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  • Two '''Panther Class Torpedo Cruisers''' were completed for the [[Austro-Hungarian Navy]] in 1886. ==Torpedo Control==
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  • ...enter| '''[[Panther Class Torpedo Cruiser (1885)|''Panther'' Class Torpedo Cruiser]]''' |align=right colspan=44 width=36%|<small>[[Kaiser Franz Josef I Class Cruiser (1889)|''Kaiser Franz Josef I'' Class]]</small>
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  • The two '''''Scout'' Class torpedo cruisers''', were completed for the [[Royal Navy]] in 1885 and 1887. ===Torpedo Control===
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  • The eight '''''Archer'' Class torpedo cruisers''', were completed for the [[Royal Navy]] between 1888 and 1891. * two twin 14-in torpedo tubes
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  • ...=center| '''[[Archer Class Torpedo Cruiser (1885)|''Archer'' Class Torpedo Cruiser]]''' |align=left colspan=44 width=36%|<small>[[Scout Class Torpedo Cruiser (1885)|''Scout'' Class]]</small>
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  • ...gn=center| '''[[Scout Class Torpedo Cruiser (1885)|''Scout'' Class Torpedo Cruiser]]''' |align=left colspan=44 width=36%|<small>[[Mersey Class Cruiser (1885)|''Mersey'' Class]]</small>
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  • ...r, six armoured cruisers, eighteen light cruisers, seventeen gunboats, 110 torpedo boats, and 229 submarines.<ref>Herwig. ''"Luxury" Fleet''. p. 222.</ref>
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  • ...two whoppers, with 15-inch guns, and speed enough to run any German light cruiser off the face of the ocean."<ref>''Transactions of the Institution of Naval ...nt of four 15-inch guns would be more than a match for any raider or light cruiser that might be encountered.<ref>"Large Light Cruisers 'Courageous' & 'Glorio
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  • ...e; if there were a Pattern 50 light bulb, could there also be a Pattern 50 torpedo director? The numbers appeared after 1885, as no mention is found in ARTS |1875 || Cruiser Arc Lantern<ref>Admiralty Weekly Orders. 28 Feb, 1913. {{TNA|ADM 182/4}}.
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  • ...ard VII Class Battleship (1903)|''King Edward VII'']] and [[Minotaur Class Cruiser (1906)|''Minotaur'']] classes.{{TheSightM|p. 94, 108, Plate 47}} ...em and the weapons proved to have little effectiveness at the ranges where torpedo attack became deeply worrying.
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  • ...ght by the wind and swung along side a moored cruiser, crushing one of the cruiser's boats while avoiding collision. By the end of 1915, she had been equipped with a [[Torpedo Control Plotting Instrument Mark I]] in her {{TCT}}. This probably made he
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  • There was [[H.M.S. Ajax (1934)|a light cruiser named ''Ajax'']] launched in 1934 which saw action against the pocket battl Between late 1915 and mid 1917, she was fitted with a [[Torpedo Control Plotting Instrument Mark II]] in the {{TCT}}.{{HTC1916|p. 38}}{{ART
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  • Lieutenant-Commander [[Brian Egerton]] served as torpedo officer and first Lieutenant-Commander of ''Valiant'' between March 1915 un ...art of the {{UK-BS|5}} under Captain Woollcombe in support of the [[Battle Cruiser Force]] with her sisters, less ''Queen Elizabeth''.
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  • The four [[Scout Cruiser|scout cruisers]] of the '''Admiral Spaun Class''' were completed between 19 ==Torpedo Control==
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  • On 11 January, 1897, he was appointed in command of the torpedo cruiser [[H.M.S. Cossack (1886)|''Cossack'']].<ref>"Naval & Military Intelligence" ...y. From 16 July to 26 August 1901, he commanded the first-class protected cruiser [[H.M.S. Amphitrite (1898)|''Amphitrite'']] in the annual manÅ“uvres. Afte
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  • ...Second, Fourth and Sixth Battle Squadrons, and presumably the First Light Cruiser Squadron) to discuss the forthcoming operation before the fleet proceeded t ...<br>2. My Lords will, as desired, give orders for all available Ships and Torpedo Craft to proceed to the position of the Fleet Action on learning from you t
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  • ...l ship construction, the construction of the former battleship, now battle cruiser [[H.M.S. Renown (1916)|''Renown'']] building at Fairfield was speeded up, w ...ed cover for British destroyers when the Germans attempted to press home a torpedo-boat attack.<ref>Buxton. ''Big Gun Monitors''. p. 52.</ref> Afterwards,
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  • ...s, ''Raglan'' being despatched on the 28 June in tow of the old protected cruiser ''Diana''. She arrived on 22 July and went straight into action, supporting ...ning of the 20 January, 1918, the battlecruiser ''Goeben'' and her consort cruiser ''Breslau'' sneaked out of the straits in the mist of the Sunday morning. '
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  • ...n 20 March 1909 and joined the [[First Cruiser Squadron (Royal Navy)|First Cruiser Squadron]] of the First Division, [[Home Fleet (Royal Navy)|Home Fleet]]. ...atform were rebuilt, and her forward searchlight battery reorganised. Her torpedo nets and booms were removed entirely. A rangefinder hood for a 9 foot rang
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  • ...']], [[Monmouth Class Cruiser (1901)|''Monmouth'']] and [[Devonshire Class Cruiser (1903)|''Devonshire'']] classes were to land their searchlights from their ...torpedo stored near it; its other two would be stored in the aft submerged torpedo room.
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  • She completed her two days torpedo trials at Spithead on the evening of 24 September, 1895. Firing from a sta ...Battleship (1894)|''Majestic'' class battleships]] and two [[Cressy Class Cruiser (1899)|''Cressy'' class cruisers]] being sent there to be demobilised on th
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  • ...']], [[Monmouth Class Cruiser (1901)|''Monmouth'']] and [[Devonshire Class Cruiser (1903)|''Devonshire'']] classes were to land their searchlights from their ===Torpedo Control===
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  • ...']], [[Monmouth Class Cruiser (1901)|''Monmouth'']] and [[Devonshire Class Cruiser (1903)|''Devonshire'']] classes were to land their searchlights from their ...still growing, these ships were to receive two [[18-in Fiume Mark III** H. Torpedo]]es each.{{ARTS1909|p. 14}}
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  • There was also a heavy cruiser named {{UK-London}} completed in the late 1920s. ..., she landed her 12-in armament as well as the aft 12-in turret as well as torpedo nets. She was left with an armament of three 6-in and one 4-in gun, presum
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  • ...']], [[Monmouth Class Cruiser (1901)|''Monmouth'']] and [[Devonshire Class Cruiser (1903)|''Devonshire'']] classes were to land their searchlights from their ...still growing, these ships were to receive two [[18-in Fiume Mark III** H. Torpedo]]es each.{{ARTS1909|p. 14}}
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  • ...to remove all of them, but this would have left the ships too weak against torpedo craft or in low visibility. Eventually, it was decided to remove the ten c ...ere B.L. Mark X on Mark V S mountings, as also used in the [[Warrior Class Cruiser (1905)|''Warrior'' class cruisers]], able to elevate 15 degrees and depress
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