Ark Royal

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Mc Donnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II Non-U.S. Operators - United Kingdom - F-4K (Phantom FG.1)
... Following cancellation of the supersonic V/STOL Hawker Siddeley P.1154, the Royal Navy selected the Phantom as a replacement for the Supermarine Scimitar and de Havilland Sea Vixen ... Fleet Air Arm the intention was to operate the Phantom from both of the Royal Navy's remaining large fleet carriers, Eagle and Ark Royal, and the brand new CVA-01 ... the cancellation of the CVA-01 project, with the Royal Navy's Phantom order cut to 48 ...
HMS Marigold (K87) - Timeline
... Ark Royal had been torpedoed only two days before ... Ark Royal ... U-BOAT SUNK PROBABLE ATTACKER OF ARK ROYAL ...
SS Fanad Head - Sinking - Initial Attacks and Response
... The distress call had been received by the aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royal, then on an anti-submarine patrol 200 miles north-east of the Fanad Head ... Ark Royal quickly launched three Blackburn Skuas of her 803 Naval Air Squadron, and detached HMS Tartar, HMS Bedouin and HMS Punjabi to go to the Fanad Head’s. 30 minutes after launching the first wave of aircraft, Ark Royal herself was attacked by U-39, but was able to avoid the torpedoes and U-39 was subsequently ...
Sailor (TV Series)
... mid-1970s, about life on board the fourth HMS Ark Royal, a British aircraft carrier ... of fixed-wing aircraft operation in the Royal Navy before its demise in 1978, with the paying off and scrapping of Ark Royal ... In the third episode the Ark Royal receives orders to divert towards the Azores and aid in the medical evacuation of a US sailor from the submarine USS Bergall ...
English Ship Ark Royal (1587)
... Ark Royal was an English galleon, originally ordered for Sir Walter Raleigh and later purchased by the crown for service in the Royal Navy ... Her fame led to a number of later warships of the Royal Navy being named Ark Royal in her honour, including a number of flagships of the fleet ...

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