Definition Noun A rating in the sea services for a petty officer that attends to navigational duties such as steering the vessel, signaling, and attending
Definition Noun An older term for the bow of any vessel. Origin 16th century. From the Old French word, proue, and back to the Old
Topic Set sometime during the Battle of the Atlantic, U.S. Navy Commander George Krause assumes his first command aboard the fictional Mahan-class destroyer, USS Keeling.
Definition Noun A person holding a specific license, commission, warrant, or office with certain responsibilities and/or the authority to take command of a vessel. Origin
Definition Noun (Slang). The sailor’s term for “elbow grease.” Origin Probably the 19th century. Comments Said to sailors when handling heavy gear without the use
“We all live or we all die.” BM1 Bernie Webber Now that I’ve reviewed two books on the Pendleton and Fort Mercer rescues (Two Tankers