Mk75 76mm/62-CALIBER GUN MOUNT
- MISCELLANEOUS ORDNANCE. // Sea Power;Jan2012, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p104
The article provides information on various firearms and weapons used by the U.S. Navy including firebombs, rockets, and general purpose bombs.
- Mk38 25mm MACHINE GUN SYSTEM. // Sea Power;Jan2003, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p159
Features the MK38 machine gun system which consists 25 millimeter of the U.S. Navy. Specifications of the machine gun; Ammunition; Firing rate.
- Tiny miracle. Collier, U.S. Navy, Cameron D. // Naval History;Jul/Aug99, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p43
Focuses on the development and use of the military weapons called the proximity fuzes by the United States Navy during World War II. Function of the proximity fuze as a small radio station in the shell's nose; Description of the weapon's basic components; Combat advantage of the weapon.
- Weapons. // All Hands;Jan2003, Issue 1029, p42
Presents lists of the U.S. Navy's weapons.
- BOMBS AWAY. Hendrix, Kenneth R. // All Hands;Feb2007, Issue 1078, p38
The article discusses the significance of the Aviation Ordnance to the U.S. Navy.
- Navy Testing Suspected in Popoise Deaths. Swenson, Kelley // Yes!;Fall2003, Issue 27, p10
Reports that the United States Navy is being blamed for the dead porpoises found ashore at the Haro Strait in British Columbia and Washington. Navy's sonar technology testing activities as the alleged cause of the death of the mammals; Acoustic pressure trauma suffered from by some water...
- Weapons. // All Hands;Jan2007, Issue 1077, p42
The article provides information on the weapons of the U.S. Navy.
- DEAD On. Wall, Robert // Aviation Week & Space Technology;11/24/2003, Vol. 159 Issue 21, p46
Eager to see their latest fighter equipped with one of its newest weapons, the U.S. Navy planners are calling for integration of the Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile (Aargm) on the F/A-18E/F almost in parallel with the aircraft at the core of the missile development program, the F/A-18C/D....
- Slimline toys for the Navy boys. Pendick, Daniel // New Scientist;07/05/97, Vol. 155 Issue 2089, p7
Reports on the US Navy's efforts to develop more compact and smarter weapons using micromachined components. Intention to build torpedoes only 16 centimeters in diameter; Naval Surface Warfare Center's unveiling of a prototype fail-safe.