List of decommissioned ships of the Philippine Navy

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This is a list of retired naval ships operated by the Philippine Navy and its predecessor, the Offshore Patrol. This list does not include ships transferred to the Philippine Navy for cannibalization of parts.

Philippine navy ships are prefixed BRP (Barko ng Republika ng Pilipinas)

Frigates[edit]

Destroyer Escorts[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
Buckley class RPS Rajah Soliman USS Bowers (DE-637) / USS Bowers (APD-40) D-66 Acquired 31 October 1960[1] December 1964[1][2] Acquired through loan on 31 October 1960, sold outright on 21 April 1961.[1] Sunk in a typhoon 29 June 1964,[3] raised and hulk sold as scrap 1966.[1][2]
RPS Rajah Soliman D-66.jpg
[1][2][3]
Edsall class BRP Rajah Lakandula USS Camp (DE-251), RVNS Tran Hung Dao (HQ-1) PS-4 / PF-4 Acquired 27 July 1976 12 September 1988[4] Arrived in Philippines from South Vietnam in 1975, formally acquired 5 April 1976. Listed as stationary dockside barracks until 1999. Probably scrapped.
Lakandula.jpg
[4][5]
Cannon class / Datu Kalantiaw class BRP Datu Kalantiaw USS Booth (DE-170) PS-76 15 December 1967 1981 Ran aground in a typhoon on 21 September 1981
DatuKalantiaw76.jpg
[6]
Cannon class / Datu Kalantiaw class BRP Datu Sikatuna USS Amick (DE-168) / JDS Asahi (DE-262) PS-77 / PF-5 27 February 1980 1989 Scrapped in 1989.
USS Amick (DE-168).jpg
[7]

High Endurance Cutters[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
Barnegat class / Casco class / Andrés Bonifacio class BRP Andrés Bonifacio USS Chincoteague (AVP-24) / USCGC Chincoteague (WAVP-375/WHEC-375) / RVNS Lý Thường Kiệt (HQ-16) PF-7 27 July 1976 1993 Acquired 5 April 1976. Reportedly decommissioned on June 1985, but she was still listed as active as of June 1993. Sold for scrap 2003
PF7a.jpg
Barnegat class / Casco class / Andrés Bonifacio class BRP Gregorio del Pilar USS Wachapreague (AGP-8) / USCGC McCulloch (WAVP-386/WHEC-386) / RVNS Ngô Quyền (HQ-17) PF-8 / PF-12 7 February 1977 April 1990 Acquired 5 April 1976. Was decommissioned on June 1985, but was recommissioned again in 1987. Discarded July 1990, probably sold for scrap .
USCGC McCulloch (WAVP-386).jpg
Barnegat class / Casco class / Andrés Bonifacio class BRP Diego Silang USS Bering Strait (AVP-34) / USCGC Bering Strait (WAVP-382/WHEC-382) / RVNS Trần Quang Khải (HQ-02) PF-9 / PF-14 5 April 1976? April 1990 Acquired 5 April 1976. Was decommissioned on June 1985, but was recommissioned again in 1987. Discarded July 1990, probably sold for scrap.
USCGC Bering Strait (WAVP-382).jpg
Barnegat class / Casco class / Andrés Bonifacio class BRP Francisco Dagohoy USS Castle Rock (AVP-35) / USCGC Castle Rock (WAVP-383/WHEC-383) / RVNS Trần Bình Trọng (HQ-05) PF-10 23 June 1979 June 1985 Acquired 5 April 1976. Discarded March 1993, probably sold for scrap.
USCGC Castle Rock (WHEC-383).jpg

Corvettes[edit]

Patrol Craft Escort[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
PCE(R)-848 / Miguel Malvar class BRP Datu Marikudo USS Amherst (PCE(R)-853) / RVNS Van Kiep II (HQ-14) PS-23 5 April 1976 (unconfirmed) 9 December 2010 Acquired 5 April 1976. No detail yet, still in Naval Base Cavite
PCE(R)-848 / Miguel Malvar class BRP Negros Occidental USS PCE-884 PS-29 2 July 1948 (unconfirmed) 9 December 2010 Acquired 2 July 1948. No detail yet, still in Naval Base Cavite
RPS NegOcc PS29.jpg
[8]
PCE(R)-848 / Miguel Malvar class RPS Leyte USS PCE-885 PS-30 2 July 1948 (unconfirmed) 1978 Acquired 2 July 1948. Ran aground by typhoon in 1978, damaged beyond repair. Probably scrapped. [9]

Fleet Minesweepers[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
Admirable class BRP Datu Tupas USS Shelter (AM-301) / RVNS Chi Linh (HQ-11) PS-18 5 April 1976 unknown No information on her fate.
Admirable class RPS Samar USS Project (AM-278) M-33 / PS-33 24 May 1948 1960 unknown
Project (AM 278).jpg
[10]

Patrol Vessels[edit]

Submarine Chasers 173'[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
PC-461 class RPS Camarines Sur USS PC-1121 C-21 / PS-21 2 July 1948  ? [11]
PC-461 class RPS Bohol USS PC-1131 C-22 / PS-22 2 July 1948 1969 Scrapped in 1969 [12]
PC-461 class RPS Zamboanga del Sur USS PC-1133 C-23 / PS-23 2 July 1948 16 November 1956 Probably scrapped [13]
PC-461 class RPS Batangas USS PC-1134 C-24 / PS-24 21 July 1948 unknown unknown [14]
PC-461 class RPS Nueva Ecija USS PC-1241 C-25 / PS-25 2 July 1948 unknown Sold October 1958 [15]
PC-461 class RPS Negros Oriental USS PC-1563 C-26 / PS-26 15 May 1945 26 June 1963 Sunk during typhoon at Guam on November 1962. Raised, decommissioned and sold as scrap 26 June 1963. [16]
PC-461 class RPS Capiz USS PC-1564 C-27 / PS-27 (1965) 2 July 1947 unknown unknown [17]
PC-461 class BRP Negros Oriental USS PC-1171 / RFS L'Inconstant (P 636) / E-312 PS-26 April 1976 29 March 1990 Sold for scrap to Trans Manila Company [18]
PC-461 class BRP Nueva Vizcaya USS PC-568 / USS Altus (PC-568) PS-80 2 March 1968 23 June 1990 Sunk during a typhoon in Cebu on 10 March 1993, sold as scrap to Calixto Enterprises [19]

Submarine Chasers 110'[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
SC-497 class RPS Cagayan USS SC-731 P-14 2 July 1948 1956 Scrapped [20]
SC-497 class RPS Mountain Province USS SC-736 P-15 2 July 1948 [21]
SC-497 class RPS Alert USS SC-1267 PY-54 2 July 1948 1956 Scrapped [22]
SC-497 class RPS Ilocus Sur USS SC-739 P-16 2 July 1948 1956 Scrapped [23]
SC-497 class RPS Surigao USS SC-747 P-17 2 July 1948 Scrapped [24]
SC-497 class RPS Isabella USS SC-750 P-18 2 July 1948 1956 Scrapped [25]
SC-497 class RPS Cavite USS SC-982 P-19 2 July 1948 Scrapped [26]
SC-497 class RPS Ilocos Norte / RPS Malampay Sound USS SC-1274 AF-20 2 July 1948 Scrapped [27]
SC-497 class  ? USS SC-699 2 July 1948 Scrapped [28]
SC-497 class  ? USS SC-732 2 July 1948 Scrapped [29]
SC-497 class  ? USS SC-742 2 July 1948 Scrapped [30]
SC-497 class  ? USS SC-743 2 July 1948 Scrapped [31]
SC-497 class  ? USS SC-769 2 July 1948 Scrapped [32]
SC-497 class  ? USS SC-1278 / USS SCC-1278 2 July 1948 Scrapped [33]

Inshore Patrol Vessels[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo class BRP Gen. Antonio Luna PG-141 1999 8 April 2016[34]

Patrol Craft Sweepers[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
PCS-1376 class RPS Tarlac USS PCS-1399 / USS YMS-450 P 11 22 January 1948 scrapped 1969 [35]
PCS-1376 class RPS Laguna USS PCS-1403 P 12 22 January 1948
RPS Laguna PG12.jpg
[36]

Motor Gunboats[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
PGM-9 class RPS Camarines Sur USS PGM-33 G-48 / PG-48 September 1954 1974 Struck 1974
RPS Camarines Sur PG-48.jpg
[37][38][39]
PGM-9 class RPS Sulu USS PGM-34 G-49 / PG-49 November 1954 1974 Struck 1974
RPS Sulu PG-49.jpg
[37][39][40]
PGM-9 class RPS La Union USS PGM-35 G-50 / PG-50 January 1955 1974 Struck 1974 [37][39][41]
PGM-9 class RPS Antique USS PGM-36 G-51 / PG-51 May 1955 1974 Struck 1974 [37][39][42]
PGM-9 class RPS Masbate USS PGM-37 G-52 / PG-52 March 1956 1965 Struck from Navy list on 1965 [37][39][43]
PGM-9 class RPS Misamis Occidental USS PGM-38 G-53 / PG-53 May 1956< 1974 Struck 1974 [37][39][44]
PGM-39 class RPS Agusan USS PGM-39 G-61 / PG-61 March 1960[45][46] 1992[47] Built 29 November 1959.[37] Transferred to Philippine Coast Guard as BRP Agusan (PG-61) in 1992.[47] Sold as scrap November 2007.[45] [39][45][46][47]
PGM-39 class RPS Catanduanes USS PGM-40 G-62 / PG-62 March 1960[46][48] 1992[47] Built 9 January 1960.[37] Transferred to Philippine Coast Guard as BRP Catanduanes (PG-21) in 1992.[47] Sold as scrap June 2006.[48] [39][46][47][48]
PGM-39 class RPS Romblon USS PGM-41 G-63 / PG-63 June 1960[46][49] 1992[47] Built 9 February 1960.[37] Transferred to Philippine Coast Guard as BRP Romblon (PG-63) in 1992.[47] Sold as scrap 7 November 2007.[49]
RPS Romblon PG-63.jpg
[39][46][47][49]
PGM-39 class RPS Palawan USS PGM-42 G-64 / PG-64 June 1960[46][50] 1992[47] Built 9 March 1960.[37] Transferred to Philippine Coast Guard as BRP Romblon (PG-64) in 1992.[47] Reportedly still active. [39][47][50]
PGM-39 class RPS Yachi / BRP Yachi USS PGM-55 / KRI Bentang Silungkang (P 572) G-57 / PG-57 1965[51] 1982[37][51] Built 10 November 1961.[37] Initially bound for Indonesia, but instead was transferred to Philippine Navy as RPS Yachi (G-57) in 1965.[51] Struck on 1982.[37][51] [39][51][52]
PGM-39 class RPS Yanga / BRP Yanga USS PGM-56 / KRI Bentang Waitatiri (P 571)[39] G-59 / PG-59 1965[51] 1982[37][51] Built 10 November 1961.[37] Initially bound for Indonesia, but instead was transferred to Philippine Navy as RPS Yanga (G-59) in 1965.[51] Struck on 1982.[37][51] [39][53]
PGM-39 class RPS Yundi / BRP Yundi USS PGM-57 / KRI Bentang Kalukuang (P 570) G-60 / PG-60 1965[51][54] 1982[37][51][54] Built 10 November 1961.[37] Initially bound for Indonesia, but instead was transferred to Philippine Navy as RPS Yundi (G-60) in 1965.[51][54] Struck on 1982.[37][51] [39][51][54]

Coastal Patrol Crafts[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
HDML class / Yanga class RPS Yindi[55] HMAS HDML 1329 / HMAS SDML 1329 / HMAS SDB 1329 / HMS ML 1329[55][56] P-57[57] 21 October 1958[57] 1964[56] Previously assigned on loan with Royal Hong Kong Defence Force. Donated to Philippines as part of economic assistance of Australia to SEATO defense. Delivered to Manila from Hong Kong by USS Oak Hill on 15 August 1958.[56][58] [55][56][58]
HDML class / Yanga class RPS Yarraman[55] HMAS HDML 1328 / HMAS SDML 1328 / HMAS SDB 1328 / HMS ML 1328[55][56] P-58[57] 21 October 1958[57] 1964[56] Previously assigned on loan with Royal Hong Kong Defence Force. Donated to Philippines as part of economic assistance of Australia to SEATO defense. Delivered to Manila from Hong Kong by USS Oak Hill on 15 August 1958.[56][58] [55][56][58]
HDML class / Yanga class RPS Yanga[55] HMAS HDML 1326 / HMAS SDML 1326 / HMAS SDB 1326 / HMS ML 1326[55][56] P-59[57] 21 October 1958[57] 1964[56] Previously assigned on loan with Royal Hong Kong Defence Force. Donated to Philippines as part of economic assistance of Australia to SEATO defense. Delivered to Manila from Hong Kong by USS Oak Hill on 15 August 1958.[56][58] [55][56][58]
HDML class / Yanga class RPS Yacki[55] HMAS HDML 1323 / HMAS SDML 1323 / HMAS SDB 1323 / HMS ML 1323[55][56] P-60[56][57] 21 October 1958[57] 1964[56] Previously assigned on loan with Royal Hong Kong Defence Force. Donated to Philippines as part of economic assistance of Australia to SEATO defense. Delivered to Manila from Hong Kong by USS Oak Hill on 15 August 1958.[56][58] [55][56][58]
Kagitingnan class BRP Katatagan - PG-103 25 January 1980  ? Scrapped and cannibalized as spares for sisterships PG-102 & PG-104. [59]
Haksaeng (Seahawk/Schoolboy) class / Conrado Yap class BRP Conrado Yap ROKS PK-1?? PG-840[60][61] 19 June 1993[60] 7 June 2001[61] [46][60][61]
Haksaeng (Seahawk/Schoolboy) class / Conrado Yap class BRP Cosme Acosta ROKS PK-1?? PG-843[60][61] 19 June 1993[60] 7 June 2001[61] [46][60][61]
Haksaeng (Seahawk/Schoolboy) class / Conrado Yap class BRP Jose Artiaga ROKS PK-??? PG-844 19 June 1993[60] 10 December 2010[62]
Haksaeng (Seahawk/Schoolboy) class / Conrado Yap class BRP Nicanor Jimenez ROKS PK-1?? PG-846[60][61] 19 June 1993[60] 7 June 2001[61] [46][60][61]
Haksaeng (Seahawk/Schoolboy) class / Conrado Yap class BRP Leon Tadina ROKS PK-1?? PG-848[60][61] 19 June 1993[60] 7 June 2001[61] [46][60][61]
Haksaeng (Seahawk/Schoolboy) class / Conrado Yap class BRP Loreto Danipog ROKS PK-??? PG-849[63] 19 June 1993[60] 8 January 2003[63]
Haksaeng (Seahawk/Schoolboy) class / Conrado Yap class BRP Sulpicio Fernandez ROKS PK-??? PG-853[64] 19 June 1993[60] 2015 Hulk being tendered for disposal as of November 2015. [64]
Haksaeng (Seahawk/Schoolboy) class / Conrado Yap class BRP Apollo Tiano ROKS PK-??? PG-851 19 June 1993[60] 8 April 2016[34] [64]
Chamsuri/Wildcat (PKM-200 series) class / Tomas Batillo class BRP Tomas Batillo PKM 225 PG-110 Acquired on August 1995 and commissioned on 22 May 1996[65] 8 January 2003[66] Sunk by typhoon in 2003, raised in 2009, sold for scrap[66]

Mine Warfare Vessels[edit]

Coastal Minesweepers[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
MSC-218 class RPS Zambales USS AMS-218 / USS MSC-218 PM-55 15 February 1956 1979 unknown
RPS Zambales PM-55.jpg
[67]
MSC-218 class RPS Zamboanga del Norte USS AMS-219 / USS MSC-219 PM-56 3 April 1956 1979 unknown
RPS Zambo DN PM56.jpg
[68]

Minesweepers[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
Aggressive class RPS Davao del Norte USS Energy (AM-436) / USS MSO-436 PM-91 5 July 1972 1 July 1977 Sold for scrapping 8 July 1977
RPS Davao del Norte (PM 91).jpg
[69]
Aggressive class RPS Davao del Sur USS Firm (AM-444) / USS MSO-444 PM-92 5 July 1972 1 July 1977 Sold for scrapping 8 July 1977 [70]

Amphibious Warfare Vessels[edit]

Landing Ship Tank[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
LST-1 class RPS Cotabato USS LST-75 T-36 / LT-36 30 December 1947 1964 Scrapped [71]
LST-542 class RPS Pampanga USS LST-842 LT-37 22 January 1948 unknown unknown [72]
LST-542 class RPS Bulacan USS LST-843 LT-38 22 January 1948 unknown unknown [73]
LST-542 class RPS Albay USS LST-865 LT-39 30 December 1947 unknown unknown [74]
LST-542 class RPS Misamis Oriental USS LST-875 LT-40 2 July 1948 unknown unknown [75]
LST-542 class BRP Agusan del Sur USS LST-848 / USS Jerome County (LST-848) / RVNS Nha Trang (HQ-505) LT-54 April 1975 1986 Sold for scrap in 1992. [76]
LST-542 class BRP Sierra Madre USS LST-821 / USS Harnett County (LST-821) / RVNS My Tho (HQ-800) LT-57 5 April 1976 1999 Aground near Ayungin Shoal (Second Thomas Shoal), Kalayaan Islands as an outpost. Treated as a ship still in active service. [77]
LST-491 class BRP Bataan USS LST-515 / USS Caddo Parish (LST-515) LT-85 26 November 1969 unknown [78]
LST-491 class BRP Zamboanga del Sur USS LST-975 / USS Marion County (LST-975) LT-86 17 November 1975 between 2013-2014 Hulk was being tendered as of March 7, 2014.[79] [80]
LST-491 class BRP Cotabato del Sur USS LST-529 / USS Cayuga County (LST-529) / RVNS Thi Nai (HQ-502) LT-87 17 November 1975 7 June 2001[81] Scrapped in 2003 [82]
LST-1 class BRP Mindoro Occidental USS LST-222 / USS LST(H)-222 LT-93 15 July 1972 unknown Probably sold as scrap early 1990s [83]
LST-1 class BRP Surigao del Norte USS LST-488 / USS LST(H)-488 LT-94 15 July 1972 unknown Probably sold as scrap early 1990s [84]
LST-542 class BRP Surigao del Sur USS LST-546 LT-95 15 July 1972 1988 Sold for scrap [85]
LST-542 class BRP Cagayan USS LST-825 / USS Hickman County (LST-825) LT-97 26 November 1969 1988 Sold for scrap
LT-97.jpg
[86]
LST-542 class BRP Ilocos Norte USS LST-905 / USS Madera County (LST-905) LT-98 29 November 1969 1992 probably sold as scrap [87]
LST-1 class BRP Tarlac USS LST-47 LT-500 13 September 1976 unknown Stricken prior to 1990 [88]
LST-1 class BRP Samar Oriental USS LST-287 LT-502 13 September 1976 unknown [89]
LST-491 class BRP Lanao del Sur USS LST-491 LT-503 13 September 1976 1988 Converted to commercial barge after 1988 [90]
LST-542 class BRP Lanao del Norte USS LST-566 LT-504 13 September 1976 unknown Aground and abandoned near Pag-Asa Island, Kalayaan Islands [91]
LST-542 class BRP Leyte del Sur USS LST-607 LT-505 13 September 1976 unknown Stricken prior to 1990 [92]
LST-542 class BRP Davao Oriental USS LST-689 / USS Daggett County (LST-689) / JDS Oosumi (LST-4001) LT-506 1975 after 1993 Sold as scrap after 1993 [93]
LST-542 class BRP Aurora USS LST-822 / USNS Harris County (T-LST-822) / JDS Oosumi (LST-4001) LT-508 13 September 1976 [94]
LST-542 class BRP Samar del Norte USS LST-1064 / USS Nansemond County (LST-1064) / JDS Shiretoko (LST-4003) LT-510 24 September 1976
LT-510 Subic.jpg
[95]
LST-542 class BRP Cotabato del Norte USS LST-1096 / USS Orleans Parish (LST-1096) / USS Orleans Parish (MSC-6) LT-511 1 September 1976 unknown [96]
LST-542 class BRP Tawi-Tawi USS LST-1072 LT-512 13 September 1976 unknown Sold for scrap, date unknown [97]
LST-542 class BRP Kalinga Apayao USS LST-786 / USS Garrett County (LST-786) / USS Garrett County (AGP-786) / RVNS Can Tho (HQ-801) LT-516 1975 September 2010 partially beached at Naval Base Cavite [98]

Landing Ship Medium[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
LSM-1 class RPS Batanes USS LSM-236 L-65 15 September 1960 1971 Ran aground June 1971, scrapped 1972
LSM-1 class BRP Isabela USS LSM-463 LP-41 17 March 1961 unknown Hulk disposed as of 1989
LSM-1 class BRP Batanes USS LSM-175 / USS Oceanside (LSM-175) / RVNS Huong Giang (HQ-404) LP-65 7 February 1977[99] 1988 Hulk disposed as of 1989
LSM-1 class BRP Western Samar USS LSM-335 / RVNS Hat Giang (HQ-400) LP-66 1975 unknown
LSM-1 class  ? USS LSM-355 / RFS L 9011 / RVNS ? (HQ-?) LP-? 17 November 1975 Converted to commercial barge
LSM-1 class BRP Oriental Mindoro USS LSM-320 LP-68 27 April 1962 Hulk disposed as of 1989

Landing Craft[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
LCU Mark 6 class  ?? AT-287 Submerged derelict hull located at Varadero de Recodo, Zamboanga City as of 2011. [100]
LCU Mark 6 class BRP Manobo AT-297 Derelict hull located at Varadero de Cawit, Zamboanga City as of 2011. Not to be mixed up with the now active BRP Manobo (BU-297) which is a Philippine-made LCU acquired in 2011. [101]

Landing Craft / Ship Support (Large)[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
LCS(L)(3)-1 class BRP Camarines Sur USS LCS(L)(3)-129 / USS LSSL-129 / JDS Botan / RVNS Nguyen Duc Bong (HQ-231) LF-48 7 February 1977[99] unknown unknown, probably sold for scrap [102]
LCS(L)(3)-1 class BRP Sulu USS LCS(L)(3)-96 / USS LSSL-96 / JDS Shobu / RVNS Nguyen Ngoc Long (HQ-230) LF-49 7 February 1977[99] early 1980s probably sold for scrap [103]
LCS(L)(3)-1 class BRP La Union USS LCS(L)(3)-9 / USS LSSL-9 LF-50 1975 late 1980s probably sold for scrap [104]

Auxiliary Ships[edit]

Hospital Ship[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
Benewah class RPS Hospital ng Tulungan USS Benewah (APB-35) AW-3 19 March 1975 unknown Damaged by fire on 8 August 1975. Still floating off Tacloban City as of 18 February 1990, probably sold for scrap. [105][106]

Supply Ship[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
Alamosa class BRP Mactan USS Colquitt (AK-174) / USCGC Kukui (WAK-186) TK-90 / AC-90 1 March 1972 7 June 2001[107] [46]

Water Tanker[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
Lake Buluan class BRP Lake Lanao USS YW-125 YW-42 1978 stricken by 1989 [46][108]
Lake Buluan class BRP Lake Paoay USS YW-130 YW-34 / AW-34 1975 November 2007[109] [46][108]

Fuel Tanker[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
Lake Mainit class RPS Lake Mainit USS YOG-??? YO-35 stricken by 1979 [46][108]
Lake Mainit class BRP Lake Naujan USS YOG-173 YO-43 1948 1983 stricken by 1989
RPS Lake Naujan YO-43.jpg
[46][108][110]
Lake Mainit class BRP Lake Taal USS YOG-?? YO-72 / AF-72 2015 Being tendered for disposal as of November 2015. [46][108][111]

Repair Ship[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
Achelous class BRP Yakal USS LST-852 / USS Satyr (ARL-23) AR-517 / AD-617 24 January 1977 7 June 2001[107]

Tug Boats[edit]

Class Name Previous Names Pennant Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Photo Notes
ATR-1 class / Favourite class RPS Ifugao USS ATR-96 / HMS Emphatic (W 154) AQ-44 July 1948 unknown
RPS Ifugao AQ-44.jpg
[112]

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