Photos Navies Of All Nations

Built in West Germany, the Bayern was completed as the third of the four Hamburg class destroyerl
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RN:
QE class aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales (R09) against the backdrop of Norwegian fjords during Exercise Steadfast Defender. 2024
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Germany:
West German Charles F Adams class destroyer
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Canada:
Sailors in Armed Yacht HMCS ELK, in 1942
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Bangor-class minesweeper HMCS Vegreville, commissioned in 1941. On 23 April 1945, while operating off the French coast, she sustained severe damage to her port engine. Dockyard survey at Devonport, Great Britain indicated that she was not worth repairing at this stage of the war, and she was laid up at Falmouth in June. HMCS Vegreville was paid off on 6 June 1945 and was broken up at Hayle, Great Britain in 1947.
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RN:
Photograph taken from the after end of Illustrious-class aircraft carrier HMS Victorious' flight deck showing her sister ship HMS Indomitable and HMS Eagle at the rear. A Hawker Sea Hurricane and a Fairey Albacore are ranged on Victorious' flight deck. Operation Pedestal, 1 Aug 1942. Eagle was torpedoed and lost during the operation
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USN:
The gun captain of this ice-covered mount inspects the job that is before him as he starts to get his gun 'de-iced' aboard Essex-class aircraft carrier USS Oriskany (CVA-34) in Korean waters, 23 January 1953.
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USN:
Flight 1 Oliver Hazard Perry class frigate
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USS Oliver Hazard Perry (FFG 7) unddergoing shock test off Key West, Fla. 1980
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USN:
A final farewell to Petty Officer Second Class, Loyce Edward Deen in his TBM Avenger. The only time in US history that an aircraft crew member was buried at sea in his aircraft. USS Essex (CV-9) in 1944
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From left to right: Pilot Robert Cosgrove, Radioman Digby Denzek, and rear turret gunner Loyce Edward Deen
 
Germany:
The bow of Admiral Hipper-class heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen after she collided with lead ship of the class light cruiser Leipzig in 1944.
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USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) approaches the USS Arizona (BB-39) Memorial and the battleship USS Missouri (BB-63) as she enters Pearl Harbor. U.S. Navy Photo by Photographer"s Mate 2nd Class Carol Warden.
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PLAN
Type 054 FFG 526 Wenzhou on display for Navy Day, allowing a closer look at some of the equipment fitted after her comprehensive modernisation.

Images via @大包CG/Wb
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Singapore & Indonesia:
Independence-class littoral mission vessel RSS Indomitable (19) and KRI Sigurot (864) in the Singapore Strait. Mar 2022. KRI Sigurot (864) in the background. Ex Attack class patrol boat from Australia (HMAS Assail), transferred to Indonesia in 1985 and still going it seems after 55 years, at least in Mar 2022 when this image was taken
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TKMS in Kiel launched the 4th and final Type 218SG Invincible-class diesel-electric/AIP attack submarine RSS Inimitable, April 22, 2024.
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Somers-class destroyer USS Warrington (DD-383) underway in the Las Perlas Archipelago, Panama Canal Zone, 23 April 1943
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Two days out of Norfolk, along the Florida coast, Warrington & stores ship Hyades encountered heavy weather. In the afternoon, Warrington received word that she was steaming directly into a hurricane. Later that evening, the storm forced the destroyer to heave to while Hyades continued on her way alone. Keeping wind and sea on her port bow, Warrington rode relatively well through most of the night. Wind and seas, however, continued to build during the early morning hours of 13 September. Warrington began to lose headway and, as a result, started to ship water through the vents to her engineering spaces.

The water rushing into her vents caused a loss of electrical power which set off a chain reaction. Her main engines lost power, and her steering engine and mechanism went out. She wallowed there in the trough of the swells, continuing to ship water. She regained headway briefly and turned upwind, while her radiomen desperately, but fruitlessly, tried to raise Hyades. Finally, she resorted to a plain-language distress call to any ship or shore station. By noon on 13 September, it was apparent that Warrington's crewmen could not win the struggle to save their ship, and the order went out to prepare to abandon ship. By 12:50, her crew had left Warrington; and she went down almost immediately. A prolonged search by Hyades, Frost, Huse, Inch, Snowden, Swasey, Woodson, Johnnie Hutchins, ATR-9, and ATR-62 rescued only 5 officers and 68 men of the destroyer's 20 officers and 301 men. Warrington's name was struck from the Naval Vessel Register on 23 September 1944.

Lead battleship of her class USS New Mexico (BB-40) off the Puget Sound Navy Yard, 6 October 1943
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New Mexico-class battleships USS Idaho (BB-42), New Mexico (BB-40) and USS Mississippi (BB-41) at Pearl Harbor, December 1943.
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Edsall-class destroyer escort USS Swenning (DE-394) anchored off New York Naval Shipyard (USA) on 1 May 1944. She was completing a ten day yard availability for repairs, alterations, fuelling, reprovisioning and recreation and leave for the crew.
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USS New Mexico (BB-40) making her way through the Panama Canal a month after VJ-Day. She would be decommissioned the following summer and sold for scrap in early 1947.
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Lead battleship of her class, USS North Carolina (BB-55) pitching in heavy seas while screening Task Force 38.3 off the Philippines, December 1944
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USN:
Lead amphibious assault ship of her class, USS Wasp (LHD 1), with the embarked 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), is underway in the Atlantic Ocean during Composite Training Unit Exercise (COMPTUEX), April 21, 2024.
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Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71), right, conducts a fueling-at-sea with the Henry J. Kaiser-class fleet replenishment oiler USNS John Ericsson (T-AO 194), centre, and Flight I Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Russell (DDG 59), April 22, 2024. South China Sea
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USS Michael Monsoor (DDG 1001) Zumwalt-class guided missile destroyer coming into San Diego - April 22, 2024
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USS Kidd (DDG 100) Arleigh Burke-class Flight IIA guided missile destroyer coming into Pearl Harbor - April 22, 2024
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Sweden & RN:
Lead ship of her corvette class HSwMS Visby (K31) leads lead ship of her class HMS Queen Elizabeth (R08)
into Gothenburg 14 Oct 2023
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USN:
Colorado-class battleship USS Maryland (BB-46) in the early 1920's is leaving the New York Navy Yard. The Manhattan Bridge is in the background and her top masts have been lowered to allow passage under it. Unusual in this picture is the large armoured rangefinder atop #2 turret, most of these ships just mounting the range finder sat in the rear turret.
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USN:
A bow view of Iowa class battleship USS Wisconsin (BB 64) with its Mark 7 16-inch/50-caliber guns trained to port prior to a fire power demonstration in the Gulf of Mexico. 30 August 1988
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USN:
Tennessee-class battleship USS California (BB-44) passes beneath the Golden Gate Bridge as she enters San Francisco Bay, circa January–June 1937
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