Photos Navies Of All Nations

Brazil:
During the "Lobster War" with France in 1961. Top to bottom: Fletcher class destroyers Pernambuco (D30), destroyer Paraná (D29), Brooklyn-class light cruiser Tamandaré (C12), Fletcher class destroyers Pará (D27), destroyer Paraiba (D28)
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RN:
HMS Rorqual, the most successful minelaying submarine of World War II. Her mines sank 35,951 tons of shipping, including five torpedo boats/destroyers, one submarine chaser, two water tankers and six freighters. She also sank another 21,000 tons with gun and torpedoes.
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Russia:
Project 667BDRM Delfin-class (NATO Delta IV) nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine (SSBN) Tula (K-114)
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Project 20120 Sargan/Sarov-class diesel-electric/nuclear special purpose submarine Sarov (B-90). Sarov was involved in a testing of the Russia's nuclear-powered, nuclear-armed "Poseidon" unmanned underwater vehicle.
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USN:
Ohio-class nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine USS Rhode Island (SSBN-740) passing underneath the Pell Newport Bridge after departing Newport for builder's trails off the New England coast. A replica of John Paul Jones's Continental sloop of war Providence is at the rear. 8 June 1994
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USN & Japan:
Los Angeles Flight I-class USS Houston (SSN-713) leads a formation of ships from the USS George Washington (CVN-73) Carrier Strike Group & Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force (JMSDF) for a PHOTOEX during the final day of Exercise Keen Sword 2011.
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USN:
Gato class USS Tunny (APSS-282) in drydock at Pearl Harbor. May, 1963
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France:
La Fayette class frigate Aconit (F 713) undergoing an upgrade in Toulon. Feb 2023
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USN:
Flight I Arleigh Burke-class destroyer USS Mitscher (DDG 57) completes a dry dock evolution as the ship enters its maintenance period Feb 2023
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USN:
USS Chancellorsville (CG-62) departs Yokosuka, Japan 18 May 2021
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USN:
Wickes-class destroyer, USS Jacob Jones (DD-130) sometime during the 1930's
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USS Saratoga (CV-3) and Lexington (CV-2) anchored off Honolulu, February 2nd, 1933. Diamond Head can be seen in the background. Sara is easily identified at this time by her large funnel stripe.
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Germany:
Type 212A submarine U-32 (S 182) during a PASSEX in Eckernförde Bay. 21.02.2023
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USN:
Balao-class submarine USS Menhaden (SS-377) at the Naval Undersea Warfare Engineering Station, Keyport, Washington, circa 1976
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In 1976, ex-Menhaden was towed from California to Washington to begin a new career as the "Yellow Submarine." The boat, stripped of her engines and painted yellow, was operated by the Naval Undersea Warfare Engineering Station in Keyport, Washington. Affectionately referred to as "The Hulk", she served as a remotely controlled, unmanned acoustic test vehicle capable of submerging to moderate depths in support of undersea weapons testing, and as a target ship to train Trident missile submarine crews off the coast of Washington.
 
USN:
Wyoming class dreadnought battleship USS Wyoming stern view showing her characteristic four 12-inch/50-caliber (305 mm) twin turrets. Picture taken from the Brooklyn bridge, 1912
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Germany:Type 1924 Raubtier class Torpedo Boat Iltis getting some airtime
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USN:
Flight IIA Arleigh Burke-class destroyer USS Chung-Hoon (DDG-93) arrives in Japan. 27 Feb 2023
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Flight IIA Arleigh Burke-class destroyers USS Dewey (DDG 105) departing Yokosuka, Japan while USS Chung-Hoon (DDG 93) heads in. Feb 27, 2023
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