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State Oceanic Administration: Chinese Coast Guard, Maritime surveillance agency of the People’s Republic of China, Maritime Safety Administration of the People’s Republic of China (MSA)中华人民共和国海事局

 

CHINA COAST GUARD AVIATION

 

Forces by Role & Equipment by Type

 

AIRCRAFT  + Mairitime Patrol Aircrafts.

 

Maritime Patrol

+ Harbin Y-12 STOL transport.

 

 

HELICOPTER + Mairitime Patrol Helicopters.

 

Maritime Patrol

+ Harbin Z-9 helicopters

 

FACILITIES

  CCG Main Headquarters: The CCG is known to perform mostly coastal and oceanic search and rescue or patrols, including anti-smuggling operations. During wartime it may be placed under the operational control of the People's Liberation Army Navy.

 

Command: The Chinese Coast Guard was not under an independent command until 2013. Formally they were part of the armed police, under the local (provincial) border defense force command. The largest operational unit of the CCG is a CCG flotilla, which is a regimental-level unit in China’s military administrative hierarchy. Every coastal province has 1 to 3 Coast Guard flotillas. Currently there are twenty CCG flotillas across the country.:

 

    Fujian

        1st Flotilla - Fuzhou

        2nd Flotilla - Quanzhou

        3rd Flotilla - Xiamen

    Guangdong

        1st Flotilla - Guangzhou

        2nd Flotilla - Shantou

        3rd Flotilla - Zhanjiang

    Guangxi

        1st Flotilla - Beihai

        2nd Flotilla - Fangchenggang

    Hainan

        1st Flotilla - Haikou

        2nd Flotilla - Sanya

    Hebei with 1 Flotilla - Qinhuangdao

    Jiangsu with 1 Flotilla - Taicang

    Liaoning

        1st Flotilla - Dalian

        2nd Flotilla - Dandong

    Shandong

        1st Flotilla - Weihai

        2nd Flotilla - Qingdao

    Shanghai with 1 Flotilla - Shanghai

    Tianjin with 1 Flotilla - Tianjin

    Zhejiang

        1st Flotilla - Taizhou

        2nd Flotilla - Ningbo

 

Inventory Equipment Note:  The CCG has received quite a few large patrol ships that would significantly enhance their operations. Hai Guan(customs), militia, police and other services operate hundreds of small patrol craft. For maritime patrol services, these craft are usually quite well armed with machine guns and 37mm AA guns. In addition, these services operate their own small aviation units to assist their maritime patrol capabilities. CCG operates a handful of Harbin Z-9 helicopters, and a maritime patrol aircraft based on the Harbin Y-12 STOL transport.

Vessels: Chinese Coast Guard ships are painted white with blue stripe and wording China Coast Guard in English and Chinese. Typical Coast Guard ships include the 130 ton Type 218 patrol boat (100 boats), armed with twin 14.5mm machine guns, assorted speedboats, and few larger patrol ships. Up until very recently, the largest ship in Chinese Coast Guard service was the 1,500 ton Type 718 cutter (31101 Pudong). In March 2007, it was reported that the PLAN has transferred 2 Type 728 cutter (44102,ex-509 Changde;46103ex-510 Shaoxing) to the Coast Guard as and re-numbered 1002 & 1003. These ships are the largest vessels in the Coast Guard inventory. Other boats 80 Vessels

 

Maritime surveillance agency of the People’s Republic of China

 

CHINA MARINE SURVEILLANCE (CMS) Zhōngguó Hǎijiǎn 中国海监

 

AIRCRAFT 10Mairitime Surveillance Aircrafts.

 

Maritime Surveillance

2 Harbin Y-12 (utility )

8 Other various Aircraft

 

HELICOPTER 4Mairitime Surveillance Helicopters.

 

Maritime Surveillance

4 Mil Mi-8 helicopter (utility )

 

 

  FACILITIES

   Garrison/HQ: Qingdao, Shanghai, and Guangzhou

    Headquarters: Beijing.

    North China Sea Fleet. Qingdao, Shandong.

    East China Sea Fleet. Pudong, Shanghai.

    South China Sea Fleet. Guangzhou, Guangdong.

 

Inventory Equipment Note:  400 seagoing vessels.(Two Harbin Y-12 aircraft seen at Guilin airfield on a number of occasions in August 2013.) It has grown in fleet size and capability.[citation needed] Its fleet is made up of, in part, destroyers and other former Chinese Navy vessels.In March 2013, China announced it shall modify a unified Coast Guard commanded by the State Oceanic Administration. The move shall merge China Marine Surveillance under the China Coast Guard

 

 

Maritime Safety Administration of the People’s Republic of China

 

CHINA MARITIME SAFETY ADMINISTRATION OF PEOPLE'S REBUBLIC OF CHINA (MSA) • 中华人民共和国海事局

 

  FACILITIES
   Address
: 11#, Jianguomennei Avenue, Beijing,China 100736

 

  Organizational Structure: Hebei MSA, Jiangsu MSA, Heilongjiang MSA, Liaoning MSA, Shanghai MSA, Shenzhen MSA, Guangdong MSA, Zhejiang MSA, Hainan MSA, Tianjin MSA,  Fujian MSA, Shandong MSA, Changjiang MSA, Guangxi MSA


Official website: http://www.msa.gov.cn


 
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