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  • Wireless Equipment, Transmitter BC-778-D : American

    Wireless Equipment, Transmitter BC-778-D : American

    (Equipment) Made by: Kingston Products Corp 1944

    COM 1184

    An American manufactured aircraft dinghy transmitter, the BC-778-D was part of the SCR-578, and was based on the German Notsender NS2 emergency dinghy transmitter.

  • ALLIED INTERVENTION IN RUSSIA 1919-1922

    ALLIED INTERVENTION IN RUSSIA 1919-1922

    part of "VINE J H (MR) COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Unknown Photographer 1920-07-07

    Q 103031

    Sailors of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines marching along the waterfront in Batoum (Batumi), Georgia, during the parade to mark the Allied evacuation on 7 July 1920.

  • ALLIED INTERVENTION IN RUSSIA 1919-1922

    ALLIED INTERVENTION IN RUSSIA 1919-1922

    part of "VINE J H (MR) COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Unknown Photographer 1920-07-07

    Q 103035

    British guard of honour marching to the Allied base in Batoum (Batumi), Georgia, following the parade to mark the Allied evacuation on 7 July 1920.

  • THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE MEDITERRANEAN, 1919-1939

    THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE MEDITERRANEAN, 1919-1939

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Brunell, W. J. (Photographer) 1919

    Q 14365

    A buoy marking the spot where HMS Goliath was sunk in Morto Bay with Cape Helles visible behind.

  • THE ROYAL NAVY 1976 - 2000

    THE ROYAL NAVY 1976 - 2000

    part of "SURFACE FLEET PHOTOGRAPHIC UNIT PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION PRINTS" (photographs) Made by: Royal Navy official photographer Smith P (Leading Artifcer Photographer) McDonald T (Leading Artifcer Photographer)

    CT 2390

    A Societe ECA PAP 104 Mark 5 remote-controlled mine-disposal vehicle being operated from a minecountermeasures ship of the Royal Navy, probably a Sandown class vessel.

  • THE ROYAL NAVY 1976 - 2000

    THE ROYAL NAVY 1976 - 2000

    part of "SURFACE FLEET PHOTOGRAPHIC UNIT PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION PRINTS" (photographs) Made by: Royal Navy official photographer Smith P (Leading Artifcer Photographer) McDonald T (Leading Artifcer Photographer) 1996

    CT 2389

    Making her way for a patrol, a Royal Navy Vanguard class submarine, underway on the surface leaving Gare Loch, where at Royal Naval Base Faslane the submarine fleet are based.

  • THE ROYAL NAVY 1976 - 2000

    THE ROYAL NAVY 1976 - 2000

    part of "SURFACE FLEET PHOTOGRAPHIC UNIT PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION PRINTS" (photographs) Made by: Royal Navy official photographer Smith P (Leading Artifcer Photographer) McDonald T (Leading Artifcer Photographer)

    CT 2410

    A Swiftsure class nuclear attack submarine (SSN) seen leaving Gibraltar harbour flanked by MoD Rapid Inflatable boats and a harbour launch.

  • ROYAL NAVY 1976 - 2000

    ROYAL NAVY 1976 - 2000

    part of "SURFACE FLEET PHOTOGRAPHIC UNIT PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION PRINTS" (photographs) Made by: Royal Navy official photographer Smith P (Leading Artifcer Photographer) McDonald T (Leading Artifcer Photographer)

    CT 2391

    A Royal Navy field gun team at practise. On part of the team are manhandling the gun while the other stands ready with the limber the other side of 'the wall'.

  • THE ROYAL NAVY 1976 - 2000

    THE ROYAL NAVY 1976 - 2000

    part of "SURFACE FLEET PHOTOGRAPHIC UNIT PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION PRINTS" (photographs) Made by: Royal Navy official photographer

    CT 2399

    The Cunard liner RMS QUEEN ELIZABETH II proceeds under the protecting gaze of a Type 42 destroyer of the Royal Navy.

  • THE ROYAL NAVY 1976 - 2000

    THE ROYAL NAVY 1976 - 2000

    part of "SURFACE FLEET PHOTOGRAPHIC UNIT PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION PRINTS" (photographs) Made by: Royal Navy official photographer Smith P (Leading Artifcer Photographer) McDonald T (Leading Artifcer Photographer)

    CT 2408

    Firefighters in reathing apparatus about to enter a smoke filled house. These firefighters are possibly from the Royal Navy Firefighting school HMS PHEONIX at Portsmouth or the Triumph Nuclear, Cheimical, Biological Defence school at HMS RALEIGH at...

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