HMAS Eduardo

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History

United Kingdom

Name:
MFV 2045

Australia

Name:
HMAS Eduardo

In service:
8 March 1945

Out of service:
October 1945

Fate:
Transferred to Royal Navy

General characteristics

Armament:
1 x 40mm

3 x 20mm Bofors

HMAS Eduardo was an auxiliary vessel operated by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) during the Second World War. She was the Royal Navy’s MFV 2045, which was loaned to the RAN and commissioned on 8 March 1945. She was used by the Services Reconnaissance Department and was paid off in October 1945 and handed back to the Royal Navy.[1]
Notes[edit]

^ Lind, p.182

References[edit]

Naval Historical Society of Australia – “On this day” (1945)
Lind, L. J. (Lewis James), 1922- (1988). Fair winds to Australia : 200 years of sail on the Australia station. Reed. ISBN 0730102165.  CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link)

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