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  • ...the Royal Navy: two [[18-in R.G.F. Mark IV Torpedo]]es from the Malta Sub-Depot.{{ARTS1898|p. 42}} {{CatShipPreDreadnought|UK}}
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  • ...vy]] to receive torpedoes fitted for gyroscopes, drawn from the Portsmouth Depot. Though there were four torpedoes, only two gyros were initially supplied:{ * two {{Torp|18-in Mark IV|UK}}es, S.L. type
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  • ...ref> She was sent to Loch Ewe on 30 August for service as a local defence ship.<ref>''Monograph 6''. p. 52.</ref> ...fitted for gyroscopes (but only two gyroscopes), drawn from the Portsmouth Depot:{{ARTS1898|p. 42}}
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  • The ship's 6-in gunnery trials were conducted on 5 October, and her 12-in on 18 Octo ...anent Secretary to the Board of Admiralty]]. They were conducted over the ship by the new Admiral Superintendent, Rear-Admiral [[Hilary Gustavus Andoe|Hil
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  • ....M.S. ''Majestic''''' was a battleship of the [[Royal Navy]], and the lead ship of the [[Majestic Class Battleship (1894)|''Majestic'' class]]. She served ...have been delayed by armour plate being diverted to the construction of {{UK-Magnificent|f=p}} at [[Chatham Royal Dockyard]].
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  • She was the fourth ship of the [[Royal Navy]] to bear the name. ...renamed ''Victorious II'' in July or September, being attached to sister {{UK-Victorious}} and under a common captain.{{CN}}
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  • ...ut a large crowd of people were gathered to witness the christening of the ship. ''Glory'' was christened by Mrs. John M. Laird. In 1920, she was renamed ''Crescent'' and became port depot ship for Rosyth, bearing a great many additional officers for duties ranging fro
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  • ...ted torpedo director whose various bars could be locked down with a target ship. It would be used after a trial run on the torpedo attack trainer and illu A target ship image of appropriate scale for the range in the training scenario at which
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  • ...et from each other. It was to be a casual affair "very easily made in the ship." ...for trainable tubes, the director could also be allowed to train over the ship.
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  • |nat=UK ...vy]] to receive torpedoes fitted for gyroscopes, drawn from the Portsmouth Depot. It is not entirely clear whether she received four or six torpedoes, but
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  • ...system employing stethoscopes. By the turn of 1906, he was appointed to {{UK-Albemarle}} and by February was actively investigating optical spotting too He was appointed First and (G) of the battle cruiser {{UK-Invincible}} in August, 1913. He became just the gunnery officer on 1 Janu
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  • In December, 1884 Shelford passed out of [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|H.M.S. ''Britannia'']], having qualfied for entrance as a Colonial Cadet f ...ed 14 May, 1889.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/26111/pages/6800 no. 26111. p. 6800.] 2 December, 1890.</ref>
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  • Two submarines were known to participate: {{UK-A8}} and {{UK-A9}}.{{AWO1914|109 of 10 July, 1914}} |align=center colspan=6|'''Depot Ship'''
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  • ...he Somaliland operations of 1903–4, and as [[First Lieutenant]] in the {{UK-Philomel|f=t}} he took part in the suppression of gun-running in the [[Pers On 3 July, 1906 he was appointed in command of the {{UK-TB81|f=t}}.{{NLJan07|p. 400}}
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  • ...aving in December, 1903. In April, 1902, ''Thrasher'' collided with the {{UK-Coquette}}, and Raikes was found at fault. He was simply warned to be more After some time in the {{UK-Enchantress|f=t}}, Raikes was promoted to {{CommRN}} on 31 December, 1905.
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  • ...s made a midshipman on 18 June, 1880.{{NLJul81|p. 10}} While serving in {{UK-1Audacious}} in 1883, an impish turn prompted him to write "improper remark ...and remained in her until 1 February, 1899 when he moved to command the {{UK-1Wanderer|f=t}}, remaining in her until being promoted to {{CommRN}} on 30
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  • |'''Ship'''||'''Type'''||'''Launched'''||'''Fate''' |{{UK-Sutlej|f=p}}||armoured cruiser||18 Nov, 1899||Sold 9 May, 1921
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  • ...tober, 1886. ''Canada'' paid off on 11 November, 1889 and Coode went to {{UK-Excellent}} for Royal Naval College in early 1890.<ref>Coode Service Record ...4 October, 1889.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/26171/pages/3118 no. 26171. p. 3118.] 12 June, 1891.</ref>
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  • ...qualified as torpedo lieutenant he served for three years in the cruiser {{UK-Imperieuse}}, flagship of the China station. On 7 July, 1887, he was loaned to command the {{UK-TB86|f=t}} for manoeuvres.<ref>"Naval and Military Intelligence". ''The Ti
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  • ...ke'' class cruisers]] completed in the early 1890s. She served as a depot ship in the Great War. One of the ship's boilers exploded off the Lizard on 24 June, 1896, resulting in the death
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