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  • |chain=Aviation Ships {{Footer British Aviation Ships}}
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  • |chain=Aviation Ships As originally planned, the ship would have three [[21-in T.R. Torpedo Tube (UK)|21-in Triple Revolving torp
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  • |chain=Aviation Ships ...were thwarted by the sort of difficulties that typically mooted such early aviation efforts, in this case, engine and wireless problems. After the battle, she
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  • *[[:Category:Aviation Ship (UK)|British Aviation Ships]] *[[Central Power Aviation]]
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  • ...uring the [[First World War]], emerging as one of the pioneers of war-time aviation, before becoming in retirement a politician. ...encer Bacon|Reginald Bacon]] and recently commissioned as the first parent ship for submarines, of which the Holland boats were just entering for service a
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  • ...A, p. 14.</ref> He entered the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] at Dartmouth on 15 July, 1877 and left on 24 July, 1879. ...which Sir Robert went to as well. So he came down early to get off to the ship. He found the Admiral's barge waiting there, and said "The Admiral's still
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  • ....F.C., R.N. (8 July, 1883 &ndash; 5 February, 1931) was a pioneer of naval aviation in the [[Royal Navy]] and had an exremely active flying career during the [ ...and), Friday, Aug 13, 1897; pg. 8; Issue 35281.</ref> He joined his first ship as a [[Midshipman (Royal Navy)|Midshipman]] in 1898. He served in the {{UK
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  • ...ssels in the [[Asiatic Squadron]]. He returned home on board the hospital ship ''Solace'' in March, 1900. From April, 1900 to before August 1902 he was a ...s in Washington, D.C. on 17 April, 1907, Captain Vreeland went to New York Ship in Camden, New Jersey the next day to commission the new [[Connecticut Clas
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  • In 1910, ''Hermes'' was the best gunnery ship of the three tested at the [[Cape of Good Hope Station]], scoring 75.66 &nd ...e|appt=|end=31 October, 1914{{HepperLosses|p. 28}}|succBy=Vessel Lost|note=ship lost under his command}}
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  • |chain=Aviation Ships ...d back to a cruiser. Finally, in 1939-40, she was converted into a repair ship. In light of this meandering identity, we treat her as a distinct class.
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  • * Classic Ship Models: Number 1 The USS Wilkes-Barre, by Lawrence Sowinski * Technical Topics: Ship's Armament, by N J M Campbell
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  • |chain=Aviation Ships ...aircraft carrier completed for the [[Royal Navy]] in 1924, being the first ship designed from the outset to operate aircraft in a proper manner &ndash; bei
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  • Articles on aviation and press cuttings with some related letters, circa 1928. ...hotographs of the Flying Squadron and some good photographs taken on board ship 1884.
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  • |chain=Aviation Ships * [http://www.naval-history.net/OWShips-WW1-04-HMS_Pegasus.htm Transcribed Ship Logs at naval-history.net]
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  • |chain=Aviation Ships ...30<ref>Archer Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/53/141.|}} f. 140.</ref>|note=ship is in reserve}}
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  • ...Irving Chambers|Washington I. Chambers]], the officer placed in charge of aviation matters, chose Ellyson to take up Glenn Curtiss's offer of flight training ...a well-balanced man who would be able to assist in building up a system of aviation training in the Navy. I've no doubt you see the importance of avoiding the
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  • |'''Ship'''||'''Type'''||'''Launched'''||'''Fate''' ==Aviation==
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  • |chain=Aviation Ships {{Footer British Aviation Ships}}
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  • |chain=Aviation Ships ...43.|D7603850}} f. 348.</ref>{{NLSep20|p. 728}}|end=c. 20 November 1920<ref>Ship returned to England according to [http://www.naval-history.net/OWShips-WW1-
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  • |chain=Aviation Ships ...appt=22 May, 1919{{NLJul19|p. 990-3}}|end=12 July, 1919|note=dismissed the ship by C.M. for drinking}}
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