Chilean Ship Cochrane

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Several ships of the Chilean Navy have been named Cochrane or Almirante Cochrane after Thomas Cochrane (1775–1860), commander of the Chilean Navy during that country's war of independence against Spain

  • Chilean battery ship Almirante Cochrane, lead ship of her class of battery ships, launched in 1874, and scrapped in 1933
  • ordered as Chilean battleship Almirante Cochrane, a dreadnought battleship laid down in Britain in 1913, but acquired unfinished by the Royal Navy in 1917, and converted to the carrier HMS Eagle
  • Chilean destroyer Cochrane, a Fletcher-class destroyer, the former USS Rooks (DD-804), commissioned into the Chilean Navy in 1962, and scrapped in 1983
  • Chilean destroyer Almirante Cochrane (1967), a County class destroyer, the former HMS Antrim (D18), acquired by the Chilean Navy in 1984, and decommissioned in 2006
  • Chilean frigate Almirante Cochrane (FF-05), a Type 23 Frigate, the former HMS Norfolk (F230), commissioned into the Chilean Navy in 2006
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