HMS Hursley was a Second World War Type II Hunt-class escort destroyer of the British Royal Navy. She is the only Royal Navy ship to have carried this name. Hursley is a village in Hampshire. Commissioned in 1942, she served in the Mediterranean, before being transferred to the Hellenic Navy in November 1943 and renamed […]HMS Hursley was a Second World War Type II Hunt-class escort destroyer of the British Royal Navy…. — John’s Navy and other Maritime or Military News
WARSHIP WEDNESDAY, May 19, 2021@21:19-NOT ONLY H.M.S. HURSLEY L 34, THOUGH, ALL THE HUNT CLASS DESTROYERS, OF THE ROYAL NAVY; WHICH, ONLY, DID JUST NOT SEE THE W.W.II NAVAL DESTROYER DUTY ROLE, THOUGH, THE ROYAL NAVAL HUNT CLASS DESTROYERS…GROUP I, II, III, IIII, SEEN ANTI-SUBMARINE – CONVOY DUTY, DESTROYER DUTY, ANTI-AIRCRAFT DUTY…AND more than precisely MUCH MORE THAN ANY DESTROYER OF THE ROYAL NAVY…IN WHICH, ALL DESTROYERS OF THE ROYAL NAVY/W.W.II-1939/1945…PLAYED AN IMPORTANT DUTY ROLE, AND WERE ON HAND, FOR JUST MORE THAN DESTROYER NAVAL DUTY, ON THE HIGH SEAS!!!
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BRAVO ZULU , with THREE CHEERS AND A TIGER; TO ALL MEN/HEROES, OF THE ROYAL AND DOMINION NAVIES=AS MANY MEN FROM THE COMMONWEALTH-DOMINION, WERE ON LOAN TO THE ROYAL NAVY…AND SERVED IN HIS MAJESTY’S SHIPS, DURING W.W.II/1939-1945, WHOM SERVED IN HUNT CLASS DESTROYERS…DURING W.W.II!!!
Yours Aye: Brian Murza…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.