Greenlock Class Frigate
The Greenock class is a class of guided missile frigates named after Elizabeth suburb Greenock, home of the South Hills Naval Command. Also known as the Green or FFG-7 class, these ships where designed by South Hills in the mid 1970's and remain in limited service to this day.
The line of frigates is seeing wide international use as it exits service with the South Hills Navy.
In South Hills, the ship is being gradually withdrawn in favor of the Littoral Combat Frigate
Flight I (1977)
One single-arm Mk 13 Missile Launcher with a 40-missile magazine that contains SM-1MR anti-aircraft guided missiles and Harpoon anti-ship missiles.
Two triple Mark 32 Anti-submarine warfare torpedo tubes with Mark 46 or Mark 50 anti-submarine warfare torpedoes
One OTO Melara 76 mm/62 caliber naval gun
One 20 mm Phalanx CIWS rapid-fire cannon
Flight II (2004)
One Vertical Launch System with a capacity for 60 missiles of various types for anti-air and ship-surface warfare.
One OTO Melara 76mm caliber naval gun
Two 20 mm GoalKeeper/CIWS rapid-fire close in weapons sytem.
Two LAMPS multi-purpose MH-60 helicopters, equippable with Anti-submarine warfare or Anti-ship warfare modules.
- South Hills Navy (SHN)
- Durbian Peoples' Navy (DPN)
Ships in service