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Definition of Amidships
amidshipsMidships Mid"ships`, adv. [For amidships.] (Naut.)
In the middle of a ship; -- properly amidships.
Amidships A*mid"ships, adv. (Naut.)
In the middle of a ship, with regard to her length, and
sometimes also her breadth. --Totten.
Meaning of Amidships from wikipedia
- 3. Overhead or high above. alongside
By the side of a ship or pier. amidships
The middle section
of a vessel
to the athwartships
- (530 mm) torpedo tubes
were ****ed in two quintuple mounts
on the centerline amidships
the 21-inch Mark 15 torpedo. Anti-submarine armament
was two depth...
- such award
in U.S. history. Already damaged
by a torpedo
and on fire amidships
, Nevada attempted
to exit the harbor. She was targeted
by many ****anese...
Ar 196 reconnaissance floatplanes
in a double hangar amidships
and two single hangars abreast
the funnel, with a double-ended thwartship...
- with the torpedo tubes moving
, and the Bofors launcher moving
of the bow gun, thus reducing
- "saw the flash
of [Best's] bomb through
as it struck
[Hiryū] amidships forward
of the island." After
the battle, Best was awarded
the Navy Cross...
AG in Strausberg
the 1980s. The engine
is mounted amidships
and it features
an unusual folding propeller which
is stowed inside
- each with a 15-foot (4.6 m) rangefinder. One was on each side of the amidships control tower
and the third
was on the centreline abaft
the aft control...
- M. Sumner
the hull was lengthened
by 14 ft (4.3 m) at amidships
, which resulted
in more fuel storage space
belt was 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 m) deep, 14 inches
(360 mm) thick amidships
, with an armor
deck of 2 inches
(51 mm); barbettes, 14 inches
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