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nuclear-powered

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  • Navy, commanding a nuclear-powered ship, and acting in a way that was without dignity, stature or apartness.

    The Captain and the King

  • Owen Honors was involved in the making of the videos while serving as the No. 2 officer aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier.

    Navy captain loses carrier job over raunchy videos

  • As I've twice written in Proceedings of the US Naval Institute, India has been rapidly expanding its naval forces to include nuclear-powered submarines, surface warships and long-ranged naval aircraft -- at a time when some 400 million Indians subsist below the poverty level.

    Eric Margolis: Will China Rule the Waves

  • The plucky little country (New Zealand, not Switzerland or Liechenstein) also gave the finger to the United States, disallowing nuclear-powered USA ships from docking at New Zealand ports, causing the USA to suspend ANZUS Treaty obligations to that country around 1987, I think.

    2010 January — Fusion Despatches

  • A Royal Navy serviceman is being held on suspicion of murder after an officer was killed and a second was seriously injured in a shooting incident on board a nuclear-powered submarine.

    Submarine shooting: Sentry held on suspicion of murder

  • Naval analyst and author Norman Polmar said the Newport News yard could easily maintain its nuclear expertise without building carriers at the current rate, because it also builds nuclear-powered submarines.

    Shipbuilders Batten Hatches as Navy Weighs Cuts

  • The world's top 10 nuclear-powered countries will have increased capacity by 27%, to 405 gigawatts, by 2020, it says.

    Overheard: Nuclear Summer

  • A pair of nuclear-powered Russian attack submarines has been patrolling off the eastern seaboard of the United States in recent days, a rare mission that has raised concerns inside the Pentagon and intelligence agencies about a more assertive stance by the Russian military.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: August 05, 2009

  • The world's top 10 nuclear-powered countries will have increased capacity by 27%, to 405 gigawatts, by 2020, it says.

    Overheard: Nuclear Summer

  • The plucky little country (New Zealand, not Switzerland or Liechenstein) also gave the finger to the United States, disallowing nuclear-powered USA ships from docking at New Zealand ports, causing the USA to suspend ANZUS Treaty obligations to that country around 1987, I think.

    New Zealand in the GWOT? Swoon…. — Fusion Despatches

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