HMS Leopard Ships Company 2nd Commission In alphabetical order ATKINS A,PO ANDREW M,Ord ALFORD R,AB ANDREW R,Ck(S) AKRIGG J,LM(E) BACKUS J,Lt BRADBY D,Lt BROWN R,COA BEATON E,OAI BIGNELL D,RS BELL J,PO BLOUNT J,Shpt2 BURKE G,RO2 BEAVIS G,AB BONNEY R,Ord BRICKNELL D,AB BLANDFORD B,AB BUXTON B,AB BRADSHAW J,AB BRENTNALL C,RO3 BOYD J,AB BARTON C,AB […]
LIST OF OFFICERS AND RATINGS Who have Served On Board HMS Leopard Between 30th September, 1958 and 27th May 1960 OFFICERS COMMANDER R. G. GAUNT. DSC, RN LIEUTENANT-COMMANDER A. G. F. CROSBIE, RN LIEUTENANT-COMMANDER E. A. WILDY RN LIEUTENANT-COMMANDER Sir MICHAEL RICHARDSON-BUNBURY, Bt. RN LIEUTENANT-COMMANDER J. L. MICHIE, RN SURGEON LIEUTENANT H. V. HUGHES, MB, […]
Ships named “Glasgow” Eight ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Glasgow after the Scottish city of Glasgow: HMS Glasgow (1707) was a 20-gun sixth rate, previously the Scottish ship Royal Mary. She was transferred to the Royal Navy in 1707 and was sold in 1719. HMS Glasgow (1745) was a 24-gun sixth rate launched […]
I packed my kit bag 25 times from 1957 to 1984.
HMS Leopard’s commission from 1960 to 1962. Includes the evacuation of Tristan da Cunha.
The full story of HMS Leopard,s first commission. The lone Guardship for the South Atlantic. Includes the 1000+ mile trip up the River Amazon.