naval gun

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Noun1.naval gun - naval weaponry consisting of a large gun carried on a warshipnaval gun - naval weaponry consisting of a large gun carried on a warship
naval weaponry - weaponry for warships
stern chaser - a naval gun able to fire astern at a ship in chase
combat ship, war vessel, warship - a government ship that is available for waging war
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Submarines, frigates, naval artillery, armed UAVs, as well as search and rescue units will also participate.
Airstrikes and naval artillery pounded rebel positions around the Red Sea coastal city Hodeida, where government backed-troops are launching a major ground assault to try to wrest it from dug-in rebels.
Airstrikes and naval artillery pounded rebel positions around Hudaida city, where government backed-troops are launching a major ground assault in an attempt to wrest it from dug-in rebels.
Israel has sold boats and naval artillery, rockets and unmanned aircraft as well as electrical equipment to India as the parties signed an arms deal in October 2014.
"Also today, naval artillery units participating in the wargames will fire at a surface vessel of enemy forces and the fire control systems will be locked at aggressive troops and the vessel will be sunk by naval artillery weapons," Rastegari said explaining that the vessel is not hypothetical and will be a real one.
The members of the Royal Naval Artillery Volunteers' Musical and Dramatic Club last week gave an entertainment afloat in their vessel, H.M.S.
of Newcastle, UK) presents an expanded update of this history of the 42 British monitor ships that bore the heaviest of naval artillery in battles between 1914 and 1965.
Lebanese security officials said Israel naval artillery fired on the southern suburbs from ships off the Mediterranean coast, where they also are enforcing a sea blockade.
By some accounts, about the time Lear negotiated to pay ransom for the captured Americans, the United States was poised to end the Barbary War--thanks to the efforts of Eaton on land and the gathering of an impressive naval artillery in the Mediterranean.

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