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Two motor mine yawls for the War Department.

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Military Affairs

Two motor mine yawls for the War Department.

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Military Affairs

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- War Dept,
  • Mines (Military explosives),
  • Armored vessels

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTwo motor mine yawls for War Department
    SeriesS.rp.1107
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination2 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16150969M

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    December 2, June 5, by oguay, posted in Navy, Marines, & Coast Guard, Records Reference and Research By Onaona Guay The Know Your Records series aims to inform our readers of the types of records in our holdings, the information found in those record types, and the process by which researchers can request/get access to these records. In addition to the above, there are a number of types of boats that carry a similar initial for all vessels in the same class. These boats are known as “L” "Q”, “V" (vidette launches) and "M” (motor mine yawls), and in addition to their initials carry' their proper numerals in the order in which the boats were completed.


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Two motor mine yawls for the War Department by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Military Affairs Download PDF EPUB FB2

The mine flotilla consisted of a mine planter, a distribution box boat (DB boat, also known as a L-boat after the numerical designation on the side of the boat), and two to four yawls.

There were rarely enough mine planters for one to be assigned to each harbor that had mines. Often one or two mine planters were assigned to a major harbor.

The movement toward standardization began inwhen Mr. Sutphen's com- pany built twenty-one-foot mine-yawls for the United States War Department. The same company two years later built 33 thirty-foot mine layers on standard lines, and during the next six years turned out no thirty-six foot power life boats for the United States life.

This List of World War II vessel types of the United States is a list of the types of vessels used by the United States during the time period of World War includes submarines, battleships, minelayers, oilers, barges, pontoon rafts and other types of water craft, boats and ships.

(This list is not yet complete.). From tothe United States Department of War gave their publications a successive number, like other departments including the Department of Agriculture and Department of the Treasury. [citation needed] They were mostly (drill) regulations and other field manuals (as they were later called, when the War Department adopted the FM Field Manual numbering), but also collections of.

This is a List of World War II vessel types of the United States using during World War list includes submarines, battleships, minelayers, oilers, barges, pontoon rafts and other types of water craft, boats and ships.

As of this list is not : Junior Mine Planter. The United States home front during World War II supported the war effort in many ways, including a wide range of volunteer efforts and submitting to government-managed rationing and price was a general feeling of agreement that the sacrifices were for the national good during the war.

(Record Group ) 6, cu. Overview of Records Locations Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY RECORDS OF THE ARTILLERY 1, lin. Records of the 1st-7th Artillery Regiments Records of field artillery units Records of coast artillery companies Records of field artillery regiments ()   The laugh sensation that swept the nation, How to Speak Southern and More How to Speak Southern, is now collected in one complete–and completely hilarious–ed by Southerners everywhere and dedicated to all Yankees in the hope that it will teach them to talk right, this uproarious book decodes “Suthun” wit and wisdom for “Nawthun” upstarts s: A collection of public domain World War II books, radio broadcasts, V-discs, films, and other ephemera.

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Doughboy Military Collectables. Buy, Sell, Trade, Consignments. Boonville Avenue Springfield, Missouri Phone () The War Department formed a Board of Review that recommended an increase in strength, which resulted in new CA companies inalthough these were initially undermanned.

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Technical Manuals and other War Department and Department of the Army publications were identified in FM List and index of publications (title varies). Of these the Library of Congress has identified the following issues in its collections, by date.

The Mine Flotilla: Mine Planters, DB Boats, and Yawls The mine flotilla consisted of a mine planter, a distribution box boat (DB boat, also known as a L-boat after the numerical designation on the side of the boat), and two to four yawls.

There were rarely enough mine planters for one to be assigned to each harbor that had mines. Because of production problems in the United States, however, the War Department was able to forward only 3, tons per month to China through most of the rest of Although it approved an additional 1, tons per month to U.S.

air units in China, for a monthly goal of 5, tons, even this supplement was unrealized. Page 9. Records of the Office of the Chief, Motor Transport Corps (OCMTC), War Department.

History: Motor Branch established in TD of OQMG,with responsibility for purchase of motor-propelled vehicles. Redesignated Motors Division, Janu ; Motor Transport Division, Ap ; and Motor Transport Service by General Order Plotting boards were used to keep track of every mine in the field.

While Batteries A and F of the 6th Coast Artillery planted, maintained, and operated the mine defenses, the Mine Flotilla, comprised of detachments from both batteries, cared for and manned the L-boats and mine yawls. The two batteries and the flotilla formed the HDSF Mine. War Department.

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