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I knew then that I would have to do everything I could to stay afloat until someone found me.
REF A IS THE REVISION TO SAFETY PROGRAMS AFLOAT PERSONNEL QUALIFICATION STANDARDS (NAVEDTRA 43450-4B) ON NAVY KNOWLEDGE ONLINE.
Roosevelt (CV 42) and Naval Station Guantanamo Bay were the first afloat and ashore galleys to take home the inaugural Ney award.
According to the company, this win allows it to continue providing domain expertise that will enable the Navy tactical afloat networks to dominate the cyber warfare arena.
Two of his family members were helping keep him afloat until assistance arrived.
But the plucky little one miraculously clung on to life by holding onto water hyacinth growing in the river and stayed afloat all night.
While we have traditional assignments, train and equip readiness responsibilities for afloat units, NAVIFOR is also responsible for the readiness of IW commands ashore as well as readiness of more than 64 operational shore commands with operational control to these units.
A system afloat as high as the aerostat will be more strategic to detect all possible threats, the U.
The QUESTemp[degrees]48N is a waterless wet bulb sensor (no more wetting or having to replace a wick) engineered for Department of Defense ashore and afloat operations.
A DAD-TO-BE who dived into the sea to save his younger brother's life was forced to release him from his grasp for the sake of their mum as they struggled to stay afloat, an inquest heard.
The new TV ad delivers a strong message about how Aflac can help individuals stay afloat when they are sick or ill by helping plug the holes in their insurance coverage.
The afloat model may use one or several shipboard systems for technical documentation management, another for maintenance management, and yet another system for supply and financial management.