These guns were used on several classes of battleships from 1915 until HMS Vanguard, the last battleship to be built for the Royal Navy, completed in 1946.
Warships armed with the BL 15-inch Mark I gun:
Queen Elizabeth-class battleships (Five ships with eight guns each – 3 ships converted to Mk I (N))
Revenge-class battleships (Five ships with eight guns each)
Renown-class battlecruisers (Two ships with six guns each – 1 ship converted to Mk I (N))
HMS Hood – battlecruiser (Eight guns, Mk II mounting)
Courageous-class battlecruisers (Two ships with four guns each)
Erebus-class monitors (Two ships with two guns each)
Marshal Ney-class monitors (Two ships with two guns each)
Roberts-class monitors (Two ships with two guns each)
HMS Vanguard – battleship (Eight guns in mountings taken from Courageous and Glorious converted to Mk I (N), with additional armour, designated: Mk I (N) (RP12). The turret supports were designed to withstand supercharge firings.Vanguard was unique among British battleships in having remote power control (RPC) for her main battery turrets.
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