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There have been a number of Royal Navy ships called HMS Brazen
- HMS Brazen (1798) was the French privateer L'Invincible General Bonaparte, taken in 1798; Brazen was wrecked in January 1800 near Newhaven.
- HMS Brazen (1808) was a sixth-rate 28-gun sloop, launched in 1808 and broken up in 1848.
- HMS Brazen (1896) was the lead ship of the Brazen-class destroyers, a C-class destroyer built at the end of the 19th century.
- HMS Brazen (H80) was a B-class destroyer, built in 1930 and sunk by an air attack in 1940.
- HMS Brazen (F91) was a Type 22 frigate sold to the Brazilian Navy, which renamed her Bosisio. She is still in service and in 2009 participated in the search for Air France Flight 447, lost over the Atlantic.
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