Product images of HMS 'Antrim', a County-class guided-missile destroyer
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HMS 'Antrim', a County-class guided-missile destroyer
HMS 'Antrim' was laid down in 1966 but not completed until 1970. By 1975, when this photograph was taken, she had already had one major refit with her B turret replaced by four Exocet missile canisters. She served and received bomb damage in the Falklands conflict in 1982. She was eventually sold to the Chilean navy in 1984 and renamed 'Almirante Cochrane'.
- Image reference: N18253
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London