R-17 SS-94 - History


(Submarine No. 94: dp. 569 (surf.), 680 (subm.), 1. 186'2"; b. 18'; dr. 14'6"; s. 13.5 k. (surf.), 10.5 k. (subm.); cpl. 29;

a. 1 3", 421"tt.;cl R-1)

R-17 (Submarine No. 94) was laid down by the Union Iron Works, San Francisco, Calif., 5 May 1917, Launched 24 December 1917, sponsored by Miss Bertha F. Dew, and commissioned 17 August 1918, Lt. Comdr. William R. Munroe in command

Commissioned toward the end of World War I R-17 operated briefly off the California coast, then patrolled off the Panama Canal Zone, returning to California m December 1918. In March 1919, she arrived at San Francisco for overhaul, after which she moved weet to Pearl Harbor. Departing the west coast 17 June, she arrived in Hawaii on the 25th and for the next 1 1/2 years operated with fleet units and tested equipment being developed for submarines.

The submarine, designated SS-94 in July 1920, departed Pearl Harbor 12 December 1930, called at San Diego, thence continued on to the east ecast for inactivation. Arriving at Philadelphia 9 February 1931, she was decommissioned 15 May and berthed at League Island until after the outbreak of World War II in Europe.

Recommissioned at New London, 25 March 1941, R-17 headed south on 14 MaY, patrolled in the Virgin Islands during June; off the Canai Zone in July, August, and September; then, in October, returned to New London. For the next 4 months she conducted training exercises. On 9 March 1942, she was decommissioned and transferred to the United Kingdom under the Lend-Lease Agreement. Commissioned in the Royal Navy as P. 612, she was employed at Bermuda as a training ship for the Royal Canadian Navy until 6 September 1944 when she was returned to the U.S. Navy at Philadelphia. Retained for use as a target ship until after the end of the war in Europe, R-17 was struck from the Navy list 22 June 1945. She was sold, 16 November 1945, to the North Ameriean Smelting Co., Philadelphia, for scrapping.

Murray, Stuart Shadrick, Adm., USN (Ret.)

An early submariner, Murray was involved in the construction of the submarine base at Pearl Harbor in the early 1920s. He commanded the submarines USS R-17 (SS-94), L-8 (SS-48), R-13 (SS-90), and S-9 (SS-114). In the 1920s he served in the battleships USS Arkansas (BB-33) and New York (BB-34) and was an instructor at the Naval Academy. In the 1930s he commanded the submarine USS S-44 (SS-155), served at the Portsmouth Navy Yard, commanded the submarine USS Porpoise (SS-172), was damage control officer in the heavy cruiser USS Portland (CA-33), and was a submarine detailer in the Bureau of Navigation.

When the Japanese attacked in 1941, Murray was commander of Submarine Division 15 at Manila, participating in the defense of the Philippines and Netherlands East Indies. His next assignment was chief of staff and aide to Commander Submarine Force, Southwest Pacific. In 1943 he became chief of staff to Charles Lockwood, Commander Submarine Force Pacific Fleet. In 1944-45 Murray was Commandant of Midshipmen at the Naval Academy. In the spring of 1945 he took command of the battleship USS Missouri (BB-63), flagship of Admiral William F. "Bull" Halsey Jr., Commander Third Fleet.

In Murray's oral history, after relating the ship's wartime activities, including bombardments against Honshu, Hokkaido, and Okinawa, he then provides a marvelously detailed description of the events leading up to and during the Japanese surrender ceremony on board the Missouri on 2 September 1945. In November 1945, as a newly selected rear admiral, he was ordered to Commander Seventh Fleet for duty with the survey for forming the U.S. Advisory Group to China. Subsequent flag billets included the following: 1948-49, Pearl Harbor Naval Base in 1949-50, Commander Amphibious Training Command Atlantic Fleet 1950-52, Commander Submarine Force Atlantic Fleet 1952-54, Commandant of the 14th Naval District in Hawaii and 1954-56 as Naval Inspector General. He retired from active duty in 1956 and later worked as a consultant for the Rand Corporation.

Transcripts of this oral history are available in many formats including bound volumes, and digital copies.

Service history [ edit | edit source ]

1919� [ edit | edit source ]

Commissioned toward the end of World War I, R-17 operated briefly off the California coast, then patrolled off the Panama Canal Zone, returning to California in December 1918. In March 1919, she arrived at San Francisco, California, for overhaul, after which she moved west to Pearl Harbor. Departing the West Coast 17 June, she arrived in Hawaii on 25 June and for the next 11½ years operated with fleet units and tested equipment being developed for submarines.

The submarine, given hull classification symbol SS-94 in July 1920, departed Pearl Harbor 12 December 1930, called at San Diego, California, thence continued on to the East Coast for inactivation. Arriving at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on 9 February 1931, she was decommissioned 15 May and berthed at League Island until after the outbreak of World War II in Europe.

1941� [ edit | edit source ]

Recommissioned at New London, 25 March 1941, R-17 headed south on 14 May, patrolled in the Virgin Islands during June off the Canal Zone in July, August, and September then, in October, returned to New London. For the next four months she conducted training exercises.

یواس‌اس آر-۱۷ (اس‌اس-۹۴)

یواس‌اس آر-۱۷ (اس‌اس-۹۴) (به انگلیسی: USS R-17 (SS-94) ) یک زیردریایی بود که طول آن ۱۸۶ فوت ۲ اینچ (۵۶٫۷۴ متر) بود. این زیردریایی در سال ۱۹۱۷ ساخته شد.

یواس‌اس آر-۱۷ (اس‌اس-۹۴)
سفارش ساخت: ۲۹ اوت ۱۹۱۶
آب‌اندازی: ۵ مه ۱۹۱۷
آغاز کار: ۲۴ دسامبر ۱۹۱۷
اعزام: ۱۷ اوت ۱۹۱۸
مشخصات اصلی
وزن: ۵۶۹ long ton (۵۷۸ تن)
درازا: ۱۸۶ فوت ۲ اینچ (۵۶٫۷۴ متر)
پهنا: ۱۸ فوت (۵٫۵ متر)
آبخور: ۱۴ فوت ۶ اینچ (۴٫۴۲ متر)
سرعت: ۱۳٫۵ گره (۲۵٫۰ کیلومتر بر ساعت؛ ۱۵٫۵ مایل بر ساعت)

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.17 HMR

The .17 HMR was a caliber that captured the imagination of a whole sector of the shooting community when it was first introduced by Hornady. This diminutive rimfire provides economical shooting but with a performance level that belies its cost and size. It seemed only natural that this should be the rimfire caliber for the Alexander Arms® series of rifles when we looked yet again to extend the versatility of the AR-15 platform. Working from a blow-back mechanism, but eschewing the layout more traditionally seen in the 22RF conversions, we started with a blank design slate and evolved a simple but elegant design solution. From an oversized extractor, fully-chromed interior parts, and even a monolithic magazine block, the .17 HMR is a semi-automatic that is designed from the ground up to handle the performance of the HMR cartridge.

Built with a simple, fluted 18" barrel threaded 1/2-28tpi and with a number of options available for handguards and alternative fluting, the gun is elegant in the field and adapts well to casual target shooting or light varmint work. The basic unit sports an A1 flash hider, but the effective Comp-X from Black Weapons Armory is a well-suited option. Typically furnished as an upper receiver kit, it includes all the ancillary items needed to convert the lower for the caliber. Alternatively, it can be purchased as a complete rifle with a telescoping stock.

Accurate and capable to 200 yards and even beyond, this conversion far exceeds the capability of the 22LR. Typical muzzle velocities run at 2600 fps and the semi-automatic action is quick and smooth for rapid follow up shots. Feed is from molded, plastic, 10-round magazines, which are economically-priced and readily available.

The standard .17 HMR conversion kit or full rifles in .17 HMR caliber are designed to operate with the standard, semi-automatic, military-style trigger group. Substitution of target-type fire control groups with lightened hammers and/or hammer springs will unbalance the bolt speed and will cause significant function problems.

In order to accommodate certain target style triggers, Alexander Arms® has created a heavier buffer assembly to rebalance the weapon's mechanism. To read more about the use of target-type or lightweight fire control groups in our .17 HMR, please click here.

Regardless of this modification, certain lightweight fire control groups will not reliably ignite the .17 HMR cartridges.


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Miller, Diane E. "Wyandot, Shawnee, and African American Resistance to Slavery in Ohio and Kansas." Dissertation, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 2019.


A DISSERTATION Presented to the Faculty of The Graduate College at the University of Nebraska In Partial Fulfillment of Requirements For the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Major: History, Under the Supervision of Professor William G. Thomas III. Lincoln, Nebraska: August, 2019

Copyright 2019 Diane Miller


From the colonial period, enslaved Africans escaped bondage. Colonial records and treaties reveal that they often sought refuge with Indian tribes. This resistance to slavery through escape and flight constituted the Underground Railroad. As European colonies developed into the United States, alliances of subaltern groups posed a threat. Colonizers and settlers aimed to divide and control these groups and arrived at the intertwined public policies of African chattel slavery and Indian removal. Tribal abolitionism and participation in the Underground Railroad was more pronounced than scholars have recognized and constituted an important challenge to the expansion of slavery.

Encounters between fugitive slaves and Indians occurred along the frontier of territory settled by whites. In the Northwest Territory, freedom seekers crossing the Ohio River from Kentucky met tribes such as the Wyandot and Shawnee. Sometimes they joined the tribes, and sometimes they passed through on their way to Canada. Historical accounts document Africans living amongst both the Wyandot and the Shawnee and help provided by tribes to escaping bondsmen. The Northwest Territory did not remain the frontier for long. By 1826, the Shawnee removed from Ohio to Kansas. The Wyandot held on longer and were the last tribe to remove in 1843. In Kansas, the tribes were again on the frontier. A familiar pattern developed of fugitives seeking refuge in Indian territory in Kansas.

Missionaries and Indian agents assigned to tribes in Kansas facilitated pro-slavery incursions. Methodist Episcopal missionary to the Shawnees, Thomas Johnson, for example, used enslaved labor at the school he established for tribes in the region. Some tribal leaders adopted the practice, but most members resisted. This internal struggle became a major front in the national debate between abolitionists and pro-slavery advocates on whether the federal government could limit slavery in new territories. The Wyandots intensified their opposition to slavery through the period of Bleeding Kansas, joining forces with Free State proponents. Through their activism, the tribes helped exclude slavery from Kansas.

This tag is defined as artworks that are above the R-17 rating, but only one level below R-18.

Also considered to be "barely safe", using this tag will mean browsing these artworks is not safe for viewers below 18 years of age, even if it's not entirely naked and doesn't clearly show any sensitive parts.

When tags like these are attached, people may question the credibility of the artwork. Some may even find it offensive so one should be careful whenever necessary.

Regardless, using R-18 is still recommended even if you think the submission is still on the safe zone. Because not everyone thinks the same as you do, so a proper classification is highly recommended.

While there are vague illustrations on what considered barely safe, there are also illustrations that actually show sex organs, and some illustrations doesn't show them too.

By the way, using R-17.9 on your own submission works the same way as using R-17.99 or 17.999. Still, it is better to label it R-18 instead of being vague.

Though it is still entirely your decision to decide what is consider safe, or not.

R17 Release History

These release notes contain new features and bug fixes. Not all enhancements will be compatible with your implementation of WAERlinx and many of these enhancements have an implementation and support cost to implement.


The total packages column in manage courier bookings is now a hyperlink that allows you to open a new screen showing details of the weights

Support has been added to allow a document to get generated within the packing screen. This has been implemented whereby once a carton is packed a document is inserted into the box.

A new feature alls new products to be automatically received into an INSPECTION state. To support this feature the STATE of the stock is visible within the Receiving screen

A new feature forces a user to complete a stock count of the remaining items that are picking each time they pick from the location.

Now you can configure any automated report to not email if it is blank. Useful for Recon Report.

Integration of single sign on with Azure

Combining of Putaway and Inventory Moves into a Next Task screen

The completion and issue of components can now be setup so they are independent so you can run the completion before issuance. Required new interface Work Order Issue Sync Inbound

Support added within Manufacturing that allows stock to be comsumed automatically from locations other than manufacturing. If no stock is available it can also write on stock ensuring the work order can be successfully built in NetSuite (Only available for WIP and Routing where Building is happening in Netsuite)

This has been made visible for one customer so the packers can alter the shipping method based on the post code

Prediction: A US civil war in 2020

Based off of past history and patterns, I'm making an educated prediction that the US will have a civil war in 2020.

History background - Civil Wars are, 90% of the time, started when some group used to having economic power, influence, or freedom, suddenly has it taken away. If its' poor people, you get things like the french revolution. If it's the rich (southern land owners who lost government influence for the first time in US history), you get stuff like the first US Civil War. Nearly every civil war can be tied to either this an outside governments inciting it (although the latter usually using a lot of people feeling disenfranchised.)

Why in 2020?
Not for the reasons you may think. Some may expect me to say something liberal or conservative biased blaming Trump or gun control. Nothing could be further from the truth. Americans are used to the back-and-forth between conservatives and liberals. No, this has to do with a lot of very rich, very corrupt, and very influential people losing a lot of power very quickly.

I'm talking about. the meat industry vs lab-grown meat.
Who likes it:
- Capitalists: Free market baby. A prime example of the march of progress.
- Big Restaurants (McDonalds, KFC, etc.) The meat's cheaper. It's healthier. It doesn't have to be transported nearly as far.
- Moral vegetarians - Meat without killiing, horray!
- Wall Street - Any entire new industry, the chances for capitalist gain are insane.
- Green-living people - The beef industry is one of the biggest polluters, this can literally save the world.

Who hates it:
- Naturalists: It's much less 'natural' than 'normal' meat. (Environmental people in arms against naturalists? What madness is this. )
- Cattle industry and such - For VERY obvious reasons. (Wait, Big restaurants NOT teaming up with big beef? This is a first.)
- Organic food - (Yea, lab grown meat totally isn't going to qualify. but it's definately healthier. uh oh)
- Rural America - Yea, all those meat farms? Say goodbye to your local income. Also, most of our grains feed those farms. So say goodbye to those farms too.
- Big Pharma - Cattle farms are one of the biggest consumers of antibiotics.

So on the one side, you have save-the-earthhippies holding hands with capitalists, and on the other you have Big Pharma, Rural America, and "Get back to nature, man" people. And McDonalds facing off against Big Beef. This is NOT a way the U.S. is used to being divided, and once the cow sh*t hits the fan, there's no telling the way the cow chips will fall.

And either way, some MAJOR companies are going to lose out BIG not something measly like millions, we're talking trillions. Major businesses will sprout and collapse overnight. And these aren't the kind of investments you can move quickly. Whichever ways the laws come down, even on something as simple as of whether a chicken wing grown in a lab can be called chicken (hint, it is), a lot of very rich people will lose a lot of money.

And people aren't going to place blame where it's due. The media can't say, "Oh, our entire country is now in turmoil because McD's wanted to shave five cents off the big mac and increase the profit from it by ten cents". There will be a million bandwagons pointing two millions fingers in just as many directions.

Cities will stop pouring money into rural areas for food (lab grown meat uses a lab, not a gigantic farm afterall, and it's easy to stick in a skyscraper. Then you have no transportation costs, LOTS of savings.) Rural areas are going to go broke overnight. Cities are going to be less dependent. This means jobs are going to drain from already strapped rural areas and pour into cities like never before. This means some very broken aspects of US society that have been put off being fixed will be revealed as major issues very quickly. It's going to be used as an excuse to rile people up. And the losing corporations (whichever side), desperate at their tanking stocks, will try mafia tactics at first (not the first time), but the momentum will be too strong, and they'll get even more desperate, and aim for inciting civil war to move the laws to whatever is favorable for them (it's done all the time in central and south America, and the US will be a powerkeg prepped like they were.)

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