Warship used for antiaircraft, antisubmarine and antiship operations.
ship’s motor boat
Small high-speed watercraft.
Missile fired from a ship that targets another ship.
Ultrasound detection device used to track submarines.
Device that fires objects that imitate missiles in order to draw enemy missile fire.
Multidirectional device equipped with an antiaircraft cannon.
air search radar
Instrument for detecting enemy aircraft.
surface surveillance radar
Instrument that detects obstacles such as ships and icebergs on the surface of the water.
target detection radar
Device that detects surface movements near the ship.
Instrument that detects aircraft in the vicinity of the ship; it can guide missiles toward enemy targets.
Device driven by a diesel engine; it transfers rotary movement to the propeller.
The frigate’s propulsion system that is made up of blades arranged around a hub.
helicopter flight deck
Area designed for helicopter takeoff and landing.
Aircraft whose lift agent is a rotor on a vertical axle.
Installation used to house helicopters and carry out maintenance on them.
Launch system for short-range missiles, which are used to destroy missiles from enemy aircraft.
Missile designed to destroy enemy aircraft.
Antenna that provides a radio link with a coastal station, another ship or an aircraft.
Combustion engines in which air is compressed to the point that its heat ignites the fuel.
Missile designed to destroy enemy submarines.
Compartment where antiaircraft and surface-to-subsurface missiles are stored.
Room where officers rest at night or between shifts.