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HMS Battleaxe (89) before she was sold to Brazil. Gotta love those British names. [3909*2409]

HMS Battleaxe (89) before she was sold to Brazil. Gotta love those British names. [3909*2409]

Newcastle pictured entering Portsmouth Harbour on 26th May 1988

Newcastle pictured entering Portsmouth Harbour on 26th May 1988

Weet jij wat voor helikopter dit is en waar hij zich bevind ?

Weet jij wat voor helikopter dit is en waar hij zich bevind ?

Aircraft Carriers Comparison.

Aircraft Carriers Comparison.

HMS Hood in 1924 moored in Australia. Destroyed by the German Battleship Bismark however some historians claim that the fatal shot was actually delivered from the Prinz Eugene which was the light cruiser which accompanied the Bismark during its' fateful voyage.

HMS Hood in 1924 moored in Australia. Destroyed by the German Battleship Bismark however some historians claim that the fatal shot was actually delivered from the Prinz Eugene which was the light cruiser which accompanied the Bismark during its' fateful voyage.

Aircraft Carrier PCU Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78), lead ship of her class.

Aircraft Carrier PCU Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78), lead ship of her class.

HMS Zulu (F124) was a Tribal-class frigate of the Royal Navy in service from 1964 to 1984. She was the third ship bearing the name of HMS Zulu.She was built by Alexander Stephen and Sons, of Govan, at a cost of £5,100,000. She was launched on July 3, 1962 and commissioned on April 17, 1964. Zulu was the only Tribal built with Seacat missiles!

HMS Zulu (F124) was a Tribal-class frigate of the Royal Navy in service from 1964 to 1984. She was the third ship bearing the name of HMS Zulu.She was built by Alexander Stephen and Sons, of Govan, at a cost of £5,100,000. She was launched on July 3, 1962 and commissioned on April 17, 1964. Zulu was the only Tribal built with Seacat missiles!

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Hr.Ms. Limburg

Hr.Ms. Limburg

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