The Damir-class Corvette, also known as the Pattern D Corvette, was a class of ASW-vessels in the services of the Sultan's Navy between 1948 and 1966, in the last phase of the Decolonization Wars. They replaced the Zahra-class Corvettes and were themselves replaced by the Pattern K Corvettes and the Pattern L Corvettes starting in 1960 and 1963 respectively.

They were also one of the few experiments of Kyrenaian Shipbuilders with a large-scale construction of CODAG-engines, which proved to be too complicated and expensive to be used in large-scale ship-construction.


Service History

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