2 edition of Open fire! Battle stations! Enemy sighted, Rendezvous, Night action found in the catalog.
Open fire! Battle stations! Enemy sighted, Rendezvous, Night action
W. J. Holmes
by The Macmillan Company in New York
|Statement||by Alec Hudson [pseud.]|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||71, 61, 94, 63 p|
|Number of Pages||94|
All hands man your battle stations! All hands man your battle stations!” The time was The sea was moderate with winds from the northeast at 15 knots. The alarm roused me and the rest of the sleeping crew. Quickly donning my clothes and inflatable life belt, I raced to my GQ station in the Mark 37 main battery director. Within minutes. Close action was continued with the two-funnelled Cruiser on converging courses until 8. 25 a.m., when a 6-inch projectile from "Arethusa" wrecked the fore bridge of the enemy, who at once turned away in the direction of Heligoland, which was sighted slightly on the starboard bow at about the same time.
A high-tension sea chase set in early that pits the warships of the British against the German battle cruisers “Scharnhorst” and "Gneisenau" which have been able to escape trap after trap. What makes the British most frustrated is the fact that their enemy has on board a . Within 6 minutes, all of her crew are in their respective battle stations and Stormfly is ready for her first real taste of action across the Gulf, aiming her massive 5 inch guns at the enemy boats. The same can be said for the crew aboard Hookfang ; their encounter .
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This book was written by a naval submarine officer in the years leading up to WWII. The stories are so-so at best, but they give insight into the US naval thinking about the nature of the coming naval war 3/5(1). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hudson, Alec, Open fire.
Battle stations. Enemy sighted, Rendezvous, Night action. New York, Macmillan Co., Sea Battle Tales; OPEN FIRE: Battle Stations Enemy Sighted.
Rendezvous. Night Action. By Alec Hudson. 71, 61, 94, 63 pp. New York: The Macmillan Company. $ Open Fire. Battle Stations, Enemy Sighted, Rendezvous, Night Action. Title: Open Fire. Author: HUDSON, Alec.
Publication: New York: Macmillan, Seller Rating: % positive. The Battle of Jutland took place in the North Sea between the German High Seas Fleet and British Grand Fleet on the afternoon and evening of 31 Maycontinuing sporadically through the night into the early hours of 1 June.
The battle was the only direct engagement between the two fleets throughout World War war had already been waged for two years without any major sea battle, and Location: North Sea, near Denmark. Battle of Cape Spartivento. Between andCampioni ordered the fleet to change course and direct for the bases.
Meanwhile, Admiral Angelo Iachino, commanding the cruiser divisions, sighted enemy ships and ordered to open fire. "The fascinating book probes into every conceivable detail leading up to, during and after the fire, creating a convincing case for culpability by the rockers, their manager, the local official and the Derdarian brothers, who owned The Station and did everything they could to cut operating expenses and maximize box office, including lying to Reviews: The night of Friday, 13 November Helena's radar first located the enemy.
In the action that followed, the tropical night was lit again and again by the flashes of her big guns. She received only minor damage to her superstructure during the action.
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While they don't say "red alert," the Imperial Navy does have an alarm which qualifies. The RAF air-gunners would not open fire unless attacked by a night-fighter – their guns were defensive.
Although the ’s rate of fire was 12 rounds per second, and its effective range reckoned to be yards, at night if within visible range, the night-fighters were also within range of the s. The Battle of Savo Island, also known as the First Battle of Savo Island and, in Japanese sources, as the First Battle of the Solomon Sea (第一次ソロモン海戦, Dai-ichi-ji Soromon Kaisen), and colloquially among Allied Guadalcanal veterans as The Battle of the Five Sitting Ducks, was a naval battle of the Pacific Campaign of World War II between the Imperial Japanese Navy and Allied.
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Neil This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at. Battle plans are a means of doing this. They may be written or oral, but it is essential that they be clear and thoroughly understood by all concerned. It is also incumbent on the commander to keep his command informed of a rendezvous in event of a night action.
Night engagements are best fought in accordance with a set plan. The naval Battle of Lagos took place between a British fleet commanded by Admiral Edward Boscawen and a French fleet under Jean-François de La Clue-Sabran over two days in during the Seven Years' fought south west of the Gulf of Cádiz on 18 August and to the east of the small Portuguese port of Lagos, after which the battle is named, in the 19th century.
Task Force LOVE, consisting of the Washington (F), South Dakota, Benham, Gwin, Preston, and Walke, reached a point about 50 miles southwest of Guadalcanal before noon on Saturday, 14 of the day was spent in this area avoiding contact with enemy planes. One Japanese aircraft did sight the force, however.
As has been noted (), an enemy force of 2 battleships, 1 light. HMS New Zealand was one of three Indefatigable-class battlecruisers built for the defence of the British ed inthe ship was funded by the government of New Zealand as a gift to Britain, and she was commissioned into the Royal Navy in She had been intended for the China Station, but was released by the New Zealand government at the request of the Admiralty for service.
“For extraordinary heroism in action against an enemy Japanese Task Force during the Battle of Guadalcanal on the night of NovemberFighting boldly and with determination against units of the powerful enemy Fleet intent on bombarding our airfield in Guadalcanal, the U.S.S STERETT successfully engaged three Japanese vessels at.
For some unaccountable reason the enemy destroyers did not open fire or take any action in this or any other phase of the battle. At one enemy heavy cruiser launched a plane which thereafter appeared to spot its gunfire from a position outside the range of our AA fire.
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