Citations with the tag: WARSHIPS
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- Raising The Monitor.
// Weekly Reader News - Edition 4; 9/20/2002, Vol. 84 Issue 4, p4
Reports on the recovery of the submerged warship Monitor at the Atlantic Ocean. Contribution of the Monitor to world history; Display of the ship's artifacts at the maritime museum; Shipbuilding features.
- Past, present and future.
// All Hands; May95, Issue 937, p12
Presents illustrations of American naval ships published in the past issues of `All Hands' magazine.
- Looking ahead...
// All Hands; May95, Issue 937, p14
Illustrates possible future designs of American naval ships. Includes surface effect ships; Small waterplane twin hull.
- Ships' doors.
Mooney, Ray // All Hands; May95, Issue 937, p28
Presents photographs highlighting door decorations in several naval ships. Includes decorations at USS Enterprise, USS George Washington and USS Comstock; Factors that drive sailors to decorate a ship's doors.
- EVACUATION IN LIBERIA: USS Guam (LPH 9) supports Assured Response.
Wagner, E. Michael // All Hands; Sep96, Issue 953, p18
The article presents information on the USS Guam (LPH 9), a naval ship, and its various operations during the evacuation efforts in Liberia.
- 1996 Battle `E' winners.
Wagner, E. Michael // All Hands; Jul97, Issue 963, p40
Presents the winning warships in the Battle Efficiency Award in the United States. Recognition of a surface ship's sustained superior performance in an operational environment; Names of the winning ships.
- USS Cormorant commissioned.
Wagner, E. Michael // All Hands; Jul97, Issue 963, p44
Reports that the coastal mine hunter Cormorant was commissioned at Harbor Island, Tampa, Florida. Total number of officers and crews commissioned; Cormorant as the seventh of the 12 Osprey-class ships to be built.
- THE STORY OF THE VASA.
ABBINK, EMILY // dig; May2011, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p16
The article relates the story of the royal warship of Sweden called Vasa that sank at the harbor of Stockholm, Sweden before it started to sail on August 10, 1628.
- `The famous fighting ship' ends service.
Towler, Blake // Naval Aviation News; Nov/Dec95, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p11
Reports that the amphibious assault ship `Tripoli' has been decommissioned. Awards and citations of the ship; Deployments.
- LCS Crew to be Hybrid Sailors.
Henson, Susan // All Hands; Sep2005, Issue 1061, p6
Focuses on a training program for the first crew members of the U.S. Navy's first Littoral Combat Ship.
- Speaking with Sailors.
Henson, Susan // All Hands; Jul2007, Issue 1083, p4
The article presents information on the U.S. ship "Trayer(BST-21)" commissioned by the Recruit Training Command's (RTC) Battle Stations-21, Great Lakes.
- Southern Partnership Station Begins Aboard Swift.
Ball, Daniel // All Hands; Feb2009, Issue 1103, p32
The article reports that High speed vessel HSV-2 Swift (HSV 2) has departed Louisiana for a five-month deployment in support of Southern Partnership Station (SPS) in the U.S. Southern Command area.
- USS Chinook (PC 9) Makes First Overnight U.S. Ship Visit to Iraq.
Christensen, Nathan // All Hands; Jun2009, Issue 1107, p33
The article reports on the visit of USS Chinook (PC 9) to Iraq which marked the first overnight port visit to Iraq by a U.S. ship.
- Electronic Attack Squadron Returns from Afghanistan.
Yates, Tucker M. // All Hands; Jun2009, Issue 1107, p34
The article reports on the return of the Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) to the U.S. from a six-month deployment to Afghanistan in support of the operation "Enduring Freedom."
- USS Mesa Verde: OUR NAVAL TRADITION.
Sutto, Sr., Jonathan // All Hands; Sep2009, Issue 1110, p26
The article provides information on the USS Mesa Verde (LPD-19), the third San Antonio-class LPD.
- First frigate duel of 1812.
Feuer, A.B. // Military History; Feb97, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p30
Focuses on the naval war between the United States (U.S.) and Great Britain on June 18, 1812. Number of ships and frigates in the Royal Navy; Number of fighting ships owned by the U.S. Navy; United States President James Madison's intimidation by the disparity between the navies of the two...
- `Cheap, nasty' Navy.
Clugston, Michael; Callis, Dan // Canadian Geographic; May/Jun95, Vol. 115 Issue 3, p66
Features Canada's wartime fleet of corvettes which battled U-boats and the North Atlantic. Physical description of the corvettes; Design for short-range and in-shore duties; Comparison of construction to military ships; Naval memorial in HMCS Sackville.
- The missed chance.
Clugston, Michael; Callis, Dan // American History; Feb/Mar95, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p74
Focuses on the battleship `New York,' designed during the creation of modern Navy in the United States between 1880 and 1890. Features; Service with Rear Admiral William T. Sampson as flagship of the North Atlantic Squadron during the Spanish-American War; End of her days as a hulk at the U.S....
- THE LUCKY ONES.
Bebbington, Jim // Boys' Life; Jan2007, Vol. 97 Issue 1, p42
The article presents the author's experience of spending five days in shark-infested water when his warship sank into the Pacific Ocean.
Bebbington, Jim // Military Technology; 2010, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p101
A photograph of the HOLLAND warship's launching at Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding in the Netherlands is presented.
Pantcheliev, Kaloyan // Naval Forces; Apr2002, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p117
Reports that official representatives of Bulgaria, Georgia, Romania, Russia and Turkey signed an agreement for the formation of a Black Sea Cooperation Task Force on April 2, 2001 in Istanbul, Turkey. Number of combat ships that will compose the task force; Objectives of the task force; List of...
- Intelligence, Counterintelligence, and Gunpowder.
Miller, Jerry // Cobblestone; Oct2002, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p11
Talks about the arrival of British warships in Boston Harbor in Massachusetts in 1768.
- Fleet week '97 opens naval ship to young New Yorkers.
Tulton, Leon // New York Amsterdam News; 05/31/97, Vol. 88 Issue 22, p19
Reports that as part of Fleet Week '97 naval ships opened their doors to the public during the week of May 25, 1997, to educate young New Yorkers about the various opportunities in the Navy. Details on the USS Wasp, a multipurpose battle ship; Number of crew members; Job responsibilities of...
- Suicide bombers in Sri Lanka.
Tulton, Leon // Time International (South Pacific Edition); 10/3/94, Issue 40, p20
Reports on the destruction of a Sri Lankan navy warships due to suicide bombers.
- 2 IRAN WARSHIPS CROSS SUEZ.
Tulton, Leon // Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition); 2/22/2011, Vol. 195 Issue 5041, p1
The article reports on anger of the Israelis on the entry of two Iranian naval ships to the Suez Canal, Egypt.
- HMAS "WALLER" SINKEX.
Tulton, Leon // Naval Forces; 2010 Special Issue, Vol. 31, p34
The article reports on the Her of His Majesty's Australian Ship (HMAS) "Waller" firing a torpedo to "Fletcher" ship in a SINKEX trials.
- Chileans celebrate bicentennial.
Tulton, Leon // Pipe Dream; 9/21/2010, Vol. 78 Issue 3, p13
A photograph of Chilean and foreign Navy ships that take part in a bicentennial naval review in Chile's Valparaiso is presented.
- Visit of Pakistan Navy Ship to China.
Tulton, Leon // Hilal; 2011, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p40
The article focuses on the visit of the Pakistani Navy ships PNS SHAMSHER and PNS NASR to China.
- La Construcci�n Naval en Sudam�rica, experiencias y proyecciones.
Saravia, Hern�n Barria // Tecnologia Militar; 2005, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p58
No abstract available.
- U.S. activates a dozen RRF vessels in anticipation of Haiti invasion.
James, Robert P. // Traffic World; 9/19/94, Vol. 239 Issue 12, p35
Focuses on ships of the Ready Reserve Force (RRF). First use of RRFs in Persian Gulf; Activation of RRF fleet for Haiti invasion; Provision of large quantities of vessel capacity for military operations; Operation of RRF by the Maritime Administration for the Military Sealift Command; Activation...
- Ahead: The good ships Truman and Reagan.
James, Robert P. // U.S. News & World Report; 2/13/95, Vol. 118 Issue 6, p15
Discusses how former Presidents Harry Truman and Ronald Reagan had aircraft carriers named after them. Other presidents on whom the honor was bestowed.
- 12 new ships.
James, Robert P. // All Hands; Jun97, Issue 962, p42
Reports on the Bureau of Naval Personnel's search for personnel to run 12 new ships entering the fleet in 1998-99. Names of the ships; Launching schedules.
- THE WARSHIP.
James, Robert P. // New York; 11/2/2009, Vol. 42 Issue 36, p11
The article reports that the U.S.S. New York, the first warship in 63 years to have the name of a city and state, is scheduled to arrive at Pier 88 in Manhattan, New York City where it will be commissioned on November 7, 2011.
- France's stealth ship.
Pope, Gregory T.; Boatman, John // Popular Mechanics; Sep94, Vol. 171 Issue 9, p23
Feature France's `La Fayette' warship. Signature reduction; Use of fiberglass construction; Standard equipment including a 100mm gun and Exocet missiles.
- India Says Ship Near Vietnam Warned by China.
Pope, Gregory T.; Boatman, John // India -- West; 9/9/2011, Vol. 36 Issue 42, pA37
The article reports that the Indian naval vessel, INS Airavat, was warned by China that it has allegedly violated Chinese territorial waters at a distance of 45 nautical miles off the coast of Vietnam on July 22, 2011.
- The Corvettes and Frigate New Wave.
Friedman, Norman; Biass, Eric H. // Armada International; Apr/May2003, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p58
Provides information on frigates and corvettes. List of countries building the naval ships; Features of the ships; Capabilities of the ships.
- Improving the Sting of the Corvette.
Hanson, Anatole // Armada International; Apr/May2003, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p68
Focuses on the upgrading of corvettes and frigates. List of countries upgrading their warships; Areas of the ships being upgraded; Features of the ships.
- MORE ON CORVETTES.
Legien, Wolfgang // Naval Forces; Jun2002, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p33
Evaluates three corvettes. Spanish Afcon corvette; Russian Project 20380 Corvettes; Croatian Fast Missile Corvette Kralj Petra Kresimir IV Class.
- USS Kidd Declared an AWS Historical Welded Structure.
Campbell, Susan // Welding Journal; Aug2003, Vol. 82 Issue 8, p61
Reports on the American Welding Society's designation of the U.S. navy destroyer USS Kidd as a Historical Welded Structure. History of military operations; Damages incurred during the Second World War; Ship restoration.
- USS Zumwalt.
Polmar, Norman // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings; Aug2000, Vol. 126 Issue 8, p87
Features the Zumwalt-class destroyers of the United States Navy. Changes in warship development; Reduction of manning; Increase in firepower and propulsion; Hull design; Distinction between battleships, aircraft carriers and destroyers.
- Lest We Forget.
Wertheim, Eric // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings; Dec2002, Vol. 128 Issue 12, p94
Focuses on the Fletcher (DD-445)-class destroyer USS Van Valkenburgh (DD-656) that was commissioned on 2 August 1944. Operations performed by Van Valkenburgh at Iwo Jima in February 1945; Assistance provided by Van Valkenburgh to save LST-844; Final decommission of Van Valkenburgh on February 1954.
- USS Lassen Commissioned; DDG 95 Will Honor MOH Hero Williams.
Burgess, Richard R. // Sea Power; Jul2001, Vol. 44 Issue 7, p21
Focuses on the commissioning ceremonies of the USS Lassen, an Arleigh Burke-class Aegis guided-missile destroyer, in Florida in 2001. Commandant for the ship; Speakers during the commissioning ceremonies; Manufacturer of the destroyer; Helicopter pilot with whom the destroyer was named.
- K-130 CORVETTE "ERFURT" CHRISTENED IN EMDEN.
Wiedemann, Jan // Naval Forces; 2007, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p119
The article reports on the christening ceremony of Erfurt, a K-130 corvette, in Nordseewerke, Emden, Germany on March 29, 2007 purchased by the German Navy. The christening ceremony was performed by Lord Mayor of the City of Erfurt Andreas Bausewein and his wife Sysann. According to Bausewein,...
- Stealthy New Look For The Navy.
Wiedemann, Jan // 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.
- Stealth And Speed At Sea.
Wiedemann, Jan // Popular Mechanics; Aug2001, Vol. 178 Issue 8, p24
Describes the six Visby corvettes war ships built by Karlskronavarvet company in Sweden.
- COMBAT FLEETS.
Wertheim, Eric // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings; Oct2007, Vol. 133 Issue 10, p92
The article offers news briefs related to the combat fleets of the navies of various countries. On August 23, 2007, the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force launched the Hyuga, which is the first of a new four-ship class of helicopter-carrying destroyers. On August 21, 2007, a ceremony marked...
- FROM OUR ARCHIVE.
Wertheim, Eric // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings; Aug2007, Vol. 133 Issue 8, p96
A photograph of a coast guardsman on board of 38-foot ex-Black Marlin ship is presented.
- Sunken Ship.
Wertheim, Eric // Scholastic News -- Edition 3; 3/30/2009, Vol. 65 Issue 19, p3
The article focuses on the discovery of the HMS Victory warship which disappeared in 1744.
- READING ASSESSMENT, SENIOR, Spring 2003/ H.L. HUNLEY.
Wertheim, Eric // Weekly Reader News - Senior; 3/7/2003, Vol. 81 Issue 20, p4A
Presents students questions after reading an article about the Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley. Number of people who were killed when the submarine sank three times; Leader of the team that developed a submarine for the Confederacy.
- U.S.-flag subsidies.
Wertheim, Eric // JoC Week; 01/28/2002, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p25
Reports the expiration schedule of the Maritime Security Program (MSP) which offers subsidies for warships in the United States. Absence of controversy on MSP appropriation; Concerns of a replacement subsidizing program in the expiration of MSP; Need of an internal dispute settlement...