List of equipment of the United States Navy

The Equipment of the United States Navy have been subdivided into: watercraft, aircraft, munitions, vehicles, and small arms.

USS Farragut (DDG-99), an Arleigh Burke-class Aegis combat system-equipped guided missile destroyer. The class has become the longest production run for any post-World War II U.S. Navy surface combatant, with the potential to exceed over a hundred ships.
The ubiquitous M4, a 5.56×45mm (NATO cartridge), air-cooled, direct impingement gas-operated, magazine-fed, carbine-length assault rifle, based on the M16 family of service weapons.

Watercraft

Commissioned surface ships and submarines (arranged by class and displacement)

Ships

Class Image Individual ships Notes
Aircraft Carriers (11)
Gerald R. Ford USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78) 10 planned
Nimitz
Amphibious Assault Ships (9)
Wasp
America USS America (LHA-6) 11 planned
Amphibious Transport Docks (11)
San Antonio 13 planned
Dock Landing Ships (12)
Harpers Ferry USS Harpers Ferry (LSD-49)
USS Carter Hall (LSD-50)
USS Oak Hill (LSD-51)
USS Pearl Harbor (LSD-52)
Whidbey Island
Cruisers (22)
Ticonderoga
Destroyers (69)
Arleigh Burke

USS Arleigh Burke (DDG-51)
USS Barry (DDG-52)
USS John Paul Jones (DDG-53)
USS Curtis Wilbur (DDG-54)
USS Stout (DDG-55)
USS John S. McCain (DDG-56)
USS Mitscher (DDG-57)
USS Laboon (DDG-58)
USS Russell (DDG-59)
USS Paul Hamilton (DDG-60)
USS Ramage (DDG-61)
USS Fitzgerald (DDG-62)
USS Stethem (DDG-63)
USS Carney (DDG-64)
USS Benfold (DDG-65)
USS Gonzalez (DDG-66)
USS Cole (DDG-67)
USS The Sullivans (DDG-68)
USS Milius (DDG-69)
USS Hopper (DDG-70)
USS Ross (DDG-71)
USS Mahan (DDG-72)
USS Decatur (DDG-73)
USS McFaul (DDG-74)
USS Donald Cook (DDG-75)
USS Higgins (DDG-76)
USS O'Kane (DDG-77)
USS Porter (DDG-78)
USS Oscar Austin (DDG-79)
USS Roosevelt (DDG-80)
USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG-81)
USS Lassen (DDG-82)
USS Howard (DDG-83)
USS Bulkeley (DDG-84)
USS McCampbell (DDG-85)
USS Shoup (DDG-86)
USS Mason (DDG-87)
USS Preble (DDG-88)
USS Mustin (DDG-89)
USS Chafee (DDG-90)
USS Pinckney (DDG-91)
USS Momsen (DDG-92)
USS Chung-Hoon (DDG-93)
USS Nitze (DDG-94)
USS James E. Williams (DDG-95)
USS Bainbridge (DDG-96)
USS Halsey (DDG-97)
USS Forrest Sherman (DDG-98)
USS Farragut (DDG-99)
USS Kidd (DDG-100)
USS Gridley (DDG-101)
USS Sampson (DDG-102)
USS Truxtun (DDG-103)
USS Sterett (DDG-104)
USS Dewey (DDG-105)
USS Stockdale (DDG-106)
USS Gravely (DDG-107)
USS Wayne E. Meyer (DDG-108)
USS Jason Dunham (DDG-109)
USS William P. Lawrence (DDG-110)

USS Spruance (DDG-111)
USS Michael Murphy (DDG-112)
USS John Finn (DDG-113)
USS Ralph Johnson (DDG-114)
USS Rafael Peralta (DDG-115)
USS Thomas Hudner (DDG-116)
USS Paul Ignatius (DDG-117)
82 planned
Zumwalt USS Zumwalt (DDG-1000)
USS Michael Monsoor (DDG-1001)
3 Planned
Littoral Combat Ships (19)
Freedom USS Freedom (LCS-1)
USS Fort Worth (LCS-3)
USS Milwaukee (LCS-5)
USS Detroit (LCS-7)
USS Little Rock (LCS-9)
USS Sioux City (LCS-11)
USS Wichita (LCS-13)
USS Billings (LCS-15)
USS Indianapolis (LCS-17)
16 planned
Independence USS Independence (LCS-2)
USS Coronado (LCS-4)
USS Jackson (LCS-6)
USS Montgomery (LCS-8)
USS Gabrielle Giffords (LCS-10)
USS Omaha (LCS-12)
USS Manchester (LCS-14)
USS Tulsa (LCS-16)
USS Charleston (LCS-18)
USS Cincinnati (LCS-20)
19 planned
Mine Countermeasure Ships (11)
Avenger
Coastal Patrol Ships (13)
Cyclone
Technological Research Ship (1)
Banner USS Pueblo (AGER-2) Captured and currently possessed by North Korea
Original Six Frigates (1)
Classic Frigate USS Constitution The oldest commissioned vessel in the US Navy

Submarines

Class Image Individual boats Notes
Missile (Ballistic) (14)
Ohio
Columbia (Note: construction on the lead boat, USS Columbia (SSBN-826) is planned to begin in 2021, with a commissioning date set tentatively in 2024.) 12 planned
Missile (Guided) (4)
Ohio
Attack (52)
Los Angeles
Seawolf USS Seawolf (SSN-21)
USS Connecticut (SSN-22)
USS Jimmy Carter (SSN-23)
Virginia 48 planned

Additional ships

The Navy also operates the following ships:

Non-Commissioned (USNS);
Support (MV, RV - or no prefix);
Ready Reserve Force ships (MV, SS, GTS);
Reserve Fleet ships (USS & USNS);

Aircraft

Fixed-Wing

Aircraft Image Origin Versions Quantity Notes
Cargo/Transport Aircraft
C-2 Greyhound  USA C-2A 35[1] To be replaced by the CMV-22B Osprey
Gulfstream C-20  USA C-20D
C-20G
1
4
Currently 2 C-20's in active service with an additional 3 in USN Reserve.
Cessna UC-35  USA UC-35C
UC-35D
2
10
Gulfstream C-37  USA C-37A
C-37B
1
3
CT-39 Sabreliner  USA CT-39G 1
C-40 Clipper  USA C-40A 12 14 Planned[1]
C-130 Hercules  USA C-130T 25[2]
ELINT/Command and Control Aircraft
E-2 Hawkeye  USA E-2C
E-2D
44[1]
46[1][3]
Carrier capable AWACS
E-6 Mercury  USA E-6B 16
EA-18G Growler  USA EA-18G 163[1]
EP-3 ARIES II  USA EP-3E 12
Fighter Aircraft
F-5 Tiger II  USA F-5F
F-5N
3
41
Used for adversary training.[4]
F-16 Fighting Falcon  USA F-16A
F-16B
10
4
Used for adversary training.
F/A-18E/F Super Hornet  USA F/A-18E
F/A-18F
608[1]
F-35 Lightning II  USA F-35C 73[1] 374 planned
Maritime Patrol Aircraft
P-3 Orion  USA P-3C 73[5] To be replaced by P-8
P-8 Poseidon  USA P-8A 104[1] 117 Planned[1][6]
Trainer Aircraft
T-6 Texan II  USA T-6A
T-6B
43
252
Replaced T-34 and T-37 trainer aircraft under the JPATS program.[5]
T-39 Sabreliner  USA T-39G
T-39N
8
7
Beech T-44  USA T-44A 54[5]
T-45 Goshawk  USA T-45C 199[5]

Helicopters

Helicopter Image Origin Role Variants Quantity[7] Notes
HH-60 Rescue Hawk  USA Search and Rescue Helicopter HH-60H 49
MH-53 Sea Dragon  USA Multi-Mission Helicopter MH-53E 30[5]
MH-60 Seahawk  USA Anti-Submarine Warfare Helicopter
Multi-Mission Helicopter
MH-60R
MH-60S
278[1]
275[1]
SH-60 Seahawk  USA Anti-Submarine Warfare Helicopter SH-60B
SH-60F
129
60
TH-57 Sea Ranger  USA Training Helicopter TH-57B
TH-57C
41
85

Munitions

Name Image Type Versions Name Image Type Versions
MK84 General-purpose bomb AIM-7 Medium-range, semi-active radar homing air-to-air missile AIM-7A, AIM-7B, AIM-7C, AIM-7D, AIM-7E, AIM-7E2, AIM-7F, AIM-7M, AIM-7P, and RIM-7M
CBU-78 Air-dropped anti-tank and anti-personnel mines CBU-78/B AIM-9 Short-range air-to-air missile AIM-9D, AIM-9G, AIM-9H, AIM-9L, AIM-9M, AIM-9R, and AIM-9X
MK83 General-purpose bomb BLU-110 AIM-120 Medium-range, active radar homing air-to-air missile AIM-120A, AIM-120B, AIM-120C, AIM-120C-4/5/6/7, AIM-120D
CBU-100 Cluster bomb MK82 General-purpose bomb BLU-111/B, BLU-111A/B, BLU-126/B
AGM-65 Guided air-to-surface missile AGM-65A/B, AGM-65D, AGM-65E, AGM-65F/G, AGM-65H, AGM-65J, and AGM-65K AGM-84 Anti-ship missile AGM-84, RGM-84, and UGM-84
AGM-88 Air-to-surface anti-radiation missile AGM-88E AARGM AGM-154 Glide bomb AGM-154A, AGM-154B, AGM-154C
AGM-114 Guided air-to-surface missile AGM-114B, AGM-114K, AGM-114M BGM-109 cruise missile BGM-109C, BGM-109D, RGM-109E, UGM-109E
RIM-116 Close-in weapons system RIM-116A, RIM-116B UGM-133 SLBM UGM-133 Trident II
RIM-162 Surface-to-air missile RIM-162 ESSM RIM-66 Surface-to-air missile RIM-66K, RIM-66L, RIM-66M
RIM-67 Surface-to-air missile RIM-156A (ex-RIM-67E) RIM-161 Anti-ballistic missile RIM-161C

Land Vehicles

In addition to the vehicles listed here, the Navy Seabees operate a number of trucks and construction vehicles.

Name Image Type Notes
M939 Utility vehicle
HMMWV Light utility vehicle
DPV Patrol Vehicle
LSSV Multi-Purpose Vehicle

Small Arms

ModelImageCaliberTypeOriginDetails
Pistols
M99×19mm ParabellumPistol ItalyStandard service pistol
P2269×19mm ParabellumPistol  SwitzerlandP226, P226R, P228, P229 (M11 Mod 0), and

Mk 25

Mk 23 Mod 0.45 ACPPistol GermanyUsed by Naval Special Warfare.

Virtually replaced by the Mk 24.

M1911.45 ACPPistol United StatesLimited service
G199x19mm ParabellumPistol AustriaAdopted by Naval Special Warfare in 2016 as the Mk 27. Slowly replacing the Mk 25.
HK45.45 ACPPistol GermanyHK 45 Compact Tactical V3;

Adopted by Naval Special Warfare as the Mk 24.

Submachine Guns
MP59×19mm ParabellumSubmachine gun GermanyMP5, MP5K, MP5N, MP5SD
MP7 HK 4.6×30mm Submachine gun  Germany Used by JSOC units.
Rifles
M165.56×45mm NATOAssault rifle United StatesVirtually universally phased out in favor of the M4
M45.56×45mm NATOCarbine United StatesStandard service rifle
HK4165.56×45mm NATOCarbine GermanyD10RS variant with a 10.4-inch barrel.

Used by Naval Special Warfare and JSOC.

HK4177.62×51mm NATOBattle rifle GermanyAdopted as a marksman

rifle by Naval Special Warfare and JSOC units.

Mk 17 Mod 0 7.62×51mm NATO Battle rifle  Belgium Used by all branches of USSOCOM
M14 7.62×51mm NATO Battle rifle  United States Limited service
Shotguns
500 MILS12-gaugeShotgun United StatesPump-Action
M101412-gaugeShotgun ItalySemi-Automatic
Machine Guns
M2495.56×45mm NATOLight machine gun United StatesBelt-fed but can be used with STANAG magazines
Mk 487.62×51mm NATOLight machine gun Belgium United States Belt-fed
M2407.62×51mm NATOGeneral purpose machine gun Belgium United States Belt-fed
M607.62×51mm NATOGeneral purpose machine gun United StatesBelt-fed, current models: E4 (Mk 43 mod 0/1) and E6
Browning M2HB.50 BMGHeavy machine gun United StatesMounted on vehicles or tripods
DMRs and Sniper Rifles
Mk 11 Mod 07.62×51mm NATOSniper rifle/designated marksman rifle United StatesUsed by Naval Special Warfare
Mk 12 SPR5.56×45mm NATOSniper rifle/designated marksman rifle United StatesUsed by all Branches of USSOCOM
Mk 13 Mod 5.300 Winchester MagnumSniper rifle United StatesUsed by Naval Special Warfare
M247.62×51mm NATOSniper rifle United StatesBolt-Action
M107.50 BMGAnti-materiel rifle, sniper rifle United StatesSemi-Automatic
Mk 15.50 BMGAnti-materiel rifle, sniper rifle United StatesBolt-Action rifle used by Naval Special Warfare.
Grenade-Based Weapons
Mk 1940mmAutomatic grenade launcher United StatesBelt-fed
HK GMG40mmAutomatic grenade launcher GermanyBelt-fed
M20340mmGrenade launcher United StatesSingle-shot underbarrel grenade launcher
Mk 1440mmGrenade launcher South AfricaSix-shot revolver-type grenade launcher
Portable Anti-Materiel Weapons
AT484mmAnti-tank weapon Sweden
M3 MAAWS[8]84x246mm RAnti-tank recoilless rifle Sweden
FGM-148 Javelin127mm Fire-and-forget anti-tank missile United States

References

See also

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