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Fatal submarine accidents, a bibliography, 1900-1965

Mary F. Romig

Fatal submarine accidents, a bibliography, 1900-1965

by Mary F. Romig

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Published by Rand Corp.] in [Santa Monica, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Submarine disasters -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    StatementMary F. Romig.
    Series[Paper - Rand Corporation] ; P3481
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsAS36 .R28 no. 3481, VK1265 .R28 no. 3481
    The Physical Object
    Pagination22 p. ;
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4175723M
    LC Control Number80453288

      US nuclear submarine: decades of disasters The USS Minneapolis-St Paul, an American nuclear submarine, came close to disaster after crashing into rocks off Plymouth a report has found.   Another accident occurred in , when a Soviet Yankee-class missile submarine, the K, suffered an explosion in one of its missile silos while on .

    K (Russian: К) was the first submarine of the Project (Russian: проект, lit: Projekt) class (NATO reporting name Hotel-class submarine), the first generation of Soviet nuclear submarines equipped with nuclear ballistic missiles, specifically the R boat was hastily built by the Soviets in response to United States' developments in nuclear submarines as part. An appendix lists the three crews of the Hunley and those who died on the Housatonic, followed by endnotes, a bibliography and an index. The H. L. Hunley is highly recommended to those interested in the Civil War and submarines. Tom Chaffin is the author of Sea of Gray(), Pathfinder () and Fatal Glory ().

    Author by: LLC Books Languange: en Publisher by: Books LLC, Wiki Series Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 56 Total Download: File Size: 48,5 Mb Description: Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources : Chapters: British submarine accidents, Canadian submarine accidents, . The submarine was taking part in a naval exercise. One hundred and eighteen crew members perished after a possible on-board explosion occurred (Washington Post, Aug ). The last accident involving a U.S. submarine occurred in May The USS Scorpion sank with 99 men on board (Somers ). The cause of the sinking is unknown.


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Fatal submarine accidents, a bibliography, 1900-1965 by Mary F. Romig Download PDF EPUB FB2

This first complete bibliography of submarine accidents resulting in one or more deaths is a spinoff from a larger study of public reactions to disasters. Results of enemy action or wartime conditions are excluded, but accidents occurring during wartime are listed. The arrangement is chronological.

Fatal submarine accidents, a bibliography, [Mary F Romig; Rand Corporation.] -- This first complete bibliography of submarine accidents resulting in one or more deaths is a spinoff from a larger study of public reactions to disasters.

Title: Fatal Submarine Accidents, A Bibliography, Author: Mary F. Romig Subject: This first complete bibliography of submarine accidents resulting in one or more deaths is a spinoff from a larger study of public reactions to disasters.

FATAL SUBMARINE ACCIDENTS; A BIBLIOGRAPHY, Mary F. Romig The RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, California Thts bibliography is an outgrowth of a larger study on public re-* action to disasters.

During the course of that research, it became. NOW A MAJOR MOTION PICTUREA riveting, brilliantly researched account of the deadliest submarine disaster in history and its devastating human Fatal submarine accidents quiet Saturday morning in Augusttwo explosions--one so massive it was detected by seismologists around the world--shot through the shallow Arctic waters of the Barents Sea.

Russia’s prized submarine, the Kursk, began her fatal /5(6). A revised edition of an account of peacetime submarine disasters from to the present day, previously published in Examines the development of the submarine from experimental stages in the late 18th century to the present day, and provides details of all disasters ever reported.

Probably sunk by a combination of Japanese naval aircraft (th, rd, and st Kokutais); escort vessel Okinawa, Coast Defense Vessel No. 8, Coast Defense Vessel No. 32, and Coast Defense Vessel No. 52; and/or submarine I in the Nansei Soto.

New York: Kathryn I. Rickard, 4to. cloth, dust jacket. viii, pages. On 9 Februarythe American submarine USS Greeneville accidentally struck and sank a Japanese high-school fisheries training ship, Ehime-Maru, killing nine of the 35 Japanese aboard, including four students, 10 miles (16 km) off the coast of collision occurred while members of the public were on board the submarine observing an emergency surface drill.

The boat was towed from the accident location to its homeport at Qingdao. K-8 – Project A submarine. The K-8 nuclear submarine, a Project A (NATO code name: November class) of the Soviet Navy’s Northern Fleet, sank in the Bay of Biscaya.

The question has vexed submariners for almost four decades. Now, with meticulous research and incredible attention to detail, Stephen Johnson examines and dissects one of the most tragic and mysterious submarine accidents in U.S. Navy history."--Douglas Waller, author of Big Red: Inside the Secret World of a Trident Nuclear SubmarineReviews: Pages in category "Submarine accidents" The following 9 pages are in this category, out of 9 total.

This list may not reflect recent changes (). Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Traffic accidents -- Bibliography. Traffic safety -- Bibliography. Traffic accidents. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items.

Pages in category "United States submarine accidents" The following 70 pages are in this category, out of 70 total. This list may not reflect recent changes. DSV Alvin; USS Atlanta (SSN) USS Augusta (SSN) B. USS Batfish (SSN) USS Bergall (SSN) USS Bonefish (SS) C.

OPNAV INSTRUCTION C - Acquisition of Cruise Books and Unit Yearbooks of Navy and Marine Corps Units Patches and Insignia Bibliography Port Chicago Naval Magazine Explosion, Nuclear Submarines and Other Developments With the advent of atomic power, the submarine underwent major changes in propulsion and striking power.

In the nuclear-powered submarine an atomic reactor generates heat that drives a high-speed turbine engine. The first nuclear-powered submarine was the U.S. Nautilus, completed in Such. Pages: Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge.

Excerpt: HMS Affray (P), a British Amphion-class submarine was the last Royal Navy submarine to be lost at sea, on 16 Aprilwith the loss of 75 lives. The following is a selection of prominent movies and books on submarines, submarine history, and the men who made and fought them: Hell Below (MGM, ) Love triangle in World War I.

Men Without Women (Fox, ) John Ford film about a crew that awaits rescue about sunken submarine S   Perhaps the worst submarine disaster in recent memory was Russia’s loss of K Kursk, which was a Project A Antey-class (Oscar II) nuclear-powered guided missile submarine.

While Russia and the Soviet Union have had their fair share of submarine disasters, the United States Navy has lost submarines too. Onthe USS Scorpion, a. Drawing on a variety of theoretical and real-world perspectives, this vivid, well-documented book provides innovative ways to understand risk management, develop new models of crisis decision making, enhance socially responsible leadership and encourage deep questioning of the behavior of individuals and groups in complex systems.1.

Soviet K accident. One of four mysterious submarine accidents in Marchthe Soviet Union's K sank in the Pacific Ocean, with no clear cause. A US Navy submarine, the USS Swordfish, which later underwent repairs for damage to its .Lail, Gladys E., compl.; Baker Mawdsley, Dean L.

Cruise Books of the United States Navy in World War II: A Bibliography. Washington: Naval Historical Center Marolda, Edward J., & G. Wesley Price, III. A Select Bibliography of the United States Navy and the Southeast Asian Conflict