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Aircraft Carrier Type
All ships designed primarily for the purpose of conducting combat operations by aircraft that engage in attacks against airborne, surface, sub-surface and shore targets.
Surface Combatant Type
Large, heavily armed, surface ships that are designed primarily to engage enemy forces on the high seas.
Submarine Type
All self-propelled submersible types regardless of whether employed as combatant, auxiliary, or research and development vehicles that have at least a residual combat capability.
Patrol Combatant Type
Combatants whose mission may extend beyond coastal duties and whose characteristics include adequate endurance and sea keeping, providing a capability for operations exceeding 48 hours on the high seas without support
Amphibious Warfare Type Ships
All ships having organic capability assault and characteristics enabling long duration operations on the high seas.
Combat Logistics Type Ships
Ships that have the capability to provide underway replenishment to fleet units.
Mine Warfare Type Ships
All ships whose primary function is mine warfare on the high seas.
Support Type Ships
A grouping of ships designed to operate in the open ocean in a variety of sea states to provide general support to either combatant forces or shore based establishments. (Includes smaller auxiliaries which by the nature of their duties, leave inshore waters).
Mobile Logistics Type Ships
Ships that have the capability to provide direct material support to other deployed units operating far from home base.
Aircraft:
Fixed Wing: C,E, F, M, N, P, R, T, U, X
Fixed: C-Cargo
E-Electronic Warfare
F-Fighter
M-Multi-Purpose
N-Special Test, Permanent
P-Patrol
R-Reconnaissance
T-Trainer
U-Utility
X-Experimental
Aircraft Rotary Wing:
A-Attack
C-Cargo
H-Rescue (Help)
M
S
T
U
V
Aircraft Rotary Wing:
A-Attack
C-Cargo
H-Rescue (Help)
M-Multi-role
S-Anti-Submarine Warfare
T-Trainer
U-Utility
V-Vip Transport
Fixed Wing C-Cargo
C-2A:
C-12:
C-20:
C-21:
C-26:
C-37A: and C-37B:
C-40A:
C-130:
Fixed Wing C-Cargo
C-2A: Greyhound
C-12: Huron logistics aircraft
C-20: Gulfstream logistics aircraft
C-21:Learjet used to support training
C-26: Metro III
C-37A Gulfstream V and C-37B: Gulfstream 550
C-40A: Clipper Logistics aircraft
C-130: Hercules logistics aircraft
C-130:
Fixed Wing
E-Electronic Warfare
E-2:
E-6B:
EA-B:
EP-3E:
E-2:Hawkeye early warning and control aircraft
E-6B: Mercury airborne command post
EA-B:Prowler electronic warfare aircraft
EP-3E:(ARIES II) signals intelligence reconnaissance aircraft
Fixed Wing
F-Fighter
F-5N/F:
F/A-18C/D:
F/A-18E/F:
F-5N/F: Adversary aircraft
F/A-18C/D: Hornet strike fighter
F/A-18E/F: Super Hornet strike fighter
Fixed wing
M-Multi-Purpose
MQ-8B:
MQ-8B: Fire scout Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)
Fixed wing
N-Special Test, permanent
NU-1B:
NU-1B: Otter light cargo transport
Fixed wing
P-Patrol
P-3C:
P-8A:
P-3C: Orion long range ASW aircraft
P-8A: Poseidon Multi-mission Maritime Aircraft (MMA)
Fixed wing
R-Reconnaissance
RQ-2A:
RQ-8A:
RQ-2A: Pioneer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)
RQ-8A: Fire Scout Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)
Fixed wing
T-Trainer
T-6A:
T-34C:
T-38:
T-39D/N/G:
T-45A:
T-6A: Texan II turboprop trainer
T-34C: Turbomentor training aricraft
T-38:Talon supsronic trainer
T-39D/N/G:Sabreliner radar-navigational training aircraft
T-45A: Goshawk training aircraft
Fixed wing
U-Utility
U-6A:
U-6A: Beaver all-purpose utility transport
Rotary Wing
A-Attack
AH-1W:
AH-1Z:
AH-1W: Cobra-attack helicopter for the U.S. Marine Corps
AH-1Z: Viper- attack helicopter for the U.S> Marine Corps
Rotary Wing
C-Cargo
CH-E:
CH-53D:
CH-E: Sea Knight- Cargo transport for the U.S. Marine Corps
CH-53D: Sea Stallion- cargo transport for the U.S. Marine Corps
Rotary Wing
H- Rescue (Help)
HH-1N:
HH-60H:
HH-1N:Iroquois- shore-based search and rescue duties
HH-60H:Rescue Hawk-Search (SAR) and rescue missions
Rotary Wing
M-Multi-role
MH-53E:
MH-60R/S:
MV-22B:
MH-53E: Sea Dragon-anti-mine warfare, shipboard delivery, transport and assault support. Derived from Sea Stallion
MH-60R/S: Seahawk/ Knighthawk-multi-mission rotary
MV-22B: Osprey-multi-mission rotary/ fixed wing hybrid used by the U.S. Marine Corps
Rotary Wing
S-Anti-submarine Warfare
SH-60B/F:
SH-60B/F:Seahawk- submarine-hunter
Rotary wing
T-Trainer
TH-6B:
TH-57:
TH-6B: United States Naval Test Pilot School's test pilot trainin aircraft. Derived from the MD-369H.
TH-57: Sea Ranger- primarily used for training.
Rotary wing
U-Utility
UH-1N:
UH-1Y:
UH-3H:
UH-1N: Iroquois- utility helicopter used by the U.S. Marine Corps
UH-1Y: Venom- utility helicopter used by the U.S. Marine Corps
UH-3H: Sea King- utility helicopter
Rotary wing
VH-3D:
VH-60N:
VH-3D: Sea King- executive transport mission for the President of the United States.
VH-60N: Night Hawk VH-60N Night Hawk- supports the executive transport mission for the President of the United States.