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East Sea Fleet

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Eastern Theater Command Navy
Naval Ensign of the People's Republic of China.svg
The People's Liberation Army Navy's jack and ensign
Active1949–present
Country People's Republic of China
Branch People's Liberation Army Navy
TypeNaval fleet
Garrison/HQNingbo, China
Commanders
Current
commander
Vice Admiral Wei Gang

The Eastern Theater Command Navy (Chinese: 东部战区海军),[1] or East Sea Fleet (ESF; Chinese: 东海舰队), is one of the three fleets of the People's Liberation Army Navy, operating in the East China Sea under the Eastern Theater Command. It was the first naval force formed by the People's Liberation Army, on 23 April 1949 and was initially based at Shanghai. Renamed in 1955, it has since been assigned to be part of the People's Liberation Army Navy and its headquarters have been moved to Ningbo, Zhejiang Province, but the fleet continues to patrol the East China Sea. Its flagship is 150 Changchun.

The fleet was used in a support role during the People's Liberation Army's (PLA) invasion of the Kuomintang-held island of Yijiangshan on 14 January 1955. It has engaged in numerous other battles against the Republic of China Armed Forces. It has also operated in support of the South Sea Fleet against the People's Army of Vietnam, particularly in the 1980s.

The fleet has been augmented by two Sovremenny-class missile destroyers, with a further 2 delivered by the end of 2006. Four Kilo class attack submarines have also joined the fleet.

Major naval bases of the fleet

Ships in the fleet

Fleets in Dong Hai
Fleets in Dong Hai
Rescue and salvage ship
Destroyers
Frigates
Corvettes
  • 10 Type 056 (Jiangdao-class):
    • Bengbu (582, 蚌埠)
    • Shangrao (583, 上饶)
    • Ji'an (586, 吉安)
    • Quanzhou (588, 泉州)
    • Sanmenxia (593, 三门峡)
    • Suzhou (503, 宿州)
    • Baoding (511, 保定)
    • Heze (512, 菏泽)
    • Ningde (510, 宁德)
    • Ezhou (513, 鄂州)
Diesel-electric submarines
Landing ships
Replenishment ships

See also

References

  1. ^ "媒体:成立东部战区海军 是不是东海舰队就没了". Guancha Syndicate. 7 March 2016. Retrieved 25 December 2017.

External links

This page was last edited on 15 November 2021, at 04:26
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