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Oct 4, 1986: The 8040 ton Spruance Class missile destroyer USS Paul F. Foster passes the reviewing ship HMAS Cook - Photo RAN Official.
3444. The 8,040 long tons [full load] Spruance Class destroyer USS Paul F. Foster makes an impressive sight as she passes the reviewing ship HMAS Cook. Built by Ingalls Shipbuilding at Pascagoula, Mississippi, and commissioned on Feb. 21, 1976, USS Paul F. Foster reminds us how early it was that the US Navy began building WWII cruiser-sized destroyers. USS Paul F. Foster decommissioned in 2003. She is seen here followed in line by the 1250 ton French frigate FNS Commandant Blaisson, and the Papua New Guinea Defence Force's Attack Class patrol boat PNGDFS Aitape. The RAN FFGs HMAS Sydney and HMAS Darwin are on either side of Fort Denison to the right. From top left are the LHS Labuan, USS Blue Ridge, and USS Missouri, with [not mapped] the RAN tanker and other reserve fleet ships at Athol Bight in the background. Photo: RAN Official, it appeared in John Mortimer's book 'The Royal Australian Navy: A Pictorial Review' [Mortimer, Canberra 1987] p85.Canberra
Three photo stitched panorama (Autostitch) shot from Mt Ainslie, ACT, Australia [December 2006 / Photos by Navinda / Canon EOS 350D]
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