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History and Design of Submarines - Inventors - About.com
The evolution of submarine design from the submarine beginning as a compressed air or human powered warship to today's nuclear powered subs.
U.S. Navy Submarines Frequently Asked Questions - US Military
Frequently asked quesitons about U.S. Navy submarines.
Sonar Technician, Submarine (STS) - US Military - About.com
Enlisted Rating (job) descriptions and qualification factors for the United States Navy. On this page, all about Sonar Technician, Submarine (STS).
Iimeline - Evolution of Submarine Design - Inventors - About.com
The first submarine design was drafted by William Borne but never got past the drawing stage. Borne's submarine design was based on ballast tanks which ...
Electronics Technican, Navigation, Submarines (ET-NAV) - US Military
Enlisted Rating (job) descriptions and qualification factors for the United States Navy. On this page, all about Electronics Technican, Navigation, Submarines ...
HMS Venturer Sinks U-864 - World War II Submarines HMS ...
On February 9, 1945, HMS Venturer and U-864 engaged in the only known battle where one submerged submarine sank another. Sailing off the coast of ...
Submarine Storekeeper (SKSS) - US Military - About.com
Submarine Storekeepers (SKSS) receive extensive training in the management of repair parts and consumables for submarines, submarine support and shore ...
Submarines - US Military - About.com
admiral george dewey, electric boat company, navy submarines, lake holland, uss holland, american inventor, navy photo, gasoline engine, u s navy, john ...
Submarines Are One of The U.S. Navy's Oldest and Most Versatile ...
An article that looks at current and past submarines used by the U.S. Navy. The article also looks at the training involved in becoming a submariner.
Navy Traditions - Submarines - US Military - About.com
Submarines. Submarines, a mainstay of today's Navy, were under consideration way back in 1776 when David Bushnell built a craft that was perhaps too far ...
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