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  • *[[:Category:Aviation Ship (UK)|British Aviation Ships]] *[[Central Power Aviation]]
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  • ...uring the [[First World War]], emerging as one of the pioneers of war-time aviation, before becoming in retirement a politician. ...the {{UK-1Swiftsure}}, flagship on the Pacific station, but moved to the {{UK-1Warspite}} in June 1890. Sueter suffered a gunshot wound to his right foo
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  • ...A, p. 14.</ref> He entered the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] at Dartmouth on 15 July, 1877 and left on 24 July, 1879. A minute of 23 September, 1889 while Arbuthnot was at {{UK-Vernon|f=p}}, records:
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  • ....F.C., R.N. (8 July, 1883 &ndash; 5 February, 1931) was a pioneer of naval aviation in the [[Royal Navy]] and had an exremely active flying career during the [ ...he Somaliland operations of 1903–4, and as [[First Lieutenant]] in the {{UK-Philomel|f=t}} he took part in the suppression of gun-running in the [[Pers
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  • In 1910, ''Hermes'' was the best gunnery ship of the three tested at the [[Cape of Good Hope Station]], scoring 75.66 &nd ...t, 1913|end=31 October, 1914{{HepperLosses|p. 28}}|succBy=Vessel Lost|note=ship lost under his command}}
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  • |chain=Aviation Ships |nat=UK
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  • * Classic Ship Models: Number 1 The USS Wilkes-Barre, by Lawrence Sowinski * Technical Topics: Ship's Armament, by N J M Campbell
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  • |chain=Aviation Ships |nat=UK
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  • As a Lieutenant in April 1913, he was awarded an aviation certificate, having flown a Short biplane out of the [[Central Flying Schoo ...o Rear Admiral F. H. Mitchell. In March 1926, he assumed command of the {{UK-IronDuke|f=t}} on the transfer of flag. He was superseded on 30 September
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  • |chain=Aviation Ships |nat=UK
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