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The modern European ideal of a torpedo boat is a craft 152 feet long, with a beam of 15¼ feet.
LAST WORDSSTEPHEN CRANE
He says he is having a fine time aboard the 'Paul Jones,' a torpedo boat destroyer, and he's learning a lot.
AN ANNAPOLIS FIRST CLASSMANLT.COM EDWARD L. BEACH
Torpedo defense netting is fitted, and there are three masts with military tops carrying Hotchkiss revolver machine guns.
And Theophrastus, in his book on Animals which live in Holes, says that the torpedo works its way underground because of the cold.
Twenty-seven of the imprisoned crew crept out through the torpedo tubes.
AIRCRAFT AND SUBMARINESWILLIS J. ABBOT.
A moment before the command to fire was given, a torpedo was launched by the submarine.
On reaching about the same position as to the Nettle, she repeated the experiment with her second torpedo.
For a second I realise that it is the track of a torpedo, and I stiffen myself to receive the explosion.
'GREEN BALLS'PAUL BEWSHER
Again and again he tried to rise, but every time he heard the screws of battleships and torpedo boats above him.
Meanwhile the Broke (Commander Evans) had launched a torpedo at the second boat, which hit her.
THE POST OF HONOURRICHARD WILSON

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