Destroyers

Some articles on destroyers:

HMS L2
... L2 survived an accidental attack by three American destroyers on 24 February 1918 ... L2 surfaced and came under fire by the three destroyers from about 1,500 yards ... white ensigns and fired rifles and the destroyers ceased fire ...
List Of Ships Of The Argentine Navy - Destroyers
... ARA Py D-27 ex-USS Perkins 1984 ... Hércules class (British Type 42 destroyers) Ship Name Pennant Number Other names Service entry Decommissioning ARA Hércules (1) D ...
Boadicea Class Cruiser - Career
... The cruisers lacked the speed of the destroyers they were supposed to escort ... This negated the one great advantage of the destroyers - their relative speed - without increasing their hitting power ... (46 km/h) was sluggish compared to the 27 knots (50 km/h) of the Acorn class destroyers she was supposedly scouting for ...
David Saunders (American Football) - Professional Career - Columbus (2006 - 2007)
... In 2006, Saunders joined the Columbus Destroyers ... He became a prominent receiver for the Destroyers, catching a touchdown pass in 10 straight games that season ... In 2007, Saunders also had another solid season for the Destroyers ...
HMS Ledbury (L90) - Further Action
... with fifteen ships of Loch Ewe, with a Western close escort made up of the destroyers Ledbury, Middleton and Blankney, between 17 January and 21 January ... The Ledbury and the other destroyers left the convoy with the arrival of the Eastern escort, made up of the destroyers Onslaught, Beagle, Bulldog ... The Ledbury was one of a group of upwards of fifty destroyers stationed to escort the landings' main force of cruisers ...

Famous quotes containing the word destroyers:

    Armies, though always the supporters and tools of absolute power for the time being, are always the destroyers of it too; by frequently changing the hands in which they think proper to lodge it.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)