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  F class destroyer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Two classes of destroyer of the Royal Navy are known as the F class
The Tribal class of 1907–1909 is also known as the F class.
Nine ships of the E and F class of 1934 are known as the F class.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/F_class_destroyer   (115 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: German battleship Bismarck
The construction of the second French Dunkerque class battleship made redesign necessary, and Bismarck's displacement increased to 42,600 tons, although officially her tonnage was still only 35,000 tons in accordance with the Washington Naval Treaty, becoming the prototype of the proposed battleships envisaged in Plan Z.
HMS Sikh was a Tribal class destroyer of the Fourth destroyer flotilla of the British Navy.
HMS Achates was an A-class destroyer of the Royal Navy launched on 4 October 1929 and commissioned on 27 March 1930.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/German-battleship-Bismarck   (5321 words)

  
 Tribal class destroyer (1936) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Afridi-class destroyers were a series of large destroyers that saw action in the Second World War.
In 1936, the Royal Navy ordered sixteen destroyers to compete with the similarly sized vessels being built for Japan, Germany, and Italy.
They are named after ethnic groups and many share names with an earlier Tribal class of destroyers that served in World War I, and a class of frigates that served post-war.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tribal_class_destroyer_%281936%29   (559 words)

  
 Tribal class destroyer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tribal class destroyer (1936) actually the Afridi-class but always known as Tribals
The Canadian Navy developed a class of destroyers in the 1970s which was to be called the Tribal class but under the current lead-ship designation convention is known as the Iroquois class.
A later series of Royal Navy ships were Tribal class frigates
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tribal_class_destroyer   (137 words)

  
 Tribal class destroyer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Royal Navy developed two Tribal class destroyers - the 1905 class and the 1936 class.
The Tribals were named after native tribes in different areas of the British Empire.
HMCS Haida, the only surviving Tribal, is being restored and preserved as a museum in the harbour of Hamilton, Ontario Canada.
www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/tribal_class_destroyer   (316 words)

  
 From the Canadian Forces Philatelic Society Bulletin Vol. 22 No. 1
According to researchers it had been the intention to use a Canadian Tribal Class destroyer in the new 1942 stamp series which reflected Canada's share in the war, with special emphasis on our armed forces, munitions, war supplies, ship-building and agriculture.
However, a photograph of the Royal Navy destroyer HMS Cossack was chosen by the stamp artist.
The River Class destroyer HMCS Saguenay, commissioned in 1931 as one of the first ships built for the RCN, was assigned to the America and West Indies Station at the beginning of WW II.
www.sfu.ca /~dgronbec/22-1b.htm   (674 words)

  
 A class destroyer -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The A class was a ((biology) a taxonomic group containing one or more orders) class of eleven (A person who destroys or ruins or lays waste to) destroyers of the (Click link for more info and facts about Royal Navy) Royal Navy, which included the flotilla-leader Codrington.
The class introduced limited changes in weaponry and protection, introducing quad torpedo mounts, having eight of them, though it was reduced to four in most of the class.
The reduction of their four x single 4.7 in (119 mm) guns to two to three, and the replacement of the 0.5 in (12.7 mm) machine gun with the far more capable (Click link for more info and facts about Oerlikon 20 mm guns) Oerlikon 20 mm guns, of which six were added.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/A/A/A_class_destroyer.htm   (577 words)

  
 Tribal class destroyer (1905) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Between 1905 and 1908, the Royal Navy built 12 Tribal-class destroyers.
HMS 'Nubians bow was blown off in October 1916 when she tried to ram a German destroyer.
HMS Zulu had her stern blown off by a mine near Dunkirk in November 1916 The two were combined at Chatham as HMS Zubian in 1917.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tribal_class_destroyer_%281905%29   (112 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Tribal class destroyer (1936)
In 1936, the Royal Navy ordered sixteen large Tribal class destroyers to compete with the similarly sized vessels being built for Japan, Germany and Italy.
They are named after ethnic groups and many share names with an earlier Tribal class of destroyers that served in World War I.
Haida, the only surviving Tribal, is being restored and preserved as a museum in the harbour of Hamilton, Ontario Canada.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Tribal-class-destroyer-(1936)   (291 words)

  
 Juno Beach Centre "Destroyers"
In 1939, destroyers are viewed by Allied navies as the essential weapon for anti-submarine warfare.
Finally, the four Tribal class destroyers were built in Great Britain during the war and added to the RCN fleet in 1942 and 1943.
Construction on four Tribal class destroyers started at the Halifax Shipyards Ltd. in 1942 and 1943, but the first of that series, HMCS Micmac was not combat-ready before September 1945, after the end of the war.
www.junobeach.org /e/4/can-tac-des-ep.htm   (431 words)

  
 Naval Actions and losses 1940
A class destroyers Ardent, and Acasta and the carrier Glorius sunk by German naval gunfire in action with the Scharnhorst and Gneisenau.
Destroyer HMS Javelin of the 5th destroyer flotilla torpedoed by German destroyers Richard Beitzen, Lody and Galster in the Channel.
Destroyer HMS Hyperion struck a mine and was torpedoed by the destroyer HMS Janus.
www.wolftree.freeserve.co.uk /Naval/Naval_Actions_WW240.html   (1763 words)

  
 uboat.net - Allied Warships - Tribal class Destroyers
The Tribal class destroyers trace their roots to 1934 when the British Admiralty evaluated the threat posed by much larger destroyers being built in Japan, Italy and even Germany than the Royal Navy had.
The first 7 Tribals were ordered on 10 March, 1936 with the latter group of 9 Tribals being ordered on 9 June.
The original Tribals were a batch of twelve ships built for the Royal Navy in 1905 - 1908 and were the forerunners of the Modern Class of Royal Navy destroyers.
uboat.net /allies/warships/class.html?ID=1   (544 words)

  
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The post war A through I class destroyers were basically derivatives of the WWI VandW class.
The Tribals were at the forefront in the Atlantic and Mediterranean naval conflicts.
From study of photos of the ships of the class, it appears that Tribals had two portholes on the port side of the bridge but only one on the starboard face.
www.steelnavy.com /Two%20Tribals.htm   (1508 words)

  
 Canadian Navy Tribal Class Destroyer Association - The Ships
In the case of the newer 'Tribals', the second Iroquois was the first of four commissioned and are now designated as Iroquois Class destroyers type DDH (Designated Destroyer Helicopter).
The Tribal Class Update and Modernization Project (TRUMP) was a conversion programme that converted the four Iroquois class ships to the primary role of area air defence.
Earlier in 1974, one of the windows was presented in commeration and appreciation of all who served in the previous generation of Tribal class destroyers.
www.jproc.ca /cta/theships.html   (839 words)

  
 WEM 1/700 Tribal Class Destroyer
As Royal Navy cruisers and destroyers are my main naval interest, I immediately ordered one for myself.
On my Tribal I gave repeated thin washes of the rust (bottle No.1) to the entire hull, with heavier applications for the streaks.
The kit box was painted using various Ceramcoat blues and white, with the sides being done in brown.
www.internetmodeler.com /2000/november/ships/tribal.htm   (779 words)

  
 Tribal Class Destroyers
After being virtually destroyed on convoy duty, she was then even more severely damaged in Valletta harbour in an air-raid whilst being repaired and was subsequently "written off".
the destroyer HMS Ashanti is shown in the foregound with the carrier HMS Indomitable 9with her Hurricanes circling the convoy) and the3 cargo Ship "Port Chalmers" to the right of the picture.
HMS Cossack, one of the fast Tribal class destroyers will always be remembered for the daring rescue of 300 prisoners of war from the German Altmark in Norwegian waters.
www.battleships-cruisers.co.uk /tribal_class.htm   (2260 words)

  
 Tribal Class General Purpose Frigates (Type 81)
The Tribal class had a standard displacement of 2,300 tons and measured 360ft in length, 45.2ft in beam and 17.5ft in draught.
The Tribal Class were designed with self contained service in the Far East, West Indies and Persian Gulf in mind and accordingly were fitted with air conditioned accommodation, cafeteria messing and all bunk sleeping.
Of the four other Tribal Class frigates, three were sunk as missile or torpedo targets and one was sold for scrap.
www.btinternet.com /~warship/Postwar/Frigates/tribal.htm   (1597 words)

  
 Deans Marine H.M.S Javelin. 'J'Class Destroyer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The J class destroyers were ordered in March 1937 under the 1936 Defence Estimates and were intended as a follow on from the Tribal class of ships.
The first of the J class was laid down in 1937, to be followed by the K class in 1937-38 and N class in 1939-40.
Like the Tribal class, the J’s were sent to theatres of the fiercest fighting and subsequently suffered heavy losses.
www.model-dockyard.com /deans/javelin.htm   (282 words)

  
 Iroquois Class Destroyer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The follow-on class to the St. Laurent class DD, the 60's built Annapolis class was built to incorporate the hanger fit, along with a Variable Depth Sonar (VDS).
Once tensions began to mount, the class was retrofitted (Tribal Update and Modernization Project or TRUMP) with a single stack, removal of the aft mortar, reduction of main gun to the 76mm autocannon, and the VLS missiles placed just aft of the breakwater.
Average for a Destroyer, the 280's are taller, though share the same length and displacement as the Halifax CPF.
www.twilightarmouries.ca /Ships/Destroyers/TRUMP.htm   (466 words)

  
 World War 1 Naval Combat - Major Warships Sunk in World War 1 1917
Slava was scuttled by a torpedo from the destroyer Turkmenets Stavropolski after having been damaged by the German battleship König.
Whilst part of a six destroyer raid on the Dover Straights they were intercepted by the British destroyer leaders Swift and Broke.
The destroyer is abandoned and the Germans then attempt to tow the Russian ship but the attempt fails.
www.worldwar1.co.uk /sunk17.htm   (911 words)

  
 Native and Tribal in TutorGig Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Tribal, as a noun, refers to a type of design or image that has been influenced by tribes of indigenous peoples.
Tribal class is either Tribal class destroyer 1905 Tribal class destroyer 1936 Tribal class frigate disambig..
A tribal name is a name of an ethnic tribe &mdash usually of ancient origin, which represented its self identity.
www.tutorgig.com /es/Native+and+Tribal   (1033 words)

  
 Political Philosophy [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
In turn, a broad range of alternatives are put forward in reason’s stead: emotions; cultural, religious, or class expectations; atavistic symbols; or mystical forms of intuition or knowledge.
That is, tribal logic is predicated on the separateness or distinctiveness of particular groups’ logic or methods of discourse and thinking.
In its stronger form, however, environmentalism condemns the very existence of humanity as a blot on the landscape — as the perennial destroyer of all that is good, for all that is good cannot, according to this position, be a product of human beings; people are the source of unending evils committed against the world.
www.iep.utm.edu /p/polphil.htm   (6111 words)

  
 ModelWarships reveiw
The HMS Nubian was a Tribal class destroyer.
A new class of big destroyer designed to counter the large destroyers then being produced by the Japanese and Germans.
The Tribal class were large, fast and heavliy armed and more than a match for any contemporary destroyers opponents of it's day.
modelwarships.com /reviews/ships/hms/nubian/700-sam/nubian-samec.html   (408 words)

  
 Gallery Destroyers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Akatsuki, Japanese Destroyer, Tamiya 1:700 Scale - One of the older Tamiya kits in the classic 1:700 scale waterline series of the warships of the Imperial Japanese Navy is the destroyer
HMS Manchester D95, Type 42 Batch 3 Royal Navy Destroyer, Dragon 1:700 Scale - The Type 42 is the mainstay of the modern Royal Navy destroyer force.
USS Goldsborough, C.F. Adams Class Destroyer - This is the model of the
www.steelnavy.com /gallery_destroyers.htm   (3805 words)

  
 Forrest Sherman class destroyer -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In addition the fixed (Armament consisting of a long cylindrical self-propelled underwater projectile that detonates on contact with a target) torpedo tubes were replaced by six 12.75 inch (324 mm) Mark 32 torpedo tube mounts.
Eight of the class were modernised to improve their (Click link for more info and facts about ASW) ASW capabilities.
Another four of the ships (John Paul Jones DD-932, Parsons DD-949, Decatur DD-936 and Somers DD-947) were converted to (A small fast lightly armored but heavily armed warship) guided missile destroyers.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/F/Fo/Forrest_Sherman_class_destroyer.htm   (251 words)

  
 Ships in Bottles, Destroyer, HMCS Iroquois
As a result, a trade-off with the British was agreed upon: 10 Royal Navy corvettes would be built in Canadian yards for every 2 Canadian destroyers built in British yards.
Later, as wartime construction increased, and the resulting shipbuilding skills improved, four more tribal class ships were laid down in Canadian yards.
In 1972 a second Iroquois, DDH 280, one of the RCN's new Tribal Class helicopter destroyers, was launched, carrying on the Iroquois tradition: "Relentless in Chase".
seafarer.netfirms.com /2/iroquois.htm   (501 words)

  
 uboat.net - Allied Warships - Destroyer HMS Somali of the Tribal class
She was also one of the ships that investigated Norwegian fiords as suitable landing spots for an Allied Expeditionary Force and later participated in many of the assaults on German held positions.
The destroyer escorts included Somali but the weather was so bad, the escorts were ordered home at 25 degrees west longitude.
The Tribal was now 20 miles astern of the convoy so she steamed at full speed in order to rejoin the other ships and in doing so, ran low on fuel oil.
uboat.net /allies/warships/ship/4435.html   (1256 words)

  
 HMAS Arunta 1 - Royal Australian Navy History
HMAS ARUNTA, the first of three Tribal Class destroyers built at Cockatoo Dockyard during World War II, was commissioned on 30 March 1942 under the command of Commander James C. Morrow DSO RAN.
The four destroyers, operating as a detached group, bombarded the Gasmata (New Britain) area on 30 November.
On the night of 7/8 June four Japanese destroyers were contacted and a high speed but unsuccessful chase developed (ARUNTA exceeded 30 knots) which was finally abandoned when the leading Allied destroyers were 30 miles south east of Mapia Island.
www.navy.gov.au /spc/history/ships/arunta1.htm   (2927 words)

  
 Royal Australian Navy Gun Plot Tribal Class Destroyers
The Tribals built in Australia were based on their British counterparts design, save that X Turret was a Twin 4 Inch in lieu of the 4.7 Inch Turret mounted in the Royal Navy Ships.
Original plans were for a total of 8 Tribal Class to be constructed at Australian Naval Dockyards.
During this period Arunta and Warramunga were converted to Anti-Submarine Destroyers (in a limited fashion) from 1950 until November 1952.
www.gunplot.net /shipgallery/tribals/tribalclass1.html   (352 words)

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