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  • She subsequently won election as an AFT vice president as well.
  • These vessels have a long and low well deck between a forward pilot house and an aft machinery space.
  • The CO decided to wait for the ship to pass behind him and shot from an aft tube.
  • If an aft tail is used, the wing is designed to stall before the tail.
  • Grand Princess has a large theatre, a large central performance lounge and an aft show lounge.
  • The German vessel returned the fire with an aft-mounted gun, but no damage was reported by Tuna.
  • There were four control station in the tug: main bridge, wing stations port and starboard, and an aft control station.
  • The engines can be operated from one of three stations on the bridge, at the engine operating station, and from an aft control station looking astern.
  • The final aesthetic development, in the mid-1960s, was a lowered rear deck allowing an aft window.
  • An aft hangar and flight deck enables operation of a single rotary-wing aircraft.
  • "In two seconds I could sight an aft gun, sir, and blow that machine Hell-for-leather!" Cited from The Flying Legion, by George Allan England
  • The enclosed turrets were also replaced by a forward single open shield and an aft twin open mounting.
  • However, there you have 'em -- so, in the fore-an'-aft style. Cited from The Lonely Island, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • Accommodation for two pilots is provided side-by-side under an aft-hinged upward opening canopy.
  • This class is also equipped with an aft anchor to assist in retracting from the beach.
  • He was elected an AFT vice president in 1974.
  • Baggage was stored in an aft compartment with an additional smaller area in the nose.
  • Dewey, an AFT member, was determined to break the communist control of Local 5.
  • At mid-morning two bombs fell close astern, damaging one of her propeller shafts and flooding an aft hold.
  • An aft wind and light spirits are inseparable, whether a man be in a frigate or a canoe. Cited from Thirty Years With The Indian Tribes, by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
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