List of Royal Norwegian Navy ships


List of Royal Norwegian Navy ships

A list of Royal Norwegian Navy fleet units and vessels, both past and present. The list might not be fully up-to-date or complete. If you have any additional information, feel free to contribute.

Ships from the years 1509 to 1814 might be listed under Royal Dano-Norwegian Navy.

Fleet units and vessels (present)

Frigate branch

*"Fridtjof Nansen" class frigate Two delivered, three more under construction.
**"Fridtjof Nansen"
**"Roald Amundsen"
* Support vessels:
** "Horten" (A530), training vessel [ [http://www.mil.no/sjo/keskdr/overflate/start/fartoyer/horten/ Mil.no on KNM "Horten"] no icon]
** "Reinøysund" (L4502), support vessel (former landing vessel)
** "Rotsund" (L4505), support vessel (former landing vessel)
* Royal Yacht:
** "Norge" (A553) (formerly "Philante", a private yacht of British ownership; escort vessel during WWII)

Mine Branch

*1st Mine Clearing Squadron
** "Oksøy" class mine hunter (1994)
*** "Oksøy" M340
*** "Karmøy" M341
*** "Måløy" M342
*** "Hinnøy" M343
** "Alta" class mine sweeper (1996):
*** "Alta" M350
*** "Otra" M351
*** "Rauma" M352
*** "Orkla" M353 (Ship sunk due to fire on 19.11.2002)
*** "Glomma" M354
* Minesweeper/minelayer:
** "Tyr" (N50), discovered wreck of U-735 in 1999 and wreck of Royal Navy destroyer HMS "Hunter" in 2008.
* Mine Clearance Command (divers)

Submarine Branch

The submarine fleet consists of several "Ula" class submarines.

* 1st Submarine Squadron (Diesel-electric "Ula" class submarines)::* "Ula" (S300):* "Utsira" (S301):* "Utstein" (S302) :* "Utvær" (S303):* "Uthaug" (S304):* "Uredd" (S305)

MTB Branch

The Coastal Warfare fleet consists of several "Hauk" class patrol boats, and one brand new "Skjold" class missile patrol boat.

* Missile Torpedo Boat Command
** Missile Patrol Boat ("Skjold" class):
*** "Skjold" (P960)
** 21st Missile Torpedo Boat Squadron ("Hauk" class):
*** "Tjeld" (P989)
*** "Stegg" (P994)
*** "Ravn" (P996)
*** "Geir" (P998)
** 22nd Missile Torpedo Boat Squadron ("Hauk" class):
*** "Skarv" (P990)
*** "Jo" (P992)
*** "Falk" (P995)
*** "Gribb" (P997)
*** "Erle" (P999)'
** Out of service:
*** "Hauk" (P986)
*** "Ørn" (P987)
*** "Terne" (P988)
*** "Teist " (P991)
*** "Lom" (P993)
** Support vessel:
*** "Valkyrien" (A535)

Naval Ranger Branch

* Norwegian Naval Special Operations Commando (Naval Ranger Command)
* Coastal Ranger Command
* Norwegian Mine Diver Command
* Tactical Boat Squadron
** Combat Boat 90 (1996)
***"Trondenes"
***"Skrolsvik"
***"Kråkenes"
***"Stangnes"
***"Kjøkøy"
***"Mørvika"
***"Kopås"
***"Tangen"
***"Oddane"
***"Malmøya"
***"Hysnes"
***"Brettingen"
***"Løkhaug"
***"Søviknes"
***"Hellen"
***"Osternes"
***"Fjell"
***"Lerøy"
***"Torås"
***"Møvik"

Logistics Branch

In the process of establishing a "logistics on keel" system.

Coast Guard units and vessels

* Coast Guard Squadron North
** "Svalbard"
** "Nordkapp" class
*** "Andenes"
*** "Nordkapp"
*** "Senja"
** "Harstad"
** "Chieftain"
** "Thorsteinson"
** "Sjøveien"
** "Nysleppen"
** "Barentshav"
** "Torsteinson"
** "Åhav"
** "Kongsøy"
** "Stålbas"

* Coast Guard Squadron South
** "Ålesund"
** "Eigun"
** "Lafjord"
** "Titran"
** "Garsøy"
** "Agder"
** "Tromsø"

* Future Vessels
** 6 vessels of the "Nornen" class ordered
** 3 new hybrid diesel-LNG vessels, two to be named "Barentshav" and "Sortland" and one unnamed ordered

Naval Schools

* Royal Norwegian Naval Basic Training Establishment, HNoMS "Harald Haarfagre", Stavanger
* Royal Norwegian Navy Officer Candidate School, Horten
* Royal Norwegian Naval Academy, Laksevåg, Bergen
* Royal Norwegian Naval Training Establishment, HNoMS "Tordenskjold", Haakonsvern, Bergen

[http://odin.dep.no/fd/engelsk/publ/veiledninger/010051-120159/dok-bn.html Fact sheet from Department of Defence]

Navy vessels (future)

The Norwegian Navy is undergoing a major modernization project to fortify its position as a modern and competent fleet. Some of these projects are the construction of 5 new "Fridtjof Nansen" class Aegis frigates, 6 new "Skjold" class patrol boats and numerous upgradings of existing models and vessels. The plans are scheduled to be completed by 2010, and Norway will then have some of the most advanced vessels of their class in the world.

* Frigates:
** "Fridtjof Nansen" (F310). Launched June 3, 2004. Commissioned April 5, 2006.
** "Roald Amundsen" (F311). Commissioned May 21, 2007.
** "Otto Sverdrup" (F312). Expected commissioning 2007.
** "Helge Ingstad" (F313). Expected commissioning 2008.
** "Thor Heyerdahl" (F314). Expected commissioning 2009.
* Missile Patrol Boats:
** "Storm" (P961)
** "Skudd" (P962)
** "Steil" (P963)
** "Glimt" (P964)
** "Gnist" (P965)

Navy vessels (past)

Several earlier battleships are listed under Denmark.

Amphibious landing vessels

** "Kvalsund" class
*** "Kvalsund" (1968-1991)
*** "Raftsund"
** "Reinøysund" (2) class
*** "Reinøysund" Still in use or in reserve?
*** "Rotsund" Still in use or in reserve?
*** "Borgsund"
*** "Sørøysund" (L4503) (Later rebuilt to Tjeldsund class)
*** "Maursund" (L4504) (Later rebuilt to Tjeldsund class)
** "Tjeldsund" class
*** "Tjeldsund" (L4506)

Armed auxiliaries

** "Alpha" (1904-1940?) patrol boat
** "Alversund" (1926-1940) patrol boat, sunk by own crew.
** "Andenes" (?-1940?) patrol boat
** "Aud I" (?-1940?) patrol boat
** "Bergholm" used as MCM vessel and Shetland Bus.
** "Beta" (1900-1940?) patrol boat
** "Bjerk" (1912-?) patrol boat
** "Blink" (1896-1940?) patrol boat
** "Blåsel" patrol boat
** "Commonwealth" (1912-1940?) patrol boat
** "Honningsvåg", naval trawler, originally the German trawler "Malangen", captured by Norwegian forces at Honningsvåg 13 April 1940
** "Pol III", armed whaler; engaged German Kampfgruppe 5 on April 8 1940, its captain, Leif Welding-Olsen, became the first Norwegian uniformed casualty of WWII
** "Bodø" Sunk by a mine 1943

Coastal defence ships

** "Tordenskjold" class
*** "Tordenskjold" (1897-1948)
*** "Harald Haarfagre" (1897-1948)
** "Eidsvold" class
*** "Eidsvold" (1901-1940) - Torpedoed at Narvik April 9, 1940.
*** "Norge" (1900-1940) - Torpedoed at Narvik April 9, 1940.
** "Bjørgvin" class
***"Bjørgvin" (1912) - Confiscated by the Royal Navy and renamed HMS "Glatton", blew up in September 1918.
***"Nidaros" (1912) - Confiscated by the Royal Navy and renamed HMS "Gorgon".

Corvettes

** "Ørnen" (1829-1874)
** "Nordstjernen" (1844-1858)
** "Nordstjernen" (1864-1940/1945)
** "Ørnen" (1849-1846)
** "Nidaros" (1841-1903)
** "Ellida" (1849-1866)
** "Nornen"
** "Flower" class Six vessels received from the Royal Navy
*** "Andenes" ex. HMS "Acanthus"
*** "Nordkyn" ex. HMS "Buttercup"
*** "Eglantine" ex. HMS "Eglantine"
*** "Montbretia" ex. HMS "Montbretia" Sunk by U-262 on 18 November 1942.
*** "Potentilla" (1942-1944) ex. HMS "Potentilla"
*** "Rose" ex. HMS "Rose"
**** "Polarfront II" ex. HMS "Bryony" Used as weathership.
** "Castle" class One vessel received from the Royal Navy
*** "Tunsberg Castle" ex. HMS "Shrewsbury Castle" was sunk by a mine near Båtsfjord, Norway on 12 December 1944.
** "Sleipner" class Two vessels built.
*** "Sleipner" (1965-1992)
*** "Æger" (1967-1992)

Destroyers

** "Draug" class
*** "Draug" (1910-1943) In Norwegian service until scrapped 1943
*** "Troll" (1912-1949) In German hands from 1940 to 1945.
*** "Garm" (1913-1940) Sunk by Luftwaffe bombers April 26 during the Norwegian campaign
** "Sleipner" class Six vessels made in Norway from 1936 to 1939.
*** "Sleipner" (1937-1959) In Norwegian service during the war.
*** "Gyller" (1938-1959) In German hands from 1940 to 1945.
*** "Æger" (1938-1940) Sunk by German bombers April 9, 1940, at the beginning of Operation Weserübung after first sinking the German supply ship "Roda" and shooting down two Luftwaffe bombers
*** "Odin" (1939-1959) In German hands from 1940 to 1945.
*** "Balder" (1939-1952)
*** "Tor" (1939-1959)
** "S" class aka. Savage class
*** "Svenner" (1944-Torpedoed and sunk on D-Day, 6 June 1944)
*** "Stord"
** "Town" class Five vessels on loan from the Royal Navy.
*** "Lincoln" (1942-1944)
*** "St Albans" (1941-1944)
*** "Mansfield" (1940-1942)
*** "Bath" (1941)
*** "Newport" (1941-1942)
** "C" class Four vessels bought from Great Britain in 1946 and 1947.
*** "Oslo" (1947-1965) ex. HMS Crown (R46)
*** "Bergen" ex. HMS Cromwell (R35)
*** "Trondheim" ex. HMS Croziers (R27)
*** "Stavanger" ex. HMS Crystal (R38)
** "Hunt" class type II
*** "Arendal" ex.HMS Badsworth (L03)
*** "Haugesund" ex. HMS Beuforth (L14)
*** "Tromsø" ex. HMS Zetland (L59)
** "Hunt" class type III
*** "Glaisdale" (1942-1961), Later renamed "Narvik"
*** "Eskdale" (1942-1943)

Frigates

** "Freia" (1828-1870)
** "Desideira" (1854-1920)
** "St Olaf" (1860-1924)
** "Kong Sverre" (1864-1932)
** "Oslo" class Five vessels built.
*** "Oslo" (F300) (1966-1994)
*** "Bergen" (F301) (1967-2005)
*** "Trondheim" (F302) (1966-2006)
*** "Stavanger" (F303) (1967-1998)
*** "Narvik" (F304) (1966-2007) transferred to the Royal Norwegian Navy Museum.
** "River" class Formerly Canadian
*** "Draug" (1956-1964) Ex. HCMS Penetang
*** "Garm" (1956-1977) Ex. HCMS Toronto Rebuilt in 1965 to serve as support vessel for torpedo boats under the name Valkyrien.
*** "Troll" (1959-1973) Rebuilt in 1965 to serve as supportvessel for submarines under the name HNoMS Horten.

Gunships

** 1. class
*** "Ellida" (1882-1925)
*** "Sleipner" (1878-1935)
*** "Viking" (1891-1920)
*** "Frithjof" (1895-1928)
** 2. class
*** "Vale" class
**** "Vale" (1874-1946)
**** "Brage" (1878-1945)
**** "Nor" (1878-1949)
**** "Uller" (1876-1940)
**** "Vidar" (1878-1947)
*** "Gor" class
**** "Gor" (1884-1945)
**** "Tyr" (1887-1945)
*** "Æger" (1894-1932)


=Steam gunships=

** "Rjukan" (1861-1893)
** "Sarpen" (1861-?)
** "Lougen" (1864-1903)
** "Glommen"


=Submarine hunters=

** "Hessa" (P358)
** "Hitra" (museum vessel)
** "Vigra" (P359)
** "King Haakon VII" (1942-1951) Former US submarine chaser USS PC 467.

Submarines

** "Kobben" (1909-1933) Renamed "A-1" in 21 February 1913. The tower of Kobben is preserved at the Royal Navy Officers' Training School at Horten.
** "A" class Three vessels were bought in 1913, a fourth was ordered in 1914 (A-5) but was confiscated by the Imperial German Navy at the outbreak of World War I.
*** "A-2" (1913-1940)
*** "A-3" (1913-1940)
*** "A-4" (1913-1940)
** "B" class Six vessels of the US Holland type built on licence in Norway from 1922 to 1929.
*** "B-1" (1922-1946) Escaped to the UK 8 June 1940.
*** "B-2" (?-1940) Captured by Germans on 11 April.
*** "B-3" (?-1940) Scuttled by own crew to prevent German capture.
*** "B-4" (?-1940) Captured by Germans on 10 April.
*** "B-5" (?-1940) Captured by Germans on 11 April.
*** "B-6" (1929-1940) Surrendered to German troops on 18 May under threat of bombing of Florø city.
** "U" class
*** "Uredd" ex. HMS P41, (1941-1943)
*** "Ula" ex. HMS Varne, (1943-1965)
** "V" class
*** "Ula" ex. HMS Varne, Given to Norway by Britain in 1943
*** "Utstein", ex. HMS "Venturer", sold to Norway in 1946.
*** "Uthaug", ex. HMS Votary, sold to Norway in 1946.
*** "Utvær", ex. HMS "Viking", sold to Norway in 1946.
*** "Utsira", ex. HMS Variance
** "K" class
*** "Kya", ex-U-926
*** "Kaura", ex-U-995
*** "Kinn", ex-U-1202
** "Kobben" class Fifteen vessels built from 1964 to 1967.
*** "Kinn" (1964-1982) Deliberately sunk in Bjørnefjorden in 1990.
*** "Kya" (1964-1991) Transferred to the Royal Danish Navy as HDMS "Springeren" in 1991.
*** "Kobben" (1964-2001) Transferred to the Polish Navy as ORP "Jastrząb" to be used for parts.
*** "Kunna" (1964-?) Transferred to Poland as ORP "Kondor" in 2004.
*** "Kaura" (1965-?) Transferred to Denmark to be used for parts in 1991.
*** "Ula" (1965-1998) Changed name to Kinn in 1987. Scrapped in 1998.
*** "Utsira" (1965-1998) Scrapped 1998.
*** "Utstein" (1965-1998) Transferred to the Royal Norwegian Navy Museum in 1998.
*** "Utvær" (1965-1989) Transferred to Denmark as HDMS "Tumleren" in 1989.
*** "Uthaug" (1966-1990) Transferred to Denmark as HDMS "Sælen" in 1990.
*** "Sklinna" (1966-2001) Scrapped in 2001.
*** "Skolpen" (1966-2002) Transferred to Poland as ORP "Sęp" in 2002.
*** "Stadt" (1966-1990) Scrapped.
*** "Stord" (1967-2002) Transferred to Poland as ORP "Sokół" in 2002.
*** "Svenner" (1967-2003) Also a training ship. To Poland as ORP "Bielik" in 2003.


=Minesweepers=

** "Børtind"(1912-?) Refitted guard vessel
** "Otra" First purpose built Norwegian minesweeper
** "Rauma" Second purpose built Norwegian minesweeper
** "Sauda" class
*** "Kvina"
*** "Ogna"
*** "Sauda"
*** "Sira"
*** "Tana"
*** "Tista"
*** "Utla"
*** "Vosso"
*** "Glomma"
*** "Alta" (M314) (museum vessel)
** "Syrian"
** "Nordhav II"
** "Drøbak"

Minelayers

**"Glommen" class
***"Glommen" (1916-1950)
***"Laugen" (1918-1950)
** "Frøya" (1918-1940)
** "Olav Tryggvason" (1934-1940)
** "Gor" class Formerly US Navy Auk class.
*** "Brage" ex. USS Triumph (1961-1991)
*** "Gor"
*** "Uller"
*** "Tyr"
** "Vidar" class Two vessels built in Norway.
*** "Vidar" (N52) (1977-2006) Sold to the Latvian Navy in 2006.
*** "Vale" (N53) (1978-2003)Given to the Latvian Navy in 2003.


=Orlogsbrigg=

** "Fredriksværn" (1817-1854)
** "Lolland" (1818-1847)
** "Statsraad Erichsen" (1859-1902)

Offshore patrol vessels

** "Heimdal" (1892-1946)
** "Fridtjof Nansen" (1930-1940)
** "Nordkapp" (1937-1954)

Torpedo boats

** "Rap" (1873-1920) - the first modern torpedo boat.
** "Ulven" (1878-1923)
** 2. class aka. Lyn class 27 built from 1882.
*** "Lyn"
*** "Rask" (1885-?)
*** "Pil" (1886-?)
*** "Snar" (1887-?)
*** "Orm" (1888-?)
*** "Kjell" (1912-1940) Captured by Germans and used as a patrol boat under the name "Grenadier", sunk 28.09.1944 by British aircraft.
** 1. class Ten vessels built from 1892.
** 3. class One small harbour and fjord torpedo boat built in 1899.
*** "Myg" (1899-?)
** "Oter" (1888-?)
** "Raket" (1894-?)
** "Varg" (1894-?)
** "Glimt" (1897-?)
** "Djerv" (1897-1940) Refitted as minesweeper. Sunk by own crew in Sognefjorden.
** "Storm" (1898-?)
** "Brand" (1898-?)
** "Trods" (1898-?)
** "Dristig" (1899-1940) Refitted as minesweeper. Sunk by own crew in Sognefjorden.
** "Laks" (1900-?)
** "Sild" (1900-?)
** "Sæl" (1901-1940)
** "Skrei" (1901-?)
** "Hauk" (1902-?)
** "Falk" (1902-?)
** "Ørn" (1903-?)
** "Ravn" (1903-?)
** "Grib" (1905-?)
** "Jo" (1905-?)
** "Lom" (1905-?)
** "Skarv" (1906-?)
** "Teist" (1907-?)
* "Trygg" class Three 256 ton vessels built between 1919 and 1921
**"Trygg" (1919-1940) Sunk, then salvaged by the Germans in 1940.
** "Snøgg" (1920-1940) Captured by the Germans in 1940.
** "Stegg" (1921-1940) Sunk in battle in 1940.
* "MTB 5" (1940)
* "MTB 6" (1940-1941)
* "MTB 56" (1941-1942)
*"Fairmile D" class aka D class. Ten vessels were in Norwegian service at the end of WWII. Seven of them were used until 1959.
*"Elco" class Ten vessels received from the US Navy as part of a weapons aid program in 1951.
** "Snøgg" ex US Navy PT-602
** "Sel" ex US Navy PT-603
** "Sild" ex US Navy PT-604
** "Skrei" ex US Navy PT-605
** "Snar" ex US Navy PT-606
** "Springer" ex US Navy PT-608
** "Hai" ex US Navy PT-609
** "Hauk" ex US Navy PT-610
** "Hval" ex US Navy PT-611
** "Hvass" ex US Navy PT-612
* "Tjeld" class aka. Nasty class 20 vessels built in Norway from 1959 to 1966.
** "Tjeld" (1959-1992) Renamed Sel. Transferred to Naval Reserve and used by Sea Home Guard. Sold for scrapping 1992.
** "Skarv" (1959-1981) Sold to Stapletask Ltd, Sittingbourne, Kent, England.
** "Teist" (1960-1981) Sold to Stapletask Ltd, Sittingbourne, Kent, England.
** "Jo" (1960-1981) Sold to Stapletask Ltd, Sittingbourne, Kent, England.
** "Lom" (1961-1981) Sold to Stapletask Ltd, Sittingbourne, Kent, England.
** "Stegg" (1961-1992) Renamed Hval. Transferred to Naval Reserve and used by Sea Home Guard. Sold for scrapping 1992.
** "Hauk" (1961-1992) Renamed Laks. Transferred to Naval Reserve and used by Sea Home Guard. Sold for scrapping 1992.
** "Falk" (1961-1981) Sold to Stapletask Ltd, Sittingbourne, Kent, England.
** "Ravn" (1961-1992) Renamed Knurr. Transferred to Naval Reserve and used by Sea Home Guard. Sold for scrapping 1992.
** "Gribb" (1961-?) Renamed Delfin. Transferred to Naval Reserve and used by Sea Home Guard. Was planned to be preserved by Kværner Mandal A/S, but later sold for scrapping.
** "Geir" (1962-1981) Sold to Stapletask Ltd, Sittingbourne, Kent, England.
** "Erle" (1962-1981) Sold to Stapletask Ltd, Sittingbourne, Kent, England.
** "Sel" (1963-1981) Sold to Stapletask Ltd, Sittingbourne, Kent, England.
** "Hval" (1964-1981) Sold to Stapletask Ltd, Sittingbourne, Kent, England.
** "Laks" (1964-1981) Sold to Stapletask Ltd, Sittingbourne, Kent, England.
** "Hai" (1964-?) Transferred to Naval Reserve and used by Sea Home Guard. Plans are currently underway for Hai to be preserved as a museum ship in Fredrikstad.
** "Knurr" (1964-1981) Sold to Stapletask Ltd, Sittingbourne, Kent, England.
*** "Lyr" (1965-1992) Transferred to Naval Reserve and used by Sea Home Guard. Sold for scrapping 1992.
** "Skrei" (1965-?) Transferred to Naval Reserve and used by Sea Home Guard. Transferred to the Royan Norwegian Navy Museum and preserved as a museum ship.
** "Delfin" (1966-1984) Given to Friends of the Shetland bus as a preservation project, but the project failed and the ship was given to a private person.
* Rapp class Six vessels built in Norway from 1952 to 1956.
** "Rapp"
** "Rask" (?-1970)
* "Storm" class 20 vessels built from 1965 to 1967.
** "Arg"
** "Blink"
** "Brann"
** "Brask"
** "Brott"
** "Djerv"
** "Glimt"
** "Gnist"
** "Hvass"
** "Kjekk"
** "Odd"
** "Pil"
** "Rokk"
** "Skjold"
** "Skudd"
** "Steil"
** "Storm"
** "Traust"
** "Tross"
** "Trygg"
* "Snøgg" class Six vessels built from 1970 to 1971.
** "Kjapp"
** "Kvikk" (1970-1994)
** "Rapp"
** "Snøgg" (1970-1994)
** "Rask"
** "Snar"
* "Hauk" class Most vessels are still in operation.
** "Hauk" (P986)
** "Ørn" (P987)
** "Terne" (P988)
** "Teist" (P991)
** "Lom" (P993)

Training vessels, School ships

** "Christian Radich"
** "Haakon VII" (1958-1973) ex. USS Gardiners Bay School ship. Built as a "Seaplane Tender" for the US Navy.
** "Sørlandet"


=Monitors=

** "Skorpionen" class:
*** "Skorpionen" (1867-1908)
*** "Mjølner" (1869-1908)
*** "Thrudvang" (1870-1918)
** "Thor" (1876-1918)

Other ships

** "Brabant"
** "General von Krogh" (1813-?)
** "Capitain Hans Peter Holm" (1813-?)
** "Axel Thorsen"
** "Ormen Lange" longship (Long Serpent)

Footnotes

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*no iconVold, Ottar; Felttoget 1940 - avdelingenes påkjenninger og tap; 1995; ISBN 82 551 0413 5
*no icon [http://www.lokalhistoriskarkiv.no/arkivet/historiske_sider/horten_verft/byggenummer List of ships built by the main shipyard in Horten]
*no icon [http://www.mil.no/sjo/keskdr/undervann/start/historie/ Norwegian Submarine flotilla history]
*no icon [http://www.mil.no/languages/english/start/facts/navy/ Facts & Figures: The Royal Norwegian Navy]
*no icon [http://www.dinesider.no/customer/002956/archive/files/befalsbladet/bb104.pdf Befalsbladet 1/2004]
*no icon [http://www.mil.no/sjo/start/fakta/historie/ Royal Norwegian Navy history page]
*no icon [http://www.mil.no/sjo/start/fakta/historie/dagfordag/ Another Royal Norwegian Navy History page]
*no icon [http://www.fmu.mil.no/marine/Marinemuseet.htm Royal Norwegian Navy Museum web page]
*no icon [http://www.mil.no/felles/mmu/start/ Royal Norwegian Navy Museum web page at mil.no]
* [http://navalhistory.flixco.info/G/288057x9(a5557z1naZKNM)/259869/j0.htm Naval History via Flix: General View of Things Loosely Named By "KNM"]


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