from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. United States Navy
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- n. United States dollar (next day) (funds code)
- proper n. The United States Navy.
- proper n. Update Sequence Number (Microsoft Windows)
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The Lincoln had been on the longest deployment in USN history, and he had keep it out of port so he could play Top Gun.
John M. McGrath, Captain USN (Retired) 5 years 8 months POW in North Vietnam
An SSC spokeswoman said there were two ground stations at Dongara, one owned and run by SSC, and another by its U.S. subsidiary, Universal Space Network, also known as USN.
From memory, we managed to tap into the production line run in the US, as deliveries to the USN were ahead of schedule.
Even if the USN was they have opportunity for reconstruction.
Cole Black, Captain USN, Retired, released 3/04/73) If the ranks are correct, the 'Captain Black' may be the early-releasee John Black but I'm not sure he was captured before 'Pajamas' was filmed???
The USN is a state of the art platform that integrates easily with the rest of TRC's next generation network, making service delivery economical and reliable.
As reflected by the April 2009 Defense Budget cuts of the USAF and USN and the current 2010 Defense Budget, NO more cush jobs of the USAF and USN, meaning Drafted into the USA and USMC Ground Combat Forces.
I'll never buy a black rifle, or a black shotgun, or a military looking firearm, because I believe in the old addage "One Shot, One Kill" taught to me by my grandfather (WWII Infantry) and my father (USN 1960-1964) who hunted on a regular basis on the family farm.
Ike, Admiral William D. Leahy, USN and others opposed its use.