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- proper n. The part of the Pacific Ocean in the Northern Hemisphere.
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- n. that part of the Pacific Ocean to the north of the equator
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The order was issued after Admiral Kimmel disputed an earlier Vacant Sea order of Nov. 22, which interfered with his plans to have the Pacific Fleet patrolling the North Pacific waters starting Sunday Nov. 23.
The Bureau of Standards radio section suggested using radio frequencies that were capable of reaching radio receivers operating in the open ocean waters of the North Pacific at various hours of the day and night during that time frame.
Their team of geologists, biologists, and a botanist had been dispatched to map and catalog regions lying beneath the northern third of the North Pacific Ocean.
An interesting island, one of the North Pacific group formerly known as the Sandwich Islands, or as the Kingdom of Hawaii, then as the
On November 24, 1941, Admiral Kimmel called off an air and seasearch for a Japanese carrier force and pulled the Pacific Fleet from the North Pacific whenhe was directed by Washington not to precipitate Japanese action.
Later in the war, Ogg served on the radio communication staff of Admiral Nimitz for the Central and North Pacific campaigns.