A 50ft Steam Picket of HMS Resolution, probably around 1942-1943 (East Africa). A US navy style 50ft Motor Launch—which she may received while being repaired at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard—and a 32 ft cutter flank the picket. Note that the camouflage pattern of HMS Resolution is carried over both the launch and the picket.

A 50ft Steam Picket aboard HMS Nelson.

THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR
THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR © IWM (Q 68743)

ON BOARD HMS RODNEY. 1940, AT SEA, ON BOARD THE BATTLESHIP HMS RODNEY.
ON BOARD HMS RODNEY. 1940, AT SEA, ON BOARD THE BATTLESHIP HMS RODNEY. © IWM (A 101)

MAIL. 1940, ON BOARD THE BRITISH BATTLESHIP HMS RODNEY.
MAIL. 1940, ON BOARD THE BRITISH BATTLESHIP HMS RODNEY. © IWM (A 157)

HRH THE DUKE OF GLOUCESTER'S VISIT TO GIBRALTAR. OCTOBER 1941. DURING HIS STAY IN GIBRALTAR, THE DUKE INSPECTED VARIOUS NAVAL UNITS AND ALSO WITNESSED THE ANCIENT CEREMONY OF THE KEYS, WHICH HAS BEEN CARRIED OUT ALMOST WITHOUT A BREAK SINCE THE GREAT SIEGE OF 1779.
HRH THE DUKE OF GLOUCESTER’S VISIT TO GIBRALTAR. OCTOBER 1941. DURING HIS STAY IN GIBRALTAR, THE DUKE INSPECTED VARIOUS NAVAL UNITS AND ALSO WITNESSED THE ANCIENT CEREMONY OF THE KEYS, WHICH HAS BEEN CARRIED OUT ALMOST WITHOUT A BREAK SINCE THE GREAT SIEGE OF 1779. © IWM (A 5835)