Photos Navies Of All Nations

?? TCG İzmir (ex. ?? USS Van Valkenburgh) Fletcher Class destroyer.
NNS ARADU , the oldest Meko 360
I don't know if she is still operational

April 2013. The Vasco de Gama class frigate NRP Álvares Cabral (F331) of the Marinha Portuguesa, sails alongside the Indian Ocean with the F70 type anti-submarine warfare frigate FS Georges Leygues (D640) and the amphibious helicopter carrier FS Tonnerre (L9014) of the French Navy.
NNS ARADU , the oldest Meko 360
I don't know if she is still operational

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She's been a wharf queen for years now and in a disgusting state. It seems she is now deemed to be a training ship when refitted until a new vessel is built to replace her. I doubt very much if that will occur.
Karel Doorman-class frigate Almirante Riveros (FF-18), (ex HNLMS Tjerk Hiddes)
C class destroyers of 6th Destroyer Squadron in 1957. HMS's Cavendish (D15), Comet (D26), Contest (D48), Carysfort (D25)
America-class amphibious assault ship USS America (LHA-6) Osaka, Japan Feb 20, 2023

USS Daniel Inouye (DDG 118) Arleigh Burke-class Flight IIA guided missile destroyer leaving Pearl Harbor, Hawaii - February 21, 2023

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Dreadnought battleship USS Wyoming (BB-32) building up steam to leave New York, 1915
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Frigate KD Lekir (FF 26) leads the Ticonderoga-class guided missile cruiser USS Bunker Hill (CG-52) during a passing exercise. Jan. 26, 2011
Battleship Littorio, at La Spezia. Spring of 1943.
St. Vincent-class dreadnought HMS Collingwood. Note the funnel band, which signified which division (later squadron) she belonged to. Prince Albert (later King George VI) was a gunnery officer and watched some of the Battle of Jutland from the top of a turret roof.
Coastal battleship (pansarskeppet) HSwMS Sverige underway at speed, 1944
Nevada-class battleship USS Oklahoma (BB-37), prewar
Abdiel class minelayer HMS Latona. She was commissioned on 4 May 1941 but never served in her intended primary role, instead being used in the Mediterranean to deliver stores and supplies to the allied armies and garrisons at Tobruk and Cyprus.

On being commissioned Latona sailed to Scapa Flow to embark stores and extra Oerlikon 20 mm cannons for defence against air attacks. Having completed loading, she sailed for the Mediterranean on 16 May, travelling via the Cape of Good Hope and the Red Sea. She arrived at Alexandria on 21 June, joining her sister Abdiel. The following day they sailed to support military operations in the eastern Mediterranean. Latona’s first assignment was to carry RAF personnel to Cyprus to reinforce the garrison there. After successfully carrying this out, she returned to Alexandria on 25 July.

She sailed again in August in company with Abdiel, the Australian cruiser Hobart, and Australian destroyers Napier and Nizam to support the garrison at Tobruk. They eventually carried some 6,300 troops to Tobruk and evacuated another 6,100. On 25 October the ships supporting Tobruk came under air attack north of Bardia. Latona, carrying 1,000 Polish troops, was hit in the engine room by a bomb from a Junkers Ju 87 of I./StG1. This started a fire which soon raged out of control. The destroyers Hero and Encounter came alongside to assist and evacuated most of the troops and crew. Latona remained afloat for a further two hours, before the after magazine exploded, sinking the ship. Four officers, 16 crew members and 7 soldiers were killed.
Battleship HMS Dreadnought cleared for action. Note the QF 12lb guns on the turret roofs. 1909-1914
USS Carpenter (DDE-825) refueling from the aircraft carrier USS Hornet (CVS-12), in 1962. Hornet, with assigned Carrier Anti-Submarine Air Group 57 (CVSG-57), was deployed to the Western Pacific from 6 June to 21 December 1962. Note the large amount of fuel oil spilled on Carpenter´s decks. Carpenter carries the seldom used 3"/70 (76 mm) Mark 37 gun forward.
Gearing-class destroyer USS Carpenter (DDE-825), towed 6 November 1947 for completion as a Carpenter-subclass hunter-killer antisubmarine destroyer (DDK).
RN S-class destroyer HNoMS Stord at Rosyth, Scotland, 4 Jan 1944 after the Battle of the North Cape. She played an important role in the Battle of the North Cape sinking of battleship Scharnhorst. Stord went in as close as 400 yards (360 m) to Scharnhorst before firing torpedoes. After the battle, Admiral Fraser sent the following message to the Admiralty: "... Please convey to the C-in-C Norwegian Navy. Stord played a very daring role in the fight and I am very proud of her...". In an interview in The Evening News on 5 January 1944, the commanding officer of HMS Duke of York said: "... the Norwegian destroyer Stord carried out the most daring attack of the whole action..."
Casablanca-class escort carrier USS Bismarck Sea (CVE-95) underway on June 24, 1944

USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) anchored in New York Harbor, with supply barges alongside, 9 January 1945

Flight deck of the Casablanca-class escort carrier USS Hoggatt Bay (CVE-75) photographed during heavy seas on 5 December 1945. Onboard are a large amount of passengers, being ferried back to the West Coast as a part of the post-war Operation "Magic Carpet".