[[ Kostenlos Textbooks ]] Sciaroni, M: Carrier at Risk (Latin America@war, Band 14) Autor Mariano Sciaroni – Paydayloansnsi.co.uk

Sciaroni, M: Carrier at Risk (Latin America@war, Band 14) The naval warfare of the last few decades appears dominated by operations of fast missile craft and a wide diversity of other minor vessels in so called littoral warfare On the contrary, skills and knowledge about antisubmarine warfare on the high seas a discipline that dominated much of the World War II, and once used to be the reason for existence of large fleets of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation NATO and of the Warsaw Pact appear nearly extinct Indeed, it seems that no armed conflicts involving this form of naval warfare have been fought for a significant timeAs so often, the reality is entirely different Submarine and antisubmarine warfare remain one of most sophisticated forms of armed conflicts to this day Unsurprisingly, considering the amount of high technology equipment necessary for their conduct, they are shrouded behind a thick veil of secrecyThis is why the operations of the sole Argentinean aircraft carrier ARAde Mayo during the much publicized war in the South Atlantic ofremain largely unknown until this very day It is well known that the United Kingdom deployed the largest task force its Royal Navy had assembled since the Korean War over , kilometers away from home It is well known that the operations of this task force proved decisive for the outcome of the war it not only brought the air power that established itself in control of the air space over the battlefield, but also hauled all the troops and supplies necessary to recover the islands that were the core of the dispute However, the impression created very early during this conflict and largely maintained until today is that ARAde Mayo and other elements of the accompanying Task Forceof the Argentinean Navy were forced into a hurried withdrawal by the sheer presence of multiple nuclear attack submarines of the Royal NavyBased on years of research, including extensive investigation into naval operations of both sides of the conflict, A Carrier at Risk is a vibrant and lucid account of a week long cat and mouse game between antisubmarine warfare specialists on board ARAde Mayo, and multiple nuclear attack submarines of the Royal Navy an entirely unknown, yet crucial aspect of the South Atlantic WarIllustrated by overphotographs, maps, and color profiles, this volume closes one of the major gaps though also a crucially important affair in the coverage of this conflict

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15 thoughts on “Sciaroni, M: Carrier at Risk (Latin America@war, Band 14)

  1. Charles Vasey Charles Vasey says:

    One might be tempted to think the carrier in question was HMS Invincible, and indeed the first section deals with a possible air strike on the Royal Navy Task Force But the carrier is actually ARA 25 de Mayo Apart from the possibility of an air strike the book, written by Argentinian officers and well translated, deals with the anti submarine operations of the 25 de Mayo ca

  2. ElGato ElGato says:

    After reading this book it struck me as one of the best actually not much happened books in military history, in the same ilk as Roland White s excellent Phoenix Squadron It is a fascinating read that documents the early days of the segment of the Falklands conflict and the UK Task Force approach to the islands I say not much happened as the RN s submarines were unable to strike th

  3. Jonathan Powis Jonathan Powis says:

    This excellent account of the travails of the Argentine Aircraft Carrier 25 De Mayo during the early stages of the Falklands conflict gives an excellent insight into the problems facing a second division navy faced with the challenge of facing modern weapons and platforms As one of the targets of the ASW effort I found it engrossing well written and detailed The translation into English d

  4. Tony617 Tony617 says:

    Over the last 38 years I ve purchased many books related to the Falklands War This is the first since the 2010 Wings of the Malvinas that has actually added much to my knowledge Wings focused on the operations of the Argentinian Air Force FAA , this focuses on operations by the Argentinian Navy ARA The booklet is just 72 pages, and some of these are essentially only background and a primer on anti

  5. johno johno says:

    Overpriced for what is essentially a magazine.Nothing really new in it.

  6. Marianne Marianne says:

    Very well researched and as far as one can tell accurate Interesting maps not previously widely published showing details of naval movements

  7. Owen Owen says:

    Interesting from the other side but the fact is we never saw their warships again after Belgrade what a sorry state the Argentine Navy is now.

  8. David J Hulme David J Hulme says:

    An good reference book about Argentine Navy Armada

  9. WL WL says:

    Interesting book Great way to have a look at antisubmarine operation side of this conflict and naval crews mentality mindsets from Argentine side.

  10. Bligh Bligh says:

    Superb book, full of until now, unknown details Well worth the read.

  11. Peter Williams Peter Williams says:

    well written account.

  12. pompom pompom says:

    Sujet peu ou pas trait ,bien pr sent ,des photographies peu connues,des op rations d taill es des deux c t s What else

  13. G-Man G-Man says:

    Really hard to read I ve read a lot of military history and this tale just doesn t hang together The strategic issues are fascinating, but I wasn t able to finish reading this book as it s not well written.

  14. scott ferguson scott ferguson says:

    Only issue is books brevity but appears to be well written.Does cover a very specific action by ARA Carrier 25th de Mayo task force 79 in opening days of the Falklands War.As I own all the books about this war I had to add this one.

  15. OS Human.0 OS Human.0 says:

    Fills in the gap of the 25 de Mayo in the Falklands conflict.Almost bagged a RN sub

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