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U.S.S. San Diego, the last armored cruiser

Gary Gentile

U.S.S. San Diego, the last armored cruiser

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Published by G. Gentile Productions in Philadelphia, PA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Long Island (N.Y.),
  • New York (State),
  • Long Island.
    • Subjects:
    • San Diego (Ship),
    • World War, 1914-1918 -- Antiquities.,
    • World War, 1914-1918 -- Naval operations, American.,
    • Shipwrecks -- New York (State) -- Long Island.,
    • Underwater archaeology -- New York (State) -- Long Island.,
    • Deep diving -- New York (State) -- Long Island.,
    • Long Island (N.Y.) -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 119)

      Statementby Gary Gentile.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsVA65.S315 G46 1989
      The Physical Object
      Pagination120 p. :
      Number of Pages120
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1906323M
      ISBN 100962145319
      LC Control Number90110111
      OCLC/WorldCa21032832

      In July , ton armored cruiser USS San Diego sank off Long Island, New York, losing six sailors from a crew of 1, after a mysterious explosion struck the vessel. This page was last edited on 7 January , at Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may ce of: armored cruiser, archaeological site.


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History Following the Spanish-American War inthe U.S. Navy recognized a need for ships capable of protecting the nation’s overseas territories and sea lanes. The Navy designed a 12,ton armored cruiser, which traded firepower for speed and would be able to outmaneuver enemy formations while not sacrificing armor, thanks to recent improvements in steel.

Mystery Blast Sank The USS San Diego in New Report Reveals What Happened A team of researchers had been trying to determine whether the armored cruiser was lost to sabotage, an accident or.

This will be the fourth "San Diego," the first an armored cruiser (ACR 6) was the renamed USS California, the second is the infamous WWII light cruiser (CL 53), and the third a combat stores ship (AFS 6). Read about the LPD Class ships here and more information here.

The second USS San Diego (CL) was an Atlanta-class light cruiser of the United States Navy, commissioned just after the US entry into World War II, and active throughout the Pacific with 16 5 in ( mm)/38 cal DP anti-aircraft guns and 16 Bofors 40 mm AA guns, the Atlanta-class cruisers had one of the heaviest anti-aircraft broadsides of any warship of Length: ft 6 in ( m) oa.

We Finally Know What Sank the U.S.S. San Diego During World War I After six visits to the ship and sophisticated modeling, historians have concluded that a German mine sunk the cruiser off the Author: Jason Daley.

The sinking of the USS San Diego was a mystery for years. In Julyton armored cruiser USS San Diego sank off Long Island, New York, losing six sailors from a crew of 1, USS San Diego photographed 28 Januarywhile serving as flagship of the Pacific Fleet.

Her name had been changed from California on 1 September Note two-star Rear Admiral's flag flying from her mainmast top. Type: shipwreck, armored cruiser, U.S. Navy Built:San Francisco USA, as U.S.S. California Specs.

Steaming to New York with a belly full of coal, the armored cruiser USS San Diego (ACR-6) struck a mine deployed by a German U-boat on J The mine exploded along the cruiser.

Exactly How USS San Diego Sank is Still Unknown Years Later U.S. Navy site of World War I era armored cruiser USS San Diego. The site visit is a continuation of a survey conducted last. ton armored cruiser U.S.S. San Diego, the only major United States Navy warship lost by the United States during World War I, lies in a watery grave about 10 miles off Fire Island, N.Y.

Underwater footage shot using natural light while diving off the coast of New York City on one of the best known wrecks: The USS San Diego. Also referred to as "Armored Cruiser 6", she was a. Navy researchers are trying to definitively determine whether a German mine or torpedo sunk armored cruiser USS San Diego (ACR-6) years ago.

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1 “A Second USSSAN DIEGO” The city San Diego has been the namesake for two U.S. Navy ships with distinguished careers in the two world wars. The armored cruiser USSSan Diego served in World War I before its sinking by a German mine off the New York coast in Looking for books by Gary Gentile.

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Armored Cruisers: A Design and Operational History” is perhaps the only book dedicated to these unique ships, one of the few types in U.S. Navy service to be honored with the names of States of the Union, a privilege normally accorded capital ships such as sailing Ships-of-the-Line, battleships, nuclear ballistic /5(11).

Caption: N-GK WASHINGTON (NNS) (Nov. 8, ) A saucer, for a demitasse-style coffee cup, recovered from the wreck of the armored cruiser USS San Diego is on display at the USS San Diego exhibit at the National Museum of the U.S.

Navy. San Diego is the only major warship lost by the United States during World War I. The site. On a summer morning in Julythe USS San Diego was steaming off the coast of Long Island, N.Y., when it was rocked by an explosion. Within. Lusitania Controversies, By Gary Gentile, ISBNS Book One:Book Two:$ U.S.S.

San Diego: The Last Armored Cruiser, By Gary Gentile, ISBN:$ The United States cruiser San Diego was sunk off Fire Island last month by a mine laid by the German submarine U, which captured and burned the Canadian schooner Dornfonstein in the Bay of Fundy last Friday, according to statements made by members of the crew of the submersible to sailors from the sailing ship who were taken on board the.

The USS San Diego got there fast: The armored cruiser listed and sank within 30 minutes of an explosion off the coast of Long Island on Jleaving six sailors dead, per NPR. But the. US Navy Cruise Books are unofficial publications published by a ship's crew to document a cruise or deployment.

The number of copies of a cruise book is very limited. Several commands only order copies for about 2/3 of the crew as a rule of thumb. Creating those books is an old tradition in the US Navy.

This tradition dates back to the late. U.S.S. San Diego: The Last Armored Cruiser 6 copies, 1 review; The Lurking 4 copies; The Technical Diving Handbook 3 copies; Deep, Dark, and Dangerous: Adventures and Reflections on the Andrea Doria 2 copies; Great Lakes Shipwrecks: A Photographic Odyssey 2 copies; Ironclad legacy: battles of the USS Monitor 2 copies; Advanced Wreck Diving.

USS San Diego: The Last Armored Cruiser ISBN softcover with color covers 6 x 9 vertical, pages, color photos, 61 black & white photos. $ Wreck Diving Guide Books. with Captain v.l. Cottman in command, arC 6 (armored Cruiser), the USS California was commissioned. she was renamed San Diego on september 1, in a spectacular ceremony reported by The san Diego Union: on Wednesday morning the United states cruiser San Diego will be formally rechristened in san diego’s harbor.

no city on the. What sank the armored cruiser San Diego, just 10 miles off the New York coastline during World War I. A surprise explosion rocked the ship that July morning, 99 years : Jeanette Steele. The United States armored cruiser San Diego struck a mine laid by a German submarine and was sunk.

The service was not without hazard, as is shown by the fact that more than half of the war casualties in the United States Navy were suffered in the Cruiser and Transport s: 1.

RAASCH, CHARLES ALBERT, Fireman, 3rd class, USNRF, (father, Charles C Raasch, Bradberry Street, Indianapolis, Ind; enlisted Indianapolis, Ind, J 19 J - USS San Diego (ex-California) (ACR-6), Captain Harley H.

Christy, hit a mine laid by U off Fire Island, New York, and was sunk with. SS San Diego-Navy Cruiser The Armored Cruiser 6 was originally named the USS California, the ship that would later be renamed to the USS San Diego. She was built for the United States Navy by the Union Iron Works of San Francisco, California.

This shipyard also built the USS Olympia almost ten years before. On the night of JJannotta was a young Navy ensign assigned to the USS San Diego, a cruiser that escorted troop convoys to Europe during World War I. On July 18thSan Diego left the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard for New York to begin another convoy run.

The next day, off Fire Island, New York, sailors onboard the armored cruiser heard an ear. WASHINGTON, Aug. The Naval Court of Inquiry appointed to investigate the loss of the American armored cruiser San Diego off the coast of Long Island is of the opinion that the vessel was sunk. San Diego was the only major warship lost by the United States in World War I.

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Inthe FOX was towed to Brownsville, Tx., for scrapping. USS California (Armored Cruiser No. 6), Renamed San Diego in USS California, a 13,ton Pennsylvania class armored cruiser, was built at San Francisco, California. She was commissioned in Augustand spent the next ten years serving in.

USS DIXIE (AD) The second Dixie (AD) was launched 27 May by New York Shipbuilding Corp., Camden, N.J.; sponsored by Mrs.

Pickens, and commissioned 25 AprilLieutenant Commander G. Bahm in command. Dixie sailed from Norfolk 20 June for Pearl Harbor to serve the destroyers of the Battle Force until October when she cleared for. The text of the article concerns the Armored Cruiser USS San Diego (ACR-6) which was sunk off Long Island in during WWI.

These were two entirely different ships with the same name. It is not uncommon for USN to reuse the name of a ship that is out of service, or even to change the name of a ship so that it can be reused for another ship.These protected cruisers, also known as “second class” cruisers, had less armor and were generally smaller than the later armored cruisers.

Newark Class With its lead ship commissioned inthe Newark Class ships were the first modern cruisers in the U.S. Navy. Ships in this class included Newark (C 1); Charleston (C 2), Baltimore (C 3.Biographical information about Gary Gentile.