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BNS Ali Haider (2014)
Career (Bangladesh) Naval Ensign of Bangladesh.svg
Class and type: Modified Type 053H2 frigate
Name: Ali Haider
Builder: Hudong Shipyard, Shanghai
Launched: 9 August 1986
Acquired: December, 2013
Commissioned: 1 March 2014
In service: 2014 - Present
Identification: Pennant number: F-17
Status: in active service, as of 2020
General characteristics
Displacement:
  • 1,700 tons (empty)
  • 2000+ tons (full)
Length: 339 feet (103 m)
Beam: 37 feet (11 m)
Draft: 10.5 feet (3.2 m)
Propulsion:
  • 2 × 12E390VA,880 kW (7,885 hp) at 480 rpm
  • 2 shafts
Speed: 26.5  knots
Range: 2,700 mi (4,300 km) at 18 knots
Complement: 300 (27 officers)
Sensors and
processing systems:
  • Sonar:
    • SJD-5 medium-frequency sonar
    • SJC-1B reconnaissance sonar
    • SJX-4 communications sonar
  • CTC-1629 combat data system (or Chinese copy ZKJ-3A)
  • Radar System:
    • Surface: Type 354 Radar (Eye Shield) 2D , I-band
    • Air Type 517H-1 (Knife Rest) 2D long-range , A-band
    • Navigation: 2 × Racal RM-1290, I-band
    • Fire Control: *Type 352 Radar (Square Tie) surface search fire-control, I-band
    • Type 343 (Wasp Head) fire control radar, G/H-band
    • 2 × Type 341 fire control radar for dual 37 mm AA gun
    • Echo Type 5 (Hull Mounted)
Electronic warfare
& decoys:
  • Data link: HN-900 (Chinese equivalent of Link 11A/B, to be upgraded)
  • Communication: SNTI-240 SATCOM
  • RWD-8 (Jug Pair) intercept EW suite:
    • Type 9230I radar warning receiver
    • Type 651A IFF
  • Armament:
  • Missiles:
  • Guns:
    • 2 × Type 79A dual-100 mm gun
    • 4 × Type 76 dual-37 mm AA guns
  • Torpedoes: 6x 324 mm LAS (2 triple) tubes (Type II)
  • 1 × Whitehead A 244S
  • D/C:
    • 2 × DC racks
    • 4 × Type 64 DC projectors
  • Decoys: 2 x Mk-36RBOC 6-barrel decoy rocket launchers
  • BNS Ali Haider is a modified Type 053H2 frigate of the Bangladesh Navy, bought in 2014 from China.

    HistoryEdit

    The Type 053H2 Frigate BNS Ali Haider was previously known as Wuhu which served with People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) in East Sea Fleet. It was commissioned in PLAN in 1987. In 2013 the ship was sold to Bangladesh Navy. She was commissioned on 1 March 2014 as BNS Ali Haider (F-17).[1]

    CareerEdit

    BNS Ali Haider left for Lebanon to participate in the UN mission United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) on 12 May 2014.[2] She replaced the ship BNS Osman there from 14 June 2014.[3]

    ArmamentEdit

    The ship is armed with advanced C-802A anti-ship missiles. It also carries naval guns, torpedoes and anti-submarine weapons.

    See alsoEdit

    Frigates

    ReferencesEdit

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