engineer officer


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engineer officer

n
(Nautical Terms) a ship's officer who is qualified to be in charge of the vessel's propulsion and other machinery
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engineer officer

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There is always a breeze in the "camp," as it is called; and here it lies, just as the Romans left it, except that cairn on the east side, left by her Majesty's corps of sappers and miners the other day, when they and the engineer officer had finished their sojourn there, and their surveys for the ordnance map of Berkshire.
Donovan, from Dartford in Kent, fired six times in the control room of the sub, aiming at four named victims and killing weapons engineer officer Lt Cdr Molyneux.
A weapon engineer officer, he served at sea in HM Ships Hermes, Euryalus and HMS Beaver and on the staff of Flag Officer Sea Training.
Since the war began, over 23,000 Engineer officers were taught modern military engineering at the Engineer Officer Candidate School; over 20,000 Engineer officers were given additional training in specialized military subjects; and over 22,000 enlisted specialists were trained in its modern shops and classrooms.
I chose to become an engineer officer even though I am terrible at mathematics.
Bradford Council's emergency planning officer and structural engineer officer attended and the Environment Agency were also alerted due to large amounts of smoke over the residential area.
I also indulge myself by painting my idealised memories of the Mersey of my younger days as a marine engineer officer, before becoming an engineer and draughtsman.
Kontess is a retired career Air Force Civil Engineer officer with facility management experience overseeing more than 1,400 facilities in the state.
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They requested me to engage an Engineer officer on their behalf, to accompany the ship so that in the event of any problems on the voyage, he would be able to resolve them, if required.
A Royal Navy veteran of the Second World War, he was an engineer officer on a Landing Ship, Tank (LST) that delivered Allied troops and equipment to the Normandy beaches on D-Day, June 6, 1944.
Concurrent with his career in healthcare, he served 15 years in the Army Reserve, first as a combat medic and then as a combat engineer officer.

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