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sonarman

(ˈsəʊnɑːmən)
n, pl -men
(Nautical Terms) a sonar operator
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Freak weather effects and overeager sonarman may have accounted for many reports.
(37) Intriguingly, a PLAN sonarman later claimed that he had detected a U.S.
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I identified myself as a former naval officer aboard the seaplane tender USS Pine Island, and said I based my charge upon classified radio messages and a conversation with the sonarman on the Maddox on the night of the claimed attack.
MY DAD, EMIL SILHAVEY, was a Coast Guard sonarman serving aboard a US Navy sub-chaser that was escorting a merchant ship down the east coast of the United States.
The sonarman's war; a memoir of submarine chasing and mine sweeping in World War II.
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While on active duty, he served on the USS Seneca as a sonarman. Returning to civilian life, he married Betty on Nov.
Navy during World War II as a sonarman on the USS Whitman.
Freak weather effects and over-eager sonarman may have accounted for many reports.
Cook, sonarman or fire controlman, you are assigned to [don] an OBA and be a nozzleman or hoseman.
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