22 NAVY NEWS, JUNE 1977
H.M.S. Fawn, coastal survey ship.
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H.M.S. Fearless, the assault ship in whichabout200 young officers from Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, will be embarked,
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H.M.Y. Britannia (Rear- SECOND FLOTILLA
Admiral H. P. Janion, Flag Officer Royal Yachts)
AIRCRAFT CARRIERS AND AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS
R09 Ark Royal, aircraft car-
rier. (Flagship of Admiral Sir Henry Leach, Commander-in-Chief
R12 Hermes, anti-submarine and amphibious assault
ship (Flagship of Rear- Admiral W. D. M. Staveley, Flag Officer Carriers and Amphibious Ships).
L10 Fearless assault ship. FIRST FLOTILLA
D16 London, destroyer
(Flagship of Rear-Admiral R. R. Squires, Flag Officer First Flotilla)
D18 Antrim, destroyer. C99 Blake, helicopter cruiser.
002 Devonshire, destroyer. First Frigate Squadron
F18 Galatea (Captain D. B. Nolan, Captain First Fri- gate Squadron)
F174 Alacrity F133 Tartar Flfl Gurkha F32 Salisbury
Second Frigate Squadron
F70 Apollo (Capt. G. M. F. Vallings, Captain Second Frigate Squadron)
F54 Hardy F43 Torquay F48 Dundas
Fifth Frigate Squadron
F58 Hermione (Capt. J. A. B. Thomas, Captain Fifth
086 Birmingham, destroyer. F131 Nubian
Sixth Frigate Squadron
F57 Andromeda (Captain K. A. Low, . Captain Sixth Frigate Squadron).
F106 Brighton F75 Charybdis
H.M. Ships Andromeda (F57), Charybdis and Brighton pictured in the Clyde.
C20 Tiger, helicopter cruiser. (Flagship of Rear-Admiral M. La T.
Wemyss, Flag Officer Second Flotilla).
019 Glamorgan, destroyer. D20 Fife, destroyer. 012 Kent, destroyer.
Third Frigate Squadron
F16 Diomede (Capt. A. F. C. Wemyss, Captain Third Frigate Squadron).
D80 Sheffield, destroyer. F173 Arrow F38 Arethusa
Fourth Frigate Squadron
F28 Cleopatra (Capt. J. M. Webster, Captain Fourth Frigate Squadron)
F124 Zulu F169 Amazon
Seventh Frigate Squadron
F60 Jupiter (Captain D. G.
Armytage, Captain Seventh Frigate Squad- ron).
P170 Antelope F47 Danae F15 Euryalus
F126 Plymouth F107 Rothesay SURVEY SHIPS
A138 Herald (Flagship of Rear-Admiral D. W. Has- lam, Hydrographer of the Navy).
A133 Hecla A137 Hecate
A335 Fawn A70 Echo
All Enterprise A317 Bulldog A320 Fox
A72 Egeria M2780 Woodlark
Naval Hovercraft Trials Unit (BH7 and SRN6).
F27 Lynx, frigate. M2010 Isis, MCMV.
F73 Eastbourne, frigate. A231 Reclaim, diving trials ship.
M2628 Flintham, MCMV. M1158 Laleston, MCMV. M2621 Dittisham, MCMV.
' -' - - Squadron).
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H.M.S. Reclaim, diving trials ship, with steadying sail. She is theonly ship also present at the 1953 Review.
EASY-TO-FOLLOW GUIDE. TO Eighth Frigate Squadron
F71 Scylla (Capt. P. Cobb, Captain Eighth Frigate
S109 Superb (Flagship of Rear-Admiral J. D. E.
Fieldhouse, Flag Officer Submarines).
S102 Valiant (Capt. R. G.
SlOl Dreadnought S16 Oracle (Capt. C. E. T. Baker, Captain First Sub- marine Squadron).
S06 Cachalot SOS Walrus S07 Sealion S13 Osiris
Sli Orpheus S19 Opossum S17 Ocelot S20 Opportune
S104 Churchill (Capt. P. F. Grenier, Captain Third Submarine Squadron).
Heaslip, Captain Second Submarine Squadron).
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