Traces the development of fast patrol and attack craft by the U.S. Navy, examines the influence of foreign designs, and provides technical information on each vesselThe latter were placed in storage at San Diego. ... Atlantic Research, which had developed the MSSC, proposed the Seablazer, an LSSC replacement, about 1970. ... propeller-driven, by two 325-bhp Mercruiser gasoline engines (30 knots) drawing 3 feet 4 inches with its stern drive down and 2 feet 5 inches with it raised.
|Title||:||U.S. small combatants, including PT-boats, subchasers, and the brown-water navy|
|Publisher||:||Naval Inst Pr - 1987-12|