Photos Navies Of All Nations

Russia:
G-5 class torpedo boat, sunk during World War II, is raised from Karantynna Bay, Sevastopol, 6 March 2020. Unfortunately the boat was damaged during the salvage, the cables aft cutting into the hull and severing the stern.
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RN:
King George VI inspecting battleship HMS Howe, Scapa Flow
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Battleship HMS King George V , March 1941
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The First Lord of the Admiralty addresses the Ship's Company of the battleship HMS King George V, below the quadruple 14-inch guns of "Y" turret, at Scapa Flow on 15 January 1943
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ASW trawler HMS Coral being broken up in Dry Dock No 3 in Malta Dockyard. Date between 31 October 1941 and 1943
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She was sunk twice...4 May 1941 Coral was stationed at Malta with ASW duties and was sunk, along with HMS Fermoy, while inside #3 Dock in Valletta harbour, in the course of a heavy air attack the night of 4-5 May by the planes of X Fliegerkorps. The planes deployed that night were 16 Ju-87s of II/St.G.1, 15 He.111 of II/KG.26 and 11 He.111 of 2/KG.4 and 5/KG/4. due to the location, Coral was easily refloated and repairs carried out.
31 Oct 1941 During the night a raid against naval targets was made by Italian planes from Sicily. The attacking formation included 4 Ju-87 of the 101st Gruppo Bombardamento a Tuffo and 8 Br.20 of the 37th Stormo Bombardamento terrestre. Coral, then anchored in French Creek, sustained several hits and sank. She was again raised but found to be beyond repairs and eventually scrapped in Valletta during 1943
 
USN:
USS Lexington (CV-2) in the final stages of fitting out, at the Bethlehem Steel Company Shipyard, Quincy, Massachusetts, in November 1927
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Light cruiser USS Honolulu (CL-48) is commissioned in New York City, June 15, 1938. In the background is the Manhattan Bridge
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USN:
US Pacific Fleet, 1940, Lahaina, Maui. From left: USS Lexington (CV 2), California (BB 44), Nevada (BB 36) & Pennsylvania (BB 38). A couple fleet oilers in the background
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Heavy cruiser USS Salt Lake City (CA-25) off Mare Island, Feb 1941
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Coal burning training carrier USS Wolverine (IX-64) lying at anchor in Lake Michigan (USA) on 6 April 1943. A coaling ship appears to be alongside.
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Light cruiser USS Oakland (CL-95) In San Francisco Bay, California, 2 August 1943
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Battleship USS Missouri (BB-63) during her shakedown cruise in August, 1944
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Australia:
Heavy cruisers HMAS Canberra and HMAS Australia as seen from the deck of seaplane tender HMAS Albatross, prior to 1933.
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USN:
Ticonderoga class cruiser USS Bunker Hill (CG-52) test fires a RIM-66C SM-2 missile from its stern Mark 41 vertical launching system during sea trials, 1986
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Italy:
Salvage operations on Italian battleship Littorio, hit by 3 torpedoes in the Battle on Taranto, are underway. Two ballast tanks are installed on her stern to counterbalance the damaged and flooded bow. December 1940
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The fore turrets and the conning tower of a Duca degli Abruzzi-class light cruiser, 1940's
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The fore and aft 203 mm (8") turrets of the heavy cruiser Bolzano
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RN:
(Jun. 11, 2002) -- Type 23 frigate HMS Richmond (F-239) launches an AGM-84A “Harpoon” missile during a joint U.S. and British exercise in which the decommissioned ship USS Wainwright was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean.
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Italy:
Battleship Andrea Doria, sometimes in the late 1920s or early 1930s
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RN & USN:
River class OPV HMS Tamar (P223) visits Fleet Activities Yokosuka, Japan, 19 Feb 2022, sporting a camouflage paint scheme and red lion. USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76) undergoes a 4 month selected restricted availability in the background.
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Russia:
Admiral Kuznetsov launching a 3K95 "Kinzhal" (NATO SA-N-9 "Gauntlet") surface to air missile, pre 2018
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Northern Fleet guided missile cruiser Marshal Ustinov (055) and destroyer Severomorsk (619) are at Algiers, Algeria, having entered the Mediterranean Sea, Aug 2018
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USSR:
Project 1155 Fregat/Udaloy I class Vice-Admiral Kulakov 3rd Jan 1983
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USN:
Zumwalt-class destroyer USS Michael Monsoor (DDG 1001) arrives at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Feb. 17, 2022. Michael Monsoor is visiting Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam while operating in U.S. 3rd Fleet. (U.S. Navy photo by Jason Treffry)
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Australia:
HMAS Melbourne in San Francisco Bay, March 5, 1974, with a US work boat mocked up to be a "carrier"
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USN:
USS Hancock (CVA-19), Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31), Midway (CVA-41), and a Convair R3Y-2 Tradewind seaplane, at NAS Alameda, 10 January 1958
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USN & India:
Sailors aboard USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) greet the guided-missile destroyer INS Ranvijay (D55) during Ex Malabar 2012
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USN:
USS Hancock (CVA-19) alongside Pier J, NAS North Island, with USS Midway (CVA-41), USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63), and USS Ticonderoga (CVS-14) (L to R) tied up at the quay wall. 18 July 1970
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USS Brewton (FF-1086) and USS Bronstein (FF-1037) steam with USS Hancock (CV-19), which has the classic air wing of F-8s, A-4s, and E-1s of CVW-21 aboard. WesPac, 1975
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