Corpus ID: 107322389

The History of the Naval Torpedo Tracking Ranges at Keyport

@inproceedings{Gunderson1998TheHO,
  title={The History of the Naval Torpedo Tracking Ranges at Keyport},
  author={Chuck Gunderson},
  year={1998}
}
Abstract : This report chronicles the history and technology of the U.S. Navy's undersea tracking range developments, particularly the facilities at Keyport, Washington and at other sites in the Pacific Northwest. These developments, ongoing since the early 1900's, were driven by significant challenges in the testing & evaluation of torpedoes and ever more complex undersea weapons, as well as by notorious weapon failures during their use by the fleet. Nearly a century of invention and evolution… Expand

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