Definition Noun A heavy, cable-laid line for anchoring or towing. In modern usage, a hawser is a mooring line. A vessel’s mooring ropes, chains, and
In a previous post, we examined the Type 93 torpedo and briefly discussed the role that it was expected to play in the decisive battle.
Most of the us are probably familiar with the canted red and blue stripe on U.S. Coast Guard vessels and aircraft. It is an internationally
Essential Question: Why was the Type 93 Long Lance so dangerous? Characteristics Length: 29.5 ft Diameter: 24 in Weight: 5,940 lbs Warhead: 1,078 lbs Propulsion:
I’ve heard tale of a large aircraft of the non-naval variety once landing aboard a boat. Specifically, a C-130 Hercules landing aboard and taking off
Essential Question: Why did the Zero have two different types of guns? There is an interesting difference in the armament philosophies between the Axis and