World of Warships Türk Gemisi Projesi

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World of Warships' teki büyük oyuncu gruplarından biri olan Türk Topluluğunun,  Türk donanmasından bir geminin oyuna eklenmesi için sizlerin yardımına ihtiyacı var.

Turk Oyuncu Topluluğu tarafından yapılan oylama sonucunda TCG Gayret muhribi, önceki adıyla HMS Oribi seçilmiştir. Savaş zamanı kariyeri boyunca pek çok önemli görev üstlenmiş olup, İngiliz kanalında casus avına katılmış, Atlantic ve Akdeniz' deki müttefik nakliye konvoylarına yapılan saldırı savuşturmaya yardımcı olmuştur. Hatta bir Alman denizaltısına çarpıp etkisiz hale bile getirmiştir!

Şimdi bu projeyi tamamlamak için sizlerin desteğinize ihtiyacımız var. Oylarınız ve desteğiniz ile bu tarihi gemiyi Türk bayrağı altında TCG Gayret olarak World of Warships' e ekletmek istiyoruz.

Savaş Şerefleri

NORVEÇ 1941 - MALTA KONVOYLARI 1941 - ATLANTİK 1942 -43 - KUZEY AFRİKA 1942 - KUTUP 1942-44 - NORMANDİYA 1944

Önemli Başarımları

- 6 Mayıs 1943 Atlantic' te ONS5' in koruması sırasında Alman denizaltısı U125' e çarparak etkisiz hale getirmiştir.

- Nisan 1944 İngiliz kanalında Alman e-botlarına karşı çatışmıştır

- 1941 - 1944 tarihleri arasında Atlantic ve Akdeniz' de pek çok nakliye konvoyunu Alman denizaltına karşı korumuştur.

Gemi Özellikleri ;

Uzunluk: 105 m
Genişlik: 11 m
Hız: 37 knot
Silahlar:
4 × single QF 4.7-inch (120-mm) Mark IX guns on mounting CP Mk.XVIII
1 × quad QF 2-pdr "pom-pom"
4× single 20 mm guns Oerlikon
2 × quad 21 inches (533 mm) torpedo tubes

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Captains

As one of the larger groups in World of Warships, the Turkish community would like your support in getting a ship from the Turkish Navy added to the game.

The ship chosen by the community is the destroyer TCG Gayret, formerly HMS Oribi of the Royal Navy. In her wartime career this ship had a large variety of tasks, from spy hunting in the English channel and supporting Commando raids to convoy escorts in the Mediterranean and Atlantic - where she even rammed a German submarine!

Now we need your support to complete this project. With your votes we hope to launch this historic vessel into World of Warships, so spread the word to your fellow Captains.

General Information

O or ORIBI-Class Fleet Destroyer ordered from Fairfield of Govan on 3rd September 1939 with the 1st Emergency Flotilla. She was laid down as Job No J1112 on 15th January 1940 and was to be named HMS OBSERVER which had been used for a WW1 destroyer sold in 1921. However after the build was being sponsored by the South African government, in November 1940 the selected name was changed and the ship was renamed HMS ORIBI when launched on 14th January 1941. Despite the change a premise by the proprietors of the SUNDAY OBSERVER was still honoured and the newspaper supplied without charge to the ship throughout her war service. The build was completed on 5th July 1941 and she was the first ship of the Class to enter service. Four ships of this Class, including HMS ORIBI, were not designed for use as a minelayer. In March 1942 after a successful WARSHIP WEEK National Savings campaign the ship was adopted by the civil community of Havant, Hampshire.

Ship Specs

Length: 105 m
Width: 11 m
Speed: 37 knot
Armament:
4 × single QF 4.7-inch (120-mm) Mark IX guns on mounting CP Mk.XVIII
1 × quad QF 2-pdr "pom-pom"
4× single 20 mm guns Oerlikon
2 × quad 21 inches (533 mm) torpedo tubes

Battle Honours

NORWAY 1941 - MALTA CONVOYS 1941 - ATLANTIC 1942 -43 - NORTH AFRICA 1942 - ARCTIC 1942-44 - NORMANDY 1944

Major Achivements

-In 6 th May of 1943 Rammed German U-boat(U125) during defence of ONS5 at Atlantic War. Submarine which was damaged and could not dive was later sunk.

- Hunting E-boats at English channel.

- Engaged U-boats multiple times while escorting convoys.

Heraldic Data

Badge: On a Field Blue, an oribi passant Proper.

Post War Notes

HMS ORIBI paid off in January 1946 and was reduced to Reserve. Following discussions with Turkey she was transferred to the Turkish Navy. The replacement HMS ORIBI was handed over on 18th June 1946 after refit and served in the Turkish Navy as GAYRET until 1965.

 

Source : http://www.naval-history.net/xGM-Chrono-10DD-47O-HMS_Oribi.htm

 



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