French ship Brutus

Three ships of the French Navy have borne the name Brutus in honour of several Roman politicians named Brutus:

French Navy
(Marine Nationale)
Naval Ensign of France
Motto: Honneur, Patrie, Valeur, Discipline
("Honour, Homeland, Valour, Discipline")
Command
Naval Ministers
Maritime Prefect
Components
Naval Action Force
Submarine Forces
Naval Aviation
FORFUSCO (Marine Commandos, Naval Fusiliers)
Maritime Gendarmerie
Equipment
Current fleet
Current deployments
Personnel
Ranks in the French Navy
History
History of the French Navy
Future of the French Navy
Ensigns and pennants
Historic ships
Historic fleets
Awards
Cross of War
Military Medal
Legion of Honour
Ribbons

Note: The Brutus Français, (ex-Pulaski, ex-Pichegru, and frequently referred to in news reports as Brutus), was a French 20-gun privateer operating highly successfully out of Charleston, South Carolina in 1795, in the Caribbean. This was not Brutus (1780-1795) above.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Jackson, Melvin H. (1969) Privateers in Charleston 1793-1796: An Account of a French Palatinate in South Carolina. Smithsonian Studies in History and Technology No. 1. (Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press).