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United States Navy diagram of German torpedo types. The Type I (top) had a typical wet heater engine; The Type III was the first German electric torpedo; and the Type V (GNAT) was an acoustic homing torpedo.A rack of three German G7es Type V Zaunkönig acoustic torpedoes in storage, date and location unknown.
United States Navy diagram of German torpedo types. The Type I (top) had a typical wet heater engine; The Type III was the first German electric torpedo; and the Type V (GNAT) was an acoustic homing torpedo.A rack of three German G7es Type V Zaunkönig acoustic torpedoes in storage, date and location unknown.
Quarter deck of sloop HMS Hind, 1944, with depth charge launchers along both rails and a depth charge rack at the stern. Note also the acoustic torpedo countermeasure Foxer noisemaker float atop the rack.
Quarter deck of sloop HMS Hind, 1944, with depth charge launchers along both rails and a depth charge rack at the stern. Note also the acoustic torpedo countermeasure Foxer noisemaker float atop the rack.
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