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The Bugle: Issue CVI, January 2015[edit]

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Gona Barracks and the six-inch gun reportedly from the HMAS Sydney[edit]

I have checked with the Qld Maritime Museum, who know nothing about this gun. They say the only six-inch gun they had came from the Cowan battery. So I have removed the reference to the QMM having the gun. But as they nothing of the gun in question, they could not help re the claim about coming from the HMAS Sydney. Not being a military history person, I don't really know where to go next to resolve this. Do you know where we might go? Kerry (talk) 04:17, 28 January 2015 (UTC)

The only Sydney I guns I know of are the ones mentioned at HMAS_Sydney_(1912)#Decommissioning_and_fate: 2 at Rottnest Island, one at Thursday Island. The sources I have do not mention any other used main guns from Sydney 1, and no artifacts of any size except a liferaft from Sydney 2. Seeing as the Queensland Heritage Register is the source cited to this questionable claim (and you've already disproven the claim that "its at the QMM" is the incorrect), asking the relevant authority (the Queensland Heritage Council?) for the origin of the statement is the best way forward. Either they can provide the origin of the claim (which could be used to strengthen the Gona Barracks and other articles), or they can't (and they remove the incorrect information from their database, improving what they provide to the community). Failing that, the Royal Australian Navy's Naval Heritage Centre may be able to help. -- saberwyn 11:32, 28 January 2015 (UTC)

The Bugle: Issue CVII, February 2015[edit]

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The Bugle: Issue CVIII, March 2015[edit]

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HMAS Anzac (G90)?[edit]

This discussion may be of intrest to you as you moved Anzac to its current location.Nigel Ish (talk) 19:05, 29 March 2015 (UTC)

Australian light destroyer project/Östergötland-class destroyer 'See also' sections (deleted).[edit]

Hi Saberwyn. I was planning to add more light destroyer types to the above sections, including those closer in time period to the respective programs. I am curious however, as to why you believe the DDLs and the Östergötlands have no connection what so ever. Not only were they both light destroyer types, but their original operational concepts were similar; in the case of the Östergötland class to help counter infiltration by Soviet underwater units including combat swimmers as well as to supplement existing destroyer classes such as the Halland and Öland. A major difference was that the DDL was intended to be the eventual basis for a family of naval vessels, while the goal of the Swedish Navy with the Östergötland class was for a cheap General Purpose combatant that could be built in large numbers. Both aims were to be ultimately frustrated; the DDL program by a combination of mission creep and political maneuvering while hopes for further Östergötlands were dashed by the, ah, interesting procurement politics in Sweden during the late 1950s and in particular the 1960s. This was despite the fact that the Östergötland class were arguably too austere.

On reflection, perhaps I should have called the section/s 'Ships of comparable era and/or role'. Ceannlann gorm (talk) 12:40, 31 March 2015 (UTC)

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DYK for HMAS Mildura[edit]

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