Photos Navies Of All Nations

Colombia:
Type 209/1200 class diesel-electric attack submarine ARC Tayrona (SO-29) comes alongside in Mayport, Florida on June 10, 2024.
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Russia:
The future Northern Fleet's Project 885M Yasen M (NATO Severodvinsk) class SSGN Arkhangelsk (K-564) as she begins her sea trials in the White Sea, June 11, 2024
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Norway & Germany:
Type 210 Ula-class diesel-electric attack submarine KNM Utvær (S-303) visiting German Navy's 1st Submarine Squadron followed by the Type 212A-class Batch I diesel-electric/AIP attack submarine U-34 (S-184).June 2024
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USN:
Balao-class submarine USS Tang (SS-306). Off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii, 8 June 1964.
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USN:
Flight IIA Arleigh Burke class destroyer USS Pinckney (DDG 91) coming into San Diego. June 10, 2024
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Los Angeles-class Flight III 688i (Improved) nuclear-powered attack submarine USS Charlotte (SSN-766) off of Yokosuka, Japan, on June 11, 2024.
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Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Robert Smalls (CG 62) separates from Lewis and Clark-class dry cargo ship USNS Charles Drew (T-AKE-10) and Flight IIA Restart Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Rafael Peralta (DDG 115) following a replenishment-at-sea in the Philippine Sea during Valiant Shield 2024, June 12, 2024.
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Russia:
Project 06363 Varshavyanka (NATO Improved Kilo) class (left) & Project 677 Lada (NATO St. Petersburg) class diesel-electric attack submarines. Lada/St Petersburg-class being a single hull design whereas Kilo is a typical Soviet double hull-SSK.
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Project 677M Lada (NATO St. Petersburg) class diesel-electric attack submarine Velikiye Luki (B-587) with a Kilo-class SSK at the Admiralty Shipyards on June 9, 2024 after returning from the sonar calibration trials. The Kilo class may be the Algerian Navy's Project 636M (NATO Improved Kilo) class Akram Pacha (022)? She was on the exact spot in the late March/early April.
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Project 09852 (NATO Oscar II Mod) class special mission/auxiliary nuclear-powered submarine Belgorod (BS-329) retuning to Severodvinsk after sea trials on June 7, 2024
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Germany:
Type 212A-class Batch II diesel-electric/AIP attack submarine U-36 (S-186) passing Fehmarnbelt and heading east to participate in the BALTOPS 2024 exercise, June 8, 2024
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Russian:
Project 941UM Akula (NATO Typhoon) class SSBN Dmitri Donskoi (TK-208) alongside in Severodvinsk, 2009. Decommissioned in Feb 2023
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RN:
X-23 after completing Operation Gambit, D-Day 1944
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Gambit involved two X class submarines (British midget submarines) marking the ends of the Anglo-Canadian invasion beaches. Using navigation lights and flags, the submarines indicated the western and eastern limits of Sword and Juno Beaches. X20 and X23 arrived in position on 4 June and due to the delay caused by bad weather, remained in position until 4:30 a.m. on 6 June (D-Day) when they surfaced, erected the navigational aids, an 18 ft (5.5 m) telescopic mast with a light shining to seaward, a radio beacon and echo sounder, tapping out a message for the minelayers approaching Sword and Juno.
 
USN:
Seawolf-class lead boat USS Seawolf (SSN-21) off the coast of Tromsø, Norway for Personnel Transfer, June 5, 2015
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RN:
Vanguard-class nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine HMS Vengeance (S-31) at HMNB Clyde, September 29, 2017.
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USN:
The forward magazines of the Mahan class destroyer USS Shaw (DD-373) exploding after a Japanese bomb set the fore aflame as it sat in dock at Pearl Harbor. The midships and stern of the ship remained intact. USS Shaw was rebuilt to serve in the rest of the war.
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USS Shaw (DD-373) burning in floating drydock YFD-2 after she was set afire by Japanese dive bombing attacks, on 7 December 1941. USS Nevada (BB-36) is on the right, with her bow afire. Photographed from Ford Island, with dredge line just offshore
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USS Shaw (DD-373) on 9 December 1941, showing damage received in the Japanese attack two days before and with the drydock sunk under her. Despite the loss of her bow and serious fire damage, she is still afloat. A motor launch from USS Dobbin (AD-3) is alongside.
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USS Shaw (DD-373) wrecked in floating drydock YFD-2 on 7 December 1941, with fires nearly out, but with superstructure still smoking. Her bow had been blown off by the explosion of her forward magazines, after she was set afire by Japanese dive bombing attacks. In the right distance are the damaged and listing USS California (BB-44) and in mid-channel the dredge Turbine.
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USS Shaw (DD-373) photographed in floating drydock YFD-2 on 8 December 1941, the day after her forward magazines exploded during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Ford island is in the left distance, with seaplane tender Curtiss (AV-4) at the extreme left. "Battleship Row" is in the right center distance, with ships present including (from left to right): Maryland (BB-46), the capsized Oklahoma (BB-37); Tennessee (BB-43); the sunken West Virginia (BB-48); and the wrecked and sunken Arizona(BB-39).
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USS Shaw (DD 373) in floating dry dock showing the extent of damage of ship at Pearl Harbor on December 8, 1941.
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December 19 1941 damage photo from Pearl Harbor Navy Yard
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USS Shaw (DD-373) underway in Pearl Harbor, 8 February 1942, headed out to sea for a trial run after installation of a stub bow to temporarily replace that destroyed during the Japanese attack of 7 December 1941. The day after this photograph was taken, Shaw steamed to the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, for permanent repairs. Note Curtiss SOC "Seagull" floatplane taxiing in right centre
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USS Shaw DD 373 taken after her repairs of damage received at Pearl Harbor 7 December 1941. Her bow has been replaced and armament changes have been made. Photo dated 5 July 1942.
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USS Shaw off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 5 August 1945, after her final overhaul
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Japan:
Lead ship of her class of light cruiser Nagara at Shanghai, 1936
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Italy & RN:
Giuseppe Garibaldi (C551) and HMS Prince of Wales (R09) during Steadfast Defender 2024 (STDE24)
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Italy:
A modified version of the earlier Trento class, heavy cruiser Bolzano at anchor at La Spezia, May 1938
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View from the conning tower of the Condottieri-class light cruiser Muzio Attendolo, March 1939
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Russia:
Project 23550 Patrol Ship/Icebreaker Ivan Papanin (400) These vessels can function as patrol ships with icebreaker capabilities and are armed with a 76mm gun, four 12.7mm machine guns, two 30mm CIWS and eight Kalibr cruise missiles. The ship is scheduled to be commissioned later this year.
They can be armed with the containerized Kalibr missile system however, that pair of quad launching self sufficient containers are 12m long and effectively take up the majority of its multi-mission aft deck. The ships will likely not carry these weapons aboard unless required as they interfere with the cargo area below the flight deck alongside taking up considerable space aft used for other more common roles.
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France:
La Galissonnière class light cruiser Georges Leygues returning to Dakar after sinking a German blockade runner, May 1943
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RN:
S-class submarine HMS Shakespeare heading out on patrol from Algiers, April 1943
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India:
INS Vikrant (R11), (ex-HMS Hercules) and INS Mysore (C60), (ex-HMS Nigeria) seen during SEATO Exercise Jet64 from HMCS Fraser (DDH-233) in the Indian Ocean, March 1964
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USN:
Marines on leave going ashore from New Mexico class battleship USS Mississippi (BB-41), while the ship was participating in the victory fleet review, New York City, 22 December 1918.
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