Royal Navy Type 45 Destroyer HMS Dragon.  The Royal Navy's latest addition to the fleet, the Type 45 destroyer HMS Dragon is pictured exercising in the English Channel.

HMS Dragon Type 45 or Daring class air defence destroyer built for the Royal Navy

Type 45   13 Years, 6 Billion Quid and Six Ships

Type 45 - 13 Years, 6 Billion Quid and Six Ships

A Royal Navy Sea King helicopter lands on Type 45 destroyer HMS Diamond.

Brand new Type 45 destroyer HMS Duncan begins sea trials off Scotland.

Duncan, the Royal Navy’s sixth and final powerful new Type 45 Destroyer, has put to sea for the first time (August for trials where a blend of Royal Navy, Ministry of Defence and BAE Systems personnel will put her through her paces

Royal Navy Type 45 destroyer HMS Diamond built by BAE Systems

HMS Diamond, the Royal Navy’s third Daring class destroyer built by BAE Systems in Govan, made her first return visit to the River Clyde Wednesday February

Type 45 13 Years, 6 Billion Quid and Six Ships

Type 45 - 13 Years, 6 Billion Quid and Six Ships

Royal Navy Type 45 destroyer HMS Diamond is pictured turning at speed during Exercise Joint Warrior off the coast of Scotland.

It's a tight squeeze as Type 45 destroyer HMS Duncan is guided through a lock into Cardiff at the start of the NATO Summit.

It’s a tight squeeze as Type 45 destroyer HMS Duncan is guided through a lock into Cardiff at the start of the NATO Summit.

The Royal Navy Type 45 Destroyer, HMS Defender.

Picture of the HMS Defender Defender represents the fifth of six Type 45 guided missile destroyers entering service with the British Royal Navy.

Type 45   13 Years, 6 Billion Quid and Six Ships

Type 45 - 13 Years, 6 Billion Quid and Six Ships

Royal Navy Type 45 destroyer HMS Diamond pictured during Exercise Joint Warrior near Scotland.

Type 45 destroyers together for the first time.

Type 45 destroyers together for the first time. HMS Daring (rear) and Dauntless (front) conduct Officer of the Watch manoeuvres south of the Isle of Wight.

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