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  • ...r the [[U.S. Navy]]. The ''Fortunes'' would form the core the U.S. Navy's tug fleet until the turn of the century. {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ...was one of four [[King George V Class Battleship (1911)|''King George V'' class]] battleships completed for the [[Royal Navy]] in 1912-13. She was lost to ...st Earl Jellicoe|Sir John Jellicoe]] ordered every available destroyer and tug out to assist, but did not dare send out battleships to tow ''Audacious'' i
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  • ...red her first salvo at an enemy ship—four funnels—apparently of "Roon" class. She was noticed to be already disabled and stopped. ...three of enemy's Battleships of [[Kaiser Class Battleship (1911)|"Kaiser" class]] were seen indistinctly through the mist, and seven or eight salvoes were
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  • Thereafter, on the lower deck he became known as "Tug" Wilson, after a British heavy-weight fighter of that name.<ref>"Points fro ...ictoria's golden jubilee, he was appointed an Ordinary Member of the Third Class, or Companion, in the Military Division of the Most Honourable Order of the
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  • ...on the morning of the 9th; 60 women and children were then sent out to the tug ''Leyden''. Atwater then closed the lighthouse and left the flag flying, a ...n 9 May, proceeding thence to New Bedford, arriving there on 14 June. The tug ''Osceola'' subsequently replaced ''Chickasaw'' as Amphitrite's tender, joi
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  • ...opened fire on battleship of [[König Class Battleship (1913)|''Markgraf'' class]], one point before the starboard beam, distant 10,200 yards, steering sout ...rse to S.E. by S., and fired a torpedo at a battleship of the ''Markgraf'' class. At 7.33 three torpedoes were observed on starboard beam and bow, course w
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  • ...''Victoria''''' was one of two [[Sans Pareil Class (1887)|''Sans Pareil'' Class]] [[battleship]]s built for the [[Royal Navy]], named in honour of Queen Vi ...Malta in the despatch-vessel {{UK-1Surprise}} and he ordered the dockyard tug ''Sampson'' with pumping equipment and hawsers to sail Platea.<ref>Penrose
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  • Lyne entered the service as a Boy, Second Class on 15 December, 1884.<ref>Lyne Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/91/31.|}} f. Lyne was appointed in command of the tug/special service vessel {{UK-Traveller}} from 28 June, 1902 to 22 May, 1903.
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  • ...'''' was one of 21 [[Apollo Class Cruiser (1890)|''Apollo'' class]] second-class cruisers completed in the early to mid 1890s. ...uns and released oil to calm the water enough to launch boats. At 8:30, a tug and a trawler arrived, joined later by the ''City of Cambridge'' and the {{
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  • |fate2=w/ tug in Sea of Marmara ...M.S. ''Speedy''''' was one of sixty-seven [["S" Class Destroyer (1918)|"S" class destroyers]] built for the [[Royal Navy]] as the [[Great War]] was ending.
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  • '''H.M.S. ''Wizard''''' was one of thirty-six [[27 Knotter]]s, a broad meta-class of early [[Torpedo Boat Destroyer]]s built for the [[Royal Navy]] in the 18 In 1901, ''Wizard'' collided with the tug ''Malta'' due to an error in judgement of Gunner-in-Command [[John William
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  • ...ith her machinery disabled. She was towed down to Chatham by the dockyard tug ''Grinder''.{{NMI|Thursday, Jul 21, 1898; pg. 10; Issue 35574}} {{Footer "A" Class Destroyer (1894)}}
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  • ...class torpedo boats of the [[Cricket Class Torpedo Boat (1906)|''Cricket'' class]]. ...Marmion''. Ten feet of the torpedo boat's stem was twisted to port; the tug emerged unhurt. T.B. 6 was docked.{{NMI|1 June 1912, p. 6}} The Admiralty
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  • ...irmingham''''' was one of three [[Chester Class Cruiser (1907)|''Chester'' class light cruisers]] completed for the [[U.S. Navy]]. ..., 1910. Volume '''XLVII''', No. 1578, p. 21.</ref><ref>"Identify Yawl of Tug Nina". ''The Army and Navy Register''. Saturday, 19 March, 1910. Volume
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  • ...ut was appointed to the Naval Academy from New Jersey, graduating with the Class of 1886. He was promoted to the rank of {{EnsUS}} on 1 July, 1888 and to th ...ficerReg1900|pp. 28-29}} and was appointed to his first command, the armed tug ''Wompatuck'' in 1901.{{USOfficerReg1902|p. 24}} After serving as Flag Lieu
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  • ...confused with the submarines of Britain's [["C" Class Submarine (1906)|"C" class]]. {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ...'''' was one of five [[Octopus Class Submarine (1906)|''Octopus'' (or "C") class submarines]] completed for the [[U.S. Navy]]. ...a Canal Zone, their crews living aboard {{US-Severn|f=p}}, assisted by the tug ''Potomac''.{{USNavalEstimatesVolII1916|p. 1553}}
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  • ...'''' was one of five [[Octopus Class Submarine (1906)|''Octopus'' (or "C") class submarines]] completed for the [[U.S. Navy]]. ...a Canal Zone, their crews living aboard {{US-Severn|f=p}}, assisted by the tug ''Potomac''.{{USNavalEstimatesVolII1916|p. 1553}}
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  • ...'''' was one of five [[Octopus Class Submarine (1906)|''Octopus'' (or "C") class submarines]] completed for the [[U.S. Navy]]. ...a Canal Zone, their crews living aboard {{US-Severn|f=p}}, assisted by the tug ''Potomac''.{{USNavalEstimatesVolII1916|p. 1553}}
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  • ...'''' was one of five [[Octopus Class Submarine (1906)|''Octopus'' (or "C") class submarines]] completed for the [[U.S. Navy]]. ...a Canal Zone, their crews living aboard {{US-Severn|f=p}}, assisted by the tug ''Potomac''.{{USNavalEstimatesVolII1916|p. 1553}}
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  • ...'''' was one of five [[Octopus Class Submarine (1906)|''Octopus'' (or "C") class submarines]] completed for the [[U.S. Navy]]. ...a Canal Zone, their crews living aboard {{US-Severn|f=p}}, assisted by the tug ''Potomac''.{{USNavalEstimatesVolII1916|p. 1553}}
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