Includes bibliographical references (p. -214) and index.
|Statement||Marion D. Williams.|
|LC Classifications||V858 .W55 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 223 p. :|
|Number of Pages||223|
|LC Control Number||97042584|
In Under Ice, William Leary examines the evolution of Arctic submarine operations in the U.S. Navy, a little-known but significant area of national security concern. Through the career of Waldo Lyon, he chronicles the problems of under-ice navigation and the development of Cold War naval by: 1. Submarines under ice: the U.S. Navy's Polar Operations. [Marion D Williams] -- This book treats not only Wilkins's Nautilus expedition of but the diesel- and battery-powered submarine operations of the l94Os and l95Os as well as the era of nuclear-powered boats. The submarine, USS Parche, was built extra-sturdy for navigating under ice caps. It managed the Sea of Okhotsk near the Soviet Union. Local historian Dr. Chris Wiggins' new book, "Ingalls' Cold War. Ice Station Zebra (Filmway/MGM, ) Cold War story about the nuclear submarine Tigerfish, on a mission to rescue the crew of Drift Ice Station Zebra at the North Pole. Rock Hudson, Ernest.
The world’s first nuclear submarine, the Nautilus dived at Point Barrow, Alaska, and traveled nearly 1, miles under the Arctic ice cap to reach the top of the world. It then steamed on to. The Marx Brothers, 'A Day at the Races', - scene with Groucho Marx and Chico Marx ' - Chico:(Tony) Getta your tootsie-frootsie ice cream!' (how you loose money on books. The long route under the Antarctic ice sheets, which the German submarine fleet allegedly took to reach these hidden caverns, gives credence to Tompkins claims that Reptilian extraterrestrials had provided the Nazis with the information necessary to locate the hidden Antarctic caverns, and the under-ice passage ways to reach them. In ‘Ice Station Zebra’ a British rescue station in the Arctic is the scene of espionage skullduggery and is set on fire, with a US Navy nuclear-powered submarine sent under the Polar ice to carry out a .
Submarines under ice: the U.S. Navy's Polar Operations by Williams, Marion D., Publication date Topics United States. Navy, Submarines (Ships) Publisher Internet Archive Books. American Libraries. Uploaded by Jacob-QA on May Pages: USS Skate (SSN), the third submarine of the United States Navy named for the skate, a type of ray, was the lead ship of the Skate class of nuclear submarines. She was the third nuclear submarine commissioned, the first to make a completely submerged trans-Atlantic crossing, and the second submarine to reach the North Pole and the first to surface : knots ( mph; km/h) surfaced, 18 kn . Submarines Under the Ice: How They Conquered the Arctic Ocean Marion D. Williams Hardcover. Submarine Insignia & Submarine Services of the World W. M. Thornton Listed under Uniforms. Submarines & Ships (See Through History Series) Richard Humble Hardcover Reading level: Ages Seadragon: Northwest Under the Ice [The story of the nuclear Submarine Seadragon’s epic discovery of an underwater Northwest Passage], by Cmdr. George P. Steele, USN () Seadragon also features as the main submarine in the fictional book SSN Seadragon: The Crucible of Leviathan by J.P. Ronald published in Speed: 20 knots (23 mph; 37 km/h)+.