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  1. HMCS Athabaskan

    HMCS Athabaskan

    HMCS Athabaskan is an Iroquois-class destroyer that has served in the Royal Canadian Navy since 1972.
  2. HMCS Athabaskan

    HMCS Athabaskan

    HMCS Athabaskan is an Iroquois-class destroyer that has served in the Royal Canadian Navy since 1972.
  3. HMAS Vampire & HMAS Onslow

    HMAS Vampire & HMAS Onslow

    The Australian-built Daring Class destroyer HMAS Vampire, and the Oberon Class submarine HMAS Onslow on display at the Australian National Maritime Museum, Sydney.
  4. USS The Sullivans

    USS The Sullivans

    The aft guns of the destroyer USS The Sullivans, and beyond them the superstructure and missile launchers of the guided missile cruiser USS Little Rock, in The Buffalo & Erie County Naval & Military Park.
  5. USS The Sullivans

    USS The Sullivans

    The destroyer USS The Sullivans in the Buffalo & Erie County Naval & Military Park.
  6. USS The Sullivans

    USS The Sullivans

    The destroyer USS The Sullivans, and to her port side the guided missile cruiser USS Little Rock, in the Buffalo & Erie County Naval & Military Park.
  7. Brazilian destroyer Mato Grosso D-34, ex USS Compton DD 705

    Brazilian destroyer Mato Grosso D-34, ex USS Compton DD 705

    Photo taken between August 14-22, 1989, possibly Santos Harbor.
  8. 86-50

    86-50

    Mato Grosso alongside Minas Gerais.
  9. Brazil´s Santa Catarina (D-32)

    Brazil´s Santa Catarina (D-32)

    View from the carrier Minas Gerais (A-11), the "contratorpedeiro" Santa Catarina (D-32), Ex USS Irwin (DD794). This ship was commissioned in Brazilian service May 10, 1968, and decommissioned exactly three months after this photo was taken (September 28, 1988), in December 28, 1988
  10. Three funnelled warship

    Three funnelled warship

    Nice action shot of this destroyer(?) but no details sadly. Any information as always very welcome. I would assume she could be one of many.
  11. USS Shaw (DD 68)

    USS Shaw (DD 68)

    Another view of the Shaw docked at Portsmouth following her collision with the Aquitania on 9 October, 1918
  12. USS Shaw (DD 68)

    USS Shaw (DD 68)

    The American destroyer USS Shaw (DD 68) is shown docked at Portsmouth on the morning of 10 October, 1918, after having 90 feet of her bow sliced off by the 45,000 ton British Troopship, Aquitania the day before. The Shaw’s general specifications were as follows: Class: Sampson Class, Displaceme
  13. HMS Daring D32

    HMS Daring D32

    Piper W (Larry) Cunningham pipes a traditional farewell as HMS Daring departs Portsmouth at 12.40 on 11th January 2012 bound for the Persian Gulf bearing a message to those who seek to interfere with International shipping through the Straights of Hormuz!
  14. HMS Daring D32

    HMS Daring D32

    HMS Daring departs Portsmouth at 12.40 on 11th January 2012 bound for the Persian Gulf bearing a message to those who seek to interfere with International shipping through the Straights of Hormuz!
  15. HMS Daring D32

    HMS Daring D32

    One man's views as HMS Daring departs Portsmouth at 12.40 on 11th January 2012 bound for the Persian Gulf bearing a message to those who seek to interfere with International shipping through the Straights of Hormuz!
  16. HMS Daring D32

    HMS Daring D32

    One man's views as HMS Daring departs Portsmouth at 12.40 on 11th January 2012 bound for the Persian Gulf bearing a message to those who seek to interfere with International shipping through the Straights of Hormuz!
  17. HMS Daring D32

    HMS Daring D32

    Officers man the bridge wing as HMS Daring departs Portsmouth at 12.40 on 11th January 2012 bound for the Persian Gulf bearing a message to those who seek to interfere with International shipping through the Straights of Hormuz!
  18. HMS Daring D32

    HMS Daring D32

    HMS Daring departs Portsmouth at 12.40 on 11th January 2012 bound for the Persian Gulf bearing a message to those who may seek to interfere with International shipping through the Straights of Hormuz!
  19. HMCS Annapolis & HNoMS Stavanger

    HMCS Annapolis & HNoMS Stavanger

    Canadian Destroyer HMCS Annapolis, (DDH 265) and Norwegian Frigate HNoMS Stavanger, F303 Annapolis was sunk as an artificial reef for diving, 2010/11. At the same time I photographed HMCS Huron, and HNLMS Tjerk Hiddes, F804. I presume they were on the same exercise. They have been posted to SN t
  20. Newcastle

    Newcastle

    Photographed on 11 July 1982 at Portsmouth Dockyard. HMS Newcastle was being prepared for service in the South Atlantic, painted with the black strip to distinguish her from the Argentina Type 42 destroyers.
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