Definition Noun A strong vertical post, either shore-side or aboard a vessel, for securing hawsers and mooring lines. Origin 14th century. Likely from the Old
Topic & Content A guidebook for naval officers who are new to the operations department of a warship. One of the busiest people aboard a
A modern Iranian-made astrolabe (left). (By Jacopo Koushan (User:Jacopo188)Photograph by Masoud Safarniya (User:M.safarniya) – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=26080692). A mariner’s (AKA sea) astrolabe
Comparisons between the various military forces of the world, be they land, naval, or air forces, are nothing new or even original. In fact, our
Definition Noun Various policy directives promulgated throughout the Navy by Admiral Elmo Zumwalt while serving as the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO). Origin Modern times.
Topic & Content A textbook discussing the theory and practical skills needed for history students or people developing historical skills. The second edition of this