Photos Navies Of All Nations

USS Coral Sea (CV-43) approaching Pearl Harbor, 1981

USS Iowa (BB-61) in the Panama Canal in 1992
Heavy cruiser Admiral Hipper taken from the Battleship Tirpitz in Norway, July 1942

1949, Norway, A picture of the black wreck of the battleship "Tirpitz", silhouetted against the snow capped mountains of Norway, In the foreground is a crater left by one of the "Tall Boy" bomb that sank it in the Sanne Strait (Photo by Popperfoto via Getty Images/Getty Images)
Exposed missile tubes on the wreck of Akula class (NATO Typhoon) submarine K-141 Kursk, Murmansk, 2002
Imperial Japan:
Battleship Musashi's forward 18" mounts and sailors during morning gymnastics on it's deck, colourised
HMS Hood near the Chateau Frontenac,Quebec~August 1924, during the "World Cruise".

Sailboat Collides With French Aircraft Carrier Charles De Gaulle
The French Navy announced that a sailboat collided with aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle this morning. No injuries were reported, damages are limited to the sailboat which dismasted
According to the Maritime Prefecture of the Mediterranean (Préfecture Maritime de la Méditerranée), the flagship of the French Navy (Marine Nationale), aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle, was at sea for training off Toulon naval base when the collision occurred with a 10 meters-long sailboat flying the flag of Poland:
While on a training sortie off Toulon, the Charles de Gaulle was late to detect a ten-metre sailing boat (flying a Polish flag) at a very short distance, shortly before 07:30 AM. In spite of an emergency manoeuvre to avoid this sailboat and in the absence of reaction from the latter, a collision occurred around 07:30 AM between the sailboat and the hull of the Charles de Gaulle.
Several actions were undertaken in order to rescue possible victims on board the sailboat: a radio contact was established with the skipper and an assistance team was sent by the Charles de Gaulle to the sailboat. These actions confirmed that there was only a single person aboard the sailboat and the sailboat was not taking water (damages were limited to the loss of the mast during the collision).
Two boats from the Charles de Gaulle were used to secure the sailboat and prepare its towing, in difficult weather conditions (sea state 4, 25 knots of wind).
At the same time the Mediterranean Operations Centre located in Toulon ordered the diversion of a tugboat in order to tow the sailboat to the port of Hyères. A technical investigation is underway, as is systematically done after an incident at sea involving a French Navy vessel. This collision has no impact on the training activities of the Charles de Gaulle.
Monitor USS Monadnock (BM-3) crossing the Pacific Ocean during the Spanish-American War. Monadnock was one of only two U.S. Navy monitors ever to make the crossing. January 1898
RN & Japan:
HMS Queen Elizabeth, met up with JS Yugiri for exercises in the Gulf of Aden 12 Nov, 2021
Battleship USS Tennessee under way, May 1943 after her refit

USS Yorktown (CV-10) in the Puget Sound, Washington, USA, as seen after a two-month overhaul.~6 October 1944
South Korea:
ROKS Cheonan (FFG-826), a 7th Daegu-class frigate launched earlier this week, is named after the corvette of the same name sunk by North Korea in 2010
Battleship Richelieu arriving in Oran (1943) from her refit in the United States.
Destroyers Venus, Virago, and Vigilant of the 8th Emergency Flotilla during an offensive sweep off Sumatra, Seen from Verulam. April 1945.
Battleship Dunkerque's crew relaxing on her deck and turrets, late 1930's

Battleship Richelieu as seen from USS Saratoga (CV-3) in the Indian Ocean, 18 May 1944
USS Washington (BB-56) at anchor at Scapa Flow, Scotland,as seen from the flight deck of USS Wasp (CV-7). April 1942

USS Juneau (CL-52) in June 1942, She would later be sunk in the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal in which among the casualties are all 5 Sullivan brothers that resulted in the Sole Survivor Policy being regulated in the United States Armed Forces.

USS Russell (DD-414) comes alongside USS Hornet (CV-8) during the Battle of Santa Cruz Islands on 26 October 1942

USS Texas (BB-35) off the Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, March 15 1943

USS New Jersey (BB-62) as seen in Hampton Roads, 7 September, 1943.
HMAS Stalwart which was commissioned 13 Nov, 2021

HMAS Stalwart (AOR), the second Supply class Replenishment oiler to be commissioned in the Royal Australian Navy replacing HMAS Sirius. They are responsible for the transportation of fuel, munitions and supplies. Although 8 month's behind schedule the two ships (HMAS Supply being commissioned earlier this year) are expected to expand the capabilities of the Navy's long range sustainment operations.

Stalwart will carry one helicopter. They have a displacement of 19,500 tonnes, a of length 173.9 metres, a beam of 23 metres and a Draught of 8 metres. They have a maximum speed of 20 knots, and a maximum range of 11000 kilometres. They carry 8200 cubic metres of marine diesel fuel, 1400 cubic metres of fresh water, 270 tonnes of ammunition, 470 tonnes of provisions and 1450 cubic metres of JP5 Jet Fuel.
Cruisers Admiral Graf Spee, Admiral Scheer, Deutschland followed by other light cruisers during the Fleet Parade on 31 May 1935.
HMS Cossack in the "Altmark Incident" (Feb, 1940), by Anthony Cowland

HMS Martin underway. date unknown

HMS Martin was an M-class destroyer launched at the Tyneside yard of Vickers-Armstrongs on 12 December 1940. She had a busy but brief wartime career, being sunk by the German submarine U-431 on 10 November 1942 off Algiers.
Martin was allocated to the escort group for Force "H" in Operation “Torch”, the landings in North Africa. She sailed from Scapa Flow on 30 October as part of the escort for Force "H", and after fuelling at Gibraltar on 5 November re-joined Force "H"- the covering force to the landings at Algiers and Oran, on 8 November. The task of Force "H" was to guard against action by the Italian fleet, during the landings. Martin was torpedoed by U-431 under command of Wilhelm Dommes on the morning of 10 November as a result of which she blew up and sank in position 37°53′N 003°57′E. The only survivors were five officers and 59 ratings picked up by the destroyer Quentin.

Hunt class destroyer HMS Haydon carrying out depth charge exercises off Mers-El-Kebir. January 1943

Built as part of the Hunt class third group, Haydon would initially serve as a convoy escort in the Atlantic. In 1943 she would be redeployed to the Mediterranean to assist in the Allied Landings at Sicily and Southern France before being put back on convoy protection duty.

She would be pulled from service in 1947 due to a fire on board and eventually disposed of in 1958.

HMS Duke of York and her sister HMS King George V in Tokyo, Aug 28, 1945. Mount Fuji seen in the background.
Battleship Bouvet is listing to starboard after she struck a Turkish mine. The ship sank in roughly a minute with 648 fatalities
USS Boston (CAG-1) at anchor in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, 10 September 1963

Lafayette-class ballistic missile submarine USS Woodrow Wilson (SSBN 624) underway off the coast of South Carolina with several Poseidon missile tube outer doors open, July 1977

USS New Jersey BB-62 firing a Tomahawk cruise missile during trials, 1982

USS New Jersey (BB 62) underway with the Knox class frigate USS Meyerkord (FF 1058) to starboard, 14 April,1983.

Marine Detachment, USS New Jersey (BB-62), 1988