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At random: "I don't know why we have to be down here on this hold down exercise(at the 60th hour). Hell, I went through this on the Thresher (SS 200) during WW ll with a Nip Sea Going Tug hooked onto our screw guards, trying to lift our butts out of the water. They didn't get us then, and these Tin Cans (ours) ain't going to get us now." -- "Hambone" Hamilton SD1 (SS). "Hambone" made 13 war patrols on USS Remora, SS-487, uttered these words in July 1957 during a hold down exercise off Kobe Japan.
Voge speed spread diagram
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Urge
Posted 2009-06-24 8:10 AM (#27960)
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Subject: Voge speed spread diagram

I am looking for a picture and/or info about the Voge speed spread diagram, used on WW2 subs to aid in computing firing solutions. It was created by LCDR Voge while he was in command of USS SAILFISH in early 1942. The diagram was in graph format and was based upon 200% target length coverage with a divergent spread. Don't know more about it but would be interested in any info you might have.

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