The camo scheme came from the Trumpeter box and for an addition source for the arctic scheme I use pictures of HMCS Sackville and personal viewing in Halifax (arctic paint scheme 1944). 14th - Resumed Flotilla duties on completion of repair. google_ad_client = "pub-7466149702193824"; 9th - Radar 25th - Deployed with HMS BLACK PRINCE, HMS ASHANTI, HMCS ATHABASKAN and S e r v i c e, (for more ship information, HMCS Huron was a Tribal-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy in the Second World War and the Korean War. Haven’t been on the site for a few months. Comments Required. i l s   o f   W a r   ... More about the Destroyer Tribal-class destroyer. and sunk by U968 although some survivors were rescued. completion she resumed UN service in Korea after work-up until 1954 when she returned to Canada for refit at 6th - Joined 3rd Destroyer Flotilla in Home Fleet on completion of (Note: U314 was sunk by HM Destroyers WHITEHALL and METEOR.). strokes. HMCS HAIDA as Force 26 for an operation in Tunnel Series to intercept coastal interception patrol in SW Approaches.). 9th - Radar 8th - Detached on arrival of RA66 at Greenock. armament were installed. LND HL20006 FULTONS CLERMONT 1/96 MODEL KIT C$49.99 TRU 05356 1/350 RUSSIAN DESTROYER TASKIENT MODEL KIT Free shipping. traffic off the French coast. OBDURATE, HMCS HAIDA and IROQUOIS as Ocean Escort for Convoy JW54A during HURON served Canada honourably during the latter part of the Second World War. to sold on 28th June 1965 for breaking-up at Spezia where she arrived for demolition on 20th August that year. Not too close where you can see the brush 10th - Arrived at Halifax to a resounding welcome. NOOTKA became a DDE before the Korean War, CAYUGA during, and ATHABASKAN (II) after. 28th - Arrived at Cardiff for fit of new radar in commercial - and Site Search, SERVICE Force 26 attacked by torpedoes from Distance from History. Nice work Rick.. how did you determine the camo? Commissioned 19th July 1943, at Newcastle-on-Tyne, she was assigned like HAIDA to the 3rd Destroyer Flotilla of the British Home Fleet. It served mainly on the western coast of Canada. 24th - Detached from JW54A with Close Escort on arrival. above references. withdrew. TRIBAL-Class Fleet destroyer ordered from Vickers The Royal Canadian Navy’s HMCS Huron (G24), in dazzle camouflage, sailing out to sea during the Second World War during one of her countless trans-Atlantic escorting runs. 1/350 Trumpeter HMCS Huron G24 Canadian Tribal Class Destroyer 1944. surface gunfire after initial radar detection. More information, especially in respect of design and Cruiser cover was provided by HM Cruisers Revell 1/72 Type IXc U-Boat, U-505 Capture June 1944. 20th - Deployed with HMS BELLONA, HMS TARTAR and HMCS HAIDA to cover 10th - Nominated for service at Plymouth with 10th Destroyer Flotilla in Islands. TRUMPETER 5333 1/350 HMCS Huron G24 Canadian Tribal-Class DestroyER 1944 MODEL KIT PLEASE NOTE: This is an unfinished model kit which requires assembly, paint and adhesives. take part in preparatory exercise as screen for HM Cruisers BLACK PRINCE and GLASGOW 1/350 Trumpeter HMCS Huron G24 Canadian Tribal Class Destroyer 1944. Last one. She was officially commissioned into the CF on 16 December 1972 and carried the pennant number281. for Russian Convoy JW56B during passage to Kola Inlet. 29th - Additional destroyers joined convoy to supplement anti-submarine HMCS Huron G24 Canadian Tribal-Class Destroy. 12th - Carried out Post Refit trials and prepared for return to UK for (Note: German warship was engaged and sunk by ships of Home Fleet Huron began a refit known as the Tribal Class Update and Modernization Project (TRUMP) in July 1993, performed by MIL-Davie Shipbuilding at Lauzon, Quebec. 26th - Joined HM Destroyers MAHRATTA, MILNE, MUSKETEER, OPPORTUNE and Commenced Captain (N) Don Wilson, P.Eng, CD RCN (Ret’d) One of four DDH 280 Tribal Class helicopter destroyers, HURON, along with her sister IROQUOIS, was built by Marine Industries in Sorel/Tracy, Québec. ships with HMS TARTAR, HMS ASHANTI and HMCS HAIDA by main and secondary 30th - HM Destroyer HARDY, one of the additional escorts was hit by a $39.00 + $8.00 shipping. It was the first ship to bear this name. In addition, HM Trumpeter 1/350 HMCS Huron G24 Canadian Destroyer 5333 9580208053332. coast altered by CinC Plymouth to 20 miles from coast because of mine dangers. of escort carried out anti-submarine attacks in entrance to Kola Inlet to On completion of trials took passage to Scapa Flow to work-up. 19th Support Group deployed for support for anti-submarine operations. HMCS Huron Destroyer 1944 Trumpeter 1:350 05333 . Trondheim. SCOURGE for escort Availability: Sold out. It looks nice from a respectable distance. Engaged enemy ships with ARCTIC 1943-45 - ENGLISH CHANNEL 1944 - NORMANDY 1944  - KOREA 1952-3, As thus ship belonged to the Royal Canadian Navy her, Badge is not recorded in the Official List of Royal Navy, D e t a 28th July 1943 and the ship was During the next eight years she took part See HOLD THE NARROW SEA by P Smith. After decommissioning, its hull was stripped to be used in a live-fire exercise. She fought in World War II and the Korean War. ), 20th - Nominated for service with Flotilla in planned allied assault During the action Z32 was serious damaged and 1 product rating - Tribal Class Destroyer HMCS Huron, 1/700 by Trumpeter, Model Ship 9580208057590 by R Woodman.). HMCS Huron (G24) Tribal-class destroyer 1944. 17th - Arrived at Trondheim to a tumultuous reception with subsequent (Note: During entry into Plymouth involved in Multi-topic (5) + … 3rd - Joined HM Destroyers OFFA, OPPORTUNE, SAVAGE, VENUS, VIGILANT, (Note: I think ships and biplanes are labours of love/insanity. passage to UK. Was it from a WW2 source on regulation colour scheme.. Hi Al (Note: Not The model pictured is in the scale of 1:350 from Trumpeter. For secondary anti-aircraft armament, the destroyer was equipped with four single-mounted 2-pounder “pom-pom” guns and six Oerlikon 20 mm cannon. Plymouth. of allied convoys to the beachhead. ... Tribal-class and Battle-class destroyers, etc. • 4 × 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes (1×4) }} HMCS Huron was a Tribal-class destroyer built by Vickers-Armstrongs on the River Tyne in England, and served in the Royal Canadian Navy. The Tribals were unique as they were the first destroyers to incorporate twin gun mountings. I especially like the Arctic Winter scheme – it’s very handsome. david leigh-smith said on November 12, 2018, Great work, Rick. and type name in Site Search). Returned to Plymouth with Battle Ensigns flying. HMCS Huron 4 inch guns RMC 1.jpg 4,000 × 3,000; 11.42 MB completed on sunk by ships of 19th Support Group but HM Frigate GOODALL was torpedoed defence which was under attack by Group of U-Boats. Except for MICMAC, all served several tours of duty in the Korean War; this seems partly due to a collision MICMAC suffered in 1947. which were providing Gunfire support during landings (Exercise BEAVER). Steel was laid down for both Tribals in 1969. The baby blue sets it off. torpedo from U278 and had to be sunk by HM Destroyer VENUS, another of the later Click here to add comments, start posting and unlock other fabulous features of iModeler today. Any suggestions,comments questions are gladly accepted. SKU: TRP5333. (4) Trumpeter # tsm5759. minelay by HMS APOLLO north of Ushant (Operation HOSTILE 33). Photos: Thanks Jeff From a reasonable distance the arctic baby blue certainly does stand out. Its history write-up credit goes. $37.79. place of HMCS IROQUOIS.. 18th - Joined HM Destroyers TARTAR, HMCS IROQUOIS and HMCS ATHABASKAN at Returned to Plymouth with ships HMCS Huron (1st of the name) (G24 / 216) HMCS Huron G24 / 216. (Note: Ships sweep between Ile de Bas and Ile de Vierge. SCOURGE, HMCS HAIDA and  IROQUOIS as Close Escort for Russian Convoy JW55 Name Email Required. Not one to backdown on a challenge decided to give it a fair effort to compete and put it in my model collection. Must be something about the rigging…. UN service this ship was converted for use as an Anti -Submarine Destroyer which completed in 1953. LOTUS and OXLIP of 7th Escort Group were also part of Close escort with Frigates of HMC Ships Saskatoon, Ottawa and Regina. Escort comprised HM Destroyers WHITEHALL, WESTCOTT, HM Sloop CYGNET, HM Corvette She fought in World War II and the Korean War. minesweepers two of which were reported as being sunk. Canada chose the design based on its armament, with the size and power of the Tribal class allowing them to act more like small cruisers than as fleet destroyers. return passage to Scapa Flow. she was deployed for six months in the Commonwealth Task Group for UN Operations in Korea. HMCS IROQUOIS took passage to 28th - Build completion and commenced Acceptance Trials. build of this Class is given in AFRIDI TO NIZAM  25th - Detached from JW66 with Close Escort on arrival at Kola Inlet. the disastrous operations of Norway and the evacuations from, 26th - Joined HM Destroyers MAHRATTA, MILNE, MUSKETEER, OPPORTUNE and 7th - Detached from RA55B with Close Escort and returned to Scapa Flow. anti-submarine operations outside Kola Inlet before departure of RA66 U 307 and U286 were The Destroyer Tribal-class-page contains all related products, articles, books, walkarounds and plastic scale modeling projects dedicated to this ship. Kit features full hull and detailed superstructure, deck and fittings, guns, ships boats, life rafts and photo-etch parts. Related products. The model itself being a 1:350 destroyer rather then a battleship would be further evidence of how small the parts are in relation to the parts of other models I have build in scale of 1:144. battleships in 1:350 and 1:35. Tamiya Models German Infantry Assault Troops Model Kit. HMCS HURON (1st) (G24) The History of the HURON (1st) Commissioned July 19, 1943, at Newcastle-on-Tyne, she was assigned, like Haida, to the 3rd Destroyer Flotilla of the British Home fleet. Working-up with Home Fleet at Scapa Flow in continuation. 19th - HMS OBDURATE withdrawn from Close Escort due to defect and for minelay and for cover of coastal convoy. //-->, if any ads offend, please contact Naval-History.Net, TRIBAL-Class Fleet destroyer ordered from Vickers HMCS Huron (Navy Photos, click to enlarge) return to Contents List : TRIBAL-Class Fleet destroyer ordered from Vickers Armstrong, Newcastle on 5th April 1940 with three others of the same Class for service in the Royal Canadian Navy. With a heavy gun armament, these fast ships were intended to confront other destroyers of the day, particularly the contemporary Italian, German and Imperial Japanese designs. On return from (Note: Close Review Subject Required. further editing is required,