The La Combattante IIa fast attack craft is a class of fast attack craft originally built for the German Navy as Type 148 Tiger-class fast attack craft. They were later transferred to Hellenic Navy and the class was renamed Combattante IIa, as with similar French made ships. All the ships were under mid-life updates in 1980s. Two vessels in the class, P-74 and P-75, were fitted with RGM-84 Harpoon anti-ship missiles and a new ESM was fitted after transfer.
A version called the Beir Grassa class of which 10 were built and 8 were operational as of 1995. They were used by the Libyan Navy.
Iran received 12 ships of the same class (known in Iran as Kaman class) between 1977 and 1981. The Iranian fast attack craft Paykan was sunk during Operation Morvarid in 1980, while Joshan was sunk during Operation Praying Mantis in 1988. These ship must not be confused with the new Joshan and Paykan which were named in their memories. Iran built a heavily upgraded version of this class called the Sina class. As of 2012 Iran has built 4 Sina-class vessels and is building 5 more of the same class.