Photos Navies Of All Nations

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The third Chinese universal amphibious assault ship of project 075 returned to the shipyard in Shanghai after factory sea trials. December 11, 2021.
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USN:
USS Intrepid (CV-11) between August-December 1944 seen in original colour
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Germany:
November 16, 1918. Location: Firth of Forth, UK. Light cruiser Königsberg has brought Rear Admiral Hugo Meurer to negotiate with Admiral David Beatty for the conditions of the German fleet surrender. Light cruiser HMS Cassandra is visible on the right.
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USN:
USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67) underway during the cease-fire between coalition and Iraqi forces following Operation Desert Storm, 1991
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USN:
211213-M-PO838-1046 GULF OF ADEN (Dec. 13, 2021) Amphibious transport dock USS Portland (LPD 27) transits the Gulf of Aden, Dec. 13, with a Solid State Laser – Technology Maturation Laser Weapons System Demonstrator Mark 2 MOD 0 on board. The Office of Naval Research selected Portland to host the laser weapon technology in 2018. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Patrick Katz)
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Future USS Richard M. McCool Jr. (LPD 29) at Ingalls during sunset, 2021
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RN:
Battleship HMS Nelson passes through the Gaillard Cut, Panama Canal, 23rd February 1931
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Postcard of D class destroyer HMS Decoy, 1930's
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RN:
Battleship HMS Howe seen arriving at Cape Town, South Africa. Table Mountain is seen in the background. 14 September 1945
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HMS Implacable entering Vancouver Harbour on 11 Oct 1945, repatriating a compliment of Canadian POWs
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USS Connecticut with it's bow removed.

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Italy:
Curtatone class destroyer Curtatone, 1923-41. Sunk by mine 20 May 1941. Only 34 crew members of the Curtatone were saved: the other 94 (5 officers, 16 non-commissioned officers and 73 sub-chiefs and sailors), including Commander Tassara, had sunk with the ship. Two others would later die from their injuries.
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USN:
Brooklyn class light cruisers USS St. Louis (CL-49), USS Honolulu (CL-48), and USS Helena (CL-50) off Espirtu Santo, June 1943
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USS Muir (DE-770) on her commissioning day at Tampa, FL, Aug 30, 1944
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ABSD-1 with USS Antelope (IX-109) and USS LST-120 in the dock at Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides Islands, 8 January 1945. US National Archives photo # 80-G-314233
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USS Artisan (ABSD-1), later redesignated as (AFDB-1), was a ten-section, non-self-propelled, large auxiliary floating drydock, capable of docking Iowa class battleships

The partially completed battleship USS Kentucky (BB 66), never completed and subsequently scrapped. The barbettes for the turrets are prominent. February 4, 1946.
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RN:
Aircraft carriers HMS Victorious, HMS Ark Royal and HMS Hermes sail together in 1960
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Italy:
Durand de la Penne class destroyer Francesco Mimbelli (D 561), 2018
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