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   has the   
Annapolis, Maryland
Ensign Charles Parker
   appears in   
McHale's Navy
Quintin McHale
   appears in   
McHale's Navy
Captain Wallace B. Binghamton
   appears in   
McHale's Navy
Theodore Roosevelt
   was an   
Assistant Secretary of the Navy
Franklin D. Roosevelt
   was an   
Assistant Secretary of the Navy
Old Navy
   product brand is owned by   
Gap Inc
Hyman G. Rickover
   was famous for   
Developing the Navy Nuclear Submarine Fleet
Lead developer
James Stockdale
   was an   
US Navy Officer
D. Jul 5th 2005 -- Ran as Vice Presidential Candidate with Ross Perot 1992. Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
   in French is   
   in Portuguese is   
A Crimper
A Member of a Navy Press Gang
Carlingford Line
   appears on the train network map in   
Navy Blue
Line commences at Clyde with other stops being Rosehill, Camellia, Rydalmere, Dundas, Telopea, and Carlingford.
John Adams
   had the nickname   
The Father of the Navy
Sky Blue and Navy Blue
HMS Vanguard
   was famous for being   
The Last Battleship Built for the Royal Navy
& also ran aground in Portsmouth Harbour
U.S.S. Virginia
Sunk on Purpose by Navy to Demonstrate Air Power, September 1923
Commissioned May 1906 -- BB-13
The USS Arizona BB-39 is the Only Commissioned U.S. Battleship Still in Use by the U.S. Navy
   is in an ad for   
Old Navy
Recorded by The Weepies.
   in Navajo code is   
Literal translation, sea soldier
   is hobo slang for   
A Deserter from the Army or Navy
   is hobo slang for   
Navy Beans
Son of the Navy (1940)
Jean Parker, James Dunn and Martin Spellman
Director: William Nigh. Also starred Selmer Jackson, William Royle & Sarah Padden. Plot: A sailor hitchhiking to his base at San Pedro and an orphan boy who has taken along his dog in a search for a mother and father meet up on the road...
USS Nautilus
   was famous for being   
The First US Navy Nuclear Submarine
USS Nautilus (SSN-571) was the world's first operational nuclear-powered submarine and the first vessel to complete a submerged transit across the North Pole.
USS Wasp
   was the first   
In the U.S. Navy to Deploy the V-22 Osprey
USS Ticonderoga
   was the first   
U.S. Navy Ship With the Aegis Combat System
USS Princeton
   was the first   
US Navy Screw Steam Warship
The first US Navy warship with propelling machinery below the waterline. Rattler, the first British warship with screw, was also launched in 1843]. The Princeton was laid down 20 October 1842 at the Philadelphia Navy Yard under the supervision of Capt. Robert F. Stockton. Capt. Robert Stockton on Princeton, the first screw-propelled naval steamer, challenged British merchant ship Great Western to a race off New York, which Princeton won easily.
USS Monitor
   was the first   
US Navy Iron-clad Ship
She is most famous for her participation in the first-ever naval battle between two ironclad warships, the Battle of Hampton Roads on 9 March 1862 during the American Civil War, in which Monitor fought the ironclad CSS Virginia of the Confederate States Navy.
USS Holland
   was the first   
US Navy Submarine
Named for her Irish-American inventor, John Philip Holland. The boat was originally called "Holland VI", and launched on 17 May 1897.
USS Bainbridge
   was the first   
US Navy Destroyer
The second USS Bainbridge (DD-1) was the first destroyer in the United States Navy and the lead ship of her class.
USS Michigan
   was the first   
US Navy Dreadnought
Was the US Navy's first iron-hulled warship, launched in 1843, operated on the Great Lakes for her entire career, was later renamed Wolverine and decommissioned in 1912.
USS Bullhead
   was famous for being   
The Last U.S. Navy Vessel Sunk in WWII
USS Vincennes
   was the first   
U.S. Navy Ship to Circumnavigate the World
USS Comfort
   was the first   
To Be Manned by Both Army and Navy Personnel
USS Delaware
   was the first   
U.S. Navy Ship to Enter a Public Dry Dock
USS North Carolina
   was the first   
Navy Ship to Carry and Operate Air Craft
USS Harmon
   was the first   
U.S Navy Ship Named for an African American
USS Jupiter
   was the first   
Electrically Propelled U.S. Navy Ship
USS Higbee
   was the first   
U.S. Navy Ship Named After a Woman Member of the U.S. Navy
USS Niblack
   was the first   
U.S Ship in Action Against the German Navy in WWII
April 1941 -- Depth charged a German Sub while rescuing sailors from a torpedoed ship.
USS Enterprise (CV-6)
   was famous for being   
Most Decorated U.S. Navy Ship in WWII
The Flag of Algerian Navy

The Flag of Royal Australian Navy

The Flag of Royal East African Navy

The Flag of Royal New Zealand Navy

Royal Navy Roundel of United Kingdom 1941-1945

Columbian Navy

Navy Seals

In the Navy
   was released by   
The Village People
Francis in the Navy (1955)
The 6th film in the Francis the Talking Mule series & Eastwood's first credited role.

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