- Class: O - 8 destroyers of 1939
- Displacement: 1,610 tons
- Dimensions: 337 (wl) 345 (oa) x 35 x 9 ft.
- Machinery: 2-shaft geared turbines, S.H.P. 40,000 = 36 knots
- Armament: 4-4.7in (4x1), 1-4in AA, 4-2pdr AA (1x4), 4-20mm (4x1); 4-21in (1x4) TT
- Complement: 217
- Builder: John Brown (Clydebank)
- Laid Down: 15 Jan 1940
- Launched: 11 Mar 1941
- Completed: 20 Sep 1941
- Notes: Leader of 1st Emergency Flotilla, ordered 4 Sep 1939. Half the class were armed with four 4.7in guns and eight TT (one bank of TT later replaced with a 4in AA as shown here), while the other half had five 4in AA guns and four TT.
- Service: Home fleet 1941-45. Participated in the Lofoten Raid of Dec 1941. Spent most of 1942 on Arctic convoy routes, with exception of one important convoy to Malta. On 13 Sep 1942 she sank German submarine U.589 while escorting convoy PQ.18. Helped fight off attack of German surface ships Lutzow and Admiral Hipper on convoy JW.51B at Battle of the Barents Sea, 31 Dec 1942. Capt Rupert St V Sherbrooke was awarded the Victoria Cross for this action. Worked in the Atlantic in the spring of 1943, and led escort of convoy JW.55B against Scharnhorst during the Battle of North Cape, 26 Dec 1943. Took part in Normandy landings, 6 Jun 1944. As leader of 17th Destroyer Flotilla, oversaw the disposal by sinking of 110 U-boats N of Ireland from Nov 1945 to Jan 1946. Transferred to Pakistan 30 Sep 1949 as Tippu Sultan