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HMS Milne (G14)
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HMS Milne on completion, 1942
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Name: HMS Milne
Builder: Scotts, Greenock
Laid down: 24 January 1940
Launched: 30 December 1941
Commissioned: 6 August 1942
Fate: Sold to Turkish Navy on 27 April 1959, renamed Alp Arslam
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Name: Alp Arslam
Acquired: 27 April 1959
Honours and
Arctic (1943-44)
North Africa (1942-43)
Fate: Discarded 1970
General characteristics
Class & type: M-class Destroyer
Displacement: 1,920 tons standard
Length: 362 ft (110 m)
Beam: 37 ft (11 m)
Draught: 10 ft (3.0 m)
Propulsion: 2 boilers, 2 shaft geared turbines,
48,000 hp
Speed: 36 knots (67 km/h)
Crew: 236

HMS Milne (G14) was a M-class destroyer of the Royal Navy which served during World War II. She was built by Scotts, of Greenock, laid down 24 January 1940, launched 30 December 1941 and completed 6 August 1942. During the war she saw service in the Mediterranean and Arctic theatres. Following World War II Milne was transferred to the Turkish Navy in 1959 as Alp Arslan.



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