Daniel Lloyd Little
Author Gallery
 
HomeUnheard, Unseen...Conflict in the NorthSubmarine Lost!Purchase PageAuthor GalleryPhoto GalleryDaniel's RecomendationsInformation LinksMuseum LinksDisclaimersContactAnd finally...

Daniel Little, USS Eisenhower CVN-69

Daniel relaxing in the captain's chair aboard  USS Dwight D.
Eisenhower, CV-69 while the nuclear powered aircraft carrier
was visiting Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1997. It just doesn't
get much better than this!



Daniel Little, Turtle  

The author exploring another famous submersible, the 'Turtle'
at the Connecticut River Museum in Essex, Connecticut. A
terrific 'hands on' display is a highlight of the museum. *



Daniel Little, USS Eisenhower CVN-69 

One of the small fire trucks used aboard USS Dwight D
Eisenhower, CVN-69, to fight any fire that might erupt during
aircraft operations. The deck of a carrier is said to
be the most dangerous working environment in the world.



Daniel Little, AIR-2 Genie Rocket
The author standing on an AIR-2 Genie nuclear air-to-air
rocket. This was just one of the nuclear weapons
available to the Canadian military during the Cold War.



Daniel Little, HMCS St Johns FFG 340
The bridge of HMCS St. John's FFH-340 is a fine reflection
of a modern fighting ship. The Halifax Class FFG is designed
for peak efficiency in all areas. *


Daniel Little, Juliet SSK, K-10 

The author and 'K-19' alongside in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The
modified Julliet class SSG filled in nicely for the original
Soviet SSN. One of the decommissioned Canadian Oberons
also had a cameo in the movie.



Daniel Little, HMCS Fraser Sonar
The author sitting at an active sonar console aboard
HMCS Fraser, DDH-233, in Bridgewater, NS. There was clearly
enough equipment aboard the ship to allow for a full
restoration which unfortunately did not happen. *



Daniel Little, Fordeck HMCS Fraser DDH-233 

Daniel Little aboard HMCS Fraser, DDH-233, before she was
towed back to Halifax, Nova Scotia. The once cutting edge
submarine killer was unfortunately in a very dilapidated
state and has recently been sent to Ontario for scrapping. *



Daniel Little, USS Nautilus, SSN 571
The author standing in front of USS Nautilus, SSN 571
at Groton Submarine Base, in New London, CT. *


Daniel in Lancaster MK-10
The author enjoying an unexpected tour of Lancaster
Mk-10 KB 882 which flew eleven missions with
428 Sqn in Europe during WW-II.