United States Navy

NOUN
  1. the navy of the United States of America; the agency that maintains and trains and equips combat-ready naval forces
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  • In 1872, the United States Navy began regularly using the Pago Pago harbor as a base although the agreement with the Tutuila chief was never ratified by the U.S. Senate. American Samoans lack U.S. citizenship; 5th in a 21st Century American Colonies series
  • Navy Chaplain Who Called for Attack on Islam Finds His Credentials Under Scrutiny yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Navy Chaplain Who Called for Attack on Islam Finds His Credentials Under Scrutiny'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: On paper, Lieutenant Commander Brian K. Waite, a United States Navy chaplain, appears to be one of the nation\'s foremost scholars on a wide-range of topics such as traumatology, theology, and Biblical history. Navy Chaplain Who Called for Attack on Islam Finds His Credentials Under Scrutiny
  • Edward Martin retired from the United States Navy as a Vice Admiral in 1989. Martin, Edward H.
  • Fortunately, Rep Joe Sestak (D-PA), a retired admiral from the United States Navy, was there to defend the rights of Americans against the slander of Mr. DeLay, alleged human being. Bugspit
  • He was Benjamin Bradley, a retired Admiral of the old United States Navy.
  • Moore's tenure at the museum was abbreviated, however, by his enlistment in the United States Navy, probably in 1943.
  • Thus, between 1790 and 1798, there was no United States Navy and the cutters were the only warships protecting the coast, trade, and maritime interests of the new republic. Let's take a closer look at Ron Paul.
  • Obviously, if the United States Navy hanged some eyepatched peglegged blackguard from the yardarm or made him walk the plank, pious senators would rise to denounce an America that no longer lived up to its highest ideals, and the network talking-heads would argue that Plankgate was recruiting more and more young men to the pirates 'cause, and judges would rule that pirates were entitled to the protections of the U.S. constitution and that their peglegs had to be replaced by high-tech prosthetic limbs at taxpayer expense. CRUSADER RABBIT
  • It consisted of naval assets from the United States Navy and US Coast Guard, the Royal Australian Navy and the Royal Navy, working alongside elements of the Iraqi Navy and the Iraqi Marines.
  • SSBN is the United States Navy's hull classification symbol for a fleet ballistic nuclear missile submarine.
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