HMS Carron was a C-class destroyer of the Royal Navy, ordered in February 1942

HMS Carron was a C-class destroyer of the Royal Navy, ordered in February 1942 from Scotts of Greenock HMS Carron was a C-class destroyer of the Royal Navy, ordered in February 1942 from Scotts of.

HMS Gurkha (G63) - L class destroyer  Ordered: 31 March 1938  Laid down: 18 October 1938  Launched: 8 July 1940  Commissioned: 18 February 1941  Fate: Sunk, 17 Jan 1942

HMS Gurkha - L class destroyer Ordered: 31 March 1938 Laid down: 18 October 1938 Launched: 8 July 1940 Commissioned: 18 February 1941 Fate: Sunk, 17 Jan 1942

HMS Onslow was an O-class destroyer flotilla leader of the British Royal Navy. She was ordered from John Brown & Company at Clydebank, Glasgow on September 3, 1939. The ship was laid down on July 1, 1940 and launched on March 31, 1941. She was completed on October 8, 1941 at a cost of £416,942.

HMS Onslow was an O-class destroyer flotilla leader of the British Royal Navy. She was ordered from John Brown & Company at Clydebank, Glasgow on September 3, 1939. The ship was laid down on July 1, 1940 and launched on March 31, 1941. She was completed on October 8, 1941 at a cost of £416,942.

HMS Brazen, B Class destroyer built by Palmers of Hebburn & completed 08/04/31. While escorting convoy CW7 she was attacked & sank by JU87 dive bombers about 5 miles off Folkestone 7/20/40!

HMS Brazen, B Class destroyer built by Palmers of Hebburn & completed While escorting convoy she was attacked & sank by dive bombers about 5 miles off Folkestone

HMS Achates was an A-class destroyer of the British Royal Navy launched on 4 October 1929 and commissioned on 27 March 1930. She was sunk on 31 December 1942 in the Battle of the Barents Sea!

HMS Achates was an A-class destroyer of the British Royal Navy launched on 4 October 1929 and commissioned on 27 March She was sunk on 31 December 1942 in the Battle of the Barents Sea!

HMS Mansfield (G-76) a Town-class destroyer, the destroyer had a truly international career, for between December 1940 and March 1942; she was on loan to the exiled Royal Norwegian Navy. During this time, she raided a fish oil factory in German hands at Øksfjord near Hammerfest, Norway. Her landing party destroyed the factory's essential machinery, and attempted to capture the local quisling leader, but he escaped.

Events of 12 April including the German occupation of Belgrade and Bardia.

HMS Cromwell, a C class Destroyer built by Scotts at Greenock, commissioned on 06/08/46 she was one of four C class destroyers to be sold to Norway in the same year. commissioned into the Royal Norweigan Navy as HNoMS Bergen, in which she served until scrapped in '67

HMS Cromwell, a C class Destroyer built by Scotts at Greenock, commissioned on she was one of four C class destroyers to be sold to Norway in the same year. commissioned into the Royal Norweigan Navy as HNoMS Bergen, in which she served until scrapped in

HMS Decoy(H75) a D class Destroyer laid down on 25/06/31 by Thorneycroft's of Southampton and commissioned on 04/04/33. Spent most of the pre war years on the China Station, transferring to the Mediterranean Fleet just before start of WW II. Participated in the Battles of Calabria and in the evacuation of Crete. Converted into an Escort Destroyer she was transferred to RCN and renamed HMCS Kootenay. Broken up in '46

HMS a D class Destroyer laid down on by Thorneycroft's of…

HMS Salisbury, a Town class Destroyer, built by Mare Island Naval Yard for USN as the Wickes class destroyer USS Claxton & commissioned in USN on 13/09/19. As part of the destroyers for bases exchange she was commissioned in RN  on 05/12/40. Most of her war was spent on convoy duty in the Atlantic but twice escorted USS Wasp when flying in planes to Malta. Recommissioned RCN in Sept..42, renamed HMCS Salisbury. In care and maintenance from Nov.43. Sold for scrap on 26/06/44

Events of 19 February including the beginning of The Three Nights Blitz against Swansea.

HMS Heliotrope (K 03) 1 Dec 1940 HMS Heliotrope (Lt.Cdr. J. Jackson, RNR) picks up 32 survivors from the British tanker Appalachee that was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-101 about 340 nautical miles west of Bloody Foreland in position 54°30'N, 20°00'W.

HMS Heliotrope (K 1 Dec 1940 HMS Heliotrope (Lt. Jackson, RNR) picks up 32 survivors from the British tanker Appalachee that was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat about 340 nautical miles west of Bloody Foreland in position

1:350 Trumpeter HMCS Huron Destroyer 1944 - TR05333

Royal Canadian Navy Tribal class destroyer laid down by Vickers-Armstrongs on Tyne on 15 July kit represents 1944 fit.

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