The mother-ship of the submarines was a combination of flagship, supply-station, repair-shop, and hotel.
He turned his head, looking over his shoulder at the mother-ship.
It begins to look as though we'd have to stick around until every one of those torpedoes gets somewhere near its mother-ship.
Oh, that's the mother-ship's dynamos charging the batteries of Branch's boat.
You are far from home without a mother-ship, or she would have found you and furnished oil before this.
The mother-ship had to steer a true course, regardless of the vagaries of its rockets.
The deep voice of Robert Knapp, captain of the mother-ship Falcon, came ringing in.
The radars plotted their position with relation to each other and the mother-ship.
So the guns were taken off the cruiser and it was turned into a mother-ship for airplanes.
Presently an officer of the mother-ship, passing through, called to the lingering group of submarine officers.
a larger spacecraft or watercraft which carries, controls, or launches smaller craft