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    combat over water. There were dreadnought battleships, pre-dreadnought battleships, torpedo boats, destroyers, monitors, submarines, and cruisers. The types of primary ships evolved throughout the war. Dreadnought Battleships These types of battleships were named after the warship that the British introduced in WWI. They differed from previous battleships because they had a primary armament of guns and a light secondary armament to defend themselves against other ships. The defensive weaponry was mainly for protection against torpedo crafts. An example of a dreadnought battleship is the HMS Dreadnought.…

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    reasons and causes. The Battleship, Destroyers, may not be most durable ship, but it’s capable of carrying their own weight while maxing out their speed, stealth, and surprising firepower. Torpedoes are the foremost destructive weapon on the Destroyers (“The Battleship”). Torpedoes can completely destroy types of class ships, as long as they can hit them (“The Battleship”). This warship is capable of taking part in a wide range of missions (“The Battleships”). In addition, the location of…

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    assets comprised of aircraft carriers, destroyers, cruisers, patrol boats, mine hunting and mine sweeping ships, helicopters, and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) form a set of different systems in maritime forces. Naval Forces all around the world have naval vessels to protect sea lanes, attack enemy forces, and carry out humanitarian missions. Missions performed by the navies change from patrolling sea to performing some exercises in peacetime and so on. Naval vessels are designed to fulfill the…

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    Chester (CA-27), USS Antares and USS Argonne (AG’s), before he served on USS Craven (DD-382) as the Executive Officer in 1937 (“Admiral Arleigh A Burke”). However, he studied Ordnance Engineering, and then served two tours with the Bureau of Ordnance. Following his command tour of a ship, two tours as commander of separate Destroyer Divisions, and his first Destroyer Squadron, he made a name for himself and showed effective leadership traits while at command of Destroyer Squadron 23 (Little…

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    was 40 years until the United States was introduced to the naval vessel known as the destroyer. It began in 1866 when Captain Giovanni Luppis of the Austrian Navy had invented the self-propelled torpedo which changed sea warfare forever. With the invention of these torpedoes combined with small cheap speed boats known as torpedo boats caused real trouble for the larger combat vessels known as battleships. Torpedo boats did this by either overwhelming them with their sheer numbers combined…

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    “As the liars had fooled everyone, white people ad Indians alike”, this caused them to be susceptible to the destroyers’ plan (Silko 191). By not understanding themselves the Native Americans lost their ways. They either became stagnant and held a firm unchanging grip on tradition or abandoned the traditional ways altogether. By forgetting the truth of their ceremonies, the Native Americans experienced turmoil that manifests in Tayo’s illness and the state of the reservation. The resulting…

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    known as the destroyer. It began in 1866 when Captain Giovanni Luppis of the Austrian Navy had invented the self-propelled torpedo which changed sea warfare forever. With the invention of these torpedoes combined with small cheap speed boats known as torpedo boats caused real trouble for the larger combat vessels known as battleships. Torpedo boats did this by either overwhelming them with their sheer numbers combined with their tremendous speed and maneuverability which was proven during the…

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