Recent Examples of naval from the Web
After Trump’s fiery and erratic rhetoric and muscular displays of U.S. naval and air power in the Pacific, Pyongyang has agreed to landmark talks with Seoul.
For a little background on Almanac’s new digs: The location is a former naval hangar from the 1940s.
The longtime Parkville resident, who moved to Henderson in 2015, had also been a naval reservist for 38 years, family members said.
Brendon was a naval veteran of the Korean War and served as a volunteer for several social justice organizations including The Catholic Worker and Veterans for Peace.
During the 2002 World Cup, which South Korea co-hosted with Japan, a naval clash started by Pyongyang left six sailors dead.
Having set sail a week earlier from Sasebo, Japan, the Pueblo and its 83 crew members were tracking Soviet naval activity in the area, as well as trying to gather intelligence on North Korean military activities.
Submarines are now recognized as the trump card in naval warfare.
At that point, Los Angeles already ranked first of all cities in America in production of aircraft, and the city’s San Pedro Bay housed an enormous naval armada.
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