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Destroyer

Author: Ewart Brookes
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Destroyers

Author: Eric W. Osborne
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On July 4, 1991, the Arleigh Burke class of destroyers, the most powerful surface combatants in naval history, was commissioned. It was the culmination of a century-and-a-half evolution of the destroyer—an evolution captured in this vivid and timely history of the world's most popular warship.


Thalaba the Destroyer

Author: Robert Southey
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Destroyer Captain

Author: Roger Hill
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This is an account of what it was like to command a destroyer during World War II. Spanning 1942 to 1945, Hill commanded HMS Ledbury during the tragedy of Arctic convoy PQ17 and played an outstanding role in Operation Pedestal. The pressures of command and the strain of years of continual fighting are conveyed here.


Destroyer

Author: Ian Hawkins
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As Len Deighton writes in the foreword to this haunting and thought-provoking book: 'This account of the men who took their small ships into the deepest and cruellest waters is clearly the result of years of research and hard work....I think I shall never forget some of the stories.


The Destroyer

Author: Graham P. Clarke
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Aside from the street lamp just outside the pub, it was a dark night when the spacecraft landed. As its occupant approaches the drinking establishment, he notices a couple of joyous drunks leaving the bar. Using his alien powers, the visitor camouflages himself to blend in naturally with his surroundings. Looking like a man who has had a few too many drinks, he approaches the barmaid and talks her into a one-night stand. Fascinated by his dark eyes and velvety voice, Sarah agrees, figuring what's the harm? She tosses her head toward a door marked private, and the alien follows her to her room. The next morning, her lover flies back to his planet named Good Old Dreamers, or G.O.D., leaving Sarah pregnant with his child. More than eighteen years pass. Sarah's gift from that night is now a very special teenager, who has the power to become a savior of planet Earth. What lies in store for this child of the universe, and for mankind?


Destroyer By Robert Kirkman

Author: Robert Kirkman
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Collecting Destroyer (2009) #1-5; Usa Comics 70th Anniversary Special; And Material From Mystic Comics (1940) #6, Midnight Sons Unlimited #9 And Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #156. For sixty years, Keen Marlowe has been a super hero, taking down bad guys, fighting the good fight. But it's about to come crashing to an end. See, Marlowe is dying - maybe today, maybe tomorrow, the only question is when. But Marlowe isn't about to go quietly into the night. Before he goes, he intends to leave the world a safer place for his family. And if that means hunting down - and murdering - every super-villain he can, so be it. They don't call him "Destroyer" for nothing.


Navy Aegis Cruiser and Destroyer Modernization

Author: Ronald O'Rourke
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The Navy has begun a program modernize to its 84 existing Aegis cruisers and destroyers (ACD) over a period of 20 years. The program¿s estimated total cost is about $16.6 billion. The Navy¿s proposed FY 2010 budget requests $674.8 million in funding for ACD ship modernization. The modernizations are intended to ensure that the ships can be operated cost-effectively throughout their 35-year service lives. Contents of this report: (1) Intro.; (2) Background: ACD; ACD Industrial Base; Construction, and Overhaul and Repair Shipyards; Combat System Manufacturers; Shipyards Performing the Work; (3) Issues for Congress: Cost Impact of BMD Addition; Shipyards For DDG-51 Modernizations; Service Life Extension to 40 Years. Illustrations.


Playing for Time

Author: Lodwick H. Alford
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The author's memoir of his service as an officer on board the destroyer U.S.S. Stewart (DD-224) of the Asiatic Fleet from before the war through its abandonment in a dry dock in Java in February 1942, also serving as a history of the ship's wartime service. The author also provides a history of the Asiatic Fleet during that time period when it was part of the naval forces that stopped the Japanese juggernaut on their southward expansion in the Pacific.


The Destroyer and the Lamb

Author: Matthias Reinhard Hoffmann
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Matthias Reinhard Hoffmann identifies an angelomorphic portrait of Christ in certain passages of Revelation and provides possible reasons for the inclusion of an angelomorphic Christology: Angelomorphic Christology is not regarded as an isolated christological concept. In turn, the author compares angelomorphic Christology with the prominent Lamb Christology of Revelation. A comparison of these concepts reveals that both Lamb and angelomorphic Christology serve the purpose of contrasting different functions of Christ. The functions correspond with the implied perception of Christ by his followers on the one hand and his opponents on the other. Accordingly, Christ appears to be an eschatological juridical figure (described in angelomorphic patterns) to his opposition, while he is perceived as salvific redeemer (in form of the Lamb) by those who believe in him. Such a christological perspective draws on traditions from the Exodus narrative, namely the features of the Passover Lamb and the Destroying Angel. Further, equality between God and Christ is established despite an angelomorphic portrait of Christ: especially those passages describing Christ as the Lamb put him on par with God. But also within visions with an angelomorphic description of Christ, his status as superior to angels and as an equal to God is displayed.


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