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  1. Ice Grace

    Piraeus anchorage
  2. ex USS Fife

    Interesting picture of Ex USS Fife, a redundant destroyer. assume this was the result of a target exercise. If I was that ships designer I would be very concerned about the clean shear area where the forward section departed the hull.
  3. H M S Fife in San Carlos

    H M S Fife leaving Alvega in San Carlos 1984
  4. Fife

    Photographed in Chatham Dockyard during the 1978 Navy Days, 28 May 1978, close up of the Sea Slug system onboard HMS Fife Sea Slug was a first generation surface-to-air missile designed by Armstrong Whitworth (later part of the Hawker Siddeley group) for use by the Royal Navy. It came into operatio
  5. Fife

    Photographed in Chatham Dockyard during the 1978 Navy Days, 28 May 1978. Royal Navy Name: HMS Fife Ordered: 26 September 1961 Builder: Fairfield Shipbuilding Laid down: 1 June 1962 Launched: 9 July 1964 Commissioned: 21 June 1966 Decommissioned: June1987 HMS Fife (D20) was the first unit o
  6. FIFE

    Photo : 25 June 1987 : Portsmouth HMS Fife entering Portsmouth to pay off on a damp and overcast day, she was escorted in by RMAS Bustler and Powerful. She had completed a refit at Portsmouth the previous year (June 1986) when she had been converted into a cadet training ship. The Seaslug system had
  7. FIFE

    Photo : 25 June 1987 : Portsmouth HMS Fife entering Portsmouth to pay off on a damp and overcast day, she was escorted in by RMAS Bustler and Powerful. She had completed a refit at Portsmouth the previous year (June 1986) when she had been converted into a cadet training ship. The Seaslug system had
  8. FIFE

    Photo : 25 June 1987 : Portsmouth HMS Fife entering Portsmouth to pay off on a damp and overcast day, she was escorted in by RMAS Bustler and Powerful. She had completed a refit at Portsmouth the previous year (June 1986) when she had been converted into a cadet training ship. The Seaslug system had
  9. HMS Fife

    From RFA Green Rover 1976
  10. HMS Fife

    Closing to fuel from RFA Green Rover. North Sea. 1976
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