The guided missile destroyer HMAS PERTH, (CAPT P. H. Doyle, RAN), engaged enemy artillery batteries south of the demilitarised zone in Vietnam.
HMAS Perth II
HMAS Perth (II) arrived off the coast of Vietnam on her first deployment as Australia’s contribution to the US 7th Fleet operation during the Vietnam War. As a unit of
The guided missile destroyer, HMAS PERTH, (CAPT P. H. Doyle, RAN), joined the US Seventh Fleet, for operations against North Vietnam.
The Minister for the Navy, Mr. D. Chipp, commended HMAS PERTH, (guided missile destroyer), on the rescue of a seriously ill scientist at Macquarie Island. PERTH steamed through heavy gales
The Perth class, (Charles F Adams, DDG), guided missile destroyer HMAS PERTH, (CAPT I. H. Cartwright, RAN), was commissioned. PERTH was laid down in Defoe Shipbuilding Co, Bay City, Michigan,