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Naval Corvette Warships

Authored By Staff Writer | Last Updated: 7/22/2015

The Navy Corvette has evolved since its early days as a small, fast and agile craft to an ocean-going warship brimming with weaponry and sensors.

There are a total of (11) Naval Corvette Warships in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order. Flag images indicative of country of origin.

BNS Barroso (V34)
BNS Barroso V34 is a Brazilian medium-sized military naval corvette and represents the only member of her Barroso-class to da...
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CNS Bengbu (582) (Type 056)
The nation of China has increased her military spending by 11% from her 2011 budget. For the first time in its history duri...
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FGS Braunschweig (F260)
After World War 2 many navies of the world began trending towards construction of smaller warships. The cost of building larg...
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HMCS Sackville (K181)
By the end of June in 1940, the German war machine had claimed Poland, Denmark, Norway, Netherlands, Belgium and France leavi...
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HSwMS Visby (K31)
Corvettes date as far back as the "Age of Sail" where their speed, agility and modest firepower were put to excellent use. Du...
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ROKS Cheonan (PCC-772)
ROKS Cheonan (PCC-772), a Pohang-class corvette - a small, maneuverable and armed warship - served as part of the South Korea...
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SAS Mendi (F148)
The SAS Mendi (F148)is a corvette/frigate vessel of the four-strong "Valour-class" belonging to the South African Navy. Her s...
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TCG Heybeliada (F-511)
Corvettes earn their keep in modern navies of the world by exhibiting compactness in dimension, supplying appropriate firepow...
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USS Fort Worth (LCS-3)
The United States Navy (USN) originally envisioned a large class of warships categorized as "littoral combat ships". The clas...
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USS Freedom (LCS-1)
The United States Navy saw the need for a fleet of small, multipurpose corvette type warships to operate in the littoral or c...
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USS Independence (LCS-2)
The USS Independence (LCS-2) represents a wholly modern United States Navy (USN) corvette and the lead ship of her new Indepe...
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