U.S. Naval Weapons

U.S. Naval Weapons

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Shows, describes and evaluates guns, gun mounts, fire control systems, mines, torpedoes, sonar systems, missiles, bombs, rockets and other Navy ordnanceFour years later, Rear Admiral F J Home (Commander, Aircraft, Battle Force) wrote of Problem XVIII (l937) that Friendly ... Admiral Horne continued: While carriers operating within a screen of heavy gunned ships, including antiaircraft batteries, are ... Further, certain lights must be shown while launching and recovering aircraft during darkness and thus the carriers would be ... Relatively few aircraft are required at any one time, but they may require relief at any moment depending uponanbsp;...

Title:U.S. Naval Weapons
Author:Norman Friedman
Publisher:Naval Inst Press - 1982


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