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Naval accidents, 1945-1988
William M. Arkin
|Statement||William M. Arkin and Joshua Handler.|
|Series||Neptune papers ;, no. 3|
|Contributions||Handler, Joshua., Greenpeace USA., Institute for Policy Studies.|
|LC Classifications||VA58.4 .A75 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||91182987|
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Naval accidents, (Neptune papers)Author: William M Arkin. Insailors died from diseases, 28 sailors killed in flight accidents, 32 from naval and military hazards, and 11 poisonings. Chief Boatswain's Mate Eugene Leonard Danley killed, and 11 enlisted wounded, following accidental discharge of a machine gun on wing of VS-7 seaplane moored to stern of USS Concord (CL).
25 February USS Cambria (APA) was a Bayfield-class attack transport acquired by the U.S. Navy for service in Naval accidents War II.
She was named after Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Cambria was launched 10 November as SS Sea Swallow by the Western Pipe and Steel Company, San Francisco, California, under a Maritime Commission contract; sponsored by Mrs. Griffin; acquired by the Navy 4 May ; Laid down: 1 Julyas SS Sea Swallow (built as C3-S-A2 hull, MC ).
William M. Arkin (born ) is an American political commentator, best-selling author, journalist, activist, blogger, and former United States Army soldier. He has previously served as a military affairs analyst for the Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, and The New York TimesBorn: William Morris Arkin, (age 63), New.
Insailors died from diseases, 28 sailors killed in flight accidents, 32 from naval and military hazards, and 11 poisonings. Chief Boatswain's Mate Eugene Leonard Danley killed, and 11 enlisted wounded, following accidental discharge of a machine gun on wing of VS-7 seaplane moored to stern of USS Concord (CL).
25 Feb. * 4) From: Neptune Paper No. 3: Naval Accidents - 12 /13/ The USS Missouri (BB) is hit by a star shell during target practice in the North Atlantic. * 5) Another note says: 13 Dec - A star shell accidentally struck USS Missouri during an exercise in.
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Griffin; acquired by the Navy 4 May. US Navy. Bureau of Naval Personnel. Casualty Branch. Navy Casualties: Ordnance Accidents, ; Aviation Accidents, ; Miscellaneous Accidents, Washington, [Rare non-circulating manuscript available for examination at the Navy Department library.].
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Westing. Operation Sandblast was the code name for the first submerged circumnavigation of the world, executed by the United States Navy nuclear-powered radar picket submarine USS Triton (SSRN) in under the command of Captain Edward L.
Beach Jr. The New York Times described Triton 's submerged circumnavigation of the Earth as "a triumph of human prowess and engineering skill, a. The very presence of these weapons threatens the peace in a way that land-based weapons do not.
The oceans are borderless and naval operations may result in direct confrontation, misunderstandings, accidents and crises. Furthermore, nuclear weapons at sea are a serious threat to the by: 1. The crew had access to multiple charts and sources of navigational data, only one of which had an incorrect location for the reef.
The Captain and navigation team knew about the chart discrepancy, opted to ignore it, and chose to rely on the incorrect chart in a mistaken belief that it was the more reliable one.
The report covers the chart issue in great detail and makes clear that the. at Sea: Naval Forces and Arms Control, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Goulet, Devis (), The Cruel Choice.
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For information on naval nuclear accident, the definitive (though now dated) source is William Arkin, et al, “Naval Accidents, ,” which is volume 3. Such naval reactor accidents constitute a major but unappreciated challenge associated with the depl oyment of nuclear submarines in addition to new pathways for escalation to nuclear war that are.Biography.
Arkin was born in New York City in After attending public school in Manhattan, he briefly attended New York University before dropping out to enlist in the military shortly after his eighteenth birthday. Work. Arkin served in U.S. Army intelligence from toand was stationed in West leaving the Army, he researched nuclear weapons and weapons policy.
It is worth recalling in this regard that concern about risks from accidents involving nuclear-powered naval vessels as well as nuclear-armed vessels among New Zealand anti-nuclear movements led to a national decision in that in effect denied such vessels entry to its ports, which became law with the New Zealand Nuclear Free Zone.