Malaysian Navy Wants 18 Patrol Ships To Simplify Fleet

BEIJING — The Royal Malaysian Navy is hoping for authorization to buy 18 vessels that would simplify its fleet and undertake constabulary missions. Construction of the so-called littoral mission ships would cut the number of classes in service to five from 15, says the head of the navy, Adm. Ahmad...

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