- Class: Tribal Class - 16 destroyers of 1935
- Displacement: 1,870 tons
- Dimensions: 355.5 (pp) 377.5 (oa) x 36.5 x 9 ft.
- Machinery: 2-shaft geared turbines, S.H.P. 44,000 = 36 knots
- Armament: 8-4.7in QF Mk XII (4x2), 4-2pdr AA (1x4 Mk VII), 8-.5in MG (2x4); 4-21in (1x4) TT
- Complement: 219
- Builder: Vickers-Armstrong (Walker)
- Laid Down: 9 Jun 1936
- Launched: 8 Jun 1937
- Completed: 7 Jun 1938
- Notes: Large destroyers built to match latest Japanese, as well as American, French, and German types with emphasis on heavy gun armament.
Three additional ones were ordered for the RAN in 1939 and built in Australia, and seven for Canada in 1940-42, four of which were built there but not completed until postwar.
- Service: Assigned to 4th Destroyer Flotilla. Home fleet 1939-41, Mediterranean fleet 1941. Under the command of Capt Philip Vian, she led the search for, and boarding of, the German supply ship Altmark in Norwegian territorial waters 16 Feb 1940, rescuing 299 British merchant seamen that had been captured by the pocket battleship Graf Spee and transferred before the latter's destruction in the South Atlantic.
Damaged by shellfire in the second Battle of Narvik 13 Apr 1940. In action against the German battleship Bismarck 27 May 1941. Lost 27 Oct 1941 west of Gibraltar after being torpedoed four days earlier by German submarine U-563 in North Atlantic