shore station


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Noun1.shore station - military installation servicing naval forces
military installation - any facility servicing military forces
armed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine - the military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"
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02 Contract Notice (below OJEU threshold): Construction of the Ferry Shore Station
The site had served as a storage station for crude oil from a receiving shore station at the Port of Amlwch before transfer via a cross country underground pipeline to the Company's oil refinery at Stanlow, Ellesmere Port.
IJohnstone was the last custodian at Muckle Flugga before it was automated and he bought a flat in the converted shore station.
They swim independently, co-ordinate with each other, and transmit their readings back to a shore station up to a kilometre away.
I learned this lesson well in my last job, where I worked with the Navy Office of Information in the Pentagon to figure out a way to get a condensed version of The New York Times delivered electronically to every surface ship, submarine, and shore station around the world at the same time that you could buy the first edition of the paper in Times Square.
5 on the Overseas Highway and is a 15-minute ride from the shore station on Little Torch Key.
What approaches a case history of this first "exploitation-depletion cycle" is seen in Chapter Seven through the experience of the shore station at Aquaforte, on Newfoundland's Southern Shore.
The new Real Time Offshore Seismic Station--deployed May 6, 2007, and being tested for the first time--sensitively detects rumblings from the submerged volcano and transmits data within milliseconds by high-frequency radio to a coastal shore station.
He says: "The Americans were transmitting from a shore station popular music and day to day news reports, and when the news came that war had ended we were very pleased and relieved.
At the University of Victoria headquarters, a dozen staff members have been hired, and the former Teleglobe TPC4 Shore Station at Port Alberni has been purchased.
ONE wonders if any ex-naval World War II personnel can give me any information on HMS Peewit, whether a vessel or shore station in 1944, and any relevant details for that particular year.
The opening of the shore station was the beginning of a partnership with Kelly that lasted into the mid-1830s and included the joint ownership of a brig, the Mary and Elizabeth, and the license to a whaling station near Kelly's farm on the northern end of Bruny Island.

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