Published March 1983
by United States Naval Inst. .
Written in English
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Al Adcock looks at the six classes of light cruisers that saw action in this nicely done Squadron/Signal publication from After an introductory chapter on the development of light cuisers in the USN, Adcock examines the ships found in each of the six classes: Omaha, Atlanta, Brooklyn, Cleveland, St. Louis and Worcester/5(6). Ticonderoga-Class Cruisers In Action Book by John GourleyThis new guided-missile destroyer ship class of nuclear-powered escorts was originally conceived in the late s. However, cost forced planners to build these new cruisers with modified destroyer hulls and gas-turbine propulsion. The end result was a longer, sleeker cruiser with a formidable variety of offensive and defensive weapons Brand: Specialty Press. “British Town Class Cruisers is a fine addition to the historiography of both Royal Navy cruiser design of the early to mid-twentieth century and the service histories of each vessel. Given that the museum ship HMS Belfast is perhaps the most iconic survivor of the Second World War era Royal Navy, Waters’ writings can aid the public in. A cruiser is a type of cruisers are generally the largest ships in a fleet after aircraft carriers and amphibious assault ships, and can usually perform several roles.. The term has been in use for several hundred years, and has had different meanings throughout this period.
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