HMS ML 129 (ML 129)
Motor Launch of the Fairmile B class
|Navy||The Royal Navy|
|Built by||Mashford Brothers (Cremyll, England, U.K.)|
|Ordered||8 Jan 1940|
|Commissioned||14 Oct 1940|
|Lost||22 Mar 1942|
Bombed and sunk off the Algerian coast on 22 March 1942
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Notable events involving ML 129 include:
12 Apr 1941
HMS Kashmir (Cdr. H.A. King, RN) and HMS Jackal (Lt.Cdr. R.McC.P. Jonas, DSC, RN) departed Plymouth to escort the 3rd ML flotilla on their passage from the U.K. to Gibraltar. This flotilla was made up of the following ML's; ML 121, ML 129, ML 130, ML 132, ML 134, ML 135 and ML 168.
17 Apr 1941
HMS Kashmir (Cdr. H.A. King, RN), HMS Jackal (Lt.Cdr. R.McC.P. Jonas, DSC, RN) and the the ML's of the 3rd ML flotilla; ML 121, ML 129, ML 130, ML 132, ML 134, ML 135 and ML 168 arrived at Gibraltar.