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Topic: USS Armada

  USS Enterprise-E - Star Trek Games - Star Trek Gaming Universe
The USS Enterprise-E is the flagship of the Federation's armada and commanded by Captain Jean-Luc Picard.
During the assignment, the Enterprise assisted the USS Sovereign in assaulting the Cardassian shipyard at Chambana 1, defending Starbase 12 during a combined Cardassian and Kessok attack, and stopping Legate Matan's forces at Omega Draconis 3 whilst the Sovereign stopped Matan himself.
Two years after returning to Earth aboard the USS Voyager, the majority of the Hazard Team are assigned to the Enterprise as she embarks on another adventure along the outer fringes of Federation space.
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  Probert Encyclopaedia: Ships (Sp-St)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
USS Spadefish is an American Sturgeon Class attack submarine of 4960 tons displacement dived launched in 1968.
USS Stonewall Jackson is an American strategic missile submarine of 8250 tons displacement dived launched in 1963.
USS Sturgeon is an American Sturgeon Class attack submarine of 4960 tons displacement dived launched in 1966.
www.probertencyclopaedia.com /RED.HTM   (2278 words)

 Encyclopedia: Navy
USS Port Royal (CG-73) is a United States Navy guided missile cruiser, the last to be constructed in the 20th century, and the first cruiser to integrate women into the crew.
The battle between the CSS Virginia and the USS Monitor during the American civil war is often cited as the beginning of this age of maritime conflict.
USS Lassen, an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer In naval terminology, a destroyer is a fast and maneuverable yet long-endurance warship intended to escort larger vessels in a fleet or battle group and defend them against smaller, short-range attackers (originally torpedo boats, later submarines and aircraft).
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Navy   (6849 words)

 Encyclopedia: Spanish Armada
The building of the Armada was commenced in 1584, three years before the execution of Mary Stuart Mary I of Scotland in 1587, following of her conviction for conspiracy in the attempted assassination of Elizabeth.
The Armada invasion plan was flawed from the start in the unworkably precise timing and communication that it demanded between Medina Sidonia and Parma, as well as in the near-absence of deep-water ports accessible to Philip on the north-western European coastline for a fleet of the Armada's size and composition.
The Armada was forced to return to Spain by sailing around the northern coasts of Scotland and Ireland; a dangerous voyage during which the Armada was buffeted by severe September storms that caused enormous damage.
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 Abraham Lincoln Strike Group
On 10 February 2001 USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) brought their six-month deployment to an end as the carrier arrived in its homeport of Everett, Wash. During the initial transit phase, port visits to Hong Kong, Singapore, and Thailand were scheduled.
The primary factor for the reduced number of port visits was the terrorist attack on USS Cole and the subsequent increase in threat condition in the region.
USS Abraham Lincoln reached the Java Sea on 30 December 2004.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/agency/navy/batgru-72.htm   (2592 words)

 Ships of the World: An Historical Encyclopedia - - USS Arizona (BB-39)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
USS Arizona was one of two Pennsylvania -class dreadnought battleships built during World War I. Because of the scarcity of fuel oil in Britain, she was unable to serve in Europe and her first wartime service was spent patrolling the East Coast.
On December 7, 1941, USS Arizona was one of seven battleships moored along Battleship Row on the southeast shore of Ford Island.
Although Fleet Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto's audacious attack mauled the U.S. fleet severely, the three Pacific-based aircraft carriers USS Enterprise Lexington and Saratoga were at sea and formed the nucleus of the huge armada that would finally defeat Japan three and a half years later.
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USS Curry participated in the retake of Deep Space 9 in 2374 shortly after it was offically designated to NCC-42254 Daedalus Base Class The Daedalus class was a commonly used design in the early days of Starfleet in the mid-22nd century.
USS Granger was subjected to a lethal virus, which almost killed the crew.
Kyushu, USS NCC-65491 New Orleans Class.The Kyushu was destroyed by the Borg at the battle of Wolf 359 in early 2367.
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 USS Corry (DD-463)
USS Corry (DD-463) is on the front lines in Fire Support Area Three.
To attack Hitler and his Third Reich, a vast armada of ships was required to escort troops; haul the necessary support staff, equipment, and supplies; and bombard the shore in support of the invading forces.
Under General Eisenhower’s command, the place chosen to enter Europe by force was on the coast of France in the English Channel — a region called Normandy, along which Hitler had constructed his widespread shoreline of defense, declaring it his impenetrable Atlantic Wall.
www.uss-corry-dd463.com /d-day_u-boat_photos/utah_init_bomb_sta.htm   (390 words)

 USS Mayo DD422
By September 8, 1943, the great invasion armada was off the Gulf of SALERNO having left their bases at Oran, Tripoli, Sicily, and other ports.
Mayo escorted the badly damaged USS SAVANNAH, that was hit by a radio guided bomb on 11 Sept., to Malta only to return early on the 13th to find a British hospital ship, NEWFOUNDLAND, burning and bombed as she steamed fully lighted.
The USS Mayo and USS Brooklyn were credited with destroying 46 tanks and other artillery pieces in one day.
www.ussjpkennedyjr.org /mayosalerno.html   (1461 words)

 CG 60 Normandy
USS Normandy received the Navy Unit Commendation, the National Defense Service Medal, and the Southwest Asia Campaign Medal (with two bronze stars) for her efforts in support of OPERATIONS DESERT SHIELD and DESERT STORM.
USS Normandy served as a centerpiece over the two week course of ceremonies, and specifically for national commemorations at Slapton Sands, United Kingdom on 31 May by U.S. Ambassador Crowe, and at the Normandy beach heads on 6 June by President Clinton.
USS Normandy is the first ship to honor the battle in northern France, fought in the summer of 1944, in which Allied forces gained a foothold on Europe in preparation for the final defeat of Nazi Germany.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/agency/navy/cg-60.htm   (2136 words)

 USS Enterprise-E Refit, Star Trek: Armada 2 Downloads, Star Trek: Armada 2 Hero Ships
This is the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-E Refit, commanded by Captain Jean-Luc Picard.
Armada 2 Files is not responsible for their content.
Use of Armada 2 Files materials is subject to certain Terms and Conditions.
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 Encyclopedia: Ship prefix
The use of ship prefixes is not universal; in particular neither the Third Reich's Kriegsmarine nor the Imperial Japanese Navy used ship prefixes.
The Spanish Navy (in Spanish, Armada Espa ola) is the navy of Spain.
In the United States Navy, all prefixes other than "USS," "USNS" and "USCGC" were obsoleted in 1901 when President Theodore Roosevelt signed into law a bill fixing American naval nomenclature.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Ship-prefix   (2976 words)

 USS Clark (FFG-11) - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
USS Clark (FFG-11), fifth ship of the Oliver Hazard Perry class of guided-missile frigates, was named for Admiral Joseph James "Jocko" Clark (1893-1971).
Ordered from Bath Iron Works on 27 February 1976 as part of the FY76 program, Clark was laid down on 17 July 1978, launched on 24 March 1979, and commissioned on 9 May 1980.
Decommissioned and stricken on 15 March 2000, she was handed over to Poland the same day as that nation's General Kasimir Pulaski, after Casimir Pulaski, a Polish soldier who fought in the American Revolutionary War.
www.open-encyclopedia.com /USS_Clark_%28FFG-11%29   (117 words)

 USS Leader (MSO490)
USS Tripoli (LPH 10), which had been part of the amphibious task force, was assigned to the USMCMG as a support ship for the AMCM helicopters and as the USMCMG command ship.
USS Princeton restored her TLAM strike and Aegis AAW capabilities within two hours of the mine strike and reassumed duties as the local AAW commander, providing air defense for the Coalition MCM group for 30 additional hours until relieved.
USS Tripoli was able to continue her mission for several days before being relieved by USS Lasalle (AGF 3) and USS New Orleans (LPH 11).
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 USS Reid (FFG-30) - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
USS Reid (FFG-30), twenty-second ship of the Oliver Hazard Perry class of guided-missile frigates, was named for Sailing Master Samuel Chester Reid (1783–1861).
Ordered from Todd Shipyards, San Pedro, California on 23 January 1978 as part of the FY78 program, Reid was laid down on 8 October 1980, launched on 27 June 1981, and commissioned on 19 February 1983.
Decommissioned and stricken on 25 September 1998, she was transferred to Turkey on 5 January 1999 as that nation's TCG Gelibolu (F 493).
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 USS Plunkett (DD-431), Gleaves-class destroyer in World War II
USS Plunkett (DD-431), Gleaves-class destroyer in World War II Plunkett (DD-431) was laid down 1 March 1939 by the Federal Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., Kearny, N.J., and launched 7 March 1940, sponsored by Mrs.
Employed on North Sea patrols and escort work over the first leg of the Murmansk run, she was relieved, by Mayrant, in mid-May and assigned to escort battleship USS New York back to the United States.
During August, she participated in numerous landings on the Sicilian coast and, in September, joined TG 81.6 to screen the transports and landing craft for the assault on the Axis boot at Salerno.
www.destroyerhistory.org /benson-gleavesclass/ussplunkett/index.html   (1047 words)

 Navy League of the United States - Citizens in Support of the Sea Services
The USS Theodore Roosevelt (with CVW-1)--which conducted battle group training in the Caribbean in January as the last battle group to use Vieques Island for predeployment training--was ordered to join the other carriers in the Middle East.
The USS Belleau Wood (with the 11th MEU) and its ARG returned from a six-month deployment to the Middle East and the Western Pacific in December 2002.
The command ship USS Mount Whitney has been staged to Djibouti to serve as headquarters of Combined Joint Task Force­Horn of Africa--which was activated on 13 December 2002 to support the global war on terrorism.
www.navyleague.org /sea_power/feb_03_15.php   (1729 words)

 New Page 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
This infamous case is called the Pueblo Incident and the main historical archive of the incidence is the ship USS Pueblo herself, a prized trophy of North Korea.
Captain Bucher of USS Pueblo surrendered his ship and stated that he and his officers, based in Sasobo, Japan, had completed 135 spy missions along the Siberian coasts and were in the process of collecting intelligence data on North Korea when caught in the act by the North Koreans.
The 1886 burning of General Sherman, 1968 capture of USS Pueblo and many other conflicts with the US super power have united the people of North Korea into a union of all for one and one for all - a force of 25 million ready to repulse the United States imperialism.
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USS Ronald Reagen dengan kode CVN-76 adalah kapal induk terbesar, tercanggih dan mungkin juga hingga saat ini sebagai salah satu hasil karya raksasa apung terhebat yang pernah dibuat oleh umat manusia.
USS Ronald Reagen merupakan kapal kelas Nimitz, diserahterimakan pada angkatan laut AS tahun 2003 dan efektif bertugas tahun 2005 ini setelah menjalani serangkaian tes dan sertifikasi tahun 2004 lalu.
USS Ronald Reagen rencananya akan bertugas selama 50 tahun, jadi jika anda baru wisuda dan bekerja di kapal ini, maka hingga anda pensiun kapal ini masih tetap bertugas.
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 Untitled Document
The USS Theodore Roosevelt is accompanied by 13 ships, one nuclear submarine and 15,000 American troops.
USS Carl Vinson has 11 ships alongside it, including destroyers, battle cruisers and attack subs.
USS Enterprise will be joined by 12 ships - all similar types to Carl Vinson's escort.
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 Category:Armada - Star Trek Games - Star Trek Gaming Universe
Star Trek: Armada is the first real-time 3-D strategy game set in the Star Trek: The Next Generation® universe.
The USS Enterprise E, commanded by Captain Jean Luc Picard, is assigned to re-establish Federation support in some of the more devastated systems of the Quadrant.
In Armada you play as three different races in the single player campaign but in multiplayer you have the choice of up to four different races.
stgu.com /startrekgames/index.php/Category:Armada   (663 words)

 Star Trek: Armada II - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki
The assimilated USS Douglass is recaptured from the Borg.
Stardate 54588.0: A small fleet, led by a single Akira-class starship is dispatched to the Romulan Neutral Zone to establish a presence in a hazardous nebula field.
There is also an Armada 2 "upgrade project" underway, which greatly enhances the graphics and textures of units, planets, backgrounds and other items in the game.
memory-alpha.org /en/wiki/Star_Trek:_Armada_II   (2219 words)

 USS Constitution Museum - Museum Store - Videos, etc.
USS Constitution celebrates her birthday, and sails under her own power for the first time in over 100 years.
At 200 years of age, the oldest commissioned warship in the world was under its own power for the first time in 116 years.
Maritime experts reveal the complete story behind these massive ships they could be 200 feet long and stand more than 30 feet out of the water and explain why they remained the world's premier naval vessel for so long.
www.ussconstitutionmuseum.org /shop/videos.html   (1175 words)

 USS Belleau Wood, CVL-24 Unit History
Originally slated to be the light cruiser USS NEW HAVEN (C~ 76), Belleau Wood's keel was laid on 11 August 1941 at the New York Ship-building Corporation, Camden, New Jersey, but due to the pressing need for carriers the cruiser hull was converted to that of a light aircraft carrier type.
On 25 August in company with USS Princeton (CVL~23) and supporting vessels, Belleau Wood set course for her initial assignment of covering the amphibious forces occupying Baker Island, southwest of Pearl Harbor and lying almost on the equator.
After a short period of duty on the West Coast, USS Belleau Wood was inactivated and placed out of commission with the Alameda Group of the Pacific Reserve Fleet in January 1947.
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 USS Zealous: A Star Trek sim set on the advanced Prometheus Class vessel.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
USS Zealous: A Star Trek sim set on the advanced Prometheus Class vessel.
The USS Zealous is a Star Trek sim set on a Prometheus class vessel.
The Prometheus class is one of the more experimental and advanced classes in the Starfleet Armada.
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 USN Ships--USS Meade (DD-602)
USS Meade, a 1620-ton Benson class destroyer, was built at Staten Island, New York.
USS Meade was laid up as a member of the Atlantic Reserve Fleet for the next twenty-five years.
USS Meade was named in honor of Rear Admiral Richard Worsam Meade (1837-1897), who served actively as an officer in the Navy from 1850 to 1895; and his brother, Brigadier General Robert Lemy Meade (1841-1910), who was on active duty as a U.S. Marine Corps officer from 1862 to 1906.
www.history.navy.mil /photos/sh-usn/usnsh-m/dd602.htm   (857 words)

 USS Ronald Reagan navega por estrecho de Magallanes
USS Ronald Reagan navega por estrecho de Magallanes
El USS Ronald Reagan es el portaaviones más moderno que posee la Marina de los Estados Unidos.
El portaaviones USS "Ronald Reagan" navega con dos prácticos chilenos, los cuales se embarcaron en el puerto de Río de Janeiro, Brasil, con el objeto de verificar la maniobrabilidad y capacidad de los buques.
www.armada.cl /p4_armada/site/artic/20040618/pags/20040618171654.html   (731 words)

 USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)
USS KENNEDY departed the US east coast on February 16, 2002, on a scheduled 6-month deployment to the Mediterranean and Arabian Gulf in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
USS JOHN F. KENNEDY and USS BELKNAP (CG 26) collide in rough seas at night during air exercises east of Sicily.
USS BORDELON (DD 881), one of the ships that came to the BELKNAP's aid after the collision on November 22, 1975, experiences steering difficulties during refueling and collides with USS JOHN F. KENNEDY causing topside damage to the BORDELON and injuring six.
navysite.de /cvn/cv67.htm   (3367 words)

 Warships Magazine - WEB SPECIAL - Attack on America   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
A massive armada of warships is gathered in waters of the Middle East, including at least four US Navy Carrier Battle Groups (CBGs) and a substantial Royal Navy Task Force.
The USS Enterprise (CVN 65), USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70), USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63) and USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) carrying a combined total of around 300 warplanes are spearheading the coalition fleet.
Meanwhile the carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73) set sail from Norfolk, Virginia, and mounted air patrols with her embarked jets and prepared to send her helicopters in to New York to help airlift casualties to the Comfort.
www.warshipsifr.com /pages/terrorism_special.html   (1283 words)

 U.S. Navy Battleships - USS Wisconsin (BB 64)
So little was the threat from the dwindling Japanese air arm that the Americans made no attempt whatever to conceal the location of their armada which was operating off her shores with impunity.
On 6 May 1955, the battleship collided with the destroyer USS Eaton (DDE-510) in a heavy fog; Wisconsin put into Norfolk with extensive damage to her bow and, one week later, entered drydock at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard.
Wisconsin shared gunnery duties with USS Missouri (BB 63) and the two battleships continued to hammer at their targets with 16-inch gunnery.
www.chinfo.navy.mil /navpalib/ships/battleships/wisconsin/bb64-wi.html   (4654 words)

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