Laforey

Some articles on laforey:

HMS Laforey (G99) - Career - Force Q
... Laforey and her flotilla were assigned to Bône as part of Force Q at the start of 1943 ... The ships of the force came under heavy air attack and Laforey had to sink the tanker SS British Metal on 6 January after she had been set on fire ... Laforey carried out interception patrols and convoy defence throughout February and March ...
Sir Charles Thompson, 1st Baronet - Later Service
... Also during this time in the Indies, Laforey and Thompson's feud reignited over Laforey conduct as commander-in-chief at the Leeward Islands, thus providing an excuse for First Lord of the ...
John Laforey - French Revolutionary Wars
... In 1789, after a legal challenge and a long dispute, Laforey was granted his flag with seniority back to 1787 and was also made a baronet as compensation from friends in the Admiralty ... With this promotion secured, Laforey returned to the Leeward Islands as commander in chief, where he was still stationed at the outbreak of the French ... of the confused situation of the French colonies, Laforey raised the Antigua militia and invaded and captured the French colony of Tobago in a short and highly ...
HMS Laforey
... Two ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Laforey, after Admiral Sir Francis Laforey HMS Laforey was a Laforey class destroyer ... HMS Laforey was an L class destroyer, launched in 1941 and sunk in 1944 ...