SHE IS THE FIRST OF HER CLASS TO BE ACCEPTED INTO SERVICE AND IS THE FIRST WARSHIP TO BE FITTED WITH FULLY AUTOMATIC SIX AND THREE INCH GUNS AND THEIR ASSOCIATE â¦ THE FIRST OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE NAVY'S LATEST CRUISER HMS TIGER, WHICH WAS COMMISSIONED 17 MARCH 1959, AT JOHN BROWN'S YARD ON THE CLYDE. Tiger class cruiser. The Royal Navy in the 20c. During conversion they had lost their much loved sleek cruiser lines and their new appearance was criticised for being an ungainly and inelegant 'push me-pull me' design, and both vessels were soon nicknamed 'Ugly Ducklings'. Seaforth, UK (2012)p47. Object Title HMS TIGER, BRITISH TIGER CLASS CRUISER. Tiger reportedly had so much material from Lion that her crew nicknamed her "HMS Liger". The first of the County-class, HMS Hampshire, commissioned in November 1962. The RN had 21 cruisers in 1957, nine in operation and by 1961 the cruiser fleet had declined to nine of which five were in service. The forward 3 inch mount was retained for GFS and as a useful CIWS against Soviet anti ship missiles, but the 3 inch guns were slowed from 120 rpm to 90 rpm to reduce servicing and shell use.  However Tigers 6-inch guns, usually jammed after 30 seconds firing, and didn't offer sustained bombardment support; RN argued that the first 30 seconds of engaging jet aircraft and warships was the critical determinant and aircraft would be shot down with short bursts of fire. D. R. Thorpe.The Life of Harold MacMillan. The claim in 1980 that they were capable of 15-20 years furthur operation would have been debateable. Construction of Tiger resumed, but to a new design, with Tiger becoming the name ship of the class.  The planned 40mm Bofors guns approved in 1954/57 as essential for close-in defence were omitted to give the crew space and comfort. It was fitted sometime after the war started but prior to May, 1915. By mid-May it was determined the ships would not be completed in time to take part in the war and the work was stopped. A modest refit would have allowed the World War 2 completed HMS Newfoundland, Ceylon and Belfast to run till 1966.  In his final 1951-55 spell as Churchill, with the support of Minister of Defence, Harold MacMillan and son in law Duncan Sandys, reverted to his late 1920s opposition to the Navy and plans of rising Sea Lord Mountbatten. When the economic difficulties of the late seventies came around, this led to a defence manpower drawdown that resulted in manpower shortages; although Tiger remained in service long enough to take part in the 1977 Silver Jubilee Fleet Review in celebration of Queen Elizabeth II.. Thought that time newer one have been built and older one continue to be upgrade and modernized. Ordered during World War II, she was completed only after its end. With 2 pairs of 274 and 275 directors. Centaur and Bulwark could have been so converted. Download and install Mike Hudsons ai-version. a Type 960 air warning radar at the top of the mainmast. They were originally designed to be Minotaur-class light cruisers. 1 × twin 6 in guns QF Mark N5 with RP15 (hydraulic) or RP53 (electric). The Tiger-class helicopter cruisers were the first of such a type in the Royal Navy, and the last cruisers built for the Royal Navy. At the end of 1959 she deployed to the Mediterranean for a year as the flagship of the Mediterranean Fleet. In 1913, Tiger was slated as part of the twelve ship orderto receive a director system for her main battery. She was christened by Lady Stansgate, the wife of William Benn, the Secretary of State for Air, and mother of MP Anthony Wedgewood Benn. One of her 3inch gun is on display outside TS Tiger Leicester Sea Cadets, Leicester. The structual modernisation work on these very old cruisers was immensely difficult and expensive for those forced to do the refitting and repair.  The RN believed that would give the Tigers a capability little beyond their planned 1946 fit, and much of the original DC circuits the MK 24 turrets and early Daring Mk 6 turrets used had been removed from the Tigers in 1948, there was a strong desire the new cruisers have AC power not DC or dual.. Whilst there was speculation that their 6-inch guns would be useful for shore bombardment, the real reason for their potential deployment was the size of their flight decks (at the time the third largest in the Royal Navy after the aircraft carriers Hermes and Invincible), and the potential to use them as mobile forward operating and refuelling bases for Task Force Harriers. When the Falklands War broke out in early April 1982, both ships were rapidly surveyed and it was determined both were in very good material shape, and both were immediately drydocked (Tiger in Portsmouth and Blake at Chatham) and recommissioning work was begun. The Tigers, improved Fiji, standard 6 inch gun cruisers built for surface gun action and bombardment did represent innovation in being fitted with much better AIO and more automated weapon control for surface and later air engagement. Bellerophon was renamed Tiger in 1945, and was launched, partially constructed, on 25 October 1945. The mid-ship mounted two twin mount 3 in guns intended to me maintained for close air defence and GFS were finally also removed, when it was decided to replace the Westland Wessex helicopters with the much larger Westland Sea King, 3 of which could barely be accommodated in a further enlarged hangar, which intruded too far into the 3-inch mounts arc of fire and the guns were replaced with two much lighter quad Seacat missile launchers. A controversial decision reflecting concern about a large Soviet Navy programme of cruisers and evidence of battlecruiser construction and modernisation of a Italian battleship acquired as war reparations and old Tsarist battleships, with 12 inch mounts still refitable. Rebuilding the Royal Navy. 1970-aug-29 C20 HMS Tiger present (in refit) at Plymouth Navy Days 1970. One aft twin mount 6 inch gun was removed to allow the addition of a large helicopter hangar and helicopter pad that would be capable of handling four helicopters.  Her large crew made her an expensive ship to operate and maintain. , During reconstruction and in the following years, material cannibalised from Lion was used to patch both Tiger and Blake. But they did serve and exist as prototype helicopter command cruisers and provided a argument to justify construction of replacement, Invincible class cruisers.. And while some funding had been assembled, not enough could be pulled together for Lion's conversion, and hers was cancelled, though she remained operational until the end of 1965. Of the suspended Minotaurs, Bellerophon was completed as Tiger, the name ship of the new Tiger class, Blake was completed under her own name,[Note 2] and Defence was completed as Lion. ", The ship's helicopter squadron increased the ship's peacetime complement to 885 (85 officers and 800 ratings), which put a strain on accommodation for the crew.  However the Tigers could have been completed in 1949-53 instead of the extensive reconstruction of HMS Birmingham and Newcastle and 2 early Daring class Destroyers with DC power. Both Churchill and Macmillan wanted only small carriers with a/s aircraft and Vixen interceptors with no strike capability. Her first captain was reported in the House of Lords to have said "that H.M.S. Work on Tiger was suspended in 1946, and she was laid up at Dalmuir. SuperMac., p292, Note the cf rising cost of RN ship reconstruction, nb, Refitting the Tigers in the 1980s would have been difficult,dangerous and expensive work to get them remotely seaworthy if hardly operational, too late for the Falklands and unlikely to have been operable for more than a year or two. The Standard of Power. In the previous decade British Prime Minister Winston Churchill had promoted Battle and Daring destroyers as a substitute, but 3000 ton displacement, lacked space. " During the 1964 general election campaign, the leader of the opposition, Harold Wilson, criticised the government for this during a speech at Plymouth. Work â¦ Originally built during the Cylon War, the Tiger Class Destroyer is the most produced colonial warship in history; serving within the Colonial Fleet for nearly fifty years. Year: Month: - (1/12) Optional : Day: - (1/31) Optional : Text: Add Event: History of C20 HMS Tiger: 1941-oct-1: Laid down: as HMS Bellerophon: 1945-oct-25: Launched: 1959-mar-18: Commissioned: 1959-nov-27: damaged by fire: 1961-aug-5: Deployment: â¦ The cruiser was later converted to a helicopter-carrying and guided missile cruiser in the early 1970s. "[c] Rear-Admiral Morgan-Giles suggested bringing HMS Eagle back into commission instead of manning the Blake and Tiger, which he said were "among the worst abortions which have ever been thrust on the Royal Navy. Originally scheduled as units of the 'Nlinotaur' classâof which Superb, Swiftsure and Minotaur (later HMCS Ontario) Were completed in 1944-45âthe 'Tigers' Were laid up â¦ Her two 6 inch turrets were insufficient to guarantee surface fire and were less effective in the Anti-aircraft warfare role due to improvements in missiles and aircraft; also, the basic fit of three twin 3 inch turrets were poor for effective, reliable coverage of the fire arcs. Tiger existed in a slowly deteriorating condition until mid-1986, and following competitive tendering she was sold for scrap to Desguaces Varela of Spain.  The reconstruction of Blake and Tiger was examined in the third report of the Public Accounts Committee for 1972. The 1957 Defence Review, decided after the political and logistic failure of the 1956 Suez operation, no more cruisers would be modernised but work on the Tigers and HMS Swiftsure would continue, to provide interim anti aircraft support for the fleet until the new County-class GMD's were ready. Conversion of Swiftsure and Superb to the Tiger-class standard was seriously planned in 1953-54 and remained the officially announced policy as late as the 1957 Defence Review. The ship had automatic 6-inch (152 mm) guns in twin high-angle mounts with each gun designed to fire 20 rounds per minute, and a secondary battery of automatic 3-inch (76 mm) weapons firing at 90-120 rpm. Warship Design since 1945, (2013) P 48, Brown & Moore (2013) p47-52 & G Moore. Install the downloaded ai-ships for general ai-usage as requested for the download from Mike Hudson. British Cruiser Design 1946-1956 in Warship 2006, Conway. " The ship took part in operations in the Far East during the Indonesian Confrontation in the early 1960s. Tiger started out as Bellerophon; she was laid down in 1941 at the John Brown Shipyard as part of the Minotaur class of light cruisers. The likely result would have been similar to Ark Royals Refit in 1975 or Bulwarks refit in 1978, worn out, rusted relics they would have been alright for about a year and then suffered a furthur 1.5 yrs of unreliable,broken down service with continuous electrical failure. With the running down of the UK's carrier fleet, from the political angle it was viewed as unwise by Prime Minister Harold Wilson and Defence Minister Denis Healey to scrap the officially new and expensive Tiger-class cruisers and it was believed they might add to antisubmarine capabilities and free space on the remaining carriers helicopters, and therefore in 1965, work began on Blake for her to be converted into a helicopter cruiser while Tiger began her conversion in 1968. The Tigers as half heavy gun cruiser and half flawed short life anti submarine carrier suited the RN, politically. The gun may have been taken out of HMS Tiger during her 1950s refit. Followers 0. , Tiger was accepted by the Navy in March 1959, and commissioned on 18 March 1959. Each 6 inch and 3 inch mounting had its own Medium Range System (MRS) 3 radar director.  Other ship classes that were close to entering service, such as the Leander-class and 4 Tribal-class frigates were armed with the Sea Cat missile system, from 1965. However the hulls were too old, in physical age, damage and mileage and Swiftsures refit was cancelled after much of the conversion work was completed (new superstructures and masts were fitted, but not her new weaponry), in 1959 at the time it was decided to sell Ceylon and Newfoundland which had been updated, close to the same level as the equipment actually installed in Belfast and Swiftsure, while Superb's never started.  HMS Tigers revised weapon fit was for immediate post-war requirements and the continued reconstruction of the class was again approved by the 1957 Defence White Paper as interim anti-aircraft ships pending the introduction of guided weapons into the Royal Navy; four County-class destroyers with the Sea Slug missile had been ordered by February 1957. The crew assisted with the rescue and recovery operation. In 1978 Tiger was placed in reserve, and decommissioned on 4 May 1979. In reality the Tigers are no more than broad beam Crown Colony-class cruisercan be seen clearly in the British Pathe film of the Tiger on commissioning trials in 1959. The original Mk 24 turrets were still under serious consideration of fitting in A and B position during the Korean War with the new Mk 6 twin 4.5s in Q and Y positions and possibly in P1 and S1 on the flanks. The Navy in the early 1960s suffered manpower shortages, which resulted in a "shortfall in technical personnel" in the Tiger, as a consequence some "items of its equipment could not be operated", and "some of its equipment was not operational".  At the crucial 5 Nov 1954 Cabinet after hours of debate  the Tigers were approved with the new automatic Mk 26 twin, with the very expensive completion of HMS Hermes and reconstruction and reboilering of the old Victorious, both with 984 3D radar. Showing 1-3 of 3 records. Brown & G. Moore . Ordered during World War II, she was completed only after its end. Rebuilding the Royal Navy. Dan Van der Vat. , Rear-Admiral Michael Pollock flew his flag in her as Flag Officer, Second-in-Command, Home Fleet, from 1965 â 1966. The cruiser was later converted to a helicopter-carrying and guided missile cruiser in the early 1970s. Tiger class Cruisers. Lion 4.25 years and Blake 2 years. Tiger started out as Bellerophon laid down in 1941 at the John Brown Shipyard as part of the Minotaur class of light cruisers. Just a few days after the Falklands War started, both Blake and Tiger were rapidly surveyed to determine their condition for reactivation. Im trying to find a kit set or plans of a dido class cruiser in the bellona group. Royal Navy plans to replace the cruiser and destroyer construction programme with 6000 ton cruiser/destroyers with an advanced automatic twin or single 5 inch DP guns to overwhelm Sverdlovs and air targets with 60rpm fire, was problematic and expensive, so the prototype mk 26 twin 6 inch and 3 inch/ 70 mounts were used on the Tigers. They were fitted between April 1916 and June 1917. Michael Barnes said in parliament that the refits "show too lax an attitude towards the way in which the taxpayers' money is being spent". By the end of 1915, she had been equipped â¦ The Tiger-class cruisers were originally designed to be Minotaur-class light cruisers, but they were laid down as World War II was ending, and accordingly only three were completed. After workup, now under Captain R. Hutchins, Tiger went on a round of autumn flag-showing visits to Gdynia, Stockholm, Kiel and Antwerp. By late 1960, they had "overcome the teething troubles with the 3" armament", but the ship had "difficulty in achieving sustained bursts of fire with her 6" guns", and it was planned to resolve this at her first refit at the end of 1960. After much material was stripped off her for use as spares for her sisters, Lion was subsequently sold for breaking up in 1975. Seaforth (2010)UK. Shocking moment Tacoma police cruiser runs over a person at intersection . The source cited for this spells his name "Richard E. Washbourn". (Blake had already operated RAF Harriers briefly for proving trials in 1971, and Harriers had refuelled on Tiger). Type 176 passive search, which shared the same dome as the Type 174. a Type 278 height-finding radar halfway up the mainmast. Category:Tiger class cruiser. Jump to navigation Jump to search. She remained in service as such until placed in reserve in 1978 and was discarded in 1986. A decision to approve rearming the Tigers with fully automatic Mk 26s made late 1954. However, their construction priority was considered low as British naval warfare at the time centred a lot around anti-submarine warfare - a role which ships of this class werenât intended to fill. In October 1914, the ship was to be given 13 Pattern 1582 Electric Radiators to warm cabins whose stoves could not be used for heating them. However by 1953, US Mk 63 directors in the MRS 8 directors for close in defence had been fitted at US expense in most major RN units and cruisers. D.K Brown. There were also doubts about the two ships' self-defence capabilities, (the 6-inch and 3-inch armament had never been reliable) and this coupled with the large complement (and potential loss of life if one of the cruisers was to be lost), caused much anxiety in the Admiralty. D. Muffin. Most of the Cabinet would have rather scrapped the Tigers and HMS Victorious and put Eagle or Ark Royal in reserve. Due to the priority of the Royal Air Force atomic defence and the Cold War, and the conflict between the prime minister and Admiralty Naval Staff over shipbuilding issues, the warships approved in 1951-1953 were, anti-submarine frigates, destroyers, and minehunters. As all three ships required large crews, they were decommissioned into maintained reserve, starting in 1963 with Blake, followed by Lion in the autumn of 1965, and in December 1966, Tiger too was placed in reserve, to await modernisation. HMS Tiger started out as the Bellerophon; she was laid down in 1941 as part of the Minotaur class of cruIser. English: The British Tiger class light cruisers were the last cruisers built for the Royal Navy. Three other ships of the Minotaur class had their construction either suspended or cancelled in 1947; these later became the Tiger class and by the end of 1946 were in an advanced stage of construction with nine main turrets for the three ships 75-80% complete. Work on Tiger was suspended in 1946, and she was laid up at Dalmuir. The Tiger then moved out to sea, but moved close to harbour when the Rhodesian delegation disembarked. , From 2 to 4 December 1966, she hosted talks between Prime Ministers Harold Wilson (UK) and Ian Smith of Rhodesia. The conversions left Tiger and Blake some 380 tons heavier with a full displacement of 12,080 tons and their crew complements increased by 169 to 885. The cruisers in reality had less self-defence capability. 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