Aero Armor Series Volume 13: Armor of the Bundeswehr by Uwe Feist

Aero Armor Series Volume 13: Armor of the Bundeswehr by Uwe Feist

By Uwe Feist

Книга Aero Armor sequence quantity thirteen: Armor of the Bundeswehr Aero Armor sequence quantity thirteen: Armor of the Bundeswehr Книги Вооружение Автор: Uwe Feist Год издания: 1981 Формат: pdf Издат.:Aero Publishers Страниц: fifty four Размер: 30.45 ISBN: 0816820465 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Contents : Jagdpanzer Kanone (Jpz 4-5); Kampfpanzer Leopard 1 A1; Kampfpanzer Leopard 1 A3; Kampfpanzer Leopard 2 (Prototype); Kampfpanzer Leopard 2; M 60 A1 MBT U.S.A. - Leopard 1 A3; AMX-30 – Chieftain MK3; XM 1 Abrams U.S.A. - Leopard 2 Germany; Misc. Armor Bundeswehr.

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NYd 1894– 99; re-engined again 1898. Recomm 2 Oct 1899. Training Ship 1899‑1912. Station ship, Charleston, SC 1912‑26. † [Armament: 13–5”RF, 4–6 pdr] Iroquois: Pacific Station 1882‑92. Out of comm 12 May 1892- 13 Dec 1898. Decomm 30 Jun 1899 [Armament: (1886) 2-–11” SB, 4-–9” SB, 1-–60pdr MLR]. Later history: Loaned to Marine Hospital Service, May 1892. Renamed Ionie, 30 Nov 1904. , 26 Aug 1910. Juniata: Cruise around the world, 1882‑85. Decomm 28 Feb 1889. Stricken 21 Nov 1889, sold 25 Mar 1891.

Superposed turrets abandoned, two military masts, three funnels. Introduced new 7-inch gun; 8-inch guns in turret. Best American pre-dreadnoughts but were obsolete when completed. They compared favorably with foreign contemporaries. New Hampshire had improved armor. Torpedo tubes added after completion 1909. Minnesota fitted with cage foremast 1909 and New Hampshire 1911. Cage mainmasts added later and all had two cagemasts by 1912. Connecticut fitted with AA guns in 1916. Casemate guns removed in 1918.

Richmond: Out of comm 22 Aug 1884–20 Jan 1887. N. Atlantic 1887‑89. South Atlantic 1889‑90. Training ship 1890‑93. Receiving ship, Philadelphia NYd 1894‑03, and Norfolk NYd 1903‑19. Stricken 31 Jun 1919, sold 23 Jul 1919 and BU Philadelphia. ] Shenandoah: South Pacific Squadron 1884‑86. Decomm 23 Oct 1886. Sold 30 Jul 1887. Swatara: Out of comm 27 Oct 1886 -1 Mar 1888. South Atlantic and Asiatic Station. Decomm 7 Feb 1891. Sold 2 Nov 1896. Ticonderoga: Sold 30 Jul 1887. Vandalia: Out of comm 14 Oct 1884–15 Feb 1886 (new boilers).

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