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HMS Sir Galahad

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Three ships of the Royal Navy and Royal Fleet Auxiliary have been named Sir Galahad, after the knight of Arthurian legend.

  • HMS Sir Galahad (T226) was a Round Table-class trawler used as a minesweeper in World War II
  • RFA Sir Galahad (1966) (L3005), a landing ship (logistic), was lost in the Falklands War
  • RFA Sir Galahad (1987) (L3005), a landing ship (logistic) named for (and given the same pennant number as) the previous Sir Galahad, was involved in the 2003 invasion of Iraq
  • References

    HMS Sir Galahad Wikipedia


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