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The world’s first iron warship had been deployed by Britain to great effect.
Even before the report, urgent new orders went out in early September for Navy warships.
On a separate occasion, the ROV dove to a position provided by an Argentine warship.
The suspect, Mustafa al-Imam, was taken to an American warship for questioning and is expected to brought to the United States this week to face charges.
Early assessments of the two incidents have blamed crew training and growing demands on the Navy's fleet of warships.
While some of those soldiers could almost see home across the English Channel, the shallow waters prevented their rescue by warships.
In 1844, Tyler, the tenth president of the United States, was part of a large group of dignitaries who came aboard the new, state-of-the art warship U.S.S. Princeton for a cruise on the Potomac River.
That’s creating new opportunities for some of the old warships of the technology world, companies like IBM and Microsoft Corp. that are making the transition to cloud services.
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