What killed Naval hero John Paul Jones?
...tal Congress voted to give him "the thanks of the United States." After the war, the Navy ceased to exist when Congress in 1785 auctioned off its last warship
and sent home all its officers and men.
Jones, ever seeking to improve his craft, served briefly in Russia as an officer in the imperial fleet of C...
Anchoring Lives Aboard Warship: Nimitz
...ry few knew of the F-16 and F-18 Hornets and Super Hornets, the world's best fighter aircrafts, and only a handful have the knowledge that the largest warship
in the world has a 53-bedded hospital ward and a three-bed Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
It acts as the hospital ship for not just USS Nimitz w...
The Return Of The Clemenceau: Happy India
...ard is located (Alang in Gujarat).
Shriram Vessels and Scrap Pvt Ltd, an Indian based ship-breaking company that had purchased the controversial warship
is being passive to the situation. The company officials have said that the media is hyping the issue when no official communication has been received...
Warship in Biological News
Fitness has fallen since the days of Ancient Greece
...siologist, Dr Harry Rossiter.
Dr Rossiter measured the metabolic rates of modern athletes rowing a reconstruction of an Athenian trireme, a 37m long warship
powered by 170 rowers seated in three tiers. Using portable metabolic analysers, he measured the energy consumption of a sample of the athletes poweri...
Warship in Biological Technology
Milwaukee DRS unit benefiting from $43 in Navy contracts
... said Steven T. Schorer, president of DRS's C4I Group.
DRS said its equipment will facilitate realization of the U.S. Navy's vision of an electric warship
utilizing a common ship power system architecture that can transfer electric power from propulsion and ship service systems to advanced electric weapo...
Chippewa Valley firms land more defense work
...netic refrigeration technology, $1.1 million for Marquette University for fire and blast-resistant materials; $11 million for DRS Technologies for warship
motor and drive systems; and $1.7 million for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee for the manufacture of lightweight materials and components.
Warship in Biological Dictionary
...tary takes an insider's tour of the U.S.S. Nimitz, one of... Site for group of hospitals offering mental health care. An aircraft carrier is a warship
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