He discusses treaties such as the Washington Conference and Geneva Conference in 1927; the Kent and London classes and modernization; smaller cruisers; the HMS Exeter; the 1930 London Treaty and its cruisers and alternatives; the 1936 treaty, rearmament, and the Fiji class; and World War II designs and changes, including to radar and increased close-range anti-aircraft weapons, and the introduction of degaussing coils for magnetic mines.
What does D stand for?
D stands for Degaussing
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The degaussing device must have a high enough coercivity rating (magnetic power) to overcome the drive's magnetic field and completely erase its stored information.
In addition, degaussing is time-consuming and is a costly operation.
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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The US Navy's USS Higgins (DDG 76) recently conducted initial tests of its High-Temperature Superconductor (HTS) degaussing system.
Like himself, my father was a discharged regular soldier doing whatever work he could get, which during the war included the back-breaking labour of fitting degaussing cables around ships to repel magnetic mines.
You can also use disk sanitizing or degaussing (demagnetization) programs.