500-30 gas turbines, 40,000 shp total
Speed: 29 knots
  • 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
  • SLQ-32(V)3 Outboard II
  • Side-Kick ECM
  • Armament:
  • 1 × Mk 13 Missile Launcher for 40 Standard SM-1 SAM
  • 4 × Hsiung Feng II AShM and 4 HF-3 supersonic AShM
  • 1 × OTO Melara 76 mm naval gun
  • 2 × Bofors L70/40 mm automatic cannon
  • 1 × 20 mm Phalanx CIWS
  • 3 × triple Mark 32 ASW torpedo tubes with Mark 46 anti-submarine torpedoes
  • Aircraft carried: 2 × S-70C-1/2

    ROCS Chi Kuang (Chinese: 繼光; PFG2-1105) is a [[[Cheng Kung-class frigate |Cheng Kung-class]] guided missile frigate of the Republic of China Navy, used mainly in local air-defense and anti-submarine roles. It is the third of eight Taiwanese-built frigates based on the Oliver Hazard Perry class. Laid down on 4 October 1992 and launched on 27 September 1993, Chi Kuang was commissioned in service on 7 March 1995. All of these Taiwanese FFGs have the length of the later Oliver Hazard Perry FFGs, but have a different weapon and electronics fit.

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