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  • ...a mine, closed to give assistance and were each torpedoed in turn. 1,459 officers and men were killed. As a direct consequence, large ships of the [[Royal N ...hich runs a little south of the Dogger Bank and Heligoland] clear of enemy torpedo craft and minelayers.'{{UKNavalOpsI| p. 171}}
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  • gun-fire and, in the opinion of Lieutenant- Commander May and two other Officers, there were two separate explosions at short intervals, probably caused by 49. At 6.0 p.m. fired one torpedo from starboard after tube at German Battlefleet, bearing 140° green, resul
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  • mouth " fired a torpedo at her at about 5,000 yards, but the at her, and it is believed that " {{UK-1Falmouth}}'s " torpedo hit, as
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  • 1. To advise and assist the Director of Naval Ordnance on all torpedo matters. ...hips are are provided with the torpedoes, torpedo carriages, and fittings, torpedo and electrical stores, electric search light apparatus which are approved f
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  • ...aphy" were amplified in a four page appendix to the ''Annual Report of the Torpedo School'' in 1897, a feature that repeated and grew to six and then nine pag ...3, 125. Admiralty Letter C.P. {{frac|8254|11450}}, ''Annual Report of the Torpedo School, 1901'', pp. 111-2}}
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  • ...German use of W/T, and published an extract in the ''Annual Report of the Torpedo School, 1907''.{{ARTS1907|Wireless Appendix pp. 63-6}} ...It was noted that the Germans intended to ramp up training to ensure that officers knew more than their charges.
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  • * German Torpedo Boats at War: The ''Mowe'' and ''Wolf'' Classes (Part 1 of 2), by Pierre He * German Torpedo Boats at War: The ''Mowe'' and ''Wolf'' Classes (Part 2 of 2), by Pierre He
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  • ...thing was in the air. Shell room forward seemed still to be going up. The torpedo got us in our forward magazine and evidently sent this up, thereby killing ...t dated 19 November, 1921, in order to facilitate the promotion of younger officers.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [
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  • He was lent for command of a torpedo boat in the manoeuvres of 1899, but its number is not recorded.<ref>Townsen [[Category:Royal Navy Officers Educated at Stubbington House School]]
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  • He was appointed to {{UK-Vernon}} on 16 June, 1884 as a torpedo Lieutenant.{{NLJul84|p. 249}} ...ovember, 1888 he was appointed to {{UK-Hecla}} as first lieutenant and for torpedo duties. On 1 November, 1890, Campbell was placed in command of ''Hecla'' f
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  • ...''32428''', col A, p. 10.</ref> Before the month was out, he grounded the torpedo boat and a Court of Enquiry determined that he had taken no time to study c ...y and discipline indicated that Hudleston had shown little tact toward his officers, particularly his commander, [[Herbert Charles John Grant]]. Hudleston inc
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  • ...ff in 1891 while flagship of the [[China Station]], Sclater was one of the officers chosen for re-appointment to the ship upon re-commissioning.{{NLApr91|p. 22 ...s Department on 28 November, 1905. His specific duties was supervision of torpedo fittings to ships being built under contract.{{NLJan07|p. 358}}
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  • ...ven new, opalescent glass dials with sixteen orders for their [[Chadburn's Torpedo Telegraph]]s, an increase from the twelve orders in the original design. T In 1934, her bell was offered for sale to naval officers and others who might be interested, at the price of £5 or perhaps £1. In
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  • given new, opalescent glass dials with 16 orders for their [[Chadburn's Torpedo Telegraph]]s, an increase from the 12 orders in the original design. They In 1934, her bell was offered for sale to naval officers and others who might be interested, at the price of £5 or perhaps £1. In
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  • In 1919, she was selected to receive one of the first five [[Renouf Torpedo Tactical Instrument Type A]]s.{{ARTS1919|p. 118}} given new, opalescent glass dials with 16 orders for their [[Chadburn's Torpedo Telegraph]]s, an increase from the 12 orders in the original design. They
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  • bell was one of several ships' bells the Royal Navy offered for sale to officers and others interested. It attracted a price of £1-£5, and men were to ap In 1919, ''Wallace'' was selected to receive one of the first five [[Renouf Torpedo Tactical Instrument Type A]]s.{{ARTS1919|p. 118}} These devices, and their
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  • '''H.M.S. ''Decoy''''' was one of six [[26 Knotter]]s, early [[Torpedo Boat Destroyer]]s built for the [[Royal Navy]] in the 1890s. ...nces Donaldson, daughter of one of the partners of the firm, named the new torpedo boat destroyer.{{NMI|Thursday, Feb 08, 1894; pg. 4; Issue 34182}}
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  • ...n (T) J. McCarthy impressed his commander with a thorough report on German torpedo boats based on his observations during a visit to Kiel in June.{{ARTS1904|p ...miles. It was discovered that the cable would part at 18 knots.{{ToL|The Torpedo ManoeuvresTuesday, August 16, 1904, Issue 37474, p.9}}
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  • ...ifications to the original design overcame damage to the propellers of the torpedo as it left and a great number of wild shots. It was retained in hopes that ...tation (Royal Navy)|Pacific Station]]. Her complement was reported as 243 officers and men,<ref>"Naval and Military Intelligence." ''The Times''. 20 Februar
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  • ...fficers under his command certain local orders as to the use of boats from torpedo craft in the Firth of Forth." In 1908 Fleet Exercises, Moir failed to make ...}}, hauling it down on 15 January, 1923.<ref>[]</ref>
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  • :One torpedo (high speed setting) was fired at close range by Notes on Gunnery, Torpedo, Electrical and General matters
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  • ...D.N.A. & T. to by-pass him and communicate directly with subordinate flag officers.<ref>{{TNA|ADM 116/1803.}}</ref> The Director of Naval Artillery and Torpedo will be on the Naval Staff, and will advise the Chief of the Naval Staff on
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  • ...naval connections - Brian and his brother William both joined the Navy as officers and Egerton's only sister Dorothy married naval officer [[Philip Wylie Duma .... [ Royal Navy (RN) Officers 1939-1945 - E].</ref> and promoted to {{SubRN}} on 23 August 1906.<ref name
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  • ...iginally dubbed "coastal destroyers", but were reclassified as first-class torpedo boats before 1907. They were often referred to as "the oily wads" due to t ...ere re-numbered - confusingly - as T.B. 1-12 as part of the denigration to torpedo boats.
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  • |chain=Torpedo Boats,First-class Torpedo Boats |type=first-class torpedo boat
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  • A total of 108 officers and men were picked up, of which 14 died and were buried the next day. A torpedo with a smashed afterbody was floating among the wreckage.
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  • Four 45 cm torpedo tubes mounted in pairs on two swivel mounts; one on the forecastle, one tow ...op speed of 28 kts. At 16 kts, the [[Stabilimento Tecnico Triestino|STT]] torpedo boats had a range of 980 nm.
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  • ...alty telling Hubert Edward Dannreuther he has been selected for the Senior Officers technical course in Portsmouth. ...Warrior|f=p}} and {{UK-Forth|f=p}}' from Sep 1916 and a photograph of some officers from HMS INVINCIBLE who were lost when it sank.
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  • ...ome Fleet, conduct during battle, the discharge of men and defence against torpedo attack, 1911. ...Force, regarding naval policy, strategy and tactics, farewell messages to officers and men and the handover and escort of the German High Sea Fleet at their s
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  • Visiting cards left by Russian officers 1904-5 on the Mediterranean station. ...Robert Stewart Phipps Hornby on the housing, organisation, duties, etc. of torpedo schools, 1916-17.
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  • ...January 1891 and a series of letters concerning a disagreement between two officers. Pamphlet: 'Admiralty. List of Her Majesty's Ships, vessels and torpedo boats engaged in the Naval Manoeuvres, July and August, 1888', London, 1888
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  • ...B. 35''' was one of 53 first-class torpedo boats of the [[125 Footer Class Torpedo Boat (1885)|125 Footer class]]. In 1895, she was one of six first-class torpedo boats stationed at Hong Kong.{{ARTS1895|p. 62}}
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  • [[File:GFGTO182Enclosure.jpg|thumb|500px|'''Torpedo Track Indicator''']] be used by torpedo lookout officers to help them judge whether a given torpedo sighting endangered his fleet and therefore grant him the means of making a
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  • ...ons, intelligence, ordnance, fleet exercises, man&oelig;uvres, gunnery and torpedo exercises, &c., Naval works, advice as to senior appointments.<br>Second Na ...ons, intelligence, ordnance, fleet exercises, man&oelig;uvres, gunnery and torpedo exercises, &c., Naval works, advice as to senior appointments.
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  • ...concerning boat exercises, to be added to the General Signal Book. Sent to officers commanding ships of the Detached Squadron by Noel from the battleship HMS N ...ctions for alteration of course by compass pendant. Sent to the commanding officers of the Cruising Squadron from the battleship HMS REVENGE (1892) at Malta an
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  • ...he submarine made a surface torpedo attack and sank the ship with a single torpedo. ''Boscastle'', however, proved to be her only victim during this first cru ...laden with timber for English mines. Once again, she scorned the use of a torpedo in favor of her 4.1-inch and 3.4-inch deck guns and riddled the 272-ton S.S
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  • Torpedo Craft. We had been in action about of an hour After Torpedo Tube at the rear Cruiser. The results of this shot
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  • attack against the enemy battle cruisers at about 4.15pm, after gun and torpedo battle with enemy destroyers who were similarly tasked. :::2. Press home our own torpedo attack on enemy's
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  • ...tituted in 1913 to provide the [[Royal Navy]] with an additional source of officers for the [[Military Branch]]. Boys were entered at a later age, 17½ to 18½ ...according to merit. The same subsequent career will be open to them as to Officers who have entered the Navy through Osborne and Dartmouth.
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  • ...e absence of such visits the clothing should be transmitted by rail to the officers in command of the respective stations. 6. On the withdrawal of the Coast Guard Ships, the officers and men of the Coast Guard in England and Scotland will be transferred to t
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  • ...99''', was a piece of legislation affecting the definitions of service for officers of the [[Royal Navy]]. sanction the following rules and definition of Service as regards Flag Officers, Captains, Commanders, and Lieutenants in Your Majesty's Navy:—
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  • Work book for navigating officers used as a scrapbook for newspaper cuttings, mainly relating to naval confer Volume of caricatures of naval officers and photographs recording recollections and experiences of the ships Richmo
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  • ...1906. He spent two years and a month in ''Argyll'' and commenced a run of torpedo boat and destroyer commands that would eventually distinguish his naval car [[Category:Royal Navy Officers Educated at Eastman's Royal Naval Academy]]
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  • ...temper at times" but was nonetheless recommended for destroyers by several officers.<ref>Alison Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/49/217.|D7604315}} f. ?.</ref> Alison was thanked for writing a report on a German torpedo boat and submarine in 1911.<ref>Alison Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/49/217
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  • In April, 1911, ''Ghurka'' damaged a torpedo and Jones was admonished that he should have seen that all tests were prope ...t immediately after this order had been given, the "Shark" was struck by a torpedo and sank. Commander Jones was unfortunately not amongst the few survivors f
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  • ...ision with {{UK-Marmion}}" on 21 October, 1917 when he was able to save 22 officers and men under difficult conditions. He was awarded a D.S.O. for his servic ...s admitted to Haulbowline Hospital to be treated for catarrh. He'd lose a torpedo in 1921 and be reminded that he had to recover floating torpedoes as soon a
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  • of the next year, he completed a ten day course working with navigation officers under the direction of Captain [[John Edward Bearcroft|John E. Bearcroft]]. ...n in January, 1909 and in March he was excused examinations for command of torpedo craft.<ref>Campbell Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/46/101.|D7603608}} f. 1
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  • as a Midshipman in {{UK-Magnificent}}, c. 1905.<br><small>From official officers' photograph in album of [[George Napier Tomlin]].</small>]] He was one of a good crop of new officers appointed to the {{UK-Magnificent|f=t}} on 15 September, 1904.
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  • ...eceded by<br>'''[[Aubrey Lambert|Aubrey Lambert]]'''|'''[[H.M.S. Defiance (Torpedo Training School)|Captain of H.M.S. ''Defiance'']]'''<br>4 Jul, 1924<ref>Pal [[Category:Royal Navy Officers Educated at Eastman's Royal Naval Academy]]
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  • ...s unsatisfactory shooting in a heavy gunlaying test. Butler and two other officers were found to have failed to establish any system for the firing, or to hav Butler was awarded the D.S.O. in early 1918 "for services in Destroyer & Torpedo Boat Flotillas in the period ending 31/12/17". The award was bestowed at B
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