naval cadet

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  • The ships also carried a class of naval cadets on this mission.
  • The course of naval cadets is six years, the last two of which are spent at sea. Cited from Studies in Civics, by James T. McCleary
  • In due time the section of naval cadets came on board. Cited from The Submarine Boys and the Middies, by Victor G. Durham
  • She also served as a training ship for naval cadets.
  • Before the Second World War, a naval cadet school was opened on the island.
  • He later served successfully in the Spanish-American War as a naval cadet.
  • For the last few years it has also served as a training ground for Canadian Naval Cadets.
  • George would go as a naval cadet and Nicholas to complete his education by seeing something of the world.
  • The ships also carried a class of naval cadets.
  • Foreign nationals are also accepted to study as naval cadets in the academy.
  • Another two vessels will be used for training vessels for naval cadets, and painted in the normal gray scheme.
  • The pay of a naval cadet is five hundred dollars a year, beginning at the date of admission. Cited from Studies in Civics, by James T. McCleary
  • After all, he was to be a naval cadet! Cited from The Stokesley Secret, by Charlotte M. Yonge
  • All ships receiving these bounties must admit naval cadets and perform certain services for the Government. Cited from Manual of Ship Subsidies, by Edwin M. Bacon
  • He entered the military academy as a naval cadet in 1956 and studied there for one year.
  • By the beginning of the war, there was a naval cadet training camp for the Soviet Northern Fleet.
  • Starting in 1932 she served as a school ship for naval cadets.
  • He oversaw the training of hundreds naval cadets and junior officers in the UK.
  • On passing their examination, all the midshipmen and naval cadets have been promoted. Cited from Our Sailors, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • During his stay in Japan, he is also credited with having introduced the sport of soccer to Japanese naval cadets.
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