Name This Ship!

Blackadder1916

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Well, I was going to post this in a different order but since someone mentioned subs let's try it this way.

42°30′N 5°24′E
 

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Eye In The Sky said:
Anyone up for some submarine RECCE?

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8)

HMS ASTUTE.

C'mon prove that she wasn't there!
 

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FSTO said:
HMS ASTUTE.

C'mon prove that she wasn't there!

In that picture she'd look more along the lines of this to me.  ;)

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* not the actual system I use.  I like keeping my sec clearance.
 

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And some views that may make it easier to identify.
 

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German U-boat tender Saar, converted to French naval vessel Gustave Zede ?

(Based on a Google image search)

http://letatave-a641.net/Saar-1.htm

 

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dapaterson said:
German U-boat tender Saar, converted to French naval vessel Gustave Zede ?

(Based on a Google image search)

http://letatave-a641.net/Saar-1.htm

You got it.
 

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Blackadder1916 said:
You got it.

In Chrome, a simple right click on any image gives the option to search for that image...

An easy one:

 

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Hmmmm....
 

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It is one of the upgraded Japanese Maritime Self-Defense force Atago class destroyers. Obviously can't tell which one from that picture
 

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Yep. Takanami class. FC3 radar. Gallium Nitrate array. I love how they develop some of their own stuff and then actually use it.
 
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