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VS of British crews marching across docks and going aboard the destroyers and of American naval crews coming ashore. MSs. of the ceremony of hoisting the ensign on the destroyers by the British crews. VS good shots of the ships at sea and leaving harbour, also shots of the British crew training in the use of the guns on the decks of the ship. At 1000 hours destroyers BEAGLE, WESTMINSTER and WALLACE joined the screen. At 1030 hours destroyer FEARLESS joined the screen At 1440, the force reached the Oxcars Boom off Rosyth and KING GEORGE V entered Rosyth for the fitting of her. Royal Navy First World War - Lives At Sea. Royal Navy. This unique free resource derived mainly from transcriptions of service records lets you search for information about Royal Navy officers and ratings who served during the First World War. You can also find out more about the crews on different ships and at different battles during the war.