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  • ...(1913)|''Laforey'' class destroyers]], encountered four obsolescent German torpedo boats heading out to sow mines. ...four ships approaching. Ten minutes later, they were identified as German torpedo boats in line abreast. The British closed and the Germans turned away both
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  • ...NLJul85|p. 214}} From ''T.B. 3'' he went to {{UK-Vernon}} to qualify as a torpedo Lieutenant on 30 September, 1885.{{NLDec85|p. 256}} Hamilton attended a fiftieth anniversary dinner with other surviving officers present at Alexandria at the United Service Academy on 11 July, 1932. He w
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  • ...es Streeten was appointed additional to the {{UK-Hecla}} and, briefly, for torpedo duties in the {{UK-1Indus|f=t}} before returning to the ''Sultan'' on 26 Ju ...8 February, 1897, with retired pay of £395 a year. Although many retired officers volunteered for duty during the First World War, Streeten's service record
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  • At the College he obtained a second class in College, Part I, a first in Torpedo, a second in gunnery, and a second in pilotage. On 1 March, 1893 he was ap ...College, [[Henry John May|Henry J. May]], in setting up a course for flag officers. On 6 June he was appointed to the {{UK-Leviathan}} for navigating duties,
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  • ...ubRN}} [[John Preston Churchill|John Churchill]] were the first Royal Navy officers to be killed on active duty aboard a submarine. ...Commodore Murray F. (1907). ''The Evolution of The Submarine Boat Mine and Torpedo from the Sixteenth Century to the Present Time''. Portsmouth: Gieve's.
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  • ...the "hostile" {{UK-TB84}}. Cochrane was not blamed in the sinking of the torpedo boat.{{HepperLosses|p. 19}} On 5 June, he was invalided from command due t [[Category:Royal Navy Officers Educated at Stubbington House School]]
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  • ...y giving a speech in which he spoke of Admiralty intentions to establish a torpedo boat base at Dartmouth. It was thought that greater reticence should be ad [[Category:Royal Navy Officers Educated at Mr. Vickery's School]]
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  • ...e until 27 October 1905, when he was appointed to {{UK-Forth}} to instruct officers and men in submarines and to command submarines himself. On 20 December an ...ember and he began a series of four command appointments in destroyers and torpedo boats that would take him to retirement in two years time. The first appoi
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  • ...>'''[[Charles Grey Robinson|Charles G. Robinson]]'''|'''[[H.M.S. Defiance (Torpedo Training School)|Captain of H.M.S. ''Defiance'']]'''<br>29 Jan, 1892{{NLMar [[Category:Royal Navy Officers Educated at Eastman's Royal Naval Academy]]
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  • In May 1911, he passed for command of torpedo craft as he was serving as an acting interpreter in German for the Third Fl In 1934 he attended a course for Sea Transport Officers and was to be considered for work as such in case of emergency.
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  • ...ange of bearing instrument]] and an [[Crace Enemy Torpedo Calculator|enemy torpedo calculator]]. ...January, 1913, Crace transferred into the {{AU-1Australia|f=t}} to be her torpedo officer and to assist on staff of the {{UK-CS}}. He would be in her when t
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  • ...and in command of the Sheerness-Chatham T.B. flotilla, {{UK-TB072}} lost a torpedo and the Admiralty determined that Brooker did not spend enough time in sear ...912-13 produced such unharmonious relations between himself and his junior officers that a Court of Enquiry was convened in January 1914, resulting in the find
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  • ...''' were slightly enlarged versions of the preceeding [[Sharpshooter Class Torpedo Gunboat (1888)|''Sharpshooter'' Class]]. All but three saw service in the ...ten considered an enlarged variation on the preceding [[Sharpshooter Class Torpedo Gunboat (1888)|''Sharpshooter'' class]]. In general, it inherited the repu
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  • ...destroyers]], which quickly took over the torpedo gunboat's intended anti-torpedo boat role. The ''Dryads'' were enlarged ''Alarms'' with a poop added for additional officers' accomodations and the engineering spaces rearranged so that the engines we
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  • ...'' set the pattern for the remainder of the Royal Navy's [[Torpedo Gunboat|torpedo gunboats]]. Of the thirteen ''Sharpshooters'', four were built by [[Armstr ...ter'' class [in ''The Times'', this generally also meant the [[Alarm Class Torpedo Gunboat (1892)|''Alarm'' class]] as well] that the vessels are unfit for ac
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  • ...hirteen [[Sharpshooter Class Torpedo Gunboat (1888)|''Sharpshooter'' class torpedo gunboats]]. This class was followed by others which hoped to improve upon ...jack}}, and it was reported that "it is the univeral opinion amongst naval officers who have had experience of the ''Sharpshooter'' class that the vessels are
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  • ...On 8 September, 1904, he was appointed to {{UK-Bulwark}}, additional, for Torpedo duties at Malta. After a year there, he was appointed in command of the {{ ...il 5 November, 1912 when he was appointed to {{UK-Lancaster}} as first and torpedo officer.<ref>Bennett Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/45.|}} f. 8.</ref>
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  • | Rangefinder, Fire control, and Torpedo control exercises. | Exercises with torpedo craft.
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  • ...in designation, perhaps the first Royal Navy depôt ship for a flotilla of torpedo craft. ...s'' and listed as being "lent to the 'Valorous' for temporary service with Torpedo Boats".{{NLJul84|p. 249}} She carried out the same duties again in the summ
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  • ==Torpedo Control== ...rick A. Traut]] in command, although the U.S. Navy's officer ''Register of Officers'' lists Traut as having been assigned to the Naval Academy starting on 15 N
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  • ...service in the [[U.S. Navy]]. The ships were handsome, and enjoyed senior officers, Captain as commanding during America's involvement in the [[Great War]], d * two 18-in torpedo tubes
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  • |{{US-Intrepid|f=p}}||torpedo ram||5 Mar, 1874||Sold 9 May, 1892 ==Engineer Officers==
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  • ...ptain [[Frederic Charles Dreyer|Frederic C. Dreyer]] succeeded Singer, the torpedo branch was devolved into the [[Director of Torpedoes and Mining (Royal Navy Dreyer would tell a high-level meeting of Naval Staff officers (presided over by the [[Second Sea Lord]]) in 1920 that:
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  • .... On 17 August, 1915 he was appointed to {{UK-RoyalSovereign}}, to be her torpedo officer upon commissioning. ...{{UK-Southampton}} as torpedo officer on 19 March, 1919. He also provided torpedo services to the entire {{UK-LCS|7}}, and indeed the Fleet while in this app
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  • ...ay as a Lieutenant in {{UK-Magnificent}}, c. 1905.<br><small>From official officers' photograph in album of [[George Napier Tomlin]].</small>]] ...taff at {{UK-Vernon|f=p}} before being sent to the {{UK-Majestic|f=t}} for torpedo duties from mid-July 1907 to 7 January 1908.
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  • ...onging to Tristan Dannreuther. Also a printed examination paper for junior officers afloat dated June 1889. A notebook entitled "navigating officers workbook" belonging to Tristan Dannreuther and relating to the HMS MELITA f
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  • ...87 &ndash; 15 February, 1926) served in the [[Royal Navy]] as an inventive torpedo officer. ...He was granted a month's sick leave to regain his health. He received his torpedo qualification on 25 August, 1911, passing with 1612 of 2000 marks, but ill
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  • ...the flotilla, as he would leave ''Royalist'' in April to continue flotilla torpedo duties as an additional man in {{UK-Faulknor}} and later {{UK-Saumarez}}. [[Category:Royal Navy Officers Educated at Stubbington House School]]
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  • ...hannel Squadron: letterbook containing letters to the Admiralty and Senior Officers, 24 May 1867 to 15 November 1870. ...hannel Squadron: letterbook containing letters to the Admiralty and Senior Officers, 12 September 1871 to 13 March 1872. Volume One of Six.
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  • ...eeping sloops. The Second would be a mix of ten sweeping sloops and older torpedo gunboats, while the Third would be comprised of twelve paddle minesweepers. ==Senior Officers==
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  • ...eeping sloops. The Second would be a mix of ten sweeping sloops and older torpedo gunboats, while the Third would be comprised of twelve paddle minesweepers. ==Senior Officers==
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  • |style="background:#CEDFF2" align=center colspan=5 | '''Sweeping Torpedo Gunboats''' ==Senior Officers==
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  • ...eeping sloops. The Second would be a mix of ten sweeping sloops and older torpedo gunboats, while the Third would be comprised of twelve paddle minesweepers. ==Senior Officers==
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  • Cameron was first and torpedo officer in {{UK-Hecla}} from 26 August, 1908 to 22 March, 1910. At some po ...Whitby Abbey'']] and as assistant to Captain in Charge of Minesweepers for torpedo duties from 25 June 1917 until 9 March, 1918.
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  • |type=first-class torpedo boat |chain=Torpedo Boats,First-class Torpedo Boats
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  • ...l enlisted persons, and to the preparation of estimates for the pay of all officers and enlisted men. 4. It shall keep the records of service of all squadrons, ships, officers, and men, and prepare an annual Navy Register for publication.
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  • ==Navigation Officers== ==Ordnance Officers==
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  • ...s appointed for temporary service on a Selection Board for Temporary Entry officers, and on 19 May was given command of the auxiliary minelayer ''Southern Prin
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  • ...applied mechanics of engineering", and recommended him as a candidate for torpedo lieutenant. Head indeed qualified as such in March, 1906. [[Category:Royal Navy Officers Educated at Eastman's Royal Naval Academy]]
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  • ...rotection duties in the Gulf of St Lawrence, 2 Oct 1841 and also a list of officers who served on the SNAKE, May 1839-Nov 1841. Printed book: 'General Instructions for the Five Principle Officers of the Civil Department of the Navy', Admiralty, London, 1844, with annotat
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  • ...rch, 1882. He remained in {{UK-Vernon}} as part of the staff, to instruct officers.<ref>Gladstone Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/38/532.|D7578856}} ff. 521, 5 ...1Trenton|f=tp}} and used his considerable skills in photography to advance torpedo development.<ref>Gladstone Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/38/532.|D7578856}
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  • ...RoyalSovereign}}. On 20 August, 1917 he went to {{UK-Vernon|f=p}} for a [[Torpedo Control]] course. [[Category:Royal Navy Officers Educated at H.M.S. Conway]]
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  • ...ng officer in a number of mostly small ships. He was appointed to the old torpedo gunboat {{UK-Hazard}}, which was operating as a depot ship in support of a Ramsbotham was among the many notable naval officers who attended a [[Royal Navy Club]] dinner on 28 March, 1930 at the Hotel Vi
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  • ..., to the Officer who claimed first place in the examination to qualify for Torpedo Lieutenant. ...ed through dividends arising from a sum of about £240 given by Royal Navy officers and also certain friends and relatives of Captain Ogilvy. Any balance that
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  • ...d to [[H.M.S. Vernon (Torpedo Training School)|''Vernon'']] to qualify for Torpedo Duties at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich. It is thought he didn't compl ...t that Smith-Cumming was noted as speaking French by successive commanding officers while in the Navy.
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  • ...at {{UK-Vernon|f=p}}, Feilding was appointed to the {{UK-Defence|f=tp}} as torpedo officer on 6 January, 1913 and was promoted to the rank of {{LCommRN}} on 1 In May, 1915, he was thanked for his ingenuity in devising, along with other officers, an extempore director firing installation in the ship.
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  • Waring served as torpedo officer in the {{UK-Inflexible|f=tp}} from 27 July 1909 to 12 October 1910 [[Category:Royal Navy Officers Educated at Stubbington House School]]
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  • Appointed to {{UK-Warrior}} as torpedo officer on 1 July 1913, Bromley would survive her loss in the aftermath of [[Category:Royal Navy Officers Educated at Eastman's Royal Naval Academy]]
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  • ...education; battle and cruising formations; the submarine and the Whitehead torpedo. 1 file. 1902–1903. ...ssibility of action against Germany; naval education; the future of Marine officers; the comparative strength of Britain and Germany. 1 file. 1906–1907.
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  • ...wkes [Commander-in-Chief, Plymouth] on subjects including the press paying officers for news and commercial views on Australian defence (4); Vice-Admiral Sir H Correspondence with flag officers. Correspondents include: Vice-Admiral Sir Richard Poore [Commander-in-Chief
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  • '''Torpedo Planes''' (land-based aeroplanes, floatplanes or seaplanes) were envisioned ...ment of Torpedo Aircraft'' which appeared in in the [[Annual Report of the Torpedo School]] for 1918.{{ARTS1918|pp. 89-96}}
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  • ...iming itself the "only Professional Institution Open Without Ballot to all Officers of the Navy, Army, and Auxiliary Forces." ...y Brine]]||subject: "On the best method of providing an efficient force of officers and men for the Navy, including the Reserves"{{NMI|5 Sept. 1881, p. 10}}
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  • ...itson as a Sub-Lt. in {{UK-Magnificent}}, c. 1905.<br><small>From official officers' photograph in album of [[George Napier Tomlin]].</small>]] ...ice aboard the battleship at [[Battle of Jutland]], where she was hit by a torpedo.
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  • ...Engineer Commander in {{UK-Magnificent}}, c. 1905.<br><small>From official officers' photograph in album of [[George Napier Tomlin]].</small>]] ...Engineer on 1 July, 1881. He was sent to {{UK-Asia|f=p}} for a course in torpedo instruction.
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