Oliver Hazard Perry

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United States commodore who led the fleet that defeated the British on Lake Erie during the War of 1812

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Navy ship - the USS Oliver Hazard Perry (FFG-7) - using a computer, revolutionizing naval ship design.
Both sides noted the steady improvement in the efficiency of their cooperation, allowing for more rapid delivery of necessary items, including the P-3C aircraft and upcoming deliverances such as F-16 fighter aircraft, which are scheduled to arrive this June, as well as Cobra helicopter spares and an Oliver Hazard Perry Class Frigate.
Bradley is an Oliver Hazard Perry class frigate, homeported in Mayport, Fla.
The US Navy plans to conduct the technical evaluation of the Fire Scout onboard a USS Oliver Hazard Perry class frigate in early 2009 and operational evaluations in summer 2009.
Before this biography of Oliver Hazard Perry, the author of this study wrote a first-rate book about Perry's colleague, Thomas Macdonough.
Captain Oliver Hazard Perry, the new commander, accelerated the construction program at Presque Isle (now Erie, Pennsylvania) in a desperate production race with Barclay's force.
Drawing on Perry's correspondence with the Department of the Navy in the Oliver Hazard Perry archives at Bowling Green State University, Ohio, Skaggs (emeritus, history, Bowling Green) offers the first scholarly biography in many years of this War of 1812 naval hero.
Yours with great respect and esteem Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry
During the week before state standardized tests, students at Cleveland's Oliver Hazard Perry Elementary go on the attack.
Has five cars, including the Vista Dome, Birch Grove, Chapel Hill, Oliver Hazard Perry and North Star.
Perry, the son of a carpenter, Oliver Hazard Perry, had been raised in the Irish community in upstate New York, spending some time in a reformatory, where he developed a hatred of authority.
The Oliver Hazard Perry (FFG 7)-class guided missile frigates are among our favorites due to the vessel's low deck that is closer to the waterline.
He was a contemporary of better-known Isaac Hull, Oliver Hazard Perry, Matthew F.
The American officer Oliver Hazard Perry (1785-1819) had ships built to tackle the British fleet in the Battle of Lake Erie and won control of the Great Lakes.
Rebuilt several years ago by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (Harrisburg), the two-mast 278-ton brig is a replica of the last remaining warship from the Battle of Lake Erie, a victory for Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry.