Non-UK

DPADSC001  Admiral Scheer  Pocket Battleship  Imperial German Navy DPALCO001  'Almirante Cochrane'  Chilean Navy (ex HMS Antrim) DPBAPA001  ABA Bahia Paraiso.  Argentine Antarctic Survey Ship. Seen as Hospital Ship during Falklands War 1982. DPCHARL001  HMCS Charlottetown.  FFH 339.  Halifax-class frigate of the Canadian Navy.  Commissioned in 1996
DPCONY001  USS Conyngham  DDG 17  Guided Missile Destroyer DPDELH006 DPFRAS001  HMCS Fraser  DDH 233  Destroyer Escort of the Canadian Navy. DPFRAS002  HMCS Fraser  DDH 233  Destroyer Escort of the Canadian Navy.
DPFRAS003  HMCS Fraser  DDH 233  Destroyer Escort of the Canadian Navy. DPHALI001  HMCS Halifax.  FFH 330.  Lead ship for the Halifax class frigates. DPIROQ002  HMCS Iroquois.  DDH 280.   Iroquois class destroyer active from 1972 to date. DPIWorIN001  USS Iwo Jima.  LHD-7.  Wasp-class amphibious assault ship.
DPJOST001  USS John C. Stennis.  CVN-74.   The seventh Nimitz-class nuclear-powered supercarrier in the United States Navy, DPJOST002  USS John C. Stennis.  CVN-74.   The seventh Nimitz-class nuclear-powered supercarrier in the United States Navy, DPJOST003  USS John C. Stennis.  CVN-74.   The seventh Nimitz-class nuclear-powered supercarrier in the United States Navy, DPJOST004  USS John C. Stennis.  CVN-74.   The seventh Nimitz-class nuclear-powered supercarrier in the United States Navy,
DPKHUK001  RIN Khukri. Ex HMS Trent? DPKILD001  RNS Kildin.  965.  Kildin Class Destroyer of the Russian Navy. DPKILI001  TNS Kilic Ali Pasha. D 350.  M Class Destroyer Built as HMS Matchless. Transferred to Turkey June 1959. Discarded early 1970's. DPKONI002  DDRS Rostock. 141.  Russian 'Koni' Class Frigate of the East German Navy.
DPKRAK001  ORP Krakowiak. L 115.  Hunt Class Destroyer ordered as HMS Silverton but transferred to Poland before completion. DPKRIV001  Krivak Class Destroyer of the Russian Navy. DPKUJ001  ORP Kujawiak.  Hunt Class Destroyer ordered as HMS Oakley but transferred to Poland before completion. DPMAGN002  HMCS Magnificent.  CVL 21.   Majestic Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched in 1944.  Loaned to the Royal Canadian Navy upon completion in 1948, returned in 1957, and scrapped in 1965.
DPMAGN003  HMCS Magnificent.  CVL 21.   Majestic Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched in 1944.  Loaned to the Royal Canadian Navy upon completion in 1948, returned in 1957, and scrapped in 1965. DPMAGN004  HMCS Magnificent.  CVL 21.   Majestic Class Aircraft Carrier.  Launched in 1944.  Loaned to the Royal Canadian Navy upon completion in 1948, returned in 1957, and scrapped in 1965. DPMARG001  HMCS Margaree  DDH 230  Destroyer Escort of the Canadian Navy. DPMARG002  HMCS Margaree  DDH 230  Destroyer Escort of the Canadian Navy.
DPMCKE001  HMCS McKenzie  DDE 261  Destroyer Escort of the Canadian Navy. DPMELB001  HMCS Melbourne.   Aircraft Carrier. Launched February 1945 as HMS Majestic. Sold to Australia in 1949. Commisioned and renamed HMAS Melbourne Oct 1955. Paid off 1983. Broken up 1985. She served as Australia's Flag Ship for 26 years, taking part in exercises with other nations, representing Australia in overseas celebrations DPMELB002  HMCS Melbourne.   Aircraft Carrier. Launched February 1945 as HMS Majestic. Sold to Australia in 1949. Commisioned and renamed HMAS Melbourne Oct 1955. Paid off 1983. Broken up 1985. She served as Australia's Flag Ship for 26 years, taking part in exercises with other nations, representing Australia in overseas celebrations DPMISS001  USS Missouri  BB 63  Battleship
DPMOBA001  PNS Vasco Da Gama. F36.  Built as HMS Mounts Bay and sold to Portugal 1961 after modernisation and modification. DPNEJE001  USS New Jersey.  BB-62.  Battleship commissioned in 1943, seeing service in World War II, Korean War, and Vietnam War; currently a museum ship in Camden, New Jersey DPNEWP004  USS Newport  LST 1179  Tank Landing Ship DPNEWP005  USS Newport  LST 1179  Tank Landing Ship
DPNIAG001  HMCS Niagara.  I 57.  Town Class Destroyer built as USS Thatcher and loaned to Canada under the bases for ships agreement. DPNIMI001  USS Nimitz  CVN 68  Nuclear Powered Aircraft Carrier DPNUNO001  PNS Nuno Tristao.  F 332.  River Class Frigate built as HMS Avon and sold to Portugal May 1949. Discarded 1972. DPNURN001  FGNS Nurnberg.  Leipzig Class Light Cruiser. Launched Dec 1934.  Taken over by the Russian Navy after WWII and renamed Admiral Makarov.
DPOBAN001  USS O'Bannon  DD 987  Spruance Class Destroyer DPONTA001  HMCS Ontario.  C53.   Royal Canadian Navy Minotaur class light cruiser. Launched July 1943. Scrapped Nov 1960. DPONTA002  HMCS Ontario.  C53.   Royal Canadian Navy Minotaur class light cruiser. Launched July 1943. Scrapped Nov 1960. DPORAG001  HMCS Orangeville.  K 491.  Castle Class Corvette built as HMS Hedingham Castle and transferred to Canada and renamed. Decommissioned 12 April 1946. Sold into mercantile service in 1947 being renamed Ta Tung.
DPOREL001  CNS Orella.  Serrano Class Destroyer of the Chilean Navy. Built in the 1920's. DPORIL001  HMCS Orillia.  K 119.  Flower Class Corvette. Launched Sept 1940. Scrapped in Canada in January 1951. DPOTTA001  HMCS Ottawa.  H60.  Commissioned as HMS Crusader H60 in the Royal Navy before serving with the Royal Canadian Navy from 1938-1942. DPPAHL001  Malaysian Naval Ship Pahlawan. P 01.  Patrol Vessel.
DPPERT001  HMAS Perth.  D29.  Modified Leander-class light cruiser. Commissioned into the Royal Navy as HMS Amphion in 1936, she was sold to the RAN three years later. The ship served until 1 March 1942, when she was sunk during the Battle of Sunda Strait. DPPERT002  HMAS Perth.  D29.  Modified Leander-class light cruiser. Commissioned into the Royal Navy as HMS Amphion in 1936, she was sold to the RAN three years later. The ship served until 1 March 1942, when she was sunk during the Battle of Sunda Strait. DPPERT003  HMAS Perth.  D29.  Modified Leander-class light cruiser. Commissioned into the Royal Navy as HMS Amphion in 1936, she was sold to the RAN three years later. The ship served until 1 March 1942, when she was sunk during the Battle of Sunda Strait. DPPERT004  HMAS Perth.  D29.  Modified Leander-class light cruiser. Commissioned into the Royal Navy as HMS Amphion in 1936, she was sold to the RAN three years later. The ship served until 1 March 1942, when she was sunk during the Battle of Sunda Strait.
DPPREU001  Prinz Eugen.  Enlarged Admiral Hipper-Class Heavy Cruiser which served with the Kriegsmarine of Germany during World War II.     Launched on 22 August 1938 and commissioned on 1 August 1940.  She survived to the end of the war and was sunk following Operation Crossroads at Kwajalein Atoll in 1946. DPPRRO001  HMCS Prince Robert.  F56.  Canadian National Railway Passenger Liners converted to Armed Merchant Cruiser for the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) at the beginning of World War II. DPPUKA001  HMNZS Pukaki.  F424.   Loch class frigate of the Royal New Zealand Navy.  Launched 23 March 1944  as HMS Loch Achanalt K424 she was transferred to Royal Canadian Navy on completion and returned to Royal Navy in 1945. She was transferred to Royal New Zealand Navy on 13 September 1948 as HMNZS Pukaki. DPQUAP001  HMCS Qu'Appelle.  H69.  River-class destroyer that served the Royal Canadian Navy from 1944-1946.   Launched on 12 October 1934  as HMS Foxhound  H69. Decommissioned by the RN on 8 February 1944 and transferred to Canada on 27 May 1946.
DPQUEB001  HMCS Quebec.  C66.   Crown Colony class cruiser commissioned in the Royal Navy as HMS Uganda C66 during World War II and later transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy as HMCS Uganda C66. She was reactivated by the RCN from 1952-1956 and renamed HMCS Quebec. DPRASH001  ENS Rashid.   River-class frigate launched in 1941 as HMS Spey and sold to the Egyptian Navy in 1948 and renamed Rasheid. She remained in service with them until 1990. DPROHI001  HMIS Rohilkand. J180.  Bangor Class Minesweeper launched as HMS Padstow Aug 1941. Transferred to Royal Indian Navy before completion. DPROKR001  DNS Rolf Krake.  F342.  ex. HMS CALPE. L71.   Hunt Class type II Destroyer.   Launched 28 April 1941.  Commissioned 18 Oct 1954.  DeCommissioned 1962.
DPSCH001  Scharnhorst.  Battlecruiser of the German Kriegsmarine. She was sunk after being engaged by Allied forces at the Battle of North Cape in December 1943. DPSCH002  Scharnhorst.  Battlecruiser of the German Kriegsmarine. She was sunk after being engaged by Allied forces at the Battle of North Cape in December 1943. DPSCH003  Scharnhorst.  Battlecruiser of the German Kriegsmarine. She was sunk after being engaged by Allied forces at the Battle of North Cape in December 1943. DPSCH004  Scharnhorst.  Battlecruiser of the German Kriegsmarine. She was sunk after being engaged by Allied forces at the Battle of North Cape in December 1943.
DPSCHA001  Scharnhorst.  Battlecruiser of the German Kriegsmarine. She was sunk after being engaged by Allied forces at the Battle of North Cape in December 1943. DPSEZOO001  USS Sezoo? No data. DPSHAE001  HMIS Shamsher. K 392/F 392.  River Class Frigate. Launched Sept 1943 as HMS Nadder. Transferred to the Royal Indian Navy in 1945 and renamed Shamsher. DPSIOU001  HMCS Sioux.  R 64.   V class destroyer of the Royal Canadian Navy that saw service in World War II. Launched as HMS Vixen for the Royal Navy. She was transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy in February 1944 while fitting out, and was completed on 5 March 1944.
DPSIOU002  HMCS Sioux.  R 64.   V class destroyer of the Royal Canadian Navy that saw service in World War II. Launched as HMS Vixen for the Royal Navy. She was transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy in February 1944 while fitting out, and was completed on 5 March 1944. DPSKEE001  HMCS Skeena.  DDH 207.   St. Laurent Class Destroyer Escort active from 1957?1993.  She was sold in 1994 and scrapped in 1996. DPSPRU001  USS Spruance. DD-963.   Lead ship of Spruance-class destroyers, launched in 1973 and struck in 2005. DPSTCR001  HMCS St. Croix.  DDE 256.  Restigouche-class destroyer that served in the RCN and Canadian Forces from 1958-1974.
DPSTORD001  HNoMS Stord.  G 26.  S-Class Destroyer.   She was laid down as HMS Success, but transferred to Norway before completion. She was renamed HNoMS Stord when commissioned into the Royal Norwegian Navy on 26 August 1943. DPSWAN001  HMCS Swansea.  K 328.  River Class Frigate.  Launched Dec 1942.  Decommissioned 2 November 1945. Recommissioned as a Prestonian class frigate with penant number 306 on 14 November 1957. Decommissioned 14 October 1966. DPSYDN001  HMAS Sydney.  D 48.  Leander-Class Light Cruiser launched in 1934 as HMS Phaeton, but was purchased by Australia before completion. She engaged the disguised German merchant raider Kormoran off Western Australia in 1941, and the ships sank each other. DPSYDN002  HMAS Sydney.  R17   Majestic-Class Light Aircraft Carrier launched in 1944 as  HMS Terrible and commissioned into the RAN in 1948. She operated as an aircraft carrier during the Korean War, but was next refitted as a troop transport and served in the Vietnam War. Scrapped in 1975.
DPSYDN003  HMAS Sydney.  R17   Majestic-Class Light Aircraft Carrier launched in 1944 as  HMS Terrible and commissioned into the RAN in 1948. She operated as an aircraft carrier during the Korean War, but was next refitted as a troop transport and served in the Vietnam War. Scrapped in 1975. DPSYDN004  HMAS Sydney.  R17   Majestic-Class Light Aircraft Carrier launched in 1944 as  HMS Terrible and commissioned into the RAN in 1948. She operated as an aircraft carrier during the Korean War, but was next refitted as a troop transport and served in the Vietnam War. Scrapped in 1975. DPSYDN005  HMAS Sydney.  R17   Majestic-Class Light Aircraft Carrier launched in 1944 as  HMS Terrible and commissioned into the RAN in 1948. She operated as an aircraft carrier during the Korean War, but was next refitted as a troop transport and served in the Vietnam War. Scrapped in 1975. DPTENO001  HMCS Terra Nova.  DDE 259.  Restigouche-Class Destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy and later the Canadian Forces from 1959-1997.
DPTIRP001  IGS Tirpitz was the second Bismarck Class Battleship of the German Kriegsmarine, sister ship of Bismarck. She never fired against an enemy ship but her mere presence was a threat to the Allies. She was the largest battleship ever built in Europe., with dimensions slightly exceeding those of her sister ship. On 12 November 1944 Royal Air Force Avro Lancaster heavy bombers bombed and sank Tirpitz at her moorings. DPTIRP002  IGS Tirpitz was the second Bismarck Class Battleship of the German Kriegsmarine, sister ship of Bismarck. She never fired against an enemy ship but her mere presence was a threat to the Allies. She was the largest battleship ever built in Europe., with dimensions slightly exceeding those of her sister ship. On 12 November 1944 Royal Air Force Avro Lancaster heavy bombers bombed and sank Tirpitz at her moorings. DPVAGV001  HNMS Van Well Groeneveld.  M875.  Van Straelen Class Minesweeper of the Dutch Navy. DPVANM001  HNMS Van Moppes.  M873.   Van Straelen Class Minesweeper of the Dutch Navy.
DPVEND001  HMAS Vendetta.  D 08.  Daring Class Destroyer commissioned in 1958. The ship operated during the Vietnam War, and was paid off in 1979. DPWAHN001  HMAS Waterhen.  D 22.  Admiralty V & W Class Destroyer. Launched March 1918 as  HMS Waterhen and transferred to Australia Oct 1933.  She was attacked by Italo-German dive bombers off Sidi Barani, Egypt on 29 June 1941. She was taken in tow by HMS Defender but rolled over and sank the next day in position 3215'N, 2520'E. DPWARR009  USS Warrior.  MCM-10.   Avenger-Class Mine Countermeasures Ship of the United States Navy.  Launched on 8 December 1990, and Commissioned on 7 April 1993. DPWEMI001  FNGS Koln.  F 211.  Bremen Class Frigate of the Federal German Navy.
DPWHAD001  SAS President Pretorius.  F145  Rothesay Class Frigate.   Commissioned 1963, sold for scrap 1990 DPWOZE001  GNS Wolfgang Zenker. Z9. Pennant No 63.  Zerstorer Class of German Destroyer. Launched March 1936. Scuttled April 1940. DPYAMA001  IJNS Yamato.Yamato.  Battleship of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II. Flagship of the Japanese Combined Fleet.  Lead ship of the Yamato class.  Commissioned in late 1941. Yamato was sunk in April 1945 during Operation Ten-Go. DPYAMA002  IJNS Yamato.Yamato.  Battleship of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II. Flagship of the Japanese Combined Fleet.  Lead ship of the Yamato class.  Commissioned in late 1941. Yamato was sunk in April 1945 during Operation Ten-Go.
DPZ39001  GNS Z 39.  Z Class German Destroyer. Launched 2nd December 1941.  Given to America at the end of the war and renamed DD939 she was sold to France in 1947 for spares. DPZULF001  PNS Zulfiquar.  262.  Leander Class Frigate. Launched Oct 1970 as HMS Apollo. F70.   Continued in service for 18 years with the Pakistan Navy until 29 October 2006 when she was decommissioned. PSBM923001  BNS Narcis  M923   Mine hunter of the Belgian Navy PSCDEG001  FS Charles De Gaulle   Aircraft Carrier
PSCDEG002  FNS Charles De Gaulle  R91    Aircraft Carrier of the French Navy PSCOU001 PSDM1065001  FGS Dillingen M1065   Minehunter of the Federal German Navy PSDM1066001  FGS Frankenthal M1066   Minehunter of the Federal German Navy
PSESPDEA001  SPS Principe De Asturias R11   Aircraft Carrier of the Spanish Navy PSESPDEA002  SPS Principe De Asturias R11   Aircraft Carrier of the Spanish Navy PSESTAP001  Admiral Pitka A230   Frigate of the Estonian Navy PSESTAP002  Admiral Pitka A230   Frigate of the Estonian Navy
PSGHYD001  HS Hydra F452   Meko 200 Class Frigate of the Greek Navy PSJKAS001  JDS Kashima TV3508   Japanese Naval Training Ship PSJKAS002  JDS Kashima TV3508   Japanese Naval Training Ship PSKHSA001
PSKIHA001  USS Kitty Hawk.  CV-63.  Lead ship of the Kitty Hawk-Class Aircraft Carriers, and was in commission between 1961 and 2009. PSLITKUR001  Kursis M51   Minehunter of the Lithuanian Navy PSLOBE001 PSNEYO001
PSNLLCP001  Netherlands LCA from Hr Ms Rotterdam LPD L800 PSNLM861001  Hr Ms Urk M861   Minehunter of the Dutch Navy PSNLM861002  Hr Ms Urk M861   Minehunter of the Dutch Navy PSOALM001  'Al Mua'zzar  Q32  Omani Frigate
PSPOGTK001  ORP General Tadeusz Kosciuszko  273   Frigate of the Polish Navy (Ex USNS) PSPOGTK002  ORP General Tadeusz Kosciuszko  273 Frigate of the Polish Navy (Ex USNS) PSPORAL001  NRP Alvares Cabral F331  Vasco Da Gama Class Frigate of the Portuguese Navy PSSKOR001  SKS Chungmugong Yi Sun Shin 975   KDX-2 Class Frigate of the South Korean Navy
PSSUR001 PSTUORC001  TCG Orucries F245   Frigate of the Turkish Navy PSUSSAI001  USS Saipan  LHA 2  Amphibious Assault Ship PSVILO001
PSWAS001 BHSCHA001  GNS Scharnhorst.  Battlecruiser of the German Navy. Sunk December 1943. BHVAMP001  HMAS Vampire.  D 11.  Daring class destroyers serving in the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Commissioned in 1959, remained in service unitl 1986 then preserved at the Australian National Maritime Museum, where she remains as of 2009. BHVAMP002  HMAS Vampire.  D 11.  Daring class destroyers serving in the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Commissioned in 1959, remained in service unitl 1986 then preserved at the Australian National Maritime Museum, where she remains as of 2009.
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