US Naval Academy

NOUN
  1. a school for training men and women to become officers in the United States Navy
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How To Use US Naval Academy In A Sentence

  • Ms Donovan used to teach at the US Naval Academy, where cheating on an engineering test might mean being unprepared when a problem arose on a battle ship.
  • He graduated last year from the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland and is currently ranked as an ensign, having served aboard the USS Gettysburg.
  • Matthew Collins is a graduate of the US Naval Academy and spent 10 years as a Marine officer. He never received a bonus, of any sort.
  • Matthew Collins is a graduate of the US Naval Academy and spent 10 years as a Marine officer. He never received a bonus, of any sort.
  • Tuesday's negotiations are scheduled at the US Naval Academy in Annapolis , Maryland.
  • McCain graduated from the US Naval Academy in 1958.
  • Before going to bed at the US Naval Academy, a plebe shouts ‘Good night!’
  • HAT COLLECTOR: A girl collected hats from midshipmen who tossed them into the air after their graduation from the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. , Friday.
  • In 1906, Fletcher graduated from the US Naval Academy and he gained a commission as an ensign.
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