HMS Inglefield (I02)

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Navy: Royal Navy
Type: Destroyer
Pennant: I 02 / D02
Mod: Flotilla leader 
Built by: Cammell Laird Shipyard (Birkenhead, U.K.) 
Ordered: 14 Nov, 1935 
Laid down: 29 Apr, 1936 
Launched: 15 Oct, 1936 
Commissioned: 25 Jun, 1937 
Complement: 145
Lost: 25 Feb, 1944 by German aircraft-launched, Hs.293 Sunk radio controlled glider bomb off Anzio. 
History: 14 Oct, 1939
The German submarine U-45 was sunk south-west of Ireland, in position 50.58N, 12.57W, by depth charges from the British destroyers HMS Inglefield, HMS Ivanhoe and HMS Intrepid.

20 Nov, 1939
The German submarine U-18 attacks the Royal Navy destroyer HMS Inglefield off Rattray Head with a spread of torpedoes but they miss their intended target.

25 Feb, 1940
The German submarine U-63 tried to attack convoy HN-14, in doing so she was sighted by the British submarine HMS Narwhal. The escorting destroyers HMS Escort, HMS Inglefield and HMS Imogen were warned. They located, attacked and sank U-63 with depth charges south east of the Shetland Islands.

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