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- The Board of Ordnance were responsible for supplying the Navy and the Army with guns, ammunition, and military hardware in general.
- Advances in ordnance and rocketry also occurred in the course of the conflict.
- Before graduating, von Braun won a research grant from the German Ordnance Department for his work in rocketry.
- Types of ordnance The types of cannon artillery are generally distinguished by the velocity at which they fire projectiles.
- Artillery types can be categorised in several ways, for example by type or size of weapon or ordnance, by role or by organizational arrangements.
- The Black Sheep Squadron flew 14,000 hours in combat, 13,000 sorties, and dropped more that 10,000 tons of ordnance.
- The lance impaling the dragon signifies ordnance on target.
- The odd "Ordnance" marking on the right ricasso had been partially removed so it was no longer obvious at first glance.
- It also prompted the then- Chief of Ordnance, General William Crozier, to authorize further testing for a new service pistol.
- The Ordnance and Royal Artillery fly the Blue Ensign with a similar shield, with or without a yellow border, in its fly.
- Up to 1855 the National Survey Department was immediately responsible to the Honourable Board of Ordnance - hence the name, Ordnance Survey.
- The Ordnance Survey is marking the London Loop route on its Explorer maps as new editions are published.
- In both armies, the Quartermaster, Ordnance, Subsistence, and Medical Bureaus procured and distributed equipment, food, and supplies.
- A search party from Charrette boarding the ship found much ordnance and other contraband and able-bodied troops, who were made prisoners of war.
- Clearance Diving Teams were formed to clear unexploded ordnance and other military hazards left over from the war.
- Ordnance shield and anchor on Blue Ensign.
- Politics beckoned once again in 1819, when Wellington was appointed Master-General of the Ordnance in the Tory government of Lord Liverpool.
- There was a small corps of engineers and an even smaller contingent of artificers, who handled the servicing and repair of ordnance.
- The Ordnance Ensign was retained for ' boats manned by crews of Royal Artillery or Army Ordnance Corps ', though it probably saw little further use.
- The Ordnance shield gained a red border to separate the blue ground of the shield from the blue field of the ensign.
- Morton Sobell; former employee of the Navy's Bureau of Ordnance; radar engineer and former classmate of Rosenberg.
- The first witness against the Rosenbergs was Max Elitcher, a 32-year-old electrical engineer employed by the Naval Bureau of Ordnance during the 1940s.
- These were the conductors of the Army Ordnance Corps and the first-class staff sergeant-majors of the Army Service Corps and the Army Pay Corps.
- Edward Dwelly was born in 1864 and spent time in both the Army and the Ordnance Survey.
- They were an ordnance corps with a special duty of protecting the guns of the royal army.
- Kenneth Thomas served in the US Army, Ordnance Corps from 1961 to 1964 as a sergeant.
- The latter usually denotes a mechanic of the Ordnance Corps who is skilled in field maintenance of equipment, weapons and armored fighting vehicles.
- They are part of the Ordnance Corps and are trained to maintain all types of weapon.
- The TA is composed of all arms and services - Infantry, artillery, engineers, signals, service corps, medical and ordnance.
- Storage area for cannon, mortars, and other ordnance at the Washington Navy Yard, 1866.
- A number of older institutions, notably the Board of Ordnance (which dates from the 14th century), were merged to form the War Office.
- Both remained under the control of the Board of Ordnance until 1856, and were collectively referred to as the Ordnance Corps.
- Consisting of a Blue Ensign with a plain Shield of the Board of Ordnance in heraldic colours in the fly.
- He later joined the Provisional Confederate Army and served as chief of artillery and ordnance.
- Decius Wadsworth, chief of the U.S. Ordnance Department, had called for an important meeting at Eli Whitneys establishment in New Haven.
- The present name was adopted when the school was reorganized in 1850 and placed under the supervision of the chief of the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography.
- History: Bureau of Navigation, upon its establishment in 1862, assumed supervision of the U.S. Naval Academy from the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography.
- BuOrd - (Bureau of Ordnance) Navy Department responsible for weapons and ordnance.
- The report of the Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance opens with a statement of the increase in the number of guns for the navy during the year ending Nov.
- He was on the Board of Navy Commissioners and the first Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography from 1842 until his death 18 March 1846.
- Flags that have used the Seal of the Board of Ordnance, the shield, or the crest of its Arms, and other army maritime flags c1683.
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