Order Of Battle: Turkish Navy

It has been a while since I have last updated the order of battle for Turkish Navy. Here is the current one:

Active
Building
Planned
Submarines (Note 1)
14
6
Frigates (Note 2)
17
Corvettes
7
1
10
Fast Attack Craft – Missile
26
1
Patrol Craft (Note 3)
19
11
4
Minehunters/sweepers (Note 4)
19
1
6
LPD (Note 5)
1
LST (Note 6)
5
2
LCT/LCU/LCM (Note 7)
24
8
Fleet Support Tankers
2
Tankers / Replenishment Ships (Note 8)
4
1
Training Ships (Note 9)
10
2
Salvage Ships (Note 10)
3
3
Helicopters (Note 11)
31
7
Planes (Note 12)
6
10

A detailed version of the above list:

Active
Building
Planned
209 Type 1400 submarines
8
209 Type 1200 submarines
6
214 Type 1800 submarines (Note 1)
6
MEKO 200 class frigates
8
Gabya (Perry) class frigates
8
Tepe (Knox) class frigates (Note 2)
1
Milgem class corvettes
1
1
10
Burak (A 69) class corvettes
6
Kılıç class fast attack craft
8
1
Yıldız class fast attack craft
2
Doğan class fast attack craft
8
Kartal class fast attack craft
8
New class patrol craft (Note 3) 1
11
4
Patrol craft
 18
Aydın (MHV 54) class minehunters
5
1
Edincik (Circé) class minehunters
5
Mine hunters/sweepers (Note 4)
9
6
LPD (Note 5)
1
LST (Note 6)
5
2
LCT/LCU/LCM (Note 7)
24
8
Akar class support tankers
2
Tankers (Note 8)
4
1
Training ships (Note 9)
10
2
Salvage ships (Note 10)
3
3
AB-212 ASW helicopters
14
S-70B ASW helicopters (Note 11)
17
7
ATR-72 ASW planes (Note 12)
10
CN-235 ASW planes (Note 12)
6

Note 1: The contract was signed but the construction of the Type 214 class submarines has not started officially.
Note 2: It is possible that a second Knox class frigate may still be in service.
Note 3: As the production is continuing in modular sections it is not clear how many ships are being built simultaneously.
Note 4: Procurement of 6 new mine sweepers is planned.
Note 5: The tender process is continuing.
Note 6: The contract was signed but the construction of the two LST’s has not started officially.
Note 7: As the production is continuing in modular sections it is not clear how many ships are being built simultaneously.
Note 8: Procurement of one new replenishment tanker is planned.
Note 9: It is planned to acquire two sailing training ships.
Note 10: The contract was signed but the construction of one submarine rescue ships and two salvage ships, have not started officially.
Note 11: It is reported the construction of 17 helicopters is finished but the fitting of the military hardware is continuing.
Note 12: The planes are not commissioned officially.

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