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  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "FLEET PHOTOGRAPHIC UNIT, HMS EXCELLENT COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Navy official photographer

    FKD 69

    HMS YARMOUTH (right) comes alongside the sinking HMS ARDENT to take off her crew. HMS BROADSWORD is behind HMS ARDENT while a Sea King 4 helicopter approaches her starboard side.

  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "FLEET PHOTOGRAPHIC UNIT, HMS EXCELLENT COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Navy official photographer

    FKD 68

    Damage to the hangar and after superstructure of HMS ARDENT sustained in two attacks in Falkland Sound by A4-Q Skyhawks of the Argentine Navy's 3rd Fighter Attack Squadron in San Carlos Water on 21 May 1982. In the first attack, two 500-lb bombs...

  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "FLEET PHOTOGRAPHIC UNIT, HMS EXCELLENT COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Navy official photographer

    FKD 71

    HMS ANTELOPE afloat at dawn on the morning of 24 May 1982 following the explosion of one of the two 1000-lb bombs lodged in her hull. This explosion was followed by the sympathetic detonation of ANTELOPE's Seacat and torpedo magazines which broke...

  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "FLEET PHOTOGRAPHIC UNIT, HMS EXCELLENT COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Navy official photographer

    FKD 138

    The Loss of HMS SHEFFIELD: View of the port side of HMS SHEFFIELD showing the damage caused by the fire.

  • THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR

    THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR

    part of "IRVINE BERTIE (MR)" (photographs) Made by: Unknown

    HU 97856

    The forward section of the Canadian River class frigate HMCS CHEBOQUE after being torpedoed by U1227. She was struck whilst escorting convoy ONS 33. She was subsequently towed back to Port Talbot, South Wales and declared 'uneconomical to repair...