HMS Consort R-76 / D-76
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HMS Consort D-76 in heavy seas while en route from Singapore to Hong Kong. A/B Willie Leitch can be seen holding on at left. Note the lifeline which has broken and is laying on the deck.
(Photo from the collection of Able Seaman James Edwards, R.N.)
Courtesy of Graham Edwards



HMS Consort D-76 in heavy seas while en route from Singapore to Hong Kong. Note the lifeline which has broken and is laying on the deck.
(Photo from the collection of Able Seaman James Edwards, R.N.)
Courtesy of Graham Edwards



1953: HMS Consort D-76 seen en route to Korea as part of the 8th Flotilla.



HMS Consort D-76 seen from an RAF Vampire in 1955.
(Photo courtesy of William Leitch, R.N.)



HMS Consort D-76 seen off Tioman Island (Pulau Tioman), Malaysia.
(Photo courtesy of H. A. "Tug" Wilson, R.N.)



December 1955: Officers and men of HMS Consort D-76.
(Photo courtesy of H. A. "Tug" Wilson, R.N.)



August - October 1956: HMS Consort D-76 in the King George VI drydock Singapore for a refit.
(Photo courtesy of Coder Roy Brabiner, R.N., HMS Consort)



August - October 1956: HMS Consort D-76 in the King George VI drydock Singapore for a refit.
(Photo courtesy of Coder Roy Brabiner, R.N., HMS Consort)



August - October 1956: HMS Consort D-76 in the King George VI drydock Singapore for a refit.
(Photo courtesy of Coder Roy Brabiner, R.N., HMS Consort)





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Class Overview
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