- Safety Cop. Dunbar, David // Popular Mechanics;Apr2005, Vol. 182 Issue 4, p148
The article presents information on several military equipments and crafts. The flight deck of an aircraft carrier is a dangerous place to work. A jet blast can throw a sailor into the sea, colossal machinery goes full tilt, and the threat of crashes is always present. The USS George Washington...
- Weighty Information. Dawson, Dudley // Yachting;Mar2009, Vol. 205 Issue 3, p28
The article emphasizes the importance of understanding and knowing the boat's tonnage to know its true displacement.
- HULL SPEED. Seidman, David // Boating;Aug2002, Vol. 75 Issue 8, p52
Provides information on the displacement of a boat.
- BALLISTIC-MISSILE SUBMARINES (SSBN). // Sea Power;Jan2003, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p93
Features the Henry M. Jackson SSBN 730 Ohio Class, a ballistic-missile submarine of the U.S. Displacement of the submarine; Description of the armament equipment; Builder of the submarine.
- CRUISERS (CG). // Sea Power;Jan2003, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p96
Features the U.S. cruisers ANZIO (CG 68) and Antietam (CG 54) Tinderoga Class. Displacement of the cruisers; Length and beam; Builders of the cruiser.
- DOCK LANDING SHIPS (LSD). // Sea Power;Jan2003, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p107
Features the U.S. dock landing ships Oak Hill (LSD 51) Whidbey Island Class and Portland (LSD 37) Anchorage Class. Displacement of the ship; Builders of ship; Beam and speed.
- COMMAND SHIPS (LCC/AGF). // Sea Power;Jan2003, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p108
Features the U.S. armored ships Blue Ridge (LCRC 19) Class and La Salle (AGF 3) Modified Raleigh Class. Displacement of the ships; Builders of the ships; Length and beam.
- LANDING CRAFT (LCM, LCU). // Sea Power;Jan2003, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p116
Features several landing crafts in the U.S. Displacement of the crafts; Dimension; Power plant.
- A Reliable Old Smoothbore. Ronan II, James B. // Military Collector & Historian;Summer2016, Vol. 68 Issue 2, p179
The article discusses the historical significance of the USS Pensacola vessel, and mentions topics including the use of the USS Pensacola as a training ship from 1858 to 1911, the USS Pensacola's decommissioning in 1911, and the smoothbores used in the USS Pensacola.