USS Hobby (DD-610) from the stern, San Francisco Here we see a stern view of the Benson class destroyer USS Hobby (DD-610) off San Francisco on 26 January 1943. From this angle we get a view of her rear guns and her depth charge rails.How to cite this article:Rickard, J (29 January 2021), USS Hobby (DD-610) from the stern, San Francisco , http://www.
10in Gun on Sliding Railway MountThe 10in Gun on Sliding Railway Mount was produced using US guns on French railway mounts in an attempt to speed up production, but none were ready before the end of the First World War.After the US entry into the war the Americans offered to provide fifteen 10in guns to France, and ordered 36 railway mounts for 10in guns, to be constructed in France and armed with US guns.
Portunus(AGP-4: dp. 3,960; 1. 328& 39;0& 34;; b. S0& 39;0& 34;; dr. 13& 39;6& 34;; s. 12 k.;cpl. 283; a. 2 3& 34;, 8 40mm., 8 20mm.; cl. Portunus.)The first Portunue (AGP-4) was laid down as LST~SO by the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, 12 November 1942; launehed 11 February 1943 as Portunue (AGP-4); and commissioned at Baltimore, Md.
A little less action and battles for more reflection and investigation make up brilliantly this third installment of the adventures of the damned lord, Gondemar de Rossal, commissioned by God to carry out a terrible quest that would allow him to save his soul. We find in this fantastic and medieval thriller Hervé Gagnon, all the ingredients that made the success of the two previous volumes, which are always so easy and fascinating to read.