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Royal Navy Force القوة البحرية الاردنية Royal Navy Force Founded October 1920 Current form March 1956 Service branches Royal Jordanian Land Force Royal Naval Force Royal Jordanian Air Force Royal Special Forces His Majesty's Special Security Royal Maintenance Corps General Intelligence Department Public Security Directorate King Abdullah Design and Development Bureau Leadership Commander King Abdullah II Related articles History Desert Force Arab Legion Transjordan Frontier Force Ranks Jordanian military ranks The Royal Naval Force is the Naval entity of the Jordanian Armed Forces. As Jordan is landlocked except at its southern extremity, with only 26 kilometres (16 mi) of shoreline along the Gulf of Aqaba providing access to the Red Sea, its Naval Force comprises only 17 patrol boats, and has a total complement of about 300. The Naval Force is organizationally part of the army.[1] The Naval Force was established at Aqaba in 1951 as the Royal Coast Guard. In 1952, Coast Guard Headquarters were moved to the Dead Sea area and remained there until 1967. In 1974, the Coast Guard was provided with four Bertram class medium patrol boats and equipment for divers and frogmen. In 1991, the Coast Guard acquired three Hawk class heavy patrol boats. On 13 November 1991 the Royal Coast Guard was renamed the Royal Naval Force.[2] As of July 2010 the Commander of the Navy is Major General Dari al-Zaben.[3] Contents 1 Patrol boats 2 Special Maritime Forces 3 Naval infrastructure 4 References Patrol boats 3 × Al-Hussein class (VT Hawk) (2 × 30 mm guns, 1 × 20 mm gun, 2 × 12.7 mm machine guns)[3] 2 × Al-Hashim class (Type 412) (1 × 12.7 mm MGs) 4 × Abdullah class (2 × 12.5 mm MGs) 4 × Faysal class (Bertram) (1 × 12.7 mm MGs) 4 × Faysal class (Commander) (2 × 12.5 mm MGs) Special Maritime Forces 4 × 17 foot launch 4 × 19 foot GRP 1 × Light craft SRB 2 Naval infrastructure Naval bases : 2 (Aqaba, Hingat Al-Ramat) References ^ "Jordan Armed Forces". Retrieved 19 September 2010.  ^ "Embassy of Jordan Military Office". 29 July 2010. Retrieved 19 September 2010.  ^ a b "Institute for National Security Studies (INSS)". Retrieved 19 September 2010.  v · d · eMilitary of Jordan Royal Naval Force  · Royal Jordanian Land Force  · Royal Jordanian Air Force  · Royal Special Forces  · His Majesty's Special Security  · Royal Maintenance Corps (Jordan)  · Dairat al-Mukhabarat al-Ammah This Jordan-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e