By Hugh Cowin
;Allied Aviation of global battle I: A Pictorial heritage of Allied Aviators and airplane of the nice warfare КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Osprey Publishing LtdСерия: Aviation Pioneers5Автор: Hugh W. CowinЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2000Количество страниц: 98ISBN: 1841762261Формат: pdfРазмер: 13,1 mbIn this better half quantity to 'German and Austrian Aviation of worldwide battle 1', Hugh Cowin reveals a few genuine gem stones from his photographic assortment, and even as he information each plane kind that observed motion in WWI. As a reference identify it truly is moment to none; as a extraordinary tale of braveness and technical innovation it makes a riveting narrative. British fighter ace Captain Albert Ball and the US's pilot/designer likelihood M. Vought stand along lesser-known yet both attention-grabbing characters akin to the Russian army aviator significant Alexander de Seversky. via turns anecdotal and authoritative, Cowin offers a really finished account of the Allied aviation of global battle 1.RAPIDили IFOLDER zero
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23 Lieutenant Thomas Parkinson, First Lieutenant of HMS J2, in a report to Commodore (S), entitled ominously ‘A submarine has no friends’, provides a slightly different perspective: ‘J2 was depth-charged on the first Monday in August 1917 at about 8am by British Light Forces returning home. On sighting the ships the boat was dived; had an excellent trim and the Captain commenced an attack. Between 80 and 90 feet the steering gear jammed, and I was ordered to go aft to investigate. While examining the gear a depth-charge exploded quite near.
In 1937 we did our annual march in Scotland: Tain, Dingwall, Inverness. However, there were additional considerations to be taken into account. Once in the middle of the night there was an air-raid alarm. The drill was for us to parade on the nearby square. It was forbidden to turn on the room lights in case they shone out when we opened the door to double to the muster point. Once mustered, we then had to move, again at the double. To the racecourse, to stand about until the all clear. The result was a mad scramble in the darkness of the hut for clothing as we dashed for the door.
There was a single Hydrophone Listener in the later submarines of the era. In the Second World War the W/T staff had grown to four in number, and the Higher Detection (HD) rating occasionally had an assistant, although a Radio Operator was often to be found on the ASDIC set. In addition the submarines’ modus operandi had changed little. Although they could travel further and stay on patrol longer, they were still weapons of position in that they relied on their targets to come to them, unless the playing field was levelled by mutual physical constraints of restricted waters; they were required in large numbers to be effective; they still relied on the cover of darkness to allow them to charge their batteries, the life blood of the submarine, and conduct their transits; the sextant and astro-navigation still told them where they were (some of the time); the torpedo was still essentially a straight-runner, whose reliability was sometimes in doubt; and the commanding officers still attacked by eye.