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|Two of the Four members of the Cape I Class of Roll-on/Roll-off Cargo Ships, these vessels were originally built for the commercial trade, but were turned over to the Maritime Administration upon their completion named USNS Mercury & USNS Jupiter in 1977 for operation by the Military Sealift Command. Both ships served under these names from 1977 to 1993 and were activated during the First G...||08/08/2010||326|
|USNS Charlton is the fifth member of the Watson Class of Vehicle Cargo Ships presently in service with the US Military Sealift Command, laid down in January 1999 and activated for service in May 2000. |
Assigned to Military Sealift Command Afloat Prepositioning Ship Squadron Four, the Charlton rotates in and out of prepositioning at Diego Garcia Atoll in the Indian Ocean. While on...
|USS Wasp (LHD 1) is a U.S. Navy multipurpose amphibious assault ship, the tenth to bear the name, the flagship of the Second Fleet and the lead ship of her class. She was built by the Ingalls Shipbuilding division of Litton in Pascagoula, Mississippi. The Navy-Marine Corps team's newest amphibious warship has as its primary mission the support of a Marine Landing Force. USS Wasp and her sister ...||05/28/2010||365|
|The Project 1135 Burevestnik (Storm Petrel) class were a series of frigates built for the Soviet Navy. These ship are commonly known by their NATO reporting name of Krivak. |
These ships were designed as a successor to the Riga class. The design started in the late 1950s and matured as an anti-submarine ship in the 1960s. A total of 40 ships were built, 32 ships for the Soviet Nav...
|The Islamic Republic of Iran Navy operates six Wellington BH-7 hovercraft and eight Winchester SRN-6 hovercraft. |
Here are 4 Wellington (2x BH.7 Mk 4 and 2x BH.7 Mk 5A) and 2 Winchester on this naval base.
|BAP Almirante Grau (CLM-81) is a De Zeven Provinciën class cruiser in service with the Peruvian Navy. Completed for the Royal Netherlands Navy in 1953 as HNLMS De Ruyter, it was acquired by Peru in 1973. Since then, it has served as the fleet flagship of the Peruvian Navy. The Almirante Grau underwent a major modernization program between 1985 and 1988 during which it was fitted with new weapon...||12/20/2009||656|
|The F931 Louise-Marie is a Karel Doorman class frigate of the Naval Component of the Belgian Armed Forces to be commissioned in 2008. It is the second of the two frigates of this class that were purchased from the Royal Netherlands Navy on December 22, 2005.|
It served in the Netherlands Royal Navy as the HNLMS Willem van der Zaan (F829).
The HNLMS Willem van der Za...
|HMS Plymouth is a Rothesay class frigate, which served in the United Kingdom Royal Navy from 1959 to 1988. She was named after the English city of Plymouth. Since decommissioning as a warship, HMS Plymouth has been preserved, and opened to the public at various United Kingdom ports.||12/17/2009||460|
|HMS Dragon is the fourth ship of the Type 45 or 'D' Class of air defence destroyers that has been built for the Royal Navy.|
Dragon's construction began at the then BAE Systems Naval Ships (later BAE Systems Surface Fleet Solutions) yard at Scotstoun on the River Clyde in December 2005, and by December 2007 the bow section was in place on the Govan slipway for mating with the othe...
|The Invincible-class is a class of light aircraft carrier currently serving with the British Royal Navy. Of the three vessels of this class, HMS Illustrious and HMS Ark Royal are in operation, with HMS Invincible decommissioned from service and in reserve until 2010.|
|The Self Defense Test Ship (SDTS) is one of the assets of the US Navy. It is a refurbished ship, operated by remote control, which is designed to support self-defense engineering, testing, and evaluation. Being unmanned, it avoids the safety constraints and other problems associated with manned ships. During typical operations, launched threats attack the ship and the combat or weapon system be...||09/30/2009||409|
|Laid down 1984, launched 1990, work stopped. Unneeded by the Ukrainian Navy. Estimated 96% complete and requiring $30 million to complete in January 30, 2007.|
The design started in the late 1960s and was based around the P-500 Bazalt missile, as a less expensive, conventional alternative to the nuclear powered Kirov class battlecruiser. There was a long delay in the programme, wh...
|The Project 1239 Sivuch small missile air cushion ship is primary intended for coast defense operations. Two ships in service now. |
The new Russian missile carrying hovercraft is meant to carry out missile attacks on ships. It is the largest military hovercraft unmatched anywhere in the world. With the displacement of 1000 tons, the craft has a cruising speed of 100 kilometers an...
|The Pacific Fleet is part of the Russian Navy stationed in the Pacific Ocean, which formerly secured the Far Eastern borders of the Soviet Union. The fleet headquarters is located at Vladivostok and a number of fleet bases are located in the Vladivostok area. Another important fleet basing area is Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy in Avacha Bay on the Kamchatka Peninsula with a major submarine base at ...||09/10/2009||744|
|The second and third of the six Spanish-built Santa Maria-class frigates, based on the American Oliver Hazard Perry class design, of the Spanish Navy.||05/10/2009||1,533|
|The Príncipe de Asturias (R11) is an aircraft carrier, the flagship of the Spanish Navy and the second largest vessel in the fleet. She was built in Bazan's Shipyards and delivered to the Spanish Navy on 30 May 1988. |
|USS Edson (DD-946) was a Forrest Sherman-class destroyer of the United States Navy, named for Colonel Merritt “Red Mike” Edson USMC (1897–1955), who was awarded the Medal of Honor while serving as Commanding Officer of the First Marine Raider Battalion. |
Edson was launched 4 January 1958 by Bath Iron Works Corp., Bath, Maine; sponsored by Mrs. M. A. Edson; and commissioned 7 Nove...
|A135 RFA Argus is a training ship for aircraft carrier personnel shown here docked in Plymouth||01/18/2008||396|
|The Walrus class submarine is the only submarine class currently in operation in the Royal Netherlands Navy. They have been in use since 1990 and are all named after sea mammals. The Walrus class submarines are unusual in that instead of a cross-shaped assembly of stern diving planes and rudders, they mount four combined rudders and diving planes in an "X" configuration. This tail configuration...||10/24/2007||683|
|VT is building the bow sections, funnels and masts for all the six Type 45 destroyers so far ordered, working under sub contract to prime contractor BAE Systems. |
The 1000 tonnes steel bow structure was carefully lifted on transporters, moved out of the main assembly hall at VT Shipbuilding's Portsmouth Ship Factory and manoeuvred onto keel blocks positioned on a barge moored in ...
|Here is one I've not seen on any sights yet. |
19°19'16.00"S 149° 1'5.92"E
|Submarines stationed in Al Iskandariyah, Egypt.||09/13/2007||1,374|
|USNS Comfort (T-AH-20) is the third United States Navy ship to bear the name Comfort, and the second Mercy Class Hospital Ship to join the navy fleet. In accordance to the Geneva Conventions, USNS Comfort and her crew do not carry any ordnance and firing on the Comfort is considered a war crime. |
Like her sister ship USNS Mercy (T-AH-19), Comfort was built as an oil tanker in 197...
|The Sverdlov Class cruisers, Soviet designation Project 68B, were the last conventional cruisers built for the Soviet Navy, 13 ships were completed before Nikita Khrushchev called a halt to the programme as these ships were considered obsolescent with the advent of the guided missile. They were improved and slightly enlarged versions of the Chapayev class cruiser. |
|Admiral Lazarev (Адмирал Лазарев) is the second Kirov class battlecruiser. Until 1992 she was named Frunze (Фрунзе) after Bolshevik leader Mikhail Frunze; at that time she was renamed after Russian admiral Mikhail Petrovich Lazarev. She was laid down on July 27 1978 at Baltic ...||08/20/2007||966|