submarine torpedo


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Noun1.submarine torpedo - a torpedo designed to be launched from a submarinesubmarine torpedo - a torpedo designed to be launched from a submarine
torpedo - armament consisting of a long cylindrical self-propelled underwater projectile that detonates on contact with a target
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The young man on the far left is Oliver Brabbins, the artist who has a painting called 'Submarine Torpedo Bay' in the Walker Art Gallery.
It was sadly noted that Granados and his wife died when the English ship they were riding were sunk by a German submarine torpedo during the Great War.
During World War II he was sent to Greenock to work on developing submarine torpedo systems.
A South Korean-led investigation involving a team of international experts concluded the ship was sunk by a North Korean submarine torpedo, but Pyongyang has always denied involvement.
Mark VIII submarine torpedo: 22ft weapon which had a maximum speed of 46 knots.
In 1893, the Navy opened a new competition for a submarine torpedo boat.
Tension on the Korean Peninsula has run high since the March 26 sinking of the South Korean warship Cheonan, killing 46 sailors, which a Seoul-led international investigation said was caused by North Korean submarine torpedo.
1864: The first successful submarine torpedo attack took place in Charleston harbour.
But in Naval Battle, Scottish commanders will have mine layers, a submarine torpedo ship and strike aircraft at their disposal.
Launched from submarine torpedo tubes, they would search for mines and other underwater threats.
THE HOLLAND 1: The Navy's first submarine torpedo boat, Holland 1 was built in 1901 at Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, amid great controversy as it was regarded as "highly sneaky".

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