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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) Career (UK) Name: HMS Cadiz Builder: Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company Laid down: 10 May 1943 Launched: 16 September 1944 Commissioned: 12 April 1946 Fate: Sold to Pakistan 1956 Career (Pakistan) Name: PNS Khaibar Acquired: 1956 Fate: Sunk during Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 General characteristics Class and type: Battle class destroyer Displacement: 2,315 tons standard 3,290 tons full load Length: 379 ft (116 m) Beam: 40 ft 3 in (12.27 m) Draught: 15.3 ft (4.7 m) Propulsion: 2 steam turbines, 2 shafts, 2 boilers, 50,000 shp (37 MW) Speed: 34 knots Range: 4,400 nautical miles (8,100 km) at 12 knots (22 km/h) Complement: 268 Armament: 2 × dual 4.5-inch (114 mm) gun 14 × Bofors 40 mm gun 10 × 21-inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes 1 × Squid mortar Service record Part of: 5th Destroyer Flotilla (UK) Operations: Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 For other ships of the same name, see HMS Cadiz. HMS Cadiz (D79) was a Battle-class destroyer of the Royal Navy. She was named after the Battle of Cádiz, in which the French besieged the British- and Allied-controlled town in 1810, which was eventually lifted in 1812 after the French defeat at the Battle of Salamanca. Cadiz was built by Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company. She was launched on the on 16 September 1944 and commissioned on the on 12 April 1946. Upon her commissioning, Cadiz joined the 5th Destroyer Flotilla, part of the Home Fleet. In 1947, Cadiz, along with her sister-ship Sluys, escorted the carrier HMS Vengeance to Norway, where the small group visited a variety of ports in the Scandinavian country. In 1950, Cadiz along with many other vessels of the Home Fleet, including three aircraft carriers and the battleship Vanguard, undertook a Spring Cruise, visiting the Mediterranean where they performed a number of naval exercises as well as visiting a variety of ports in the region. In 1953, Cadiz took part in the Coronation Review to celebrate the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth. Cadiz was positioned in the middle of her sister-ships St. James and Solebay. That same year, Cadiz was placed in Reserve. In 1956, her Royal Naval career came to an end when she was transferred to the Pakistan Navy, being renamed Khaibar. In 1971, during the Indo-Pakistan War, Khaibar, in action again Indian warships, was hit by two Styx anti-ship missiles, subsequently sinking due to the damage. v • d • e Battle-class destroyer  Royal Navy 1942 group Armada · Barfleur · Cadiz · Camperdown · Finisterre · Gabbard · Gravelines · Hogue · Lagos · St. James · St. Kitts · Saintes · Sluys · Solebay · Trafalgar · Vigo 1943 group Agincourt · Aisne · Alamein · Barrosa · Corunna · Dunkirk · Jutland · Matapan  Royal Australian Navy 1944 group / Australian Anzac · Tobruk   Other operators  Imperial Iranian Navy Artemiz  Pakistan Navy Gabr · Khaibar Preceded by: C class · Followed by: Weapon class List of destroyers of the Royal Navy List of major warship classes of the Royal Australian Navy