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Photos of a seaman's from a large anti-submarine ship Project 61 Slavnyyy.
It 1969 or 1970... Or the first half of 1971...
It is the British ship, someone from Typ 12I Leander?
· Date: Thu, 24 January 19 · Views: 452
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ianp913763
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Thu, 24 January 19 13:41

One of the six Dutch Leanders?
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Johan Spek
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Thu, 24 January 19 15:54

This is one of the six Dutch Leanders (Van Speyk klasse).
Hr. Ms. Van Speyk, Tjerk Hiddes, Van Galen, Evertsen, Isaac Sweers, Van Nes, before Mid Life Modernisation.
Later sold to Indonesia.
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DDR

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Sat, 26 January 19 08:59

Thanks gentlemen...
Without the board number it is difficult to identify the ship ...
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WILLIAM WONG
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Sat, 26 January 19 23:47

No doubt a ' Van Speijk ' class frigate ( Leander ) as suggested, but not the Hr. Ms Van Speyk which is a different type frigate
Not easy to tell apart all these frigates as they are almost identical, however the only slim chance to identify would count on the bow number which shows somewhat like part of ' 2 ' as the last one so would probably be the ' Van Speijk ' F802 unless it matches ' 3 ' ' 4 ' or ' 5 ' but unlikely

Van Speijk F802
Van Galen F803
Isaac Sweers F814
Tjerk Hiddes F804
Van Nes F805
Evertsen F815
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DDR

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Tue, 29 January 19 09:51

Used two different ACDSee programs, nasal identification number of the ship could not consider...
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FG86
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Tue, 29 January 19 16:25

Its quite ironic trying to identify a NATO vessel as her pennant number is not readily visible, when at the time of this image being taken DDR and his friends were frequently changing their pennant numbers in an attempt to confuse NATO.

the Leander hull form (Type 12M) and type 12 Whitby were probably the most successful hull shapes for frigate sized warships. The extensive world sales and longevity of the design stands testament to its success.
The UK, Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, Indian, South Africa, Chile, Peru and Bangladesh all operated the design.
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DDR

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Thu, 14 February 19 04:59

The ships of NATO got the board number when "were born"... They had this board number until the end of "life"... Yes, in the Soviet Union there was a practice to change each 2-3 years board numbers, it was normal practice. The ships and boats of investigation of West Germany, Sweden very often confused our ship with next, asked on radio why there is other ship where the ship... I think to learn the ship if there is no board number difficult, it is necessary to know the ship device, its arms, fine details... The ships, Siamese twins, it is difficult to recognize them...
Sorry for my bad english ...
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