U.S. Naval Weapons: Every Gun, Missile, Mine, and Torpedo Used by the U.S. Navy from 1883 to the Present Day

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Naval Institute Press, 1982 - Naval art and science - 287 pages
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Shows, describes and evaluates guns, gun mounts, fire control systems, mines, torpedoes, sonar systems, missiles, bombs, rockets and other Navy ordnance

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Dr. Norman Friedman is a defense analyst and historian specializing in the intersection of technology and national strategy. He was Deputy Director of National Security Studies at the Hudson Insitute in New York under Herman Kahn, and later was personal consultant to the Secretary of the Navy for a decade. The author of 33 books, he conducted or co-authored numerous studies, and served as a futurologist for the U.S. Marine Corps in 2002-2004.

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