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Harry was on the same escort destroyer at D-Day, the pivotal campaign of the war which turned the tide against Hitler's forces.
SOME ships were more famous than others, but the mood of the whole yard was frozen in time by a photograph of the men gathered in heavy coats and caps on the snowy ground beneath the towering cranes which overlooked the Hunt class escort destroyer, HMS Berkeley.
Invincible and her escort destroyer HMS Newcastle were on their way back to Portsmouth Naval Base after five months away in the Gulf and the Adriatic.
Frogmen from the Royal Marines' elite Special Boat Squadron swept the lough in high speed launches and the escort destroyer HMS Glasgow ceaselessly probed the depths for underwater intruders.
A day or so later, one of the escort destroyers took them aboard and he ended up hospitalised in his birthplace - Malta.
But the early models were light vessels without the endurance for unattended operations in the ocean; this required a number of escort destroyers along with a tender-ship.
After disposing of the escort destroyers, the X1 was designed to use all engines to outstrip any fleeing ships.