Duncan Campbell and gunners mate on the Oerlikon gun.

Oerlikon gunner Duncan Campbell, third from left with the beard  was responsible for the sinking of an E-boat/S-boot.

The crew of the Garth  unloading fish caught on one of the small tenders. You can see a fish, mid-throw, near the bottom of the picture. Duncan Campbell is in the middle-bottom of the crowd with the beard and cap, looking up at the camera.

The ship's cat 'Binkie' in its hammock.

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The Channel Dash: 
https://youtu.be/-mtOXFnLVo8
Sheerness Destroyers at D-day: 
https://youtu.be/iftqjOj89Xg

Thank you to Gordon Campbell, for the following photographs, whose Grandfather Duncan Campbell, served on HMS Garth. 

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Newspaper report, 20 February 1943. Oerlikon gunner Duncan Campbell is third from the left.

Duncan Campbell

HMS GARTH

Duncan Campbell (without beard) standing to the right of the model maker in the middle's shoulder (the builder's right shoulder), he has his arm resting on the cases on the left of the photograph.

Officers and crew of HMS Garth, Duncan Campbell as indicated 

Transferring  orders or mail between ships.