1 edition of naval howitzer afloat. found in the catalog.
naval howitzer afloat.
Foxhall A. Parker
|Statement||By Foxhall A. Parker ...|
|LC Classifications||VF390 .P23|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||13014928|
While one 75mm pack howitzer battalion remained (1/11), the mm howitzer had become the norm for division artillery. Front-line infantry units also were supported by the 75mm fire of medium tanks and LVT-As, mm fire from the new M-7 self-propelled "siege guns," inch multiple rocket launchers fired by the "Buck Rogers Men," and the. The Carronade was a very important addition to naval ordinance in the late 18th century. They are short, light, iron guns, differing from cannon and howitzers in having no trunnions, being.
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Foxhall Alexander Parker Jr. (5 August – 10 June ) was an officer in the United States Navy during the American Civil War. He was born in New York, the son of Foxhall A. Parker Sr. and Sarah Jay Bogardus (born ), daughter of Robert Bogardus (–). Parker was Battles/wars: American Civil War, Union blockade.
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Inas Commodore and Chief of Staff of the North Atlantic Fleet, he drew up a code of signals for steam tactics. He was author of Fleet Tactics Under Steam, The Naval Howitzer Afloat, and other valuable works. He became Superintendent of the U.S.
Naval Academy in and was one of the founders of the United States Naval Institute. The Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps appropriation provides the funding for Marine Corps missions, functions, activities, and facilities except for those requirements related to: procurement of major items of equipment and ammunition, military personnel, military family housing, operation and maintenance of the Marine Corps Reserve, and.
A prolific author later in life, he penned Fleet Tactics Under Steam, The Naval Howitzer Afloat, and other valuable texts used at the Naval Academy, as well as two histories, Fleets of the World (), and The Battle of Mobile Bay ().
Parker served for one year as the commandant of the Boston Navy Yard from before he was offered. Full text of "Instruction for naval light artillery: afloat and ashore" See other formats. This banner text can have markup.
web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Naval artillery is artillery mounted on a warship, originally used only for naval warfare, later also for shore bombardment and for anti-aircraft use.
The term generally refers to tube-launched projectile-firing weapons and excludes self-propelled projectiles like torpedoes, rockets, and missiles and those simply dropped overboard like depth charges and naval mines.
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U.S. Naval Landing Party was formed in the Fall of by Union Naval reenactors in the New England area and has since spread to include members across the country.
Our group portrays the activities of a landing party of Union sailors and Marines during the Civil War -- a little known role for the Navy in the conflict. The gunnery department embraces the theory and practice of gunnery, exercise of the howitzer ashore and afloat, the Gatling gun, infantry drill, pistol, broadsword exercise, boxing, etc., and eventually the practical use of torpedoes.
He was for many years a contributor to newspapers and magazines, and published “Fleet Tactics Under Steam” (New York, ); “Squadron Tactics Under Steam” (); “The Naval Howitzer Afloat” (); “ The Naval Howitzer Ashore” () all of which are text-books in the U.
naval academy; “The Fleets of the World: The Galley. In he was chief signal officer of the navy, and from until his death was superintendent of the Naval Academy at Annapolis. He published: Fleet Tactics Under Steam (); Squadron Tactics Under Steam (); The Naval Howitzer Afloat (); The Naval Howitzer Ashore (); The Fleets of the World: The Galley Period (); and The.
Notes on naval communications; a text book for the instruction of midshipmen in the Department of seamanship, U.S. Naval Academy, (Annapolis, Md., The United States Naval Institute, ), by Alexander Campbell Kidd (page images at HathiTrust).
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