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[[List of active Republic of Dayashina Navy ships]] is a list of ships in active service with the [[Republic of Dayashina Navy]]. The RDN is one of the world's largest navies and the second largest navy in Hemithea in terms of tonnage, behind [[Menghe]]. As of 2019, the RDN operates XXX vessels, including 4 nuclear-powered aircraft carriers, 2 helicopter destroyers, 32 destroyers, 22 frigates, 10 corvettes, 24 large patrol craft, 6 guided missile cruisers, 16 attack submarines, and 10 nuclear powered general purpose attack submarines.
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[[List of active Republic of Dayashina Navy ships]] is a list of ships in active service with the [[Republic of Dayashina Navy]]. The RDN is one of the world's largest navies and the second largest navy in Hemithea in terms of tonnage, behind [[Menghe]]. As of 2019, the RDN operates XXX vessels, including 4 nuclear-powered aircraft carriers, 2 helicopter destroyers, 30 destroyers, 26 frigates, XX corvettes, XX large patrol craft, 6 guided missile cruisers, 16 attack submarines, and 20 nuclear powered general purpose attack submarines.
  
 
Throughout the 2010-2018, the RDN's procurement listings rapidly increased, as [[Prime Minister of Dayashina|Prime Minister]] [[Daichi Noru MP|Daichi Noru]] pushed forward massive expansion plans, procuring dozens of {{wp|Aegis combat system|Suijin}}-equipped ships. This eight year build-up represents the most rapid military build-up in Dayashinese history, even surpassing the build-up effort undertaken by the [[Dayashinese Empire]] in rapidity. As of 2019, the [[National Diet of Dayashina|National Diet]] passed a vote committing to defence spending reforms, which may see a hard cancellation or tone-down of future procurement plans laid out by Prime Minister Noru.
 
Throughout the 2010-2018, the RDN's procurement listings rapidly increased, as [[Prime Minister of Dayashina|Prime Minister]] [[Daichi Noru MP|Daichi Noru]] pushed forward massive expansion plans, procuring dozens of {{wp|Aegis combat system|Suijin}}-equipped ships. This eight year build-up represents the most rapid military build-up in Dayashinese history, even surpassing the build-up effort undertaken by the [[Dayashinese Empire]] in rapidity. As of 2019, the [[National Diet of Dayashina|National Diet]] passed a vote committing to defence spending reforms, which may see a hard cancellation or tone-down of future procurement plans laid out by Prime Minister Noru.
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Latest revision as of 06:41, 16 August 2019

List of active Republic of Dayashina Navy ships is a list of ships in active service with the Republic of Dayashina Navy. The RDN is one of the world's largest navies and the second largest navy in Hemithea in terms of tonnage, behind Menghe. As of 2019, the RDN operates XXX vessels, including 4 nuclear-powered aircraft carriers, 2 helicopter destroyers, 30 destroyers, 26 frigates, XX corvettes, XX large patrol craft, 6 guided missile cruisers, 16 attack submarines, and 20 nuclear powered general purpose attack submarines.

Throughout the 2010-2018, the RDN's procurement listings rapidly increased, as Prime Minister Daichi Noru pushed forward massive expansion plans, procuring dozens of Suijin-equipped ships. This eight year build-up represents the most rapid military build-up in Dayashinese history, even surpassing the build-up effort undertaken by the Dayashinese Empire in rapidity. As of 2019, the National Diet passed a vote committing to defence spending reforms, which may see a hard cancellation or tone-down of future procurement plans laid out by Prime Minister Noru.

Submarine fleet

Class Picture Type Boats Displacement Note
Submarines (36 in Service)
Sorajima-class JS Hakuryu (SS-503) arrives at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam for a scheduled port visit, -6 Feb. 2013 (YP255-023).jpg Attack submarine RDNS Sorajima
RDNS Aozorajima
RDNS Ryujima
RDNS Shogazujima
RDNS Renkakujima
RDNS Itsurijima
RDNS Okagakijima
RDNS Sakurajima
RDNS A'olafajima
RDNS Minamijima
RDNS Orajima
RDNS Uedajima
4,200 tonnes Four additional planned, under question via the 2019 Dayashinese Defence Reforms
Hamashi-class Japanese Submarine Oyashio SS590.JPEG Attack submarine RDNS Hamashi
RDNS Ohogi
RDNS Shokagi
RDNS Yahagi
4,000 tonnes
Nagara-class US Navy 040730-N-1234E-002 PCU Virginia (SSN 774) returns to the General Dynamics Electric Boat shipyard.jpg Nuclear attack submarine RDNS Nagara
RDNS Abukuma
RDNS Isuzu
RDNS Yura
RDNS Natori
RDNS Kinu
RDNS Sandai
RDNS Jintsu
RDNS Tenryu
RDNS Chikuma
RDNS Satami
RDNS Tone
8,700 tonnes The final four Nagara-class submarines were constructed with an additional 4x more VLS tubes. It features adapted technology mean't for a cancelled SSGN class proposal for Dayashina.
Katori-class USS Asheville (SSN-758)2.jpg Nuclear attack submarine RDNS Katori
RDNS Tatsuta
RDNS Iwazuka
RDNS Hitori
RDNS Kashii
RDNS Sakawa
RDNS Okodo
RDNS Noshiro
7,200 tonnes The eight Katori-class submarines in service have been retrofitted with 12x VLS tubes as well as updated compatibility with Dayashina's newest missile technology.

Surface fleet

Nuclear-powered aircraft carriers - CVN

Class Picture Type Boats Displacement Note
Nuclear-powered aircraft carriers (4 in service)
Inæqual-class 200px Nuclear-powered aircraft carrier RDNS Yūjō XXX tonnes Licence built from Tír Glas, Dayashina's first commissioned CVN
Takena-class Takena class.png Nuclear-powered aircraft carrier RDNS Takena
RDNS Omuri
100,000 tonnes Dayashina's first domestically built nuclear aircraft carrier class, featuring 128 VLS
Nakaya-class Bow view of USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78) underway on 8 April 2017.JPG Nuclear-powered aircraft carrier RDNS Nakaya 110,000+ tonnes Dayashina's second and last domestic nuclear aircraft carrier, featuring 164 VLS and various other updates

Helicopter destroyers - DDH

Class Picture Type Boats Displacement Note
Helicopter destroyers (2 in service)
Hyuga-class DDH-181 ひゅうが (12).jpg Helicopter destroyer RDNS Hyuga
RDNS Ise
19,000 tonnes

Guided missile cruisers - CGN

Class Picture Type Boats Displacement Note
Guided missile cruisers (6 in service)
Yamazaki-class Yamazaki class.png Guided missile cruiser (Suijin) RDNS Yamazaki
RDNS Moto
RDNS Hisakawa
RDNS Shimizu
RDNS Asuka
RDNS Kitagawa
11,000+ tonnes Served as the basis for the development of the Glasic Badbh-class guided missile cruiser, also designed in Dayashina

Destroyers - DDG/DD

Class Picture Type Boats Displacement Note
Destroyers (30 in service)
Fujinami-class PSX 20180730 221114.jpg Guided missile destroyer (Suijin) RDNS Fujinami
RDNS Suzunami
RDNS Okinami
RDNS Kiyonami
RDNS Tamanami
RDNS Hayanami
10,000+ tonnes Two additional planned, under question via the 2019 Dayashinese Defence Reforms
Miyuki-class JS Atago(DDG-177) in Tenpouzan Port 20140426-01.JPG Guided missile destroyer (Suijin) RDNS Miyuki
RDNS Shirayuki
RDNS Fubuki
RDNS Hatsuyuki
RDNS Asagiri
RDNS Yugiri
10,000+ tonnes Commissioned as part of the RDN's doctrine to stress AAW following multiple crises in neighbouring waters
Yakaze-class JS Myōkō at Pearl Harbor, -27 Jun. 2012 a.jpg Guided missile destroyer (Suijin) RDNS Yakaze
RDNS Okikaze
RDNS Shiokaze
RDNS Namikaze
RDNS Minekaze
RDNS Nadakaze
RDNS Sawakaze
RDNS Hakaze
9,500+ tonnes First destroyer in the world to be outfitted with the Suijin system, all updated to Flight II (Miyuki standard)
Kikuzuki-class JS Asahi(DD-119) at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Nagasaki Shipyard November 25, 2017 02.jpg Destroyer RDNS Kikuzuki
RDNS Mikazuki
RDNS Mochizuki
RDNS Yuzuki
6,800 tonnes Dayashina's last planned ASW DDG class, one of the most advanced in the world
Kasumi-class Fuyuzuki(DD-118).jpg Destroyer RDNS Kasumi
RDNS Arare
RDNS Yamagumo
RDNS Natsugumo
RDNS Minegumo
RDNS Oshio
6,800 tonnes Commissioned so as to address an inbalance in RDN AAW/ASW focus

Frigates - FFG/FF

Class Picture Type Boats Displacement Note
Frigates (26 in service)
Kiri-class Kiriclass.jpg Frigate RDNS Kiri
RDNS Kaya
RDNS Tsubaki
RDNS Sakura
RDNS Matsu
RDNS Kuwa
5,500 tonnes Dayashina's first fully domsetic FFG class, many more planned but under question via 2019 Dayashinese Defence Reforms
Zuikaku-class Daeguclass.jpg Frigate RDNS Zuikaku
RDNS Taikaku
RDNS Shokaku
RDNS Junkaku
RDNS Hikaku
RDNS Kaikaku
RDNS Ryukaku
RDNS Yukaku
3,500+ tonnes Built jointly with Hanhae, which classifies the ship as Gonghae-class
Ryuho-class 20130626 대한해협 전승행사 (4) (9460603621).jpg Frigate RDNS Ryuho
RDNS Zuiho
RDNS Shoho
RDNS Taiho
RDNS Taiyo
RDNS Unyo
RDNS Chuyo
RDNS Kaiyo
RDNS Shinyo
RDNS Mizuho
RDNS Aiho
RDNS Juho
3,250+ tonnes Built jointly with Hanhae, which classifies the ship as Cheonjin-class

Corvettes - DDC

Large patrol vessels - LPV

Landing ships

Training ships

Auxiliary fleet

Replenishment ships

Miscellaneous