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HMS Dragon Wikipedia
Several ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Dragon.Dragon (of Greenwich), a ship of 100 tons built in 1512 under Sir William Sidney in the war with France. Last mentioned 1514.
Dragon, a 140-ton three-masted ship depicted in the Anthony Roll of 1546. Built 1542 or 1544 and rebuilt 1551. Last mentioned 1553
Dragon (or Red Dragon), a galleon built in 1593 and last mentioned 1613.
HMS Dragon, a fourth-rate frigate launched in 1647, rebuilt in 1690 and 1707 and wrecked in 1711.
HMS Ormonde, a 50-gun fourth-rate ship of the line launched in 1711, renamed HMS Dragon in 1715, and broken up in 1733.
HMS Dragon, a 60-gun fourth-rate ship of the line launched in 1736, and scuttled as a breakwater in 1757.
HMS Dragon, a 74-gun third-rate ship of the line built in 1760 and sold in 1784.
HMS Dragon, a 74-gun third-rate ship of the line built in 1798 at Rotherhithe. Refitted in 1814, she served until 1815. She was broken up in 1850.
HMS Dragon, a 6-gun wooden paddle second-rate frigate built in 1845 and sold 1865, designed by Sir William Symonds, which served in the Baltic during the Crimean War.
HMS Dragon, a 6-gun Doterel-class screw sloop launched in 1878 and sold in 1892.
HMS Dragon, a twin-screw Banshee-class torpedo boat destroyer launched in 1894 and sold in 1912.
HMS Dragon, a Danae-class light cruiser launched in 1917 and scuttled off Normandy in 1944 while serving in the Polish navy as ORP Dragon.
HMS Dragon, is a Type 45 destroyer launched in November 2008
In addition the communications training centre in Swansea was commissioned as HMS Dragon between 1982 and 1994.