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HMS Blyth (M111)

Summary
HMS Blyth is a formerly of the British Royal Navy. She was the second vessel to bear the name. The first being a of the Second World War, pennant number J15. The vessel served in the Middle East as part of the 9th Mine Countermeasures Squadron. In 2021, the minehunter was decommissioned and following a refit, planned to be transferred to an unspecified non-European navy (a plan subsequently altered to transfer her to the Romanian Navy instead). Service history Along with her sister ship, , she was deployed to the Middle East on Operation Aintree in 2007 and 2008 to test the class capabilities in the hot climate and maintain force operational capability in the region. Crews from other Sandown-class vessels were rotated through the two ships. HMS Blyth was based at as one of four minehunters of 9th Mine Countermeasures Squadron supported by a Royal Fleet Auxiliary on Operation Kipion until 2020, when she was replaced in theatre by . Both Blyth and Ramsey were decommissio
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