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The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is the naval branch of the Australian Defence Force. Following the Federation of Australia in 1901, the ships and resources of the separate colonial navies were integrated into a national force: the Commonwealth Naval Forces. Originally intended for local defence, the navy was granted the title of 'Royal Australian Navy' in 1911, and became increasingly responsible for defence of the region.

Britain's Royal Navy continued to support the RAN and provide additional blue-water defence capability in the Pacific up to the early years of World War II. Then, rapid wartime expansion saw the acquisition of large surface vessels and the building of many smaller warships. In the decades following the war, the RAN has operated a small number of aircraft carriers.

Today, the navy is one of the largest and most sophisticated naval forces in the Pacific region, with a significant presence in the Indian Ocean and worldwide operations in support of military campaigns and peacekeeping missions.

List of ShipsEdit

  • Improved Implacable-class aircraft carrier (2) - 1984
    • HMAS Brisbane (R A03)
    • HMAS Commonwealth (R A04)
  • Balikpapan-class heavy landing craft (8) - 1973
    • HMAS Balikpapan (L-126)
    • HMAS Brunei (L-127)
    • HMAS Labuan (L-128)
    • HMAS Tarakan (L-129)
    • HMAS Wewak (L-130)
    • HMAS Salamaua (L-131)
    • HMAS Buna (L-132)
    • HMAS Betano (L-133)
  • Round Table-class heavy landing craft (4) - 1981
    • HMAS Tobruk (L-50)
    • HMAS Cape Spada (L-51)
    • HMAS Sunda Strait (L-52)
    • HMAS Goodenough (L-53)
  • Kanimbla-class amphibious transport dock (2) - 1994
    • HMAS Kanimbla (L-54)
    • HMAS Manoora (L-55)
  • Bay-class landing craft (1) - 2011
    • HMAS Choules (L-100)
  • Java Sea-class amphibious assault ship (2) - 2014
    • HMAS Java Sea (AA A01)
    • HMAS Bessarabia (AA A02)
  • Hunter-class destroyer (10) - 1975
    • HMAS Hunter River (DM 42)
    • HMAS Mackenzie River (DM 43)
    • HMAS Edward River (DM 44)
    • HMAS Cumberland River (DM 45)
    • HMAS Torrens River (DM 46)
    • HMAS Arrowsmith River (DM 47)
    • HMAS Cascade River (DM 48)
    • HMAS Rubicon River (DM 49)
    • HMAS Blackwood River (DM 50)
    • HMAS Pioneer River (DM 51)
  • New South Wales-class (Type 43) destroyer (6) - 1998
    • HMAS New South Wales (DM 52)
    • HMAS West Australia (DM 53)
    • HMAS Victoria (DM 54)
    • HMAS Queensland (DM 55)
    • HMAS South Australia (DM 56)
    • HMAS Tasmania (DM 57)
  • Hobart-class destroyer (12) - 2006
    • HMAS Hobart (DM 58)
    • HMAS Mackay (DM 59)
    • HMAS Rockhampton (DM 60)
    • HMAS Alice Springs (DM 61)
    • HMAS Liverpool (DM 62)
    • HMAS Devonport (DM 63)
    • HMAS Broken Hill (DM 64)
    • HMAS Cairns (DM 65)
    • HMAS Gladstone (DM 66)
    • HMAS Palmerston (DM 67)
    • HMAS Rockingham (DM 68)
    • HMAS Carpentaria (DM 69)
  • Adelaide-class frigate (6) - 1980
    • HMAS Adelaide (FM 150)
    • HMAS Canberra (FM 151)
    • HMAS Sydney (FM 152)
    • HMAS Darwin (FM 153)
    • HMAS Torrens (FM 154)
    • HMAS Newcastle (FM 155)
  • Anzac-class frigate (10) - 1996
    • HMAS Anzac (FM 156)
    • HMAS Arunta (FM 157)
    • HMAS Warramunga (FM 158)
    • HMAS Stuart (FM 159)
    • HMAS Parramatta (FM 160)
    • HMAS Ballarat (FM 161)
    • HMAS Toowoomba (FM 162)
    • HMAS Perth (FM 163)
    • HMAS Williamstown (FM 164)
    • HMAS Geelong (FM 165)
  • Collins-class (Trafalgar class) nuclear submarine (8) - 1996
    • HMAS Collins (SN A73)
    • HMAS Farncomb (SN A74)
    • HMAS Waller (SN A75)
    • HMAS Dechaineux (SN A76)
    • HMAS Sheean (SN A77)
    • HMAS Rankin (SN A78)
    • HMAS Harrington (SN A79)
    • HMAS Sinclair (SN A80)
  • Protector-class fast combat support ship (4) - 1976
    • HMAS Protector (RO A304)
    • HMAS Success (RO A305)
    • HMAS Victory (RO A306)
    • HMAS Challenge (RO A307)
  • Christmas Island-class fleet replenishment oiler (3) - 1986
    • HMAS Christmas Island (RO A308)
    • HMAS Mount McClintock (RO A309)
    • HMAS Coral Sea (RO A310)
  • Sirius-class replenishment vessel (5) - 2006
    • HMAS Sirius (RO A311)
    • HMAS Altair (RO A312)
    • HMAS Procyon (RO A313)
    • HMAS Vega (RO A314)
    • HMAS Fomalhaut (RO A315)
  • Paluma-class survey vessel (4) - 1989
    • HMAS Paluma (A-01)
    • HMAS Mermaid (A-02)
    • HMAS Shepparton (A-03)
    • HMAS Benalla (A-04)
  • Leeuwin-class survey vessel (2) - 2000
    • HMAS Leeuwin (A-245)
    • HMAS Melville (A-246)
  • Bay-class minehunter (6) - 1986
    • HMAS Rushcutter (M-80)
    • HMAS Shoalwater (M-81)
    • HMAS Westernport (M-82)
    • HMAS Discovery (M-83)
    • HMAS Esperance (M-84)
    • HMAS Melville (M-85)
  • Huon-class minehunter (6) - 1999
    • HMAS Huon (M-86)
    • HMAS Hawkesbury (M-87)
    • HMAS Norman (M-88)
    • HMAS Gascoyne (M-89)
    • HMAS Diamantine (M-90)
    • HMAS Yarra (M-91)
  • Armidale-class patrol vessel (18) - 2004
    • HMAS Armidale (ACPB-83)
    • HMAS Larrakia (ACPB-84)
    • HMAS Bathurst (ACPB-85)
    • HMAS Albany (ACPB-86)
    • HMAS Pirie (ACPB-87)
    • HMAS Maitland (ACPB-88)
    • HMAS Ararat ACPB-89)
    • HMAS Broome (ACPB-90)
    • HMAS Bundaberg (ACPB-91)
    • HMAS Wollongong (ACPB-92)
    • HMAS Childers (ACPB-93)
    • HMAS Launceston (ACPB-94)
    • HMAS Maryborough (ACPB-95)
    • HMAS Glenelg (ACPB-96)
    • HMAS Tamworth (ACPB-97)
    • HMAS Bunbury (ACPB-98)
    • HMAS Lismore (ACPB-99)
    • HMAS Geraldton (ACPB-100)

Aircraft InventoryEdit

Fixed Wing AircraftEdit

HelicoptersEdit

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