However, we were to have a "battery of guns" from the Navy Department
(as per advertisement) to be used in answering royal salutes; and the document furnished by the Secretary of the Navy, which was to make "General Sherman and party" welcome guests in the courts and camps of the old world, was still left to us, though both document and battery, I think, were shorn of somewhat of their original august proportions.
Take heed, gentlemen of the war and navy departments
She discusses how the Confederate States Navy Department
recruited seamen; their training; how they spent their free time; issues of enforcing discipline and apprehending or punishing deserters; the work of the Office of Medicine and Surgery and the medical care and treatment provided to officers and sailors; naval warfare along the coast, the high seas, and rivers; the creation of the torpedo bureau and experimental craft; prisoners of war; and experiences during the final months of the war.
of Defense with top secret security clearance overseeing communications and weapons systems.
As such, it considered new ideas, developed strategy, and wrote policy for the man at the top of the Navy Department
Owner is the Secretary of the Navy, Navy Department
, Washington, D.C., 20350-1000.
George wrote a letter to the Navy Department
saying: "We've always fought for each other and now we want to continue fighting side by side." Kelly, 47, says: "My grandpa and uncles, along with the other Juneau sailors, all enlisted right after Pearl Harbour.
Department: First Cadet Battalion of Navy Department
While the Sullivans were training at Great Lakes, the answer came: the Navy Department
had approved their unusual request.
The Navy Department
tonight announces the Japanese Government is circulating rumors for the obvious purpose of persuading the United States to disclose the location and intentions of the American Pacific Fleets.
Perhaps more official Army Department and Navy Department
files might have been perused.
21st Century Knox: Influence, Sea Power, and History for the Modern Era is a scholarly analysis and discussion of the ideas and legacy of Commodore Dudley Wright Knox (1877-1960), an officer in the United States Navy who served in the Spanish-American War and World War I, and who oversaw the Navy Department
's historical office for many years.