naval construction

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  • As a result, the remaining work of the naval construction project was completed in a year.
  • Accordingly he now took up the study of naval science and naval construction. Cited from William of Germany, by Stanley Shaw
  • The Civil War and his services in the art of naval construction. Cited from Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIV, by John Lord
  • He's a successful lawyer who works for a naval construction company.
  • They were intended to counter a new French naval construction program.
  • But in its main use, naval construction, this is not a problem, since the wood never gets really dry.
  • As a result, the naval construction department attempted to design vessels that could fulfill both roles.
  • The massive new naval construction program had prioritized other types of ships.
  • Italian naval construction was limited by the Washington Naval Conference.
  • Thus, the latter early attained great skill in naval construction. Cited from Russia, As Seen and Described by Famous Writers, ed. by Singleton
  • The stated goal was to curb the rapidly growing and extremely expensive naval construction programs.
  • The trade in naval stores was important to France, as her naval construction depended on it.
  • In the mid-1960s, there was an increasing need for naval construction forces in Southeast Asia.
  • Through both World Wars, New Jersey was a center for war production, especially in naval construction.
  • The massive size and scale of its building program was rapidly driving up the cost of naval construction and armament.
  • He also recorded extensive information on all naval matters including naval construction, navigation sailing instructions and fighting at sea.
  • He served in World War II as a member of the naval construction unit Seabees.
  • For many years he was inspector-general of the marine, and applied his scientific experience to the improvement of naval construction.
  • The mid-1930s saw the Naval Construction Office in Berlin give the problem serious thought.
  • The same applies to the subject of naval construction. Cited from The Secrets of the German War Office, A.K. Graves
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