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  Bathyscaphe Trieste
Trieste was a deep-diving research bathyscaphe[?] ("deep boat") with a crew of two.
Transported to a new base at San Diego, she was extensively modified and then used in a series of deep-submergence tests in the Pacific Ocean during the next few years, including a dive to the deepest known part of the ocean in January 1960.
Trieste is a permanent exhibit at the Navy Museum in Washington, DC.
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 United States Navy
USS Thresher - sunk in an accident in 1963
USS Merrimac - a wooden warship rebuilt by the Confederates as the ironclad CSS Virginia
Sank the USS Husitania with its spar-mounted torpedo, but was sunk during or soon after the same battle, with all hands on board.
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 History of the Bathyscaph Trieste
Between September 1965 and May 1966, TRIESTE II again underwent extensive modification and conversion at Mare Island Naval Shipyard but there is no clear record that she was ever operated in that new configuration,ie, the addition of skeds or outriggers on both sides of the sphere.
In the spring of 1980, TRIESTE II (DSV-1) deployed to the "Mid-America Trench".
TRIESTE II (DSV-1) was successful in locating and recovering the faulty hydro phone from a depth of 4100 feet.
www.bathyscaphtrieste.com   (1936 words)

 USN Ships--TRIESTE (1958-1963) in 1959-60
In October 1959, after being fitted with a stronger pressure sphere, Trieste was transported to the mid-Pacific to participate in Project "Nekton", in which she conducted a series of very deep dives in the Marianas Trench.
Trieste was being prepared for transportation to the Marianas Islands for a three-month series of deep-submergence operations.
USS Wandank (ATA-204) is in the distance, apparently towing the bathyscaphe.
www.history.navy.mil /photos/sh-usn/usnsh-t/trste-b.htm   (411 words)

 Bathyscaphe Trieste - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Trieste was a deep-diving research bathyscaphe ("deep boat") with a crew of two people, which reached a record-breaking depth of about 10,900 m, in the deepest part of the oceans, the Challenger Deep, in 1960.
The crew pressure sphere was 6.5 ft (2.16 m), attached to the underside of the floats and acccessed from the deck of the vessel by a vertical tunnel which penetrated the float and ran down to the sphere hatch.
On January 23, 1960, Trieste reached the ocean floor in the Challenger Deep (the deepest southern part of the Mariana Trench), carrying Jacques Piccard (son of Auguste) and Lieutenant Don Walsh, USN.
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USS Bradbury - NX 72307 Challenger-class: The model for the Challenger-class Buran, seen in the wreckage of "Best of Both Worlds" (TNG), was similar to the Constitution-class, the only difference being that the two nacelles are Constellation-class style and attached to the top read end of the saucer.
USS Yellowstone - NCC 70073 The Springfield-class: The Chekov has two nacelles identical to the marker pens of the Ahwahnee, except that standard red-streamer Starfleet decals are present on their upper sides.
USS Drake - NCC 20381 USS Fleming - NCC 20316 Yorkshire-class: This ship class may be of a newer design, as the registry of the Denver illustrates.
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 The History of Trek - HTML Version
The USS Drake is destroyed at the planet Minos, in the Lorenze Cluster.
The Federation research vessel USS Viko is damaged, and all but one of her crew killed, by high energy plasma in the Black Cluster.
The USS Jenolen is discovered on the surface of a Dyson sphere by the USS Enterprise-D. Starfleet Captain Montgomery Scott is recovered from the transporter buffer, but crewmember Matt Franklin's pattern is too far deteriorated.
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On October 2, 1959, Trieste was loaded onto the freighter Santa Maria for transport to the Mariana Islands for a series of deep-submergence operations in the Pacific Ocean, into the Challenger Deep, the deepest spot in the ocean identified by the British ship Challenger II in 1851.
On January 23, 1960 — the day of Trieste's historic dive to the bottom of the Mariana Trench — the waves were 5 to 6 feet high in the ocean when Jacques Piccard (Auguste's son), and Navy Lt. Donald Walsh boarded Trieste from a rubber raft.
Trieste was taken out of service soon after completing that mission and is now housed at the Navy Museum, at the Washington Navy Yard, Washington, DC.
www.ocean.udel.edu /extreme2004/geology/trieste.html   (575 words)

The USS Bordelon was commissioned on 5 June 1945, with Cdr.
After visiting Trieste and Venice, she sailed to Gibralter to be relieved by the incoming ships and returned to Norfolk.
Due to the damage to the superstructure and electronics and the age and condition of the hull, the Bordelon was de-commissioned on Feb. 1, 1977.
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Her first assignment is as a medical officer for a deep space exploration mission on the USS Chamberlain.] [Five-year-old Deanna Troi is "bonded" with an Earth boy, Wyatt Miller.] 2342 Ishara Yar, younger sister of Tasha Yar, is born on Turkana Four.
Riker was part of an USS Potemkin away team on Nervala Four when, unbeknownst to anyone, a transporter fluke created a duplicate of Riker who remained on the planet while the original left with the Potemkin.
She is given command of the USS Renegade.] [Tasha Yar is promoted to the positions of Chief Tactical Officer and Chief Security Officer on the La Gloire, as well as the rank of full lieutenant.
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 USS Saratoga (CV 60)
USS SARATOGA was laid down on 16 December 1952 by the New York Naval Shipyard, New York City, N.Y.; launched on 8 October 1955; sponsored by Mrs.
From the Gulf, SARATOGA returned to the Mediterranean and was there relieved on 7 October by USS JOHN F. "Super Sara," along with Carrier Air Wing 17 (CVW-17), began her final deployment 12 January 1994, entering the Mediterranean Sea January 26 after a choppy Atlantic Ocean crossing.
USS SARATOGA and the USS MISSISSINEWA (AO 144) are in a minor collision during an underway replenishment off the Florida coast.
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 USS Scorpion Search Operations Phase II (Apache, White Sands, Trieste): January 2005
The USS Trieste (DSV-1) at sea in the mid-Atlantic during the summer of 1969.
This is the view of Triest that the Apache crew had after each of the dives when we would come over to tow her back to the White Sands.
A photograph of the sail of the USS Scorpion that was taken by Robert Ballard's navy-sponsored expeditions in 1985 or 1986.
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They were first encountered by the USS Trieste, the science vessel for possible expansion along the borders that now are the Farpoint Fleet.
When they were encountered, they Attacked the USS Trieste, destroying her.
Near the beginning of the Dominion wars the USS Happenstance came across an unescorted Dominion freighter that was carrying a large compliment of Tz on their way to a training camp.
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 Federation Starship Registry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
USS Agamemnon NCC-11638 NA USS Ajax NCC-11574 NA Clement NCC-12537 NA USS Gage NCC-11672 Destroyed in Borg invasion at Wolf 359
USS Fearless NCC-14598 NA USS Gorkon NCC-40521 NA USS Grissom NCC-42857 NA USS Hood NCC-42296 NA USS Intrepid NCC-38907 NA USS Lexington NCC-14427 NA USS Livingston NCC-34099 NA USS Malinche NCC-38997 NA USS Melbourne NCC-62043 Destroyed in Borg invasion at Wolf 359
USS Repulse NCC-2544 NA USS Roosevelt NCC-2573 Crew assimilated by the Borg at Wolf 359
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 USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69)
History of USS DWIGHT D. Construction of the third nuclear-powered and second NIMITZ class aircraft carrier, USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER was authorized by Congress in fiscal year 1970.
USS EISENHOWER collides with an anchored coal ship while entering the harbor to dock at Norfolk Naval Station when wind and current push the carrier off course.
While conducting routine flight operations in the western Mediterranean Sea Sept. 16, an F/A-18 Hornet from Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 83 attached to USS EISENHOWER, was reported in the water approximately 10 miles from the carrier.
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 USS Thresher Disaster
Thirty-one years ago, the nuclear submarine USS Thresher failed to surface from a test dive and was lost at sea.
At 9:13 a.m., the USS Skylark received a signal indicating that the submarine was experiencing "minor difficulties." Shortly afterward, the Skylark received a series of garbled, undecipherable message fragments from the Thresher.
Honoring the 129 sailors and civilians lost aboard the U.S.S. Thresher on April 10, 1963, and urging the Secretary of the Army to erect a memorial to this tragedy in Arlington National Cemetery.
www.arlingtoncemetery.net /uss-thresher.htm   (2042 words)

 ipedia.com: United States Navy Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
These are the other major strategic arm of the Navy as they can be used directly to control naval and shipping activity by other powers as well as serving as missile-launching platforms.
USS Pueblo - intelligence vessel captured by North Korea.
Sank the USS Housatonic with its spar-mounted torpedo, but was sunk during or soon after the same battle, with all hands on board.
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 Ex Astris Scientia - Starfleet Ship Classes L-Z
At least the USS Rhode Island, with its registry from the early 2370s, must already have been built, with or without the modifications.
Maybe the USS Yeager NCC-61947 was destroyed in the Borg battle of 2373, and the name "Yeager" was reused for the new ship seen at DS9 soon after.
USS Yeager NCC-61947 of the Saber class that could be seen in "First Contact".
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It and the Hornet are led by the Excalibur to form a strategic gap in the fleet's tachyon detection grid.
The Brattain was escorted to a starbase by the USS Enterprise and is currently undergoing recommission.
It and the Akagi are led by the Excalibur to form a strategic gap in the fleet's tachyon detection grid.
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 USS Miranda Federation Starship Database   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
By 2375 the prototype was completed, USS Pathfinder, which began her shakedown cruiser shortly thereafter.
In 2376 the ship was renamed for in honor of the previous ships holding the name USS Miranda - an honor shared with the USS Enterprise line of starships - which became the flagship of Admiral Victor Murdock, the man that designed the original Pathfinder-class vessel and oversaw its development.
The USS Miranda-B entered service in 2377and was assigned to units on the outer Federation territories, performing patrol and presence missions as well as the normal mapping and exploration duties which any Starfleet vessel is expected to handle.
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 USS Enterprise NCC-1701D
The USS Enterprise "D" was the flagship of Starfleet and the United Federation of Planets.
He then served on board the USS Potempkin, where he was promoted to Lieutenant Commander after leading a rescue mission.
Worf's adopted father was one of the USS Intrepid's rescue team that arrived at the Khitomer outpost.
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 Current Vessels: Submersibles - Trieste
ABOARD THE USS LEWIS OFF GUAM--(NAVNEWS)--The Navy's bathyscaph Trieste again set a world's diving record when she probed 37,800 feet to the depths of the Marianas Trench, deepest known hole in the world's oceans, Jan. 23.
No difficulties were experienced during the dive, during which the Trieste was subjected to a pressure of 16, 883 pounds per square inch.
This depth program has been named "Project Nekton" and, according to a Navy announcement, provides "scientific knowledge of sunlight penetration, underwater visibility, transmission of man-made sounds, and marine geological studies." The Trieste had previously made two record-setting dives, the last on Jan. 7 when she descended to 24,000 feet.
www.onr.navy.mil /focus/ocean/vessels/submersibles11.htm   (268 words)

 LCARSCom.Net | The LCARS Computer Network | A Star Trek Fan Site
Data served on the Trieste prior to the Enterprise-D. The Trieste was named for the bathyscaphe in which oceanographer Jacques Piccard
Destroyed by the Borg Cube at the battle of Wolf 359 in 2367.
Starship lost in the Delta Quadrant sometime prior to the USS Voyager.
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 United States Navy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
These are the other major strategic arm the Navy as they can be used to control naval and shipping activity by powers as well as serving as missile-launching platforms.
USS Stark - 36 died when ship was by Iraqi air-launched missiles in 1987
Built by the Confederates near the end of the Civil Sank the USS Housatonic with its spar-mounted torpedo but was during or soon after the same battle all hands on board.
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 John Paul Jones
Our ship was sponsored by the mother of the mayor of Providence in 1945 and still maintains contact with thousands of men who proudly served aboard her from 1945 to 1973.
Departing Newport, R.I., in November, she operated in the Mediterranean from 20 November 1947 to 2 March 1948, visiting Naples in December, Taranto in January, and Trieste and Venice in February, returning to Newport in March.
Sailing from Newport in September 1948, she served the 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean from 23 September 1948 to 14 January 1949, visiting Thessalonika in October, Marseilles in November, Trieste and Venice in December, and Oran in January, returning to Newport later in January.
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 Ex Astris Scientia - Federation Ship Names L-Z
Note that USS Merrimack and USS Monitor have adjacent registries as a reconciling gesture (although in such a case they should have properly named the other ship "USS Virginia" instead of USS Merrimack).
The name for the USS Princeton of 1843 comes from Princeton, West Virginia, the hometown of Captain Robert F. Stockton, who first suggested her construction.
But it seems the intended namesake was the USS Pueblo, a US Navy intelligence vessel that was hijacked by North Korean forces in 1968.
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 USSVI - Museums, Sources & Misc. [Page-2]
Trieste I and II are also considered to be bathyscaphes -- a Greek term meaning deep ships.
As a result, only vessels further out to sea were without such defensive measures because it was felt that the submersibles could not go very far to sea.
This is why the Hunley was forced to go further to sea to attack the USS Housatonic, after which the Hunley disappeared.
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 Historic Naval Ships Visitors Guide - RV Trieste   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Trieste was built in 1953, by Swiss professor, scientist and explorer August Piccard.
Trieste was purchased by the Navy in 1958.
Three years later, Trieste located the remains of the lost submarines USS Thresher and USS Scorpion.
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The USS Rodman and the Wasp saved many of the crew, but the Hobson and 176 of her crew were lost.
During the height of the cold war while in Trieste, Italy The Mullany received orders to put to sea to escort cruisers.
Now she would cross the Atlantic on one screw escorting the USS Roosevelt.
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