The Pegasus-class hydrofoils were a series of fast attack patrol boats employed by the U.S. Navy.- Pegasus-class hydrofoil
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Lifting surface, or foil, that operates in water.
The US Navy implemented a small number of combat hydrofoils, such as the Pegasus class, from 1977 through 1993.
Naval air station and military airport located on Boca Chica Key, four miles east of the central business district of Key West, Florida, United States.
During the 1980s and into the mid-1990s, NAS Key West's Trumbo Point Annex and Truman Annex waterfront pier areas served as the home port for the Pegasus-class hydrofoils of Patrol Hydrofoil Missile Squadron TWO (PHMRON TWO).
Division (business unit) of The Boeing Company based in Arlington, Virginia.
Pegasus-class hydrofoil – patrol craft (6 built by Boeing Marine)
Named after Tucumcari, New Mexico, it was the basis for the technology used in the subsequent Pegasus-class patrol boats and the Jetfoil ferries.
USS Pegasus (PHM-1) was the lead ship of her class of hydrofoils operated by the United States Navy.
USS Taurus (PHM-3) was the third ship of her class of hydrofoils operated by the United States Navy.
The second USS Aquila (PHM-4) was the fourth ship of her class of hydrofoils operated by the United States Navy.
USS Aries (PHM-5) was the fifth ship of her class of hydrofoils operated by the United States Navy.
United States Navy hydrofoil patrol vessel operated from 1982 to 1993.
Pegasus class vessels were designed for high speed and mobility and carried a powerful armament for their size.
USS Gemini (PHM-6) was the final ship of her class of hydrofoils operated by the U.S. Navy.