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HMS Trafalgar (D77) was a Battle-class destroyer - Commissioned:	23 July 1945 - General characteristics Tons burthen:	2,325 tons Length:	379 ft (116 m) Beam:	40.25 ft (12.27 m) Armament:	 2 × twin 4.5 in guns QF Mark III on mounting BD Mk. IV 1 × single 4 in gun QF Mk. XXIII on mount Mk. III 4 × twin 40 mm Bofors mounts "Hazemeyer" Mk. IV 4-6 × single 40 mm Bofors mounts Mk. VII 2 × quad tubes for 21 in (533 mm) torpedoes Mk. IX Two depth charge rails. Four depth charge throwers.

HMS Trafalgar was a Battle-class destroyer of the Royal Navy (RN) HMS Trafalgar was a Battle-class destroyer of the Royal Navy (RN). She was named after the Battle of Trafalgar, a decisive British victory over a Franco-Spanish Fleet in

HMS Nelson at Spithead 1937.

The British battleship HMS Nelson off Spithead for the May 1937 fleet…

HMS Vanguard was the last battleship commissioned into the Royal Navy: laid down as a 'one off' on the outbreak of war in 1939 to make use of the 8 stored 15 in guns from light battlecruisers Glorious and Courageous (converted to carriers), competing resource priorities meant she was not completed till 1946. She stayed in service till 1960.

HMS Vanguard was the last battleship commissioned into the Royal Navy: laid down…

HMS Revenge: brand new in 1916, she had just joined the Grand Fleet at the time of Jutland.  The single funnelled 15 in 'R' class were notably slower (but cheaper) than the preceding Queen Elizabeths.  She served on into WW2.

HMS Revenge: brand new in she had just joined the Grand Fleet at the time of Jutland. The single funnelled 15 in 'R' class were notably slower (but cheaper) than the preceding Queen Elizabeths. She served on into

HMS Plymouth. The Rothesay-class frigate served in the Royal Navy from 1959 to 1988 and helped save the Falklands Islands from Argentinean invasion in 1982.

Inside the 1980s time capsule that is the Falklands War frigate HMS Plymouth

This gallery presents a look inside the time capsule that is HMS Plymouth. The Rothesay-class frigate served in the Royal Navy from 1959 to 1988 and helped save the Falklands Islands from Argentinean invasion in

Royal Navy Astute class submarine HMS Ambush is pictured alongside the forward support vessel RFA Diligence in Gareloch, HMNB Clyde, Scotland.

}{ Royal Navy Astute class submarine HMS Ambush is pictured alongside the forward support vessel RFA Diligence in Gareloch, HMNB Clyde, Scotland.

12 in dreadnought HMS Agincourt is the only battleship ever built to have mounted 7 main armament turrets - 2 forward, 2 midships, and (seen here) 3 aft (secondary armament foreground). Originally a Turkish order taken over whilst building in British yards in 1914, she was lavishly appointed and a very popular ship in which to serve - the original 'Gin Palace'.

HMS Agincourt - seven 12 inch Naval Guns - the most ever fitted to a Battleship! On-lookers used to say: "watching her fire, was like watching a battleship explode!

“USS MacDONAOUGH” (DD-351) was a (341.4') Farragut Class Destroyer – Commissioned: 15 March 1935 – Crew: 160 Officers and Enlisted – Armament: 4 x 5 Inch (127mm) DP Guns (4 Single Mounts) 5 x 20mm Oerlikon AA Guns (5 Single Mounts) 4 x 40mm Bofors AA Guns (2 Twin Mounts) 8 x 21 Inch (533mm) Torpedo Tubes (2 Quad Launch Tubes) and 2 Depth Charge Stern Racks – Decommissioned: 22 October 1945 – Scrapped: 20 December 1946

USS MACDONOUGH 1943 – The third USS Macdonough was a Farragut-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She was named for Thomas Macdonough Macdonough was laid down

Knocked out Tank In Duty - YouTube

Knocked out Tank In Duty - YouTube

HMS Gentian was a Royal Navy Flower-class corvette that served in the Battle of the Atlantic, during World War II.

HMS Gentian - Mid-Ocean Escort Force - Flower-class corvette HMS Gentian of Escort Group

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