The venerable Paris-class frigate is a type of escort ship used extensively in the UNSC Navy. It has been in service since the Human-Covenant War and been updated once.
Technology and Combat CharacteristicsEdit
Heavily armed and highly maneuverable the Paris-class, especially Flight II's are able to outrun most vessels, avoid fire and hit their weak points.
The Paris class has the ability to be reconfigured to meet certain needs to perform a number of different roles. Following the introduction of the IIA, a IIB was introduced that improved stealth characteristics of the vessel.
|UNSC Paris||FFG-106||Flight I Lead||Active|
|Azov||UEG Coast Guard||Flight I||Active|
|UNSC Saratoga||FFG-130||Flight I||Destroyed on Reach|
|UNSC/CMF Flaming Heart||FFG-133||Flight I||Reserve CMF Ship|
|UNSC Aegis Fate||FFG-307||Flight I||Active|
|UNSC Gettysburg||FFG-319||Flight I||Semi-Active Museum ship|
|UNSC Renè||FFG-847||Flight II Lead||Active|
|UNSC Edward Snyder||FFG-849||Flight-II||Active|