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HMS Searcher (D40)
HMS Searcher was a Ruler-class escort carrier of the Royal Navy. Built in Seattle as a Bogue-class, she was transferred to the United Kingdom under Lend-Lease
Searcher
Searcher or Searchers may refer to: HMS Searcher, a list of ships HMS Searcher (D40), a British escort carrier USS Searcher (AGR-4), a United States radar
D40
D40 may refer to: D40 Navara, a 2005 Nissan pickup truck HMS Searcher (D40), a 1942 British Royal Navy Attacker-class escort carrier LNER Class D40, an
HMS Searcher
HMS Searcher (1918) was an S-class destroyer launched in 1918 and sold in 1938. HMS Searcher (D40) was an Attacker-class escort carrier launched in 1942 and transferred
List of Eastern Fleet ships
Naval-History.Net. Retrieved 10 August 2008. Mason, Geoffrey (2006). "HMS Searcher (D40)". SERVICE HISTORIES of ROYAL NAVY WARSHIPS in WORLD WAR 2. Naval-History
List of United States Navy escort aircraft carriers
HMS Searcher (D40) Breton CVE-23 25 February 1942 27 June 1942 12 April 1943 Unnamed Unnumbered 11 April 1942 16 July 1942 25 April 1943 Became HMS Ravager (D70)
Index of World War II articles (H)
(P253) HMS Seadog (P216) HMS Seagull (J85) HMS Seahorse (98S) HMS Seal (N37) HMS Sealion (72S) HMS Searcher (D40) HMS Seawolf (47S) HMS Selene (P254) HMS Seneschal
HMS Erebus (1826)
HMS Erebus is a Hecla-class bomb vessel constructed by the Royal Navy in Pembroke dockyard, Wales, in 1826. The vessel was the second in the Royal Navy
HMS Roberts (F40)
HMS Roberts was a Royal Navy Roberts-class monitor of the Second World War. She was the second monitor to be named after Field Marshal Frederick Roberts
HMS Dorsetshire (40)
HMS Dorsetshire (pennant number 40) was a County-class heavy cruiser of the British Royal Navy, named after the English county, now usually known as Dorset