naval engineer

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Noun1.naval engineer - a naval officer responsible for the operation and maintenance of the ship's engines
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"
applied scientist, engineer, technologist - a person who uses scientific knowledge to solve practical problems
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Prybyla and David Tassia, another naval engineer, performed a full-scale test correlation using a complex model, which included elements such as crosswinds and rough sea conditions that would exist in real-world operating conditions.
In 1984, a naval engineer in Norfolk, Virginia, conducted a crude and improbable experiment.
Zamyatin was educated as a naval engineer. His first published tale was Uyezdnoye (1913; translated as A Provincial Tale, 1966).
The Naval Engineer Brigade 'Seabees of the Navy and units from the Air Force's different Engineer Wings will be part of the Engineering task force,' Garcia said.
A naval engineer during National Service, he gained promotion during operations in the Suez campaign and was offered a commission but determined to follow his passion for farming, declined to take up the Surrey Scholarship he had been awarded and studied agriculture at Writtle in Essex.
The former naval engineer is being urged to end the agony of family by revealing where he put her body.
IMechE chief executive Stephen Tetlow signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Vice-Admiral Andrew Matthews and Rear Admiral Bob Love, the chief naval engineer officer, at One Birdcage Walk on 12 November.
Mr Armstrong was a retired naval engineer who had worked in the dockyard as a younger man and visited Gibraltar every year.
Werner Hoyt, also a naval engineer, submitted samples of toxic paint from the Adelaide to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal as evidence.
"I got the story that while I had to register, there was no need for my wife to register as she is on my iqama," said American Gene Fulton, a naval engineer. "The official then told me that my wife could register at the airport, which rather contradicted his own information."
Alvis: The Story of the Red Triangle, by Kenneth Day (Haynes Publishing, pounds 45) NAVAL engineer Thomas John founded an engineering company in Coventry in 1919.
Retired Harland and Wolff naval engineer David Livingstone said he largely agrees with the authors' findings on the metallic composition of the rivets but their conclusions they were to blame for the sinking are "misleading and incorrect".

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