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 HMS Norfolk (D21)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The fifth HMS Norfolk (D21) was laid down on 15th March 1966 by Swan Hunter and launched by Duchess of Norfolk in November 1967.
She had a of 5450 tons and was quite a ship considering she was classified as a She undertook numerous deployments to the Indian Ocean Mediterranean Sea and South Pacific Ocean.
Norfolk was sold to Chile on 6 April 1982 and renamed Prat.
www.freeglossary.com /HMS_Norfolk_(D21)   (439 words)

 NE Diary 1939-45; Incidents 3rd September 1939 to 10th December 1939
The tugs 'Hendon' and 'George V', escorted by the sloop 'HMS Stork' set off in mid afternoon of the 6th, and having to steam around minefields, eventually spotted the 'Eskdene' at 07.00 on the 7th.
The damaged vessel was a sorry sight, her stern was under water, she had a list to starboard, it appeared that it was only her deck cargo that was keeping her afloat and she had been abandoned.
The voyage to the Tyne was hazardous to say the least, they survived rain, fog, a gale that made the tow roll so badly that the speed had to be reduced to 1½ knots, their escort leaving them through the bad weather that nearly drove the vessels ashore and finally an explosion aboard the 'Eskdene'.
www.bpears.org.uk /NE-Diary/Inc/ISeq_01.html   (3095 words)

 :::► Dictionary of Meaning www.mauspfeil.net ◄:::
} The fifth '''HMS ''Norfolk'' (D21)''' was laid down on 15 March 1966 by Swan Hunter and launched by Lavinia Fitzalan-Howard, Duchess of Norfolk Lavinia, Duchess of Norfolk in November 1967.
Like her predecessor she was a County class destroyer County-class warship, though this time she was a destroyer, rather than a cruiser, and her most potent armament was not her guns, but her missiles.
In September 1980, ''Norfolk'' took over the United Kingdom UK's commitment to Standing Naval Force Atlantic, but decommissioned in 1981 to become the Dartmouth, England Dartmouth Training Ship.
www.mauspfeil.net /HMS_Norfolk_(D21).html   (504 words)

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HMS Fife was shipshape and Bristol fashion that day and I thoroughly enjoyed the tour, especially as I'm ex-US Navy and a destroyerman for life.
Served on HMS Fife (D20) March 1982-85, I remember being crash drafted to the Fife (Banana Boat) from a cushy job at PCG in HMS Vernon at the start of the Falklands only to find she was still in refit.
There was a good documentry series here on HMS Brilliant and a run she made through the Med probably back in the late 80's early 90's It is sad to realise the old ships are either scrap or sold to third world navies especially the leanders and the County Class.
www.angelfire.com /nb/hmsfife/comments.htm   (21018 words)

 HMS Norfolk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The second Norfolk was a slightly larger 74-gun third-rate, displacing 1,556 tons.
The fourth Norfolk (78) was a County-class heavy cruiser.
The fifth Norfolk (D21) was commissioned in March 1970.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/HMS_Norfolk   (354 words)

 Paxman History Pages - Paxman and the Royal Navy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
HMS Prince of Wales lost in action in December 1941.
The only one of her type built, HMS Bristol was commissioned in 1973 and withdrawn from service in 1991.
HMS Invincible was 'mothballed' in 2005, pending the construction of two new carriers for the Navy.
www.nelmes.fsnet.co.uk /paxman/paxmanRN.htm   (2609 words)

 HMS Norfolk (D21) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1996 was fitted with tme SAM "Barak", removing the Seacat launchers.
February 2006 Capitan Prat was laid up and she decommissioned on 11.
HMS Norfolk for other ships of this name
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/HMS_Norfolk_(D21)   (387 words)

 Historic Vessels Reserve List
After being decommissioned in 1959 she was beached in 1961 at Queberque, near Cherbourg in France for use as a fire training ship.
Currently serving in the Chilean Navy as CNS Ministro Zenteno and is to be decommissioned in September 2006 when it is replaced by the former HMS Norfolk recently acquired by the Chilean Navy.
She replaces the retired HMS Fearless built in 1963.
www.transportbritain.co.uk /reservelist.html   (1635 words)

 County Class Guided Missile Destroyers
Photos and history of the County Class guided missile destroyers, including HMS Devonshire, HMS Hampshire, HMS London, HMS Kent, HMS Fife, HMS Glamorgan, HMS Antrim and HMS Norfolk.
HMS Norfolk became the first operational Royal Navy warship to fire a surface to surface missile in 1974, during trials of a conversion of B turret to fire Exocet missiles.
Subsequently, HMS Antrim, HMS Fife and HMS Glamorgan also underwent the conversion.
www.battleships-cruisers.co.uk /county_class1.htm   (1125 words)

 eBay.co.uk - hms, h.m.s, h.m.s., Postcards items at low prices   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
HMS VICTORY - Lord Nelson - Gale and Polden P/c - c1910
HMS ROYALIST - Gun Firing Practice - cWW1 era Naval P/c
HMS EXCELLENT Billiard Room - Gale and Polden pc - c1905
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 Postal History Auction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Norfolk: 1816-21 internal ELs(3) with Thetford/81, Attleboro or Wymondham mileages.
1937(Oct) underpaid cvr Nigeria-London, tax marks and scarce 2d P.Due (D21 cat £11).
MEXICO: 1841 outer Vera Cruz-London per HMS Alert rated 4/6d.
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HMS Grey Goose - Large BandW Photo - Royal Navy (J122)
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 eBay.co.uk - Destroyer, DVDs, Model Kits, Construction Toys Kits items at low prices   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
1:1250 Ship Model Navis RN HM G Class Destroyer 1909
Multi signed ROYAL NAVY 2003 HMS HOOD FDC
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