Why join the navy if you can be a pirate?
Our synergy offers the Navy more comprehensive support and training capabilities.
He is not a Navy SEAL and he's not a CIA operative.
We have quite a rivalry with Navy and, honestly, we just want to beat them. The seeding is a consolation and will give us a confidence boost going in to the tournament, but we want to beat them.
We have been to Bahrain and to Singapore on a USO tour. The Navy crowd has always been a fun audience. We also got to perform on an aircraft carrier off the coast of Portugal. It was awesome.
I would have been more pleased with expansion if we had picked up [former CAA members] Richmond, American and Navy again. Then every game is a day trip. It's a little more than just soccer. These are college students, at least at our place.
This single 10-hour flight is the culmination of months of effort and planning by Combined Test Force and Navy personnel.
They are eager to learn, they are like sponges. It's not about being Army or Navy anymore. The name of the game is staying alive.
Using open architectures will allow the Navy to afford its future. New technology is available every 18 months. Using standards-based interfaces such as DDS allows us to easily introduce upgraded hardware in our operational systems without having to rewrite the application software.
The Navy is firmly committed to the protection of marine mammals and goes to great lengths to mitigate its potential effects on marine wildlife.
First, when they made us get out we had to go on a Navy ship on the Mississippi River. We sat there for about three days. Then they shipped us over to the airport, from the airport to here.
The trouble with military rule is that every colonel or general is soon full of ambition. The navy takes over today and the army tomorrow.
I received my parents' permission and went into the Navy on June 3, 1941.
To compel the nation with challenge the traditional American doctrine of freedom of the seas, every man and every ship in the navy is solemnly pledged.
I wanted to further my education, so I went on to get a Ph.D. in electrical engineering and came back and served about ten years in the Canadian Navy as what we call a combat systems engineer.
I went to military college in Canada and graduated as an officer in the Navy but also as an engineer.
Well, my father was in the Army and we traveled quite a bit when I was growing up, and I thought that I would like to have a military career, although I was drawn more towards the Navy.
I go into a young film director's office these days and he says, 'Hey man, I know who you are. I grew up watching 'McHale's Navy'. And I think, 'Oh boy, here we go again'.
As the existence of a corps of professors of mathematics is peculiar to our navy, as well as an apparent, perhaps a real, anomaly, some account of it may be of interest.
We pay for the navy, and we have no commerce for the navy to protect; we pay for the army, and we loathe and execrate the work upon which it has been engaged.
There is no cannibalism in the British navy, absolutely none, and when I say none, I mean there is a certain amount.
Neither the Army nor the Navy is of any protection, or very little protection, against aerial raids.
But I felt it necessary to be part of the war effort and I enlisted in the Navy to be a flyer.
Before the BBC, I joined the Navy in order to travel.
The Navy's paid for you to go through school, and then they need doctors to go out and take care of people who are in various different parts of the world. I decided to pay back my time first as an undersea medical officer. I was stationed in Scotland.