HMS Peregrine (DD-1291)

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HMS Peregrine (DD-1291) is a Falcon-class destroyer within 1st (Home) Fleet. Commanded by LCDR Michael Panter, Peregrine claims Toronto, Ontario as her charter city, serving southern Ontario alongside HMS Hawk (CA-428) in Ft. Erie.

History

HMS Peregrine was first brought into commission in Sixth Fleet on 8 June, 2015 under the command of then-LCDR Cliff Stornel by order of BuShips.[1] The crew of this iteration of Peregrine were regular attendees of Keycon in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, as well as regular contributors to Winnipeg Harvest (a food redistribution not-for-profit) via the Harvest Games.

Peregrine moved from Sixth Fleet to Sidemore Station, attached to Home Fleet, on 10 January 2017[2], though this was not to last long: Sidemore Station was deactivated and HMS Peregrine transferred to Second Fleet on 8 March, 2018[3].

On 28 April, 2018, KDS Darren Hirose assumed the position of Executive Officer, relieving LTSG Alex Stornel[4]. Subsequently, HMS Peregrine joined DesRon 265, a part of Task Group 21.1, Task Force 21, Second Fleet[5].

Peregrine was decommissioned[6] and her MARDET stood down[7], with the ship sent to Active Reserve status on 27 September 2019 until her recommissioning in First (Home) Fleet on 10 October 2020, when LCDR Michael Panter launched from HMS Hawk, bringing 8 members aboard his new command.

On 19 January, 2021, Peregrine was transferred from an unaffiliated slot in Home Fleet back to the newly-reinstated Sidemore Station.[8]

The crew have been regular attendees and has ran recruitment tables at Ad Astra, having a presence there as part of their parent ship for at least three years.

Commanding Officers

# Name Assumed Relieved
1 CDR Cliff Stornel 8 June 2015 27 September 2019
2 CDR Michael Panter 10 October 2020 Incumbent

Crew Lineage

  • 2 May 2017: Launched as HMS Hellhound and assigned to Sidemore Station.[9]
  • 19 August 2017: Recommissioned as HMS Hawk in First (Home) Fleet, attached to Sidemore Station.[10]
  • 8 March 2018: HMS Hawk assigned permanently to First (Home) Fleet.[3]
  • 10 October 2020: HMS Hawk crew partitioned off for localized chapter in Toronto, Ontario, resulting in launch of HMS Peregrine.[11]

Command Staff

Ship's Honors

Ship's Orders

NOTE: This Wiki is the authoritative source for orders per the Fourth Space Lord. All orders have been
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Ship's Orders are subordinate to, and expand upon or amplify Admiralty Orders, Naval Directives, and First Fleet Orders. They are applicable to Peregrine operations and personnel.

Order No. Effective Date Subject Status
HMS Peregrine Ship's Order 2103-01 27 Mar 2021 Promotion of LCPL Carolyne Shaw to Corporal Superceded by HMS Peregrine Ship's Order 2110-01
HMS Peregrine Ship's Order 2110-01 01 Oct 2021 Promotion of CPL Carolyne Shaw to Platoon Sergeant Active
HMS Peregrine Ship's Order 2201-01 01 Jan 2022 Promotion of CPL Sean Melville to Platoon Sergeant Active
HMS Peregrine Ship's Order 2208-01 01 Aug 2022 Promotion of PFC Paul Williams to Lance Corporal Active
HMS Peregrine Ship's Order 2208-02 01 Aug 2022 Issuance: Queen's Bravery Medal - 1LT Christopher Taylor Active
HMS Peregrine Ship's Order 2211-01 01 Nov 2022 Promotion of S3C Nathan Brown to Spacer 2nd Class Active

References

See Also


Falcon-class
Destroyer
Condor - Peregrine - Raven



Destroyers
Royal Manticoran Navy
Chanson (DD) Aria - Vixen - Windsong
Charger (DD) Wolverine
Culverin (DD) Chainshot
Falcon (DD) Condor - Peregrine - Raven
Havoc (DD) Havoc (lead) - Hotspur - Vengeance - Devastation - Chaos - Lodestone - Starcrest
Javelin (DD) Javelin (lead) - Arrowhead
Roland (DD) Roland (lead) - Barbarossa - Galahad - Tristram - Ivanhoe - Gawain - Gaheris - Kay - Bedivere - Lionheart - Saladin - Yamamoto Date - Reuben James - Tornado
Wolfhound (DD) Wolfhound (lead) - Borzoi - Hellhound
Grayson Space Navy
Apostle (DD) Matthias
Jacob (DD) Reuben
Joshua (DD) Joshua (lead) - Albion - Mercy
Paul (DD) Paul of Tarsus