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  • A two-month stand-off between Spanish and American naval forces followed.
  • Its purpose was to test the effect of nuclear weapons on naval ships.
  • It is a combined arms force, with land, air and naval elements.
  • Only one original building from the naval facility was kept.
  • The ships will be the largest in Australian naval history.
  • They had higher range and precision than naval guns, making them highly effective.
  • An important tradition on board naval vessels of some nations has been the ship's bell.
  • See list of naval ships of Egypt for a list of vessels in service.
  • The other reason for low naval activity was the nature of Soviet Navy forces in the area.
  • He was elected to Parliament, speaking on religious and naval matters.
  • Many of the civil uses given in the following section may also be applicable to naval use.
  • Navy plans are still being worked on but present plans call for a medium expansion of the naval force.
  • The planned naval program was not very far advanced by the time World War II began.
  • Naval operations were governed by standing orders issued to all the ships.
  • They were supported by American air and naval units.
  • Then another, even more numerous army of invaders started a second naval invasion of the empire.
  • The Republic and England were major rivals in world trade and naval power.
  • Naval officers read the proclamation and told them they were free.
  • Part of the training that the cadets receive is naval and military in nature.
  • Its primary role was found to be in the training schools, preparing new German naval officers for command.
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Synonyms of naval

Meaning of naval

  • adjective Connected with or belonging to or used in a navy
    naval history, naval commander, naval vessels