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It has been regularly strengthened over the years, particularly during the 1750's when it was equipped with 113 guns, and is still in use today by the military. On the opposite bank to Fisher's Nose was Queen Anne's Battery dating from 1667.
On 4 April she intercepted the oil tanker Joanna V, but declined the use of force for diplomatic reasons she failed to prevent the ship from reaching Beira, raising concerns that its 18,700 tons of petroleum could then be sent by pipeline to the rebel British colony of Rhodesia.
In 1970 Plymouth took part in the Cook Bicentennial celebrations held in Sydney Harbour.
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In 1986 she suffered a boiler room fire, killing two sailors.
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Back in the UK, Plymouth visited various ports around the country including Stornoway and Middlesbrough as part of a Royal Navy recruitment drive.Plymouth served between 19 as the leader of the 22nd Escort Squadron and leader of the 29th Escort Squadron from 1964 to 1966 in Singapore and Australia.In 1966 under the command of Captain Thomas Fanshawe Plymouth was assigned to the Beira Patrol.Plymouth rejoined the task force and supported troops on the ground by bombarding Argentine troop positions with her 4.5-inch (114 mm) guns.On 8 June, Plymouth was attacked by IAI Nesher fighter bombers of FAA Grupo 6 of the Argentine Air Force.It was built in 1665 over the earlier Plymouth Fort as a defense against a threatened Dutch invasion. On its south east corner it incorporates Fisher's Nose Blockhouse dating from 1490-1540.