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Tragedy at Honda

Lockwood, Charles A.

Tragedy at Honda

by Lockwood, Charles A.

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Published by Valley Publishers in Fresno, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Navy. -- Destroyer Squadron 11,
  • Shipwrecks -- California

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementCharles A. Lockwood, Hans Christian Adamson ; with a foreword by C. W. Nimitz.
    ContributionsAdamson, Hans Christian.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 243 p., [8] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages243
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22911189M
    ISBN 100913548200

    Bookseller Antic Hay Books (US) Bookseller Inventory # Title TRAGEDY AT HONDA Author LOCKWOOD, Charles A Book condition Used Quantity available 1 Binding. The Honda Point disaster was the largest peacetime loss of U.S. Navy ships. On the evening of September 8, , seven destroyers, while traveling at 20 knots, ran aground at Honda Point, a few miles from the northern side of the Santa Barbara Channel off Point Arguello on the coast in Santa Barbara County, California. Two other ships grounded, but were able to maneuver free off the rocks. Coordinates: 34°36′11″N °38′43″W / °N .

    Honda Point Disaster: Where 7 Destroyers and 23 Sailors Were Lost In The Largest Peacetime Loss Of U.S. Navy Ships Point Pedernales in Santa Barbara, California is also called Honda Point, but the Spanish who discovered it in the 16 th century named it the Devil’s Jaw because of .   Let me give you a great example of a man who understood the power of a real decision, someone who, once he decided, would not give up. His name is Soichiro Honda: founder of the Honda Corporation, the make of Honda cars and motorcycles. Mr. Honda never allowed tragedy, problems, challenges, or the twists and turns of circumstances to get in his.

    Point Honda: A Naval Tragedy's Chain of Errors By Noah Andre Trudeau. A lean budget and distrust of new technology combined to help precipitate a naval tragedy at Honda Point, California. On an early fall night in , the U.S. Navy lost more warships in ten minutes than it did to enemy action in World War I. Lockwood and Adamson, Tragedy at Honda. Three shipmates died in the loss of Delphy ; twenty in Young, which rolled to starboard before she could be abandoned. Others came ashore that night or the following day, when they were treated by doctors from nearby Lompoc and taken out by the Southern Pacific Railroad, whose tracks ran along the coast.


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Tragedy at Honda is a thrilling account of the tragic shipwreck of Desron 11 (Destroyer Squadron 11) that was all due to a lack of sufficient technology and the cruel intentions of an infamous rocky stretch of seaside cliffs, Honda, famous for tearing up the hulls of unaware ships.4/5.

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Known to seafarers as the Devil's Jaw, Point Honda has lured ships to its dangerous rocks on California's coast for centuries, but its worst disaster occurred on 8 September That night nine U.S.

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