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HMAS Vendetta & HMAS Vampire two of the three Daring class destroyers built for the Royal Australian Navy. The other was HMAS Voyager. Originally four had been ordered but the fourth was cancelled. Naval History, Us History, Subic Bay, Australian Defence Force, Royal Australian Navy, Bay Photo, Cabin Cruiser, Man Of War, Military Diorama

HMAS Vendetta (D08) & HMAS Vampire (D11), both destroyers of the same class, serving under Royal Australian Navy (RAN), sailing alongside. (google.image)

 A County Class heavy cruiser. Australian Defence Force, Royal Australian Navy, Heavy Cruiser, Capital Ship, Naval History, War Image, Big Guns, Armada, Navy Ships

Naval Architecture

jcsmarinenews: “ HMAS AUSTRALIA - 1946 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMAS_Australia_(D84) ”

HMAS Voyager was a Daring-class destroyer of the Royal Australian Navy that was lost in a collision in and sank on the night of February 1964 after being in collision with the carrier HMAS Melbourne off Jervis Bay, NSW. Australian Defence Force, Royal Australian Navy, Navy Man, Naval History, Lest We Forget, Armada, Navy Ships, Submarines, Royal Navy

HMAS Voyager. She sank on the night of 10 February 1964 after being in collision with the carrier HMAS Melbourne off Jervis Bay, NSW. 82 lives were lost. RIP. "Quo Fata Vocant" her motto seems oddly apt - "Where Fate Calls".

HMS Bulwark of the British Royal Navy was a tonne Centaur-class light fleet aircraft carrier. Initially commissioned as a light aircraft carrier in the ship was later converted into a commando carrier in 1958 and recommissioned as such i Royal Navy Aircraft Carriers, Navy Carriers, British Aircraft Carrier, British Armed Forces, Naval History, Royal Marines, Navy Military, Navy Ships, Tonne

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Anzac-class Frigates HMAS Arunta and HMAS Perth conduct a dual Replenishment at Sea with HMAS Sirius during Exercise Talisman Sabre Australian Defence Force, Royal Australian Navy, Navy Man, Armada, Navy Ships, Military Weapons, Aviators, Coast Guard, War Machine

Bowser gets a Sirius workout

HMAS Sirius has played a vital role in Exercise TALISMAN SABRE. Living up to her motto ‘to serve and provide’, the ship provided support to a number of task groups operating off Australia's northern coast.

Adams Class Veterans Association, Inc. (ACVA Inc.) Goals and Mission: Tin Can Sailors, Veterans Association, Navy Reserve, Australian Defence Force, Royal Australian Navy, Go Navy, Navy Life, Naval History, United States Navy

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This is outstanding! Do you have any other pictures of this or other models you've built? Construction photos would be great too.

4955. This superb dockside image of HMAS DUCHESS berthed at Port Adelaide has proved very popular since transport photographer Chris Finney first posted it on the Shipspotting website several years ago, and we are very glad to be able to have it here. The Daring Class destroyer appears to be preparing for departure, and perhaps testing power to her turrets. A turrets guns are depressed, while B and X are at maximum elevation. Photo: www.shipspotting.com/© Chris Finney Australian Defence Force, Royal Australian Navy, Navy Military, Coast Guard, Royal Navy, War Machine, Vietnam War, Battleship, Depressed

April 1969. HMAS DUCHESS berthed at Port Adelaide - Chris Finney/Shipspotting.

4955. This superb dockside image of HMAS DUCHESS berthed at Port Adelaide has proved very popular since transport photographer Chris Finney first posted it on the Shipspotting website several years ago, and we are very glad to be able to have it here. The Daring Class destroyer appears to be preparing for departure, and perhaps testing power to her turrets. A turrets guns are depressed, while B and X are at maximum elevation. Photo: www.shipspotting.com/© Chris Finney

Australia’s new Type 26 frigates are expected to carry out a variety of tasks, but their main role is anti-submarine warfare. Royal Australian Navy, Landing Craft, Navy Ships, Royal Navy, Getting Wet, Battleship, Water Crafts, Warfare, Statue Of Liberty

Do our new $35 billion frigates have a fighting chance?

Australia’s new Type 26 frigates are expected to carry out a variety of tasks, but their main role is anti-submarine warfare.