Designed as ocean-going escorts with a range of 12970 km (8,060 miles), the ‘Rivers’ were at first fitted with almost totally superfluous minesweeping gear. Once this was eliminated from the design, oil storage rose from 440 tons to 646 tons, with a consequent improvement in endurance. As in the case of the United States, the […] […] […]River Class frigate — Weapons and Warfare — battleoftheatlantic19391945 — battleoftheatlantic19391945
Saturday, March 27, 2021@07:35-IN MEMORY, OF MURZA, John Andrew, V-82787, ROYAL CANADIAN NAVAL VOLUNTEER RESERVE, A/A,B,, ABLE BODIED SEAMAN, SUBMARINE DETECTOR, A-CLASS INSTRUCTOR’S COURSE, CAPTAIN D-DESTROYERS…HALIFAX, CANADA, HIS MAJESTY’S CANADIAN SHIPS…VISON Z 30, CARLPLACE K 664, BORDER CITIES J 344. CITATIONS/MEDALS-RIBBONS…THE ATLANTIC STAR, THE CANADIAN VOLUNTEER SERVICE MEDAL-WITH MAPLE LEAF CLASP, 1939-1945 WAR MEDAL. HONOURABLE DISCHARGE, VERY GOOD CHARACTER.
March 07, 1924-March 27, 1990.
R.I.P., DAD, THANK YOU FOR ALL THE INPUT OF THE ROYAL CANADIAN NAVY, OF W.W.II/1939-1945, AND YOUR NAVAL SERVICE, LOVE…Brian Murza, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Present Day Naval-Military Analyst, High Treason Q.E.II Analyst, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.