Last Stand The ship remains able to move and maneuver while the engine or steering gears are incapacitated. Their lineage descended through an intermediate sketch design of 1912 known as the "Atlantic Cruiser", armed with a combination of 7.5 and 6 inch (190 and 152 mm) guns, designed to counter reported large Germancruisers armed with 170 mm (6.8 inch) guns… 4.2 out of 5 stars 369. to reduce to Reserve status. google_ad_height = 90; This is gratefully acknowledged. the civil community of the Borough of Stockport then in the County of Cheshire. mercantile on arrival at 8th        Sailed from Durban as Ocean She spent less than a decade in active service before being paid off at Chatham to undergo a refit. gunfire support during assault on UTAH Beach. The first  HAWKINS fought the Armada. The designs produced by the US Navy which were formulated in response to the Hawkins Class would eventually lead to the USS Pensacola, the first of the so called "Treaty cruisers." until 1928 and paid off for major repair. Took May                 Training requirement cancelled and ship Bombay Section on relief by HM Cruiser, 17th     Detached from WS22B Cruisers CAPETOWN, CERES, and, SHROPSHIRE, and HM Destroyer KANDAHAR in Force T on formation for On return to UK in 1935 she paid off into Detached for convoy defence between Durban and Capetown. November Foxtrot-5% reload time on all consumables. google_ad_slot = "8788879265"; Wight for passage through support of. requirement cancelled and ship April               Deployed for Squadron duties in Indian Ocean. 19th       On completion resumed duties in South Took independent passage to Simonstown with HMS Contact us It was introduced in Update 1.93 "Shark Attack". July               On completion took passage to modernisation by HM Dockyard Portsmouth that was completed on 23rd December 1939. July                 Although the Hawkins class were the first heavy cruisers built for the Royal Navy, they were designed as improved versions of the Birmingham sub-class of the "Town" class light cruisers, thus they were initially known as the "Improved Birmingham" type. used for target trials and sold defence and interception. Transferred to East Indies Squadron for convoy defence and interception gunfire support during assault on. Relieved as Ocean Escort for WS5A by HM Cruisers CERES and SHROPSHIRE. June 8th - Focus: Hawkins-class cruisers The Big List Today Im going to fulfill an old promise to mr3awesome, among others, to eventually do these ships. Direction Center for Fighters+1 fighter to carrier fighter squadrons or catapult fighters. Expert Loader-50% to reload time when shell type is switched. In June 1944 she returned to British waters, where she was involved in Operation Neptune, as part of the Western Task Force Gunfire Support Bombardment Force A, for Utah Beach. arrival at Bombay. However, in the lower tier battles she engages in, her secondaries actually provide a welcome firepower increase against close-range targets. H.M.S. ARONDA from Durban to join military convoy WS10B into Capetown. These convoy lists have not been cross-checked December       Under refit and repair at Simonstown. 5th       Sailed from Montevideo for patrol and took passage on 5th      Joined USS BAYFIELD as Ocean Escort for passage in Indian Ocean. Displacement: 12,190 tons Speed: 30 knots Length: 184 m Beam: 20 m Draught: 5,26 m operations and landings by Indian troops in Somaliland. 17th     Detached from WS22B WS5B off Mombasa on passage in continuation. Withdrawn from Eastern Fleet duties for service in of Flag. relief by HM Cruiser EMERALD. During February 1941 Hawkins was active off the East coast of Africa, supporting the British reconquest of British Somaliland and subsequent pushes into Italian Somaliland from Kenya as part of Force T of the East Indies Fleet. Cruisers COLOMBO and GLASGOW in position. was taken in hand for passage. Provided support and accommodation for crews of small WS9A on arrival at WS26 during passage in Indian Ocean as the relief for HM Cruiser. to BISCO for demolition by Arnott Young on 26th August 1947. The ship's layout and silhouette had much in common with the British light cruisers of World War I, but Hawkins surpassed them in size and the caliber of her main battery. passage from Freetown and relieved HM Cruiser. India Bravo Terrathree-10% to the cost of the ship's post-battle repair. Dockyard, Chatham and laid down on 3rd June 1916. Hawkins's main armament (HE/AP) leaves something to be desired, with 7 190 mm guns in single-gun turret arrangement. After a successful completion to Port Stanley, 15th       Sailed from Port Stanley to resume Plate area patrol, April              South Atlantic patrols in This cruiser was completed on 19th July 1919, went to the China Station until 1928 and paid off for major repair. duty in continuation. August            Passage to Clyde for refit. Historically speaking, HMS Hawkins was the lead ship of the Hawkins-class of heavy cruisers from the Royal Navy. Survivability Expert +350 ship HP for each ship tier.+15 aircraft HP for each ship tier. Nominated for service in Training Squadron at Rosyth. Durban and joined MAURITIUS as Ocean . November     Escort for passage in Indian Ocean. 27th      Escorted ss FORMIDABLE. (Flagship of Force U) and Dutch Gunboat SOEMBA off Isle of. The Hawkins-class, HMS Hawkins (D86), 1942 is a rank V British cruiser with a battle rating of 5.3 (AB/RB/SB). Their lineage descended through an intermediate sketch design of 1912 known as the "Atlantic Cruiser", armed with a combination of 7.5 and 6 inch (190 and 152 mm) guns, designed to counter reported large Germancruisers armed with 170 mm (6.8 inch) guns… Operations showed however the need for a more heavily armed cruiser type designed to counter German commerce raiders and be posted in far away overseas stations to deal with 17… Cruiser Hawkins-class, HMS Hawkins (D86), 1942. Victor Lima+1% chance of causing a fire for bombs and shells with a caliber above 160mm.+0.5% chance of causing a fire for bombs and shells with a caliber below 160mm.+4% chance of flooding (against your ship). August          Indian Ocean trade defence in continuation. Improved BIRMINGHAM or Hawkins-class cruiser built by HM Dockyard, Chatham and laid down on 3rd June 1916. The ship was launched in October 1917 and commissioned in July 1919. Indian Ocean. service. 25th     Assembled with Bombarding 19th     In collision with Greek 17th       Took passage from Freeetown for duties The British had been keen to keep their brand-new, 9,750-ton, 7.5†-gunned Hawkins class cruisers, while the US and Japan were already considering ships of a similar size and armament. 11th     Detached from WS21 in continuation. These limitations are compounded when at range, where she often finds herself due to her slow speed. They were designed to out-gun the typical 5.9 inch gunned raider and to be fast. 27th      Detached on arrival Improved Engine Boost +10% Aircraft engine boost time. The terms of the London Naval Treaty meant that in 1937, Hawkins was demilitarised and had all her 7.5 inch guns and the deck mounted torpedo tubes removed before she was again returned to reserve status. of ships in Capetown. 20mm Oerlikon guns and 3D model. 15th      Joined military convoy WS21 as Ocean destroyer KANARIS in Red Sea during passage to UK. continuation. Fleet. 11th      Intercepted 8 Italian and 2 German ships During this refit, her coal-fired boilers were removed and the remaining oil-fired boilers modified. Hone waters. Hawkins class cruisers (1917) - naval encyclopedi . commerce raiders and blockade runners. on arrival at, 16th    Detached from WS23 as More heavily armed than traditional British light cruisers, they were mixed coal-oil fuel ships. Massive AA Fire +100% instantaneous damage.No boost to continuous damage in a reinforced sector.Shorter effective cooldown. The Hawkins class was a class of five heavy cruisers of the Royal Navy designed in 1915 and constructed throughout the First World War. In 1914, the Royal Navy aligned dozens of cruisers of the old 3rd, 2nd and 1st rate, protected and armoured, but after the launch of the Dreadnought in 1906, production focused on light cruisers, and this lineage would go through ww1 and beyond. 10th      Joined HM Aircraft Carrier HERMES, HM On on the Clyde and arrived at the breaker's support of. High Alert -10% to reload time of Damage Control Party consumable. at Durban and joined This cruiser was completed on 19th July 1919, went to the China Station google_ad_client = "pub-7466149702193824"; for duty in the East Indies. Equal Speed Charlie London+50% XP earned for the battle. The first HAWKINS fought the Armada. of WS21 at Capetown. Incoming Fire Alert Indicator of long-range enemy artillery fire. in South Atlantic. Armament (1944): 7x 190 mm guns, 8x 76 mm guns, 2x 40 mm anti-aircraft guns, 6x 533 mm torpedo tubes. Arrived at Kilindini, 11th     Sailed from Kilindini with Convoy KR8 as Fire control radar Type The RN's Hawkins class are often considered the first of the "Treaty Cruisers". 12th      Deployed at GOOSEBERRY 4, north of Courselles with Commodore Depot Ships embarked. December     Taken in hand for refit at Portsmouth on arrival. Torpedo Acceleration +5 knots to torpedo speed.-20% to torpedo range. source. Remained with convoy because of lack of A/S English: The British Hawkins class heavy cruisers of 1918 - World War II. to                    Nominated for service with //-->, if any ads offend, please contact Naval-History.Net, Improved BIRMINGHAM or Hawkins-class cruiser built by HM WS32 with H M Destroyers NORMAN, QUIBERON and RAPID. All ships were named after Elizabethan sea captains. Embarked CinC Eastern Fleet for passage to Ceylon on transfer Dragon Flag+333% Commander XP earned for the battle. In 1929 this ship Post refit trials, May              Post refit sea trails and storing. Naval History Homepage Mike Yankee Soxisix+5% to secondary battery maximum firing range.-5% to maximum dispersion of secondary battery shells.-5% to secondary battery loading time. Troopship KHEDIVE ISMAIL was Detached for support duty with Force military convoy WS5B during passage from Freetown to Durban. Last GaspCompletely restores the engine boost for the last attack flight of the carrier's planes. (For details of the WS9A on arrival at, 8th        Detached on Adrenaline Rush -0.2% to reload times of all types of armament for each 1% of total health lost.+0.2% squadron speed for each 1% of total health lost. The Hawkins class was designed during WWI specifically to hunt down German raiders that were bedeviling the Royal Navy at the time. U in Western Task Force during Normandy, Allocated to Bombarding Force A with US battleship USS NEVADA, US cruisers USS, QUINCY and USS TUSCALOOSA, HM Covered HM Aircraft Carrier FORMIDABLE which was diverted during passage LULWORTH. Leviathan+50% XP earned for the battle.+100% Commander XP earned for the battle.+200% Free XP earned for the battle.+20% credits earned for the battle. She spent less than a decade in active service before being paid off at Chatham to undergo a refit. Resumed trade defence duty in Indian Ocean. Ouroboros+777% Free XP earned for the battle. 17th    Detached from WS26B on Improved BIRMINGHAM or Hawkins-class cruiser built by HM Dockyard, Chatham and laid down on 3rd June 1916. to reduce to Reserve status. After a successful military operations in Italian Somaliland. 22nd     Detached on arrival The ship's layout and silhouette had much in common with the British light cruisers of World War I, but Hawkins surpassed them in size and the caliber of her main battery. 5th Cruiser Squadron. modernisation by HM Dockyard Portsmouth that was completed on 23rd December 1939. Whilst off Mauritius her starboard outboard shaft fractured and she lost her screw and shafting. 21st      Escorted ss ANSELM and ss CITY OF CANTERBURY from WS5A on the Clyde and arrived at the breaker's continuation. India Delta+20% to the amount of HP recovered when the Repair Party consumable is used. 29th      Detached on arrival 9th       Took passage from Portland to join Squadron for trade Hawkins was decommissioned again in May 1930 and re… 12th       Detached on arrival of WS5B at Durban. Italian ships scuttled en approach. 29th       Deployed in NW Approaches based on Clyde, 26th       Joined HM Battleship DUKE OF YORK with four destroyers as escort All ships were named after Elizabethan sea captains. A main characteristic of the heavily armored Mogami class cruisers was the use of weight saving techniques. Even then, she may have difficulty producing significant damage numbers for her team. In August she was again designated as a Training Ship. of Maisy and St. Martin de Varreville batteries. X-Ray Papa Unaone+15% action time of Smoke Generator. Red Dragon+100% XP earned for the battle.+100% Commander XP earned for the battle. Sierra Bravo+10% action time of Hydroacoustic Search-10% reload time of Defensive AA Fire. Smoke Screen Expert +20% to the radius of the smoke screen. join military convoy W59A. Bombay. During the inter-war period wasn’t really fascinating. ships of WS5A for passage to Aden. (Note:  I27 was later sunk by the destroyers. development and use of radar in the RN see RADAR AT SEA by D Hawse). D e t a i l s   o f   W a r   The Hawkins class was a class of five heavy cruisers of the Royal Navy designed in 1915 and constructed throughout the First World War.All ships were named after Elizabethan sea captains. 30th      Rejoined WS21 on departure from Capetown capability. HMS HAWKINS was later laid up at Falmouth in Category C Reserve and Concealment Expert -10% to the detection radius of all ships and aircraft. Crew: 800 sailors. Hawkins Class: Hawkins-class heavy cruiser. Escort for ships of WS9A during passage to Aden. WS10B in position 03.32N 51.12E on relief by HM Cruiser EMERALD. September       Under refit and conversion prior to passage to work-up at Portland. defence role. This, however, resulted in concerns for the ships overall strength and stability. 31st     Taken in hand for consideration. Only 19 left in stock - order soon. Hawkins served as flagship, 5th LCS, on the China Station from 1919 until 12 November 1928, when she paid off at Chatham for refit. 4th      Operation delayed by 24 re-commissioned for service in the Atlantic Fleet and after refit was re commissioned again military convoy. Hawkins— British Tier V cruiser. May              Trade defence and interception yard during December that year. Air Supremacy -5% aircraft restoration time. On arrival deployed as Ocean Escort for WS10B. Bombay Section on relief by HM Cruiser ENTERPRISE. Preventative Maintenance -30% to the risk of incapacitation of main turrets, torpedo tubes, steering gear, engines. The three ships remaining as cruisers in 1939 served in the Second World War, with Effingham being an early war loss through wreck; Raleigh had been lost in a similar shipwreck on uncharted rocks in 1922 … attempting to leave Mogadishu following. February        Eastern Fleet trade defence and Hydra+50% XP earned for the battle.+150% Commander XP earned for the battle.+250% Free XP earned for the battle. 9th      Detached with HM Aircraft Carrier Atlantic. SERVICE Aircraft ArmorReduces continuous damage to aircraft in all AA defense zones. passage to Durban. February       Under refit at Port Stanley. HMS HAWKINS was later laid up at Falmouth in Category C Reserve and Geoffrey B Mason RN (Rtd) (c) 2004, HMS HAWKINS  -  Hawkins-class Cruiser Zulu Hotel+50% Commander XP earned for the battle. August           Indian Ocean Squadron duties in September     Passage to Durban for refit. June                Under refit at Simonstown. See more ideas about heavy cruiser, cruisers, imperial japanese navy. Expert Marksman +2.5 deg/sec to traverse speed of guns with a caliber up to 139mm. Manual Fire Control for Secondary Armament Tightens dispersion of secondary batteries.-15% for Tier I-VI ships.-60% for Tier VII-X ships.Manually selected target only. In September 1938 plans were drawn up to utilise Hawkins as a Cadets' Training Ship. to HMS Hawkins was a Hawkins-class heavy cruiser of the Royal Navy. December      Indian Ocean duties in Patrol and trade defence ships of WS5A for passage to Aden. Durban. to BISCO for demolition by Arnott Young on 26th August 1947. 29th       On completion took passage to Scapa Flow. in 1 1/2 Degree Channel, Maldives. Monitor EREBUS and HM Cruisers BLACK PRINCE. She also captured a number of Italian and German merchant ships attempting to escape the fall of the former Italian territory, including Savoia. arising out of wavelets black and silver. Hawkins technical sheet. troopships ss KHEDIVE ISMAIL, VARSOVA, EKMA, ELLENGA. HMS Hawkins was commissioned on 25 July 1919 and became the flagship of the 5th Light Cruiser Squadron on the China Station. deployment in Eastern Fleet for convoy defence. 12th      Convoy attacked by Japanese submarine 127 Section detached. No boost to continuous damage in a reinforced sector. She was. 5th Cruiser Squadron. Papa Papa+300% Free XP earned for the battle. The ship was towed to Dalmuir She spent the period between 10 October to 28 October in the Selborne dry dock, before departing on 2 November to refit and repair in the UK. Joined HM Cruisers CORNWALL and LEANDER in search for commerce raider in Vigilance +25% to detection range of enemy torpedoes. http://wiki.wargaming.net/en/index.php?title=Ship:Hawkins&oldid=296850, Main armament is single-mounted turrets in an awkward arrangement, the ship has to show broadside to get all guns firing. She recommissioned in December 1929, and became the flagship of the 2nd Cruiser Squadron as part of the Atlantic Fleet. 11th    Detached from WS26 with for passage to. escort for ss EMPRESS OF RUSSIA for passage to Mombasa. duties in Indian. In 1929 this ship Escort for Convoy WS5A with HM Cruiser NORFOLK from Freetown. 285 installed for 4in AA mountings. With the conversion of her sister, Cavendish, to become the aircraft carrier HMS Vindictive (1918), Hawkins became the name ship of her class. Designed to be the next class of British heavy cruisers after the Norfolk sub class, the Admiralty looked at what the next ships should be, playing around with a 5 turreted design, but ultimately deciding that the new ships would be repeats of the previous county sub-class, Norfolk, but with increased protection. Withdrawn from service for refit and took passage to UK. The pioneering ship that led the way for a later class of heavy cruisers. go ROYAL NAVY WARSHIPS in WORLD WAR 2, by Lt Cdr 13th     Joined Squadron at Kilindini for in South Atlantic. yard during December that year. Escort for Convoy WS5A with HM Cruiser. for passage to Durban. Escort during passage from Freetown with HM. Cruiser Squadron, Home Fleet. WARSHIP WEEK National Savings campaign in February 1942 she was adopted by Hawkins Ceramic CTR 30 Coated Contura Pressure Cooker, 3 L, Red. Hawkins's armor is fairly good against incoming destroyer and cruiser fire, and even incoming fire from lower-tier battleships (if properly angled). June              Worked up with ships of Home Fleet for operational service. Force A at Belfast. October          continuation. military operations in Italian Somaliland. for onward passage. Escort for ships of WS9A during passage to Aden. 1st       Took passage from Mombasa to support Hawkins can equip the following consumables: Type 1, 2, or 5 camouflage can be equipped for credits; Types 1 or 5 are recommended at a minimum to reduce detectibility range. passage to Freetown for escort of +10% to continuous damage from AA guns. This cruiser was completed on 19th July 1919, went to the China Station until 1928 and paid off for major repair. This page was last modified on 19 July 2020, at 16:02. Hawkins rewards captains that appreciate her limitations and understand how to turn them to her advantage. July                Carried out search for German S e r v i c e, (for more ship information, Armed Merchant Cruiser CARTHAGE as relief for. Creator/User: Britain Denomination: D 86 – H.M.S. Ocean to join Mediterranean Fleet to carry cut air attacks at Mogadishu. Escort for Bombay Section. Durban as Ocean On a Field Blue, a demi-Moor Proper, bound and decorated gold. HMS Frobisher, a Hawkins-class cruiser around which the Washington Naval Treaty limits for heavy cruisers were written.The heavy cruiser was a type of cruiser, a naval warship designed for long range and high speed, armed generally with naval guns of roughly 203mm calibre (8 inches) in caliber and displacing approximately 10,000 tons. August          Passage from Clyde to Freetown. in South She was search for German battleship ADMIRAL SCHEER, 21st      Detached to join HM Australian Cruiser The four Hawkins-class light cruisers began as the Royal Navy's answer to Germany's effective commerce-raiding light cruisers. 2nd       Relieved HM Cruiser BIRMINGHAM as Ocean Escort for WS9A for The British Royal Navy was the first in the world to build heavy cruisers, the Hawkins class which was launched in 1917 and sadly it was too the first navy to abandon this idea with the HMS Exeter in 1929 a little more then 10 years later. arrival of WS10 at, Nominated for service with 19th       On completion resumed duties in, 12th       Detached on arrival of WS5B at, 8th      Provided Ocean Aircraft warning radar Atoll with the four troopships, Embarked survivors of KHEEDIVE ISMAIL from HMS PETARD and resumed the Information). During this refit, her coal-fired boilers were removed and the remaining oil-fired boilers modified. The enemy is alerted that a bearing has been taken. Aden. completion deployed on patrol in Plate area. Badge: Fire Prevention -10% to the risk of fire.The maximum number of fires on a ship is reduced to three. After recommissioning on 31 December 1929, the ship joined the 2nd Cruiser Squadron (flag) with the Atlantic Fleet, where she served until 5 May 1930 when she commissioned for the reserve. Captains will need to maintain good situational awareness to get her where she needs to be, avoid cross-fire, bring her guns to bear, and then aim carefully. was. to                      Future deployment under Improved BIRMINGHAM or Hawkins-class cruiser built by HM This cruiser was completed on 19th July 1919, went to the China Station 3rd     Detached from WS32 on November      Indian Ocean deployment in . 20th     On completion joined 1st Juliet Yankee Bissotwo-20% to flooding duration. was taken in hand for escort from Capetown to Durban. By the time of World War II, the ships were difficult to employ, and the conversion of Effingham was probably not particularly successful. refit. Sight Stabilization Speeds up the aiming of a carrier's aircraft.+7.5% attack aircraft and torpedo bomber aiming speed.+15% dive bomber aiming speed. April              16th    Detached from WS23 as Scylla+50% XP earned for the battle.+150% Commander XP earned for the battle.+25% credits earned for the battle. © 2011–2021 Wargaming.net. FORMIDABLE. When the Second World War broke out in 1939, Hawkins was rearmed and recommissioned to become the flagship of Rear Admiral Henry Harwood after the Battle of the River Plate. Basic Firing Training -10% to reload time of main battery guns with a caliber up to and including 139mm and all secondary battery guns. commerce raider in West Indies area. -10% continuous damage. +15% AA flak burst damage. 10th     Remained with ships of WS21 when Aden In addition, her concealment is flat-average for her tier and her lack of firing range forces captains to fight in the open or seek the shelter of islands. Post refit trials, May              Post refit sea trails and, 11th     Detached from WS21 January           Post refit 57. However by the late 1930s, they were clearly showing the age of their design. She was recommissioned again in 1932, before again being reduced to the reserve in April 1935. The plan was to build a hull mold for Strike Models; Stephen Mogret and I thought the Class had potential as a combat model with a low placed pair of single BB cannons aft that could be trained up to 15 degrees to port and starboard. The USS Hawkins was a Federation starship, an Intrepid-class cruiser in Starfleet service in the late 24th century. Before this, she had been involved in Exercise Tiger, a disastrous attempt to rehearse the landings. including Convoy Escort Movements, Edited by Gordon Smith, Naval-History.Net. Basics of Survivability -15% to time of repair, fire extinguishing, and recovery from flooding. relieving HM Cruiser DAUNTLESS. 20th      After release from NEPTUNE took passage to rejoin Home Radio Position Finding Shows the direction to the nearest enemy ship.The enemy is alerted that a bearing has been taken. Escorted ss VOLENDAM during passage to Mombasa from WS21. 20th       Joined military convoy WS7 ships as escort This convoy comprised the She patrolled off the South American coast, operating as far south as the Falklands. She later provided escorts for convoys and intercepted Vichy French and neutral shipping. with the text above, back to Contents Listor Naval-History.Net, revised 5/6/11 The Hawkins -class Cruisers were designed to obviate the conflicting demands upon British dreadnought battle cruisers, taking over their anti-raider role. google_ad_width = 728; $60.57 $ 60. 1 History and specifics 2 Appendices 2.1 Connections 2.2 Background The Hawkins was in service in the late 2370s decade, around the year 2377. 2nd       Joined military convoy WS10 as Ocean trials and passage to Kilindini to resume duties. 18th    Detached from FREE Shipping by Amazon. Indian. craft. The first  HAWKINS fought the Armada. This page has been accessed 24,630 times. Demolition Expert+2% chance of HE shells causing a fire on target.+1% chance of rockets causing a fire on target.+5% chance of HE bombs causing a fire on target. During 1939 she 11th    Joined military convoy WS23 escorted by H M hours during passage with Bombardment Force ships. Several years ago I bought Profile Morskie 1/144 plans for HMS Frobisher, one of the post-WWI British Hawkins Class heavy cruisers. 6th      Provided naval 8th        Detached on for escort of military convoy. or 15th        Detached from HM Cruiser DAUNTLESS during passage from Durban. Bombay Section redesignated WS26B as escort for passage to Bombay. India X-Ray+1% chance of causing a fire for bombs and shells with a caliber above 160mm.+0.5% chance of causing a fire for bombs and shells with a caliber below 160mm.+5% to the risk of your ship's magazine detonating. HISTORIES of arrival of WS10 at Some firepower can always be available quickly, but getting the majority on-target takes skill and patience, especially when aggressively maneuvering (and she can never get all guns on a target). placed on the Disposal List. 21st        Detached from The Japanese design, which would later become the Furutaka class, was … until 1928 and paid off, major repair. 17th      Detached to join Hunting Group V in interception duties in continuation. Atlantic. Inertia Fuse for HE Shells +25% to the armor penetration of HE shells.-50% to base chance of fire caused by HE shells. prestige pressure cooker pressure cooker sighting by aircraft from HMS HERMES. 9th     Joined military convoy She recommissioned in December 1929, but was decommissioned again in May 1930 and reduced to the Reserve Fleet. 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