Photos Navies Of All Nations

PLAN:
Type 055 destroyer DDG-101 'Nanchang'
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Type 055 and Type 052DL destroyers.
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RN & RAN
HMS Ceylon escorts the Royal yacht SS Gothic along with HMAS Bataan (I91), HMAS Anzac (D59) and HMS Vengeance (R71), April 1954.
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USN:
USS PT-68
Grounded and destroyed after conducting a barge sinking run 1943, 1st October 1943. A 77' Elco completed in Bayonne on 1/13/42. She had been planned to transfer to the Brits, but this was changed after Pearl Harbor. Operating with PT 191 in the Huon Gulf, New Guinea, they sunk 2 barges before PT 68 grounded, and then came under fire from the shore. The crew was removed and then she was set ablaze. There is an MG on the bow among the crewman, a 21" torpedo tube, a pair of what are likely twin 50s under the canvas shrouds, depth charges, and finally smoke generators on the stern.
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Peru (Marina de Guerra del Perú)
Peruvian Navy destroyer BAP Almirante Guise (formerly Imperial Russian Avtroil, then Estonian Lennuk) in Colon harbour, 26 June 1934
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USN:
USS South Carolina (BB-26) on 5 March 1910, probably at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. She had been commissioned on 1 March.

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RN:
Landing Platform Dock HMS Albion (L14) alongside, Liverpool. Sept 2019
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Daring class (Type 45) guided missile destroyer HMS Defender (D36) in Valetta, Malta. Aug 23, 2019
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RN:
Tiger class all gun light cruiser HMS Lion
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HMS Dragon on Westlant 19
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HMS Northumberland, RFA Tideforce, an unnamed USN submarine and a Merlin helicopter, having conducted ASW exercises
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USN:
USS Wayne E. Meyer (DDG-108) celebrates the 10th anniversary of her commissioning. "FOA" stands for "Father Of Aegis."
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USS Antietam (CG-54) conducts a VBSS drill in the South China Sea 02OCT19
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IJN:
IJN "Sagami" (ex Russian "Peresviet") this is how it looked in Japanese service.
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Fubuki-class destroyer Shinonome of the Imperial Japanese Navy underway, ca. 1930
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Fubuki-class destroyer Miyuki of the Imperial Japanese Navy underway, 5 September 1931
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Fubuki-class destroyer Shirakumo of the Imperial Japanese Navy underway, 5 September 1931
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Kamikaze-class destroyer Ushio of the Imperial Japanese Navy at Vladivostok, Russia in 1920
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Australia (RAN):
County-class heavy cruiser HMAS Australia in Port Melbourne, 22nd October 1948
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USN:
USS Enterprise (CV-6) Feature with mix of Colour and B&W images in LIFE Magazine, March 1941.
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Russia:
Aftermath of Battle of the Korean Strait. Russian cruiser "Rossia". August 1904
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Italy (Marina Militare) :
Luigi Durand de la Penne (D 560) and Francesco Mimbelli (D 561) escorting the training ship Palinuro
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Philippines:
Motor torpedo boat of the Philippine Army Offshore Patrol on training maneuvers while American pilots in Navy fighter planes watch over them just prior to US involvement in WWII, Manila, Luzon, Philippines, November 1941
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Australia (RAN):
Tribal class destroyer HMAS Bataan (D191) was built at Cockatoo Island in Sydney, and commissioned from may 25th.1945 until oct.18th.1954. She earned battle honours in Korea. Her commission was shortened after 2 serious incidents, damaged in a cyclone in 1953 and a collision with HMAS Vengeance in may 1954.
Displacing 2,450 tons (FL) at a top speed of 36 knots, carrying a ships company of 250 men, armed with 3 twin 4.7 inch guns, 1 twin 4 inch gun, 6 single 40mm Bofors, 1 quad 2 pounder gun, 1 quad 21 inch torpedo tubes, 2 depth charge throwers and chutes. She was sold for scrap in may 1958.
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