First Manchester - Fleet

Fleet

First Greater Manchester's fleet consists of around 860 active vehicles. Over half are of Volvo manufacture.

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USS Antietam (CV-36) - Service History - Later Years
... returned home in April and rejoined the Pacific Reserve Fleet briefly ... transited the Panama Canal to join the Atlantic Fleet ... During the intervening years, she participated in numerous fleet and independent ship's exercises ...
Great White Fleet - Effects On Fleet Operations
... Gunnery exercises doubled the fleet's accuracy ... However, the mission also underlined the fleet's dependence on foreign colliers and the need for coaling stations and auxiliary ships for coaling and ...
V Boat - Background
... wish for submarines that could operate in closer collaboration with the surface fleet than the Navy's existing classes, which had been designed primarily for coastal defense ... These notional "fleet" submarines would necessarily be larger and better armed, but primarily, they would need a surface speed of some 21 kn (24 mph 39 km/h) to be able to maneuver ... Spear, proposed two preliminary fleet-boat designs for consideration in the Navy's 1914 program ...
USS Ranger (CV-61) - Service - 1950s
... of 1958 in pilot qualification training for Air Group 14 and fleet exercises along the California coast ... Caldwell, Commander, Carrier Division Two, to join the Seventh Fleet ... this first WestPac deployment, Ranger launched more than 7,000 sorties in support of 7th Fleet operations ...

Famous quotes containing the word fleet:

    A city on th’ inconstant billows dancing;
    For so appears this fleet majestical.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    On the middle of that quiet floor
    sits a fleet of small black ships,
    square-rigged, sails furled, motionless,
    their spars like burned matchsticks.
    Elizabeth Bishop (1911–1979)

    They ... fleet the time carelessly, as they did in the golden world.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)