French Navy Marine Nationale Frigates and Destroyers
 
 

FREMM Aquitaine class Multi-Mission Frigate
Aquitaine class FREMM is a class of multi-mission frigates designed by French shipbuilder DCNS. France plans to operate eleven FREMM frigates which will be the backbone of the French Navy (Marine Nationale). Designed for AAW, ASW and ASUW missions, these true multirole vessels are also capable of carrying out deep strikes against land targets. Morocco also ordered one Frigate of this class, the vessel to be named Mohammed VI is set to become the flagship of the Royal Moroccan Navy.

Aquitaine class FREMM is a class of multi-mission frigates designed by French shipbuilder DCNS. France plans to operate eleven FREMM frigates which will be the backbone of the French Navy (Marine Nationale). Designed for AAW, ASW and ASUW missions, these true multirole vessels are also capable of carrying out deep strikes against land targets. Morocco also ordered one Frigate of this class, the vessel to be named Mohammed VI is set to become the flagship of the Royal Moroccan Navy.

Georges Leygues class anti-submarine destroyers, Type F70 ASM
 
The Georges Leygues class anti-submarine destroyers (typed by French Navy as frégates anti-sous-marines type F 70 ASM or anti-submarine frigates) are primarily designed for anti-submarines warfare (ASW) missions and to provide escort to the French carrier battle group and SSBNs. Vessels of the class received upgrades to their combat systems which now make them capable warships for anti-surface warfare (ASuW) as well.

The Georges Leygues class anti-submarine destroyers (typed by French Navy as frégates anti-sous-marines type F 70 ASM or anti-submarine frigates) are primarily designed for anti-submarines warfare (ASW) missions and to provide escort to the French carrier battle group and SSBNs. Vessels of the class received upgrades to their combat systems which increased their self protection against air threats and made them capable warships for anti-surface warfare (ASuW) as well.

Cassard class guided-missile destroyers (DDG), Type F70 AA
 
The Cassard class guided-missile destroyers (typed by French Navy as frégates antiaériennes type F 70 AA or anti-aircraft frigates) are intended to participate in anti-aircraft operations, escort of capital ships (such as aircraft carriers or large amphibious vessels) as well as air and sea control. Both vessels of the class are homeported in Toulon naval base and are part of the Force d'Action Navale (Naval Action Force).

The Cassard class guided-missile destroyers (typed by French Navy as frégates antiaériennes type F 70 AA or anti-aircraft frigates) are intended to participate in anti-aircraft operations, escort of capital ships (such as aircraft carriers or large amphibious vessels) as well as air and sea control. Both vessels of the class are homeported in Toulon naval base and are part of the Force d'Action Navale (Naval Action Force).

La Fayette class Frigate
 
The French Navy's La Fayette Class multipurpose stealth frigates were developed and built by DCNS. The French Navy awarded DCNS the contracts to construct the La Fayette (F710), Surcouff (F711) and Courbet (F712) frigates in 1988, and Aconit (F713) and Guepratte (F714) in 1992

The French Navy's La Fayette Class multipurpose stealth frigates were developed and built by DCNS. The French Navy awarded DCNS the contracts to construct the La Fayette (F710), Surcouff (F711) and Courbet (F712) frigates in 1988, and Aconit (F713) and Guepratte (F714) in 1992

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