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Mines, minelayers and minelaying.

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Published by Oxford Univ. Press in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Submarine mines.,
  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Naval operations -- Submarine.,
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Naval operations -- Submarine.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUG495 .C6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 216 p.
    Number of Pages216
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6061204M
    LC Control Number49048143
    OCLC/WorldCa2753706


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description Object description. Bibl.:p Object description. Includes index. Object description. Presentation copy signed by the author. Show more. Object details Category Books Creator COWIE, J.S. (JOHN S.) (Author) Oxford University Press (Publisher) Production date Very Special Ships is the first full-length book about the six Abdiel-class fast minelayers, the fastest and most versatile ships to serve in the Royal Navy in the Second World War.

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minelaying synonyms, minelaying pronunciation, minelaying translation, English dictionary definition of minelaying. n the activity of laying explosive mines Noun 1. minelaying - laying explosive mines in concealed places to destroy enemy personnel and equipment mining However, offensive minelaying, where mines were laid around enemy ports or along enemy shipping lanes, required enough speed to reach the target area, lay the mines, and get clear before the minelayer was detected.

The U.S. Navy therefore classified fast minelayers (which usually converted destroyers) separately from other   Minelaying off the Cherbourg Peninsular and Brittany began in Plymouth Ccmnand in April with a new series of operations ("HOSTILE") against coastal shipping by the 10th Motor Launch Flotilla recently converted for minelaying operations.

This Flotilla was frequently deployed for defensive patrols against E-Boat incursions in   SUGGESTED NEW ICON FOR MINELAYERS The minelayer symbol in Full Thrust 2 assumes that each minelayer carries 3 Book 1 introduced a revised MASS and cost for minelayers that permitted them to have any number of mines (hull capacity permitting).

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Historically this has been carried out by ships, submarines and aircraft. Additionally, since World War I the term minelayer refers specifically to a naval ship used for deploying naval mines.

" Mine planting" was the term used for installing controlled mines at predetermined positions in connection with coastal fortifications or harbor No. In fact vert few navies worldwide still possess minelaying vessels.

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- Among the naval services rendered to Great Britain and the Allies during the World War, none were more conspicuously important than the work of British minesweepers and minelayers; and minelaying was a large item in the naval war record of Germany.

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Oxford University Press, Oxford Google Scholar de Guttry A, Ronzitti N (eds) () The Iran-Iraq war (–) and the law of Naval :// Minelayers are armed with artillery, mainly antiaircraft artillery, special equipment, and devices for the loading, storage, preparation, and laying of a large number of different types of modern mines.

The water displacement of minelayers is between and 8, tons, and their speed is Ten Mining Campaigns That Shaped Mine Warfare. By MNCS Jacob Mazurek | June 2, By MNCS Jacob Mazurek an explosion destroys the schooner and kills most of the sailors.

These were the first mines, invented by David Bushnell (of Turtle fame). This is the beginning of the story of naval mine warfare. Mines, Minelayers and Minelaying Ships sunk by mines.

The largest offensive mining operation in World War II was the laying of ab British ground mines in NW Europe by British aircraft for the loss of approximately aircraft. 4 British mines sank 1, Axis ships compared to about Axis ships sunk by British submarines.

5   A minelayer, or mine launcher, was a weapon system mounted on a vehicle and used to lay mines. When fitted on spaceships (often ships dedicated to this role and dubbed minelayers), such systems deployed space mines.

The minelayer was used to launch or drop a mine which could later be armed via a timer or remote control. Under certain pre-defined circumstances, often the proximity of (weapon_system).

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The DM has speed enough to make a quick dash under cover of darl Recognition Manuals and other. Minelaying is the act of deploying explosive mines. Historically this has been carried out by ships, submarines and aircraft. Additionally, since World War I the term minelayer refers specifically to a naval ship used for deploying naval mines.

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