HMS

The abbreviation HMS (hms) may refer to:

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803 Naval Air Squadron - History - Interwar
... In the same month it embarked on HMS Eagle for the Far East, where it remained (transferring to HMS Hermes in January 1935) until disbandment on 1 October 1937 ... six Skuas and three Nimrods, the squadron embarked on the HMS Ark Royal in April 1938 as an RAF squadron but was transferred to Admiralty control on 24 May 1939 ...
HMS Neptune
... Nine ships and a naval base of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Neptune after the Roman god of the ocean HMS Neptune (1683) was a 90-gun second rate launched in 1683 ... She was rebuilt in 1710 and 1730 before being renamed HMS Torbay in her new incarnation as a third rate in 1750 ... HMS Neptune (1757) was a 90-gun second rate launched in 1757 ...
HMS - Other Uses
... of knot used by climbers or the type of carabiner used with the HMS knot Handheld, Manpack, Small Form Factor, radio transceivers in the United States' military Joint Tactical Radio System Medrysone, by trade ...
HMS Imperieuse
... Six ships and a training establishment of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Imperieuse ... HMS Imperieuse (1793) was a 40-gun fifth rate captured from the French in 1793 ... She was renamed HMS Unite in 1803, was on harbour service from 1832, and was broken up in 1858 ...
USCGC Itasca (1929)
... she received a name change, becoming HMS Gorleston (pennant Y92) after the East Anglian port of Gorleston on 30 May 1941 ... England and Sierra Leone with sister ships HMS Landguard and HMS Lulworth, lend lease destroyer HMS Stanley and Shoreham class sloop HMS Bideford ... assigned to the 42nd Escort Group with sister ship HMS Totland, River class frigates HMS Ness and HMS Exe, and sloops HMS Weston and HMS Folkestone escorting tanker ...