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|This is the site of the royal Naval Detention Quarters which is attached to both the main Naval Dockyard and Barracks It was known throughout the Royal Navy & Royal Marines as DQ's or Deek's and was used for the more serious breaches of Naval Law It was said that this was the toughest millitary prison in the UK It was staffed by both Naval & Marine Personel I am not sure if it is still in used ...||03/01/2006||885|
|Naval Submarine Base New London is the United States Navy's first submarine base, the "Home of the Submarine Force", and "the Submarine Capital of the World".|
|USS Sturgeon (SSN-637), the lead ship of her class of nuclear attack submarine, was the third ship of the United States Navy to be named for the sturgeon.|
Sturgeon was decommissioned on 1 August 1994 and stricken from the Naval Vessel Register on 1 August 1994. Ex-Sturgeon entered the Nuclear Powered Ship and Submarine Recycling Program in Bremerton, Washington, and on 11 Decembe...
|H.M. Submarine Ocelot was the last warship built for the Royal Navy at Chatham and served the Royal Navy during the Cold War she was a Diesel / Electric submarine HMS Cavalier The Royal Navy’s last operational Second World War destroyer, HMS Cavalier was built in 1944 and served with the Home Fleet, in the Western Approaches and with the British Pacific Fleet until 1946. Awarded the ‘Arctic 194...||02/13/2006||492|
|USS James K. Polk (SSBN/SSN-645), a Benjamin Franklin-class submarine, was the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for James K. Polk (1795–1849), the eleventh President of the United States. USS James K. Polk was initially a fleet ballistic missile submarine (SSBN), then converted to an attack submarine (SSN).|
On 9 January 1999, James K. Polk was deactivated at Norfol...
|RAF Eastchurch was a Royal Air Force station near Eastchurch village, on the Isle of Sheppey, Kent, England. The history of aviation at Eastchurch stretches back to the first decade of the 20th century when it was used as an airfield by members of the Royal Aero Club. The area saw the first flight by a British pilot in Britain.|
In 1910 it was offered to the Royal Navy as a traini...
|This submarine U-359 of the Whiskey-class was build 1953 and was in active service until 1989.|
1997 it came to Nakskov and today it's a museum with accustic submarine sounds showing daily life in a Soviet submarine.
|This vessel was built by Canadian Yarrow at Esquimalt, Canada in 1944 and was not completed until 1945. Stalker did not arrive in the UK until sometime in 1946. Therefore she and her Canadian built sisters, along with their British counterparts, were all built too late for WW2. After 1947 LST (Landing Ship - Tank) 3515 was commissioned into the Royal Navy as HMS Stalker, and was employed as a s...||12/17/2009||679|
|This submarine travels trough the channel between USA and Canada, towards Naval Base Kitsap. ||10/03/2007||1,025|
|Here You can enjoy the world largest submarine-museum with the U-461 JULIETT in Peenemuende (Germany)|
The Maritime Museum in Peenemuende lies on the sunny Island of Usedom in Eastern Germany.
|You can clearly see the star alliance sign, and its probably a united star alliance plane because:|
a. Its in London
b. The blue paint on turbines
|USS George Washington (SSBN-598), the lead ship of her class of ballistic missile submarines, was the third ship of the United States Navy to be named for George Washington, first President of the United States, and the first of that name to be purpose-built as a warship.|
The USS George Washington was decommissioned on 24 January 1985, was struck from the Naval Vessel Registry on...