The Silent Service in World War II

The Silent Service in World War II

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Originally published by the U.S. Navy in 1946, The Fleet Type Submarine uses the USS Perch SS313 to explain operating principles, technologies, and systems. It contains numerous diagrams and photos and offers definitions of components and terminology. It provides descriptions of various systems such as ballast tanks, trim, ventilation and steering. It also contains a brief history of the submarine and a discussion of patrol routines. This is the most complete technical guide to the boats that won WWII in the Pacific. Nothing close to it was ever assembled before, or since.'s affordable reprint comes in a soft bound edition with attractive covers. Although some of the book has been reformatted, and color images are reproduced in black and white, all of the original content is preserved. (A color supplement is also available). This is a must-have for anyone interested in submarines and an important reference for any historian, docent, or modeler.When the gyro mechanism of the tube nest is matched upon closing the manual contact of the gyro setting ... direct-current bus on the LG. switchboard. Separate fixeda#39; and portable contact makers (firing keys}, for independently controlling the forward and after groups of firing ... a light on this panel to show that the regulator is matched. tion are: a) when submerged, b) when using the air-conditioning.

Title:The Silent Service in World War II
Author: - 2006-03


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