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Ming Type 035

Two units, 361 and one other unidentified boat, suffered severe propulsion casualties and are unlikely to return to service. One source reports as few as 14 Ming-class in service in 2013. IISS reports 11 Mings in service as of 2017.


Ships

#PennantBuilderFleetLaunchCompleteStricken*Notes
Ming (Type ES5C/D)
1WuchangJul 1971Apr 1974scrapped
2232JiangnanNov 19741975scrapped
3233WuchangEast1979scrapped
Ming Mod (Type ES5E)
1342WuchangNorth19872013: 14 in service
2352WuchangNorth19882013: 14 in service
3353WuchangNorth19892013: 14 in service
4354WuchangNorth199020152017: 11 in service
5356WuchangNorth199120162017: 11 in service
6357WuchangNorth199220172017: 11 in service
7358WuchangNorth19932018
8359WuchangNorth19942019
9360WuchangNorth19952020
10361WuchangNorth19952003Accident
11362WuchangNorth19962021
12363WuchangNorthMay 199619962021
Ming Mod-II Type 035G (ES5F?)
1305WuchangSouthJun 199719982023
2306WuchangSouthSept 199719982023
3307WuchangSouthMay 199819992024
4308WuchangSouthOct 199819992024
5309WuchangSouthDec 199920002025
6310WuchangSouthJun 200020012026


* assumes a 25 year service life



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