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  • ...ensively on the details of this class in their 1903 ''Annual Report of the Torpedo School''.{{ARTS1903|pp. 86-91}} ...ns, messes, and the forty five 12-in desk fans and eight 16-in fans in the officers' quarters. There were 1,100 lighting fixtures in all, 730 of them on the b
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  • ...rovided [[Voicepipe]]s, possibly with one for gun control and a second for torpedo control.{{HFCI1914|p. 67}} ...ng]]s positioned at each gun, with six Navyphones being provided for group officers.
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  • ...on of your hoisting your pennant on board the Queen Mary I offer you, your officers, and men my hearty good wishes for a happy and prosperous commission.<ref>" ..."cinematograph" for the benefit of the crew. For the benefit of the petty officers a laundry was installed.<ref>James. ''The Eyes of the Navy''. pp. 14-17.<
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  • ...fficers. The War Staff is to be the means of preparing and training those officers who arrive, or are likely to arrive, by the excellence of their sea service ...henever convenient consult the Directors of the various Divisions or other officers if necessary. This direction is essential to prevent that group of evils wh
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  • ...ring aboard ''Maryland'' to help serve her antiaircraft batteries. Twenty officers and 395 enlisted men were either killed or missing, 32 others wounded, and
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  • ...e five destroyers that comprised the First Division of the Asiatic Fleet's Torpedo Flotilla.{{USOfficerReg1917|p. 310}} ...Twenty of his crew perished with him, including all but one of the ship's officers.{{FeuerUSNWW1|p. 23}} One of the numerous new [[Clemson Class Destroyer (1
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  • In 1905 Chandler wrote an "extensive defense" of the amalgamation of line officers and engineers for the ''U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings''.<ref>Chandler. ...tsRow|Preceded by<br>'''?'''|'''[[First Torpedo Flotilla|In Command, First Torpedo Flotilla]]'''<br>19 Jul, 1901{{USOfficerReg1904|p. 28}} &ndash; 1904{{USOff
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  • |type=torpedo boat |chain=Torpedo Boats
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  • He was appointed to {{UK-Vernon}} on 9 September, 1883 to qualify as a torpedo Lieutenant.{{NLJul84|p. 250}} He emerged with a first-class certificate in ...e'' and ''Diamond'', out of a complement of 780 men ''Formidable'' lost 35 officers and 512 men dead, including Captain [[Arthur Noel Loxley|Arthur N. Loxley]]
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  • [[File:HandbookTorpedoControl1916Plate41.jpg|thumb|400px| '''Torpedo Sight Corrector'''{{HTC1916|Plate 41}}]] ...ate the effect of [[Torpedo Director|director]] errors for men using the [[Torpedo Attack Trainer]].{{ARTS1916|p. 34. (A.L. G. 6788/16)}}
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  • ...Torpedo Attack Table''' was a [[Torpedo Control]] teaching aid to practice torpedo attacks. [[File:ARTS1915Plate9.jpg|thumb|200px| '''Torpedo Attack Trainer'''{{ARTS1915|Plate 9}}<br>Early design sketch ]]
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  • ...N. (25 January, 1841 &ndash; 10 July, 1920) was one of the most celebrated officers in the history of the [[Royal Navy]]. He was actively involved in the serv He became a gunnery expert, founded the Navy's torpedo branch and upon joining the [[Board of Admiralty]] started a twenty-year pe
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  • ...> At the end of the year he went through the Lieutenants' short course of Torpedo on half pay, and on 1 January, 1885, commissioned as Commander (Second-in-C ...Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/39.}} f. 167.</ref> One of his commanding officers, Captain (later Admiral Sir) [[Walter Henry Cowan, First Baronet|Walter H.
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  • ...."<ref>Wester Wemyss. p. 33.</ref> On 12 October he was appointed to the torpedo depĂ´t ship [[H.M.S. Hecla (1878)|''Hecla'']] in the Mediterranean. He wa ..., a family friend. On 6 May, 1892, he received his first command, that of Torpedo Boat 21, which was commissioned for training purposes.<ref>{{TNA|ADM 196/42
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  • ...went to Woolwich Arsenal, London, for a seven day course of instruction in torpedo apparatus. Jackson had a strong interest in the scientific aspects of his ...ineteenth century and was the world's first effective self-propelled naval torpedo, developed by an English engineer, [[Whitehead & Company|Robert Whitehead]]
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  • ...than colleagues, which according to Dr. C. I. Hamilton "annoyed many naval officers."<ref>Hamilton. p. 153.</ref> ...pleases according to his discretion, & in the case of the appointments of Officers to Superior Commands he often consults the 2<sup>nd</sup> as well as the 1<
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  • ...aptRN}} [[Arthur William Moore|Arthur W. Moore]], with a complement of 699 officers and men.<ref>"Naval and Military Intelligence" (Official Appointments and N ===Torpedo Control===
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  • The office of '''Surveyor of the Navy''' had been one of the five Principal Officers of the Civil Departments of the Navy. By Order in Council of 23 January, 18 | Appointment of Medical Officers.
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  • 6.50p Officers and men in 4 separate locations aboard Revenge feel a shock as if the ship ..."Ship gave two very distinct shudders, which were at first thought to be a torpedo. This was afterwards ascertained to be incorrect." Her captain's report ca
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  • |{{US-Alarm|f=p}}||torpedo ram||13 Nov, 1873|| 28 Feb, 1898 ==Engineer Officers==
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