Allied Warships

HMS MGB 636 (MGB 636)

Motor Gun Boat of the Fairmile D class

NavyThe Royal Navy
TypeMotor Gun Boat
ClassFairmile D 
PennantMGB 636 
ModMotor Gun Boat 
Built byJames A. Silver Ltd. (Rosneath, Scotland, U.K.) 
Ordered27 Apr 1941 
Laid down 
CommissionedJan 1943 
Lost15 Oct 1943 

Reclassified as Motor Torpedo Boat MTB 636 in late 1943
HMS MTB 636 (T/A/Lt.Cdr. Edward Trenchard Greene Kelly, RNVR) was sunk in error by gunfire from MGB 658 off Elba Island, Italy on 15 October 1943


Commands listed for HMS MGB 636 (MGB 636)

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1F A Warner, RNVR22 Dec 194226 Sep 1943
2T/A/Lt.Cdr. Edward Trenchard Greene Kelly, RNVR26 Sep 194315 Oct 1943 (+)

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