Citations with the tag: CRUISERS (Warships)

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  • HMS Belfast.
     // Professional Engineering; 6/2/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p56 

    The article offers information on HMS Belfast, the second World War light cruiser located at the South Bank in London, England.

  • Cruiser Moskva returns to Sevastopol after four month cruise.
    Interfax // Russia & FSU General News; 11/18/2013, p1 

    MOSCOW. Nov 18 (Interfax-AVN) - The guard missile cruiser Moskva, the flagship of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, which is under the command of Captain I Rank Sergei Tronev, returned to Sevastopol after fulfilling tasks in the ocean zone and in the Mediterranean on Saturday.

  • S.M.S. "Dresden"; her end and her crew's fate.
    Rickenback, Peter C. // Mekeel's & Stamps Magazine; 9/30/2005, Vol. 197 Issue 143, p16 

    Reprints the article "S.M.S. "Dresden"; Her End and Her Crew's Fate," by Peter C. Rickenback, which appeared in the August 2004 issue of "Germania."

  • 2008 CHANGES IN SHIPS' STATUS.
    Rickenback, Peter C. // Sea Power; Jan2009, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p55 

    The article lists the changes that took place in the status of ships of the U.S. Navy, Coast Guard, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and naval auxiliaries of Military Sealift Command in 2008 which include decommissioning of the Kitty Hawk (CV 63) aircraft cruiser, inactivation...

  • Lest we forget.
    Wertheim, Eric // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings; Oct99, Vol. 125 Issue 10, p94 

    Focuses on the Brooklyn-class light cruiser USS Honolulu (CL-48) warship in the United States. Role of the Honolulu in naval operations during World War II; Contributions to the battle of Tassafaronga; Prevention of Japanese reinforcement at Guadalcanal; Support for the landings on New Georgia.

  • "Pounding the Do Son Peninsula".
    Goff, Robert M. // Naval History; Feb2008, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p8 

    A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Pounding the Do Son Peninsula," in the August 2007 issue.

  • Long Legs.
    Williams, John Page; Baione, Patricia // Boating; Feb2003, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p48 

    Features C-Dory 25, a cruiser powered by a 130-hp Honda BF 130.

  • THE IRON CROSS EPIDEMIC.
    Williams, John Page; Baione, Patricia // Punch or the London Charivari, Vol. 147, December 23, 1914; 1/1/1914, p32 

    The article offers information regarding the captain of a German cruiser who gives an order to lighten the ship to speed up.

  • Stealthy New Look For The Navy.
    Williams, John Page; Baione, Patricia // Popular Mechanics; Aug2002, Vol. 179 Issue 8, p34 

    Reports on the construction of DDX, a family of destroyers, cruisers and combat ships for the U.S. Navy.

  • Settling the Keel-shape Debate.
    Nicholson, Darrell // Practical Sailor; Sep2012, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p2 

    An introduction to the journal is presented in which the author discusses the Island Packet Estero, a 36-footer shoal-draft cruiser with a full keel.

  • Island Packet's Shoal Cruiser.
    Nicholson, Darrell // Practical Sailor; Sep2012, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p12 

    The article evaluates Island Packet's 36-foot shoal draft Estero full-keel cruiser.

  • Fabric Planes-Iron Men: Reuniting the Collier Trophy with 1924 Round-the-World Flight Artifacts.
    Eisel, Braxton; Watkins, Daniel L. // Air Power History; Spring2003, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p12 

    Relates the story of the round-the-world flight of the U.S. Army Air Service Douglas World Cruisers in 1924. Purpose of the around-the-world flight; Robert J. Collier Trophy awarded to the U.S. Army Air Service; Specifications of the airplane used.

  • CRUISERS (CG).
    Eisel, Braxton; Watkins, Daniel L. // 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.

  • The Pilot House.
    Shaum, Jack // PowerShips; Summer2010, Vol. 67 Issue 2, p4 

    The article discusses two ships docked on the Delaware River that are in danger of being scrapped, the Spanish-American cruiser USS Olympia and the liner United States.

  • Miraculous Melee.
    Cutler, Thomas J. // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings; Jun2012, Vol. 138 Issue 6, p93 

    The article reports that in order to ensue melee, three ships of the U.S., including the USS Hoel, DD-557 and DE-413, were sunk. It states that as two cruisers of Japan closed on the helpless carrier flagship, the USS Fanshaw Bay, CVE-70, the destroyer escorts, Raymond, DE-341, started firing...

  • A High-Efficiency Power Cruiser.
    Jolley, Eric // Professional Boatbuilder; Oct/Nov2008, Issue 115, p162 

    The article presents a discussion about the Shearwater cruiser, adapted from a paper prepared by the author for the "First Chesapeake Power Boat Symposium" that was held in Annapolis, Maryland in March 2008.

  • "I'll Take a CRUISER!".
    INGLIS, THOMAS B. // Sea Classics; Oct2013, Vol. 46 Issue 10, p42 

    A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of being the captain of the cruiser USS Birmingham from August 1943 to November 22, 1944 during World War II and waging war against the Japanese in the Pacific.

  • U.S.S. Maine.
    Ronan II, James B. // Military Collector & Historian; Spring2012, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p24 

    A photograph of the U.S.S. Maine ship in New York waters after 1895 is presented along with information on its design based on the original plan to make it an armored cruiser.

  • Cruisers.
    Glass, John // History Today; Oct2006, Vol. 56 Issue 10, p66 

    A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Our Enemy Made Us Better," in the September 2006 issue.

  • SEA MAIL.
    Thatcher, Ray // Sea Classics; p4 

    A letter to the editor requesting to add articles on aircrafts that were operated from the U.S. Navy battleships and cruisers along with author's response in this regard is presented.

  • The Old Navy Game.
    Ferguson, Otis // New Republic; 6/13/34, Vol. 79 Issue 1019, p131 

    Focuses on the convergence of ships of the U.S. Navy at the docks. Worth of ships; Reactions of the taxpayers on the battleships; Efficiency of the new cruisers supersede battleships.

  • Lest We Forget.
    Wertheim, Eric // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings; Jun2002, Vol. 128 Issue 6, p110 

    Focuses on the United States Navy's cruiser ship USS Albany. Length of service to the Navy; Damages suffered during training cruises; Failed restoration; Decommissioning of the ship on August 1980.

  • Setting the Pace.
    Craig, Jeanne // MotorBoating; Feb2009, Vol. 202 Issue 2, p72 

    A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience regarding the cruiser Nordic Tugs 49.

  • Navy leverages COTS for first `smart ship'.
    Rhea, John // Military & Aerospace Electronics; Dec96, Vol. 7 Issue 12, p6 

    Reports on the deployment of the US Navy's smart ship, the Ticonderoga-class cruiser USS Yorktown in the Caribbean. Testing of the Integrated Control System (ICS) from the Litton Industries; Features of the commercial off-the-shelf system incorporated in the ship.

  • AIR POWER PLATFORMS FOR MEDIUM AND SMALL NAVIES.
    Pustam, Anil R. // Naval Forces; Apr2002, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p12 

    Examines surface combatant choices available to smaller navies to counter the increased air and missile threat. Medium aircraft carriers; Amphibious platforms or multi-role aircraft carriers; Aircraft-carrying cruisers or hybrid carriers.

  • U.S. Navy, International Forces Respond to Piracy Attack.
    Pustam, Anil R. // All Hands; Jun2011, Issue 1131, p38 

    The article reports that U.S. Ship (USS) Bunker Hill and the Turkish ship Giresun have responded to pirates' attack on the Panamanian-flagged merchant vessel Full City.

  • Navy Christens Guided-Missile Destroyer Michael Murphy.
    Lasco, Dominique M. // All Hands; Jun2011, Issue 1131, p39 

    The article reports on the U.S. Navy's baptism ceremony on the destroyer Michael Murphy (DDG 112) on May 7, 2011 wherein Maureen Murphy, mother of the ship's sponsor Navy Seal Lieutenant Michael Murphy, had the honor to break a bottle of champagne across the ship's bow as a navy tradition.

  • Driving the Aegis Cruiser.
    Eyer, K. S. J. // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings; Dec2002, Vol. 128 Issue 12, p70 

    Presents suggestions for handling Aegis cruisers. Advantages of the technique of pumping the rudder to increase the rate of turn of cruisers; Techniques that should be used to maintain the ship position while nearing a pier at slow speeds; Approach needed to overcome the man-overboard problem.

  • Bridgetown, BARBADOS.
    Young, Susan J. // Travel Agent; 4/23/2012, Vol. 340 Issue 3, p36 

    The article discusses the cruising activities at the port of Bridgetown, Barbados and the increase in the popularity of the port for cruise lines. It notes that the Windstar Cruises' Wind Spirit sailing ship has multiple turnaround voyages at the area, while Silversea Cruises has planned to do...

  • PICTURES ON THE WALL.
    BOGART, CHARLES H. // Sea Classics; Mar2013, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p42 

    The article focuses on several photos and colored lithographs of various naval ships used for home decorations in the U.S. It informs that the lithographs included the dynamite cruiser Vesuvius, the protected cruiserPhiladelphia and Newark and the armored cruiser New York. Several photographs of...

  • Pure Allure.
    KOENIG, KEVIN // Power & Motoryacht; Mar2013, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p72 

    The article evaluates the cruiser Targa 62GT from boat manufacturer Fairline.

  • Acting CO--King for a Day.
    Evanoff, Tom // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings; Jul2002, Vol. 128 Issue 7, p75 

    Relates the author's experience as acting commanding officer (CO) of an Aegis cruiser in the United States. Meeting of the ship's CO with the commander of the battle group; Exercises performed by the Aegis cruiser while the captain was onboard the battle group's aircraft carrier; Extension of...

  • PROWLER IN THE GROOVE.
    Evanoff, Tom // Naval Aviation News; Sep/Oct2000, Vol. 82 Issue 6, p6 

    Reports the mounting of an EA-6B Prowler, electronic warfare aircraft to the ramp of George Washington (CVN 73) during a Joint Task Force exercise in the Atlantic Ocean. Utilization of the guided missile cruiser Normandy (CG 60) in the exercise.

  • Death on the Saint Paul.
    Evanoff, Tom // Time; 5/5/1952, Vol. 59 Issue 18, p33 

    The article reports on the death of 30 crew members of the U.S. cruiser Saint Paul from an accidental explosion in one of the forward eight-inch turrets of the naval ship in April 1952.

  • ACB 32 Expedition Flybridge.
    McAfee, Roger // Pacific Yachting: Boating in the Pacific Northwest; Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 2 Issue 5, p75 

    The article evaluates the ACB 32 Expedition Flybridge cruiser from Aluminum Chambered Boats Inc.

  • A Soldier's Story: Bill Havins.
    HUDGINS, SARAH L. // East Bernard Express (TX); 12/19/2013, Vol. 70 Issue 51, p3 

    The article informs about the experiences of radio operator Bill Havins of traveling in the USS Minneapolis CA-36, a heavy cruiser in 1942.

  • U.S., UK and S. Korea conduct joint naval exercises near tense zone.
    HUDGINS, SARAH L. // Geo-Strategy Direct; 12/18/2013, p1 

    The article focuses on the naval exercises conducted by the forces of South Korea, Great Britain and the U.S. at the Korean Peninsula. Various objects used in the exercise includes a 7,600-ton South Korean guided missile destroyer, a 9,800-ton U.S. guided missile cruiser and 8,000-ton British...

  • British and Japanese Viewpoints on the Navy Cruiser Problem.
    Osumi, M. // Congressional Digest; Jan1929, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p6 

    The necessity for the further construction of cruisers by the U.S. having been repeatedly stated at the tripartite conference in Geneva and again in connection with the Anglo-French naval compromise. The U.S. is weaker in the ratio of cruiser force as compared with England; and while England may...

  • Should Uncle Sam Build More Cruisers? Pro.
    Osumi, M. // Congressional Digest; Jan1929, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p13 

    The two foremost nations in the world today are the United States and Great Britain, and these are the two nations that have learned that the differences which arise between them are best settled by other means than a recourse to war. They have learned this salutary lesson through experience....

  • Explosive History Recalled.
    GALLANT, JEFFREY // Diver Magazine; 2013, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p42 

    The article reflects on the revisits of Canadian expeditions to evaluate the wreck of cruiser HMS Raleigh that was crashed in the Strait of Belle Isle, a water way located in Newfoundland and Labrador. It discusses the damage of the cruiser that occurred in the year 1922 when the cruiser was...

  • Aspen Power Cat to Appear at Newport Boat Show.
    GALLANT, JEFFREY // Log Newspaper; 4/13/2012, Issue 917, p37 

    The article evaluates the Aspen C 90 Cruiser from Aspen Power Catamarans.

  • One Charleston Stack or Two?
    Hall II, C. P. // Naval History; Aug2013, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p9 

    A letter to the editor is presented that mentions the essay "America's Greatest Great War Flag Officer," by Chuck Steele, about U.S. Admiral William Sims, and discusses a photograph allegedly depicting the U.S. Navy protected cruiser Charleston, both published in the June 2013 issue of the journal.

  • U.S. to deploy sea-based, Aegis-equipped missile shooter near Japan.
    Hall II, C. P. // Geo-Strategy Direct; 7/19/2006, p18 

    The article reports on the plans of the U.S. Navy to deploy the Aegis-equipped cruiser Shiloh to Japan for the first time in August 2006. Shiloh is the first Navy ship capable of conducting anti-missile operations and is deployed with SM-3 interceptor missiles, which are still in the testing...

  • Notes From England.
    Hall II, C. P. // America; 6/26/1909, Vol. 1 Issue 11, p283 

    This section offers news briefs on issues and events in England in 1909. Liner Sappho collided against the British third-class protected cruiser with the same name in Dungeness, England in late June 1909. The cruiser was damaged but all the crewmen were either landed in life-boats while the...

  • Historic Fleets.
    Baker III, A. D. // Naval History; Oct2004, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p12 

    The four small cruisers of the Atlanta class (CL 51-54) and their successors— the four Oaklands (CL 95-98) and the three Juneaus (CL 119-121)— were the result of mid-1930s diplomatic pressure by Great Britain to limit the standard displacement of future cruisers to 8,000 tons....

  • Missile Defense. . . From The Sea.
    Baker III, A. D. // Sea Power; Sep2002, Vol. 45 Issue 9, p45 

    Features the Aegis guided-missile cruiser USS Lake Erie which is homeported in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Contributions of the United States Navy to the development of a missile shield via this ship; Achievements of the USS Lake Erie in the development of the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense System;...

  • THE USS SALT LAKE CITY'S VERY WET SAILOR!
    Baker III, A. D. // Sea Classics; Sep2011, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p32 

    A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of sailing on the cruiser Salt Lake City (CA-25) in 1945 and later meeting a fellow sailor who had been washed overboard from the boat.

  • NEWS BREAKS: RUSSIA.
    Baker III, A. D. // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 9/15/2008, Vol. 169 Issue 10, p22 

    The article reports that two Russian air force Tupolev Tu-160 Blackjack strategic bombers will return to their base on September 15, 2008, following a five-day deployment to Venezuela. According to Russia's Novosti news agency, the country is planning to hold a naval exercise with Venezuela...

  • I Saw the Helena Go Down.
    Morris, C. G.; Cave, Hugh B. // Saturday Evening Post; 1/22/1944, Vol. 216 Issue 30, p20 

    Presents an article on the U.S.S. Helena cruiser which was ambushed by the Japanese at the Kula Gulf in Kolombangara, Solomon Islands. Overview of the military weapons of the cruiser; Impact of two torpedos on the ship; Use of a flashlight to the survivors of the ship.

  • The War.
    Morris, C. G.; Cave, Hugh B. // America; 6/28/1919, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p293 

    The article reports that the German crews interned at Scapa Flow in the Orkneys sank most of their fleet in Germany on June 21, 1919. It notes that the battleships and battle cruisers were lost, 18 destroyers were beached, while the others went ashore in a half-sunken condition. Admiral Sir...

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