At the Battle of Jutland, HMS Black Prince was attached to the First Cruiser Squadron screening the battleships of the Grand Fleet.
What does CS stand for?
CS stands for Cruiser Squadron (US Navy)
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We have 301 other meanings of CS in our Acronym Attic
- Crew Station
- Crew Systems
- Crimson Skies (video game)
- Critical Section
- Critical Source (US DoD)
- Critical Systems
- Criticality Safety (nuclear)
- Critically Sensitive
- Cropping System (agriculture)
- Cross Section
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The 10th Cruiser Squadron consisted of merchant ships--designated as armed merchant cruisers, or AMCs--requisitioned and armed by the Admiralty, and crewed largely by reservists.
The "anti-invasion" battle fleet looked to be increasingly threatened in coastal waters by the torpedo, while the station cruiser and commerce protector abroad were similarly under threat from the sheer speed and reactivity of the modern armored cruiser squadrons then under development by France and Russia.
The first place skipper will be known as the 2004 Cicada International Women's Match Racing Champion and will be presented with the 4th Cruiser Squadron Bowl.
When war broke out in 1914, she was one of three White Star ships converted into auxiliary cruisers for the 10th Cruiser Squadron.
1 /PRNewswire/ -- Cicada, a global provider of financial data technology and managed services, announced that it will be the new title sponsor of one of the world's leading women's yachting events, the 2004 Cicada International Women's Match Racing Championship for the 4th Cruiser Squadron Bowl Trophy in Hamilton Bermuda.
When rumours spread that a German cruiser squadron was in the neighbourhood, jumpiness escalated to near panic.
When rumours spread that a German cruiser squadron was in the neighbourhood, jumpiness became nearpanic.