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Capital Ship

  1. A capital ship is generally a leading or a primary ship in a fleet.
  2. Capital Ship - A term used throughout WW II to define the most significant warships in a fleet.


  1. The carrier is the center around which the other ships in the battlegroup evolve.
  2. The carrier is to be constructed by a state-run shipyard in Kochi, a south Indian port.
  3. The carrier is to be constructed by a state-run shipyard in southern India.
  4. The carrier was also visted by Chief of Naval Operations Adm.
  5. The carrier was heading home from her 14th deployment in the Mediterranean Sea.

Wyoming Class Battleship

  1. The Wyoming class battleship was a series of two battleships of the United States Navy which served during World War I and World War II.

Command Ship

  1. A command ship is a warship of vast size and power, intended to be an unassailable command platform and mothership.

Knox Class Frigate

  1. A Knox class frigate is a good size smaller than a Belmont class technical research ship.

Carrier Air Group

  1. Four days later, she departed for shakedown out of San Diego with Carrier Air Group 14 embarked.
  2. For that flight, Carrier Air Group 9, then champion, was aboard.
  3. With Carrier Air Group 9 embarked, she got underway once more for the Far East on 15 December 1952.

Caldwell Class Destroyer

  1. USS Stockton, a 1125-ton Caldwell class destroyer, was built at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  2. USS Craven, a 1020-ton Caldwell class destroyer, was built at the Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia.

Lead Ship

  1. The lead ship is a Independence class CVL followed by a Essex Class CV with some US Battleships behind it.
  2. The lead ship is a Shadow class vessel, loaded with treaty banned weapons such as the pyschonic blaster.
  3. The lead ship was Orion, launched in 1910.
  4. The lead ship was USS Buckley (DE-51) which was launched on 9 January 1943.
  5. The lead ship was commissioned in 1965.

Visby Class Corvette

  1. The VISBY Class corvette is a particularly flexible ship, which can be easily and rapidly adapted to meet a very wide range of mission requirements.
  2. The Visby Class corvette is the first vessel in the world to have fully developed stealth technology, combined with high operational versatility.
  3. The Visby Class corvette is the first vessel to have fully developed stealth technology, combined with high operational versatility.

Submarine Chaser

  1. A submarine chaser is a small and fast naval vessel specially intended for anti-submarine warfare.

Stealth Ship

  1. Fig. 5 Risk of a minefield to a stealth ship.
  2. FIG. 3 illustrates a new stealth ship for which the antennas are integrated into the ship's superstructure.
  3. The Sea Shadow, which utilizes both tumblehome and SWATH features, was an early U.S. exploration of stealth ship technology.

Mine Countermeasure Vessel

  1. A vessel that combines both of these roles is known as an MCMV, (also for mine countermeasure vessel).
  2. A Mine Countermeasure Vessel or MCMV is a type of naval ship tasked with the location of and destruction of naval mines.
  3. The low magnetic signature lent itself to use in mine countermeasure vessel s and the Deltic was selected to power the Ton-class minesweeper.

High-Speed Minesweeper

  1. During those vital but unglamorous duties, she had been reclassified from a high-speed minesweeper to a miscellaneous auxiliary, AG-109, on 5 June 1945.
  2. The high-speed minesweeper again sailed westward on 23 September, departing Mare Island, bound for Pearl Harbor.
  3. However, the high-speed minesweeper grounded aft almost immediately, damaging her propellers.

Hospital Ship

  1. A hospital ship is a ship used for treatment mostly by the military or naval forces across the globe.
  2. The hospital ship is a converted San Clemente -class super tanker.


  1. A brig is a vessel with two masts both rigged square.
  2. Brig - A compartment that serves as a jail aboard the ship.
  3. Brig - A jail or jail cell on a ship or naval shore base.
  4. Brig: A Brig is a two-masted vessel, square-rigged -- i.e.
  5. The Brig was built in the early 1940s and served as a naval prison.


  1. The Sloops were used exclusively for Mine sweeping until 1917 when they were re assigned for Convoy duties as well.
  2. The sloops were given preference and the 74's were never built.


  1. A barquentine is a three mast sailing ship.
  2. Barquentine is a sailing vessel with two for and aft rigged masts (usually gaff rigged) at the stern with the forward mast(s) square rigged.
  3. The barquentine is a training vessel for naval students and promotes the reputation of the company worldwide.

Bow Wave

  1. A bow wave is the wave that forms at the bow of a boat when it moves through the water.

Admiral of The Navy

  1. Admiral of the Navy is a senior-most rank of a naval service, with its origins in the Middle Ages.
  2. Admiral of the Navy was held by exactly one person, long since dead.
  3. Admiral of the Navy was only ever held by one U.S. officer, George Dewey.


  1. Aft - A position to the rear or the rear extremity of a given object.
  2. Aft - The rear portion of the ship.
  3. Aft is the wheelhouse equipped withtwo helmsman's chairs and port and starboard bridge wing control stations.

Amphibious Cargo Ship

  1. An LKA, or Amphibious Cargo Ship, is designed to transport and land combat equipment, material, and personnel in amphibious assualts.
  2. In 1969, the Navy redesignated all remaining AKAs as LKA, and renamed the type as amphibious cargo ship.

Andrew Barton

  1. Andrew Barton was the eldest son of John Barton of Leith and was born about 1466 and was of Leith, County Edinburgh, Scotland.
  2. Andrew Barton was the only son of William Barton.

Anechoic Tiles

  1. Anechoic tiles are fitted on casings and fins.


  1. An answer was sent to him, asking him to try to hold his present place, and more troops started for Cuba.
  2. Answer was Explorer, and it took 16 hours to give it a command and receive confirmation that it had been executed.

Arsenal Ship

  1. An arsenal ship is a concept for a floating missile platform, intended to have as many as five hundred vertical launch bays.
  2. An arsenal ship is a ship which was proposed by the US Navy in 1996.
  3. The Arsenal Ship is a formidable threat, yet is vulnerable relative to other high value.
  4. The arsenal ship is a concept worth exploring on its own merits and shouldn't be used to justify other budget decisions, Murphy says.
  5. The arsenal ship is one component of that vision.

Articles of War

  1. And by Article 15 of the Articles of War Congress has made provision for their trial and punishment by military commission, according to 'the law of war'.
  2. On Sandwich's watch, the Admiralty pushed through a thorough revision of the Articles of War, the basis of naval discipline.

Asiatic Squadron

  1. The Asiatic Squadron was the fleet of United States Navy warships and supporting elements stationed in the Pacific Ocean in the 19th century.


  1. The ASUW pays the salary of the coach, but all our equipment has been given us.
  2. Taken as a whole, these developments point to an increasingly advanced Iranian ASUW capability.
  3. By February, the matter was left in the hands of the ASUW and the women must have been very frustrated and close to losing all hope.

Austro-Hungarian Navy

  1. Anton Haus, commander of the Austro-Hungarian navy for part of World War I, was given the title of Grand Admiral ( Gro--admiral) in 1916.
  2. The first of these led to the biggest battle of the Austro-Hungarian navy ever.
  3. Monarchy in 1867 until the end of World War I in 1918.The Austro-Hungarian Navy was the naval force of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.


  1. An aviso is a French kind of dispatch boat.
  2. An aviso is a kind of French dispatch boat.


  1. A bathysphere is a pressurized metal sphere that allows people to go deep in the ocean, to depths at which diving unaided is impossible.
  2. A bathysphere is a spherical deep-sea diving submersible which is lowered into bodies of water with a cable.
  3. A bathysphere is a spherical deep-sea submersible which is unpowered and is lowered into the ocean on a cable.
  4. The bathysphere was invented by William Beebe and Otis Barton (around 1930).

Battle of Heligoland

  1. Based on this fact, the battle of Heligoland was beyond a doubt, a tactical Danish victory.
  2. Commander of the North Sea squadron, captain Edouard Suenson, here seen on-board the NIELS JUEL during the battle of Heligoland.
  3. The first naval engagement of the war, the Battle of Heligoland Bight was fought nearby in the first month of the war.

Beat To Quarters

  1. Beat To Quarters was the first one Forester wrote, even though it chronicles the middle the main character's life.
  2. Beat to Quarters is a classic.
  3. Beat to Quarters is a good starting point.
  4. Beat to Quarters is a wonderfully written novel.
  5. Beat to Quarters is an engaging high seas classic that follows the exploits of Captain Horatio Hornblower off the Pacific coast of Central America.

Black Gang

  1. Black Gang: The engineering crew aboard ship.
  2. The black gang is the part of a ship 's crew that works in the engine room.


  1. A blockship is a ship deliberately sunk to prevent a river, channel, or canal from being used.
  2. A blockship was sunk at the river mouth to prevent her escape.

Blue Water Navy

  1. A Blue water navy is a naval force which has deep ocean power projection capabilities; such a navy can operate effectively beyond their national shores.
  2. A blue water navy is a naval force which has deep ocean power projection.

Board of Navy Commissioners

  1. In some of the series described below, there are letters predating the establishment of the Board of Navy Commissioners.
  2. Captain Jones assumed command of the Mediterranean Squ adron in 1821, and in 1824 he was appointed to the Board of Navy Commissioners.

Boston Navy Yard

  1. Boston Navy Yard turned to modernizing older vessels.
  2. Boston Navy Yard reconditioned many of the ships and repaired British ships damaged by the Germans.
  3. Detached from the "hunter-killer" group soon thereafter Whipple underwent voyage repairs at the Boston Navy Yard.

Brazilian Navy

  1. The Brazilian Navy after its independence form Portugal was small.
  2. Kuwaiti AF1 and AF1A Skyhawks were officially added to the Brazilian Navy's inventory.
  3. A number of Brazilian Navy officers profess to believe the story implicitly but whether they have more information than we is unknown.


  1. A Broadside is an old fighting ship manoeuvre.
  2. A broadside is a limited edition print with literary content.
  3. A broadside is a volley of cannon fire, particularly in naval battles between large ships in the days of sail.
  4. A broadside is the side of a ship; the battery of cannon on one side of a warship; or their simultaneous (or near simultaneous) fire in naval warfare.
  5. Broadside is a good resource for learning about the Royal Navy.

Bureau of Ordnance

  1. BuOrd - (Bureau of Ordnance) Navy Department responsible for weapons and ordnance.
  2. The Bureau of Ordnance Manual is broad in scope.
  3. Compiled at the National Observatory from materials in the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography.

Charleston Navy Yard

  1. Charleston Navy Yard was a U.S. Navy ship building and repair facility located along the west bank of the Cooper River, in North Charleston, South Carolina.

Chief Mate

  1. On successful completion of above, the candidate will be issued with Chief Mate (FG) certificate of competency (COC) with suffix -E-.
  2. On successful completion of said course a candidate is required to complete all modular courses as applicable for Chief Mate certification.
  3. Cargo Officer The Chief Mate is generally responsible for the stability of the ship.

Clearance Diver

  1. Norway's naval work divers and Clearance Diver force is called Minedykkerkommandoen = "the mine diver command".
  2. As a naval clearance diver Jamie was posted to various ships and operational diving teams.
  3. My feeling was that there wasn't much need for selection as any Clearance Diver, because of his training, would be suitable for the role.

Coastal Artillery

  1. Coastal artillery is the branch of armed forces concerned with operating mobile anti-ship artillery or fixed gun batteries in coastal fortifications.
  2. Coastal artillery was able to engage in either direct or indirect fire.
  3. Coastal artillery was the branch of armed forces concerned with operating anti-ship artillery in coastal fortresses.
  4. The Coastal Artillery was set up as a separate service under the Army in 1899.
  5. The Coastal Artillery was tasked with defending the planned base.

Commander-In-Chief Fleet

  1. As Commander-in-Chief Fleet he also holds the honorary post of Vice Admiral of the United Kingdom.
  2. The Commander-in-Chief Fleet manages maritime operations by delegating operational command and control to the Commander Operations (located at Northwood).
  3. As Commander-in-Chief Fleet, he has full command of all deployable Fleet units, including the Royal Marines.

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