deck officer


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deck officer

n
(Nautical Terms) a ship's officer who is part of the deck crew
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The youngest student on the team will be Indian first year student Jaya Krishnan, who is training to be deck officer. Also on board will be 25-year-old marine engineering students Azamat Nazkeyev and Nauryzbek Bekpembetov, both from Kazakhstan.
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There was a telephone link with the bridge, but on that critical night no deck officer climbed inside the mast to the crow's nest to give Fleet and Lee leadership, praise and encouragement, and to raise their morale.
Durant, who later became president of the American Rocket Society, aerospace historian for the Encyclopedia Britannica, and assistant director of the National Air and Space Museum, served from July 1944 to December 1945 as flight deck officer aboard the Sable.
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