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|180k||HMRT Destiny (W-115) undergoing an inclining experiment at New York Navy Yard, 27 October 1942.
USS Plunkett (DD-431) is in the background.
US National Archives Photo, RG-19 textual files, Item S-22a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|17k||HMRT Destiny (W-115) under way, date and location unknown.
Royal Navy photo
|Courtesy John Wilson via Uboat.net|
|73k||HMRT Destiny (W-115) As seen from the Gold Beach landing command vessel
HMS Bulolo Destiny, along with other waiting supply ships, are riding out a storm at the Arromanches Anchorage off the Normandy beachhead, 20June 1944.
Bulolo, a converted passenger and cargo ship, had to move to this anchorage after receiving incoming fire from the German battery at Longues-sur-Mer when
she was anchored nearer to the landing beach.
Imperial War Museum Admiralty Official Collection, by Hampton, J.A (Lt), Photo No. © IWM (A 24397).
|77k||HMRT Destiny (W-115) tied to a mooring buoy, location unknown. Note ship's boat alongside.
Photo by Royal Navy official photographer. Photo # FL 10663 from the collections of the Imperial War Museums.
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