Photos Navies Of All Nations

USN:
Ohio-class ballistic missile submarine USS Maine (SSBN 741) transits the Hood Canal in preparation to moor at Naval Base Kitsap – Bangor, Washington, Feb. 3, 2023.
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Italy:
Sauro-class submarine Da Vinci (S-520) after colliding with destroyer Ardito in 1991 during an ASW exercise.
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Russia:
Yesen M-class submarine Kazan (K-561) in Sevmash shipyard with few more images of the area. Kirov-class battlecruiser Admiral Nakhimov can be seen in background on second image
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Italy:
A midget submarine moored at Sevastopol, Ukraine, 1942. Original colour photo taken by Horst Grund.
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Germany:
U-99 seen under construction at Friedrich Krupp Germaniawerft, Kiel, Germany, circa 1940
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Russia:
Project 941 Akula (NATO Typhoon) class SSBN Arkhangelsk (TK-17) moored with Project R-5757 (NATO Nikolay Chiker) class seagoing rescue tug Nikolay Chiker at the Nerpichya Naval Base, July 2009
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Project 627 Kit (NATO November) class nuclear submarine "Leninsky Komsomol" (K-3) being converted into a museum submarine in Kronstadt.
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USN:
Thresher/Permit-class submarine USS Haddock (SSN-621) passes under the Golden Gate after completing an overhaul at Mare Island Naval Shipyard in February 1987.
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Netherlands:
Maritime Special Operations Forces training with Walrus-class submarine.
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USSR:
Project 705(K) Lira (NATO Alfa) class fast SSN during a naval exercise in the North Atlantic, April 1986.
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Norway:
U-class submarine HNoMS Ula preparing and casting off on a wartime patrol, February 1944. The Norwegian boats were assigned to the Royal Navy's 9th Submarine Flotilla, along with British, Dutch, Free French and Polish submarines.
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Norway:
Kobben class (Type 207)-class submarine KNM Uthaug (S-304). Transferred to Denmark in 1990
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Spain:
S-80 Plus class Isaac Peral (S-81) in Navantia shipyard in Cartagena Spain. May 2021
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RN:
HMS Hood berthing at Melboune's Princess Pier, 1924. Hood, along with Repulse and several Danae-class cruisers, circumnavigated the world in a cruise that lasted from Nov 1923 to Sept 1924
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County-class heavy cruiser HMS Cornwall, probably at Honolulu, Hawaii during the 1930's
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16-inch guns of HMS Rodney firing a salvo, 1936
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USN:
The future USS Marinette (LCS 25) during sea trials. 2022
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Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Shiloh (CG 67) fires a Standard missile during a live-fire exercise in the Philippine Sea, Jan. 23 2023
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Ticonderoga class cruiser USS Antietam (CG-54) entering Otaru Port, Japan. Feb 2023
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USS Oscar Austin (DDG 79) and USS Philippine Sea (CG 58) assisting the recovery of debris from a high-altitude surveillance balloon. Feb 2023
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USN:
Battleship USS South Dakota (BB-57) underway with Task Force 17 in 1942.
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USS Iowa (BB-61) raising her anchor as she prepares to move from Bayonne, NJ to Gravesend Bay, 29 March, 1943
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Fletcher-class destroyer USS Kidd (DD-661) en route to the Saipan Invasion, 12 June 1944. Anchored in the left background is the battleship USS Tennessee (BB-43), with a destroyer alongside and an escort carrier beyond. The photo was taken from USS New Mexico (BB-40).
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Aircraft carrier USS Intrepid (CV-11) operating in the Philippine Sea in November 1944. Note the Grumman F6F Hellcat fighter parked on an outrigger forward of her island
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Germany/USN:
Ex-German Helgoland class battleship SMS Ostfriesland while operating as a U.S. Navy vessel, April to September 1920. The ship was obtained by the U.S. as a war reparations transfer and she was sunk during air power trials off the Virginia Capes in July 1921.
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