Naval Reserve

A Naval Reserve is the reserve body of a nation's Navy, typically called-upon in times of conflict. Naval Reserves include:

  • La réserve Marine (France)
  • Royal Naval Reserve (United Kingdom)
  • Royal Australian Naval Reserve
  • Naval Reserve of the Royal Canadian Navy
  • United States Navy Reserve
  • Naval Service Reserve (Ireland)
  • Royal New Zealand Naval Volunteer Reserve
  • Naval Reserve (South Africa)

Other articles related to "naval reserve, naval, reserves, reserve":

Malcolm Ross (balloonist) - Life
1943, Ross was commissioned as an Ensign in the United States Naval Reserve ... After he completed two months training at the Quonset Point Naval Air Station in Rhode Island, the Navy sent him to graduate school for nine months training in physics and ... to active duty as a Lieutenant in the United States Naval Reserve for the Korean War ...
John E. Gingrich - World War II - Director of Naval Reserve
... was viewed as a punitive exile imposed by outgoing Chief of Naval Operations King and Chief of Naval Personnel Randall Jacobs to deny Secretary Forrestal an ally in the bureaucratic battle ... admiral, Gingrich reported to the Bureau of Naval Personnel on October 24, 1945, where he was assigned to create the postwar structure for the Naval Reserve by the incoming chief of naval operations, Fleet ... Gingrich was designated assistant chief of personnel (reserves) on December 7, 1945, and in August 1946 received the additional title of director of Naval Reserve ...
Cooper Rawson - Career - Naval Reserve
... During World War I, he joined the Royal Naval Division as a sub-lieutenant, transferring in 1916 to the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (RNVR) ...
Newfoundland Royal Naval Reserve
... The Newfoundland Royal Naval Reserve was a military reserve force founded in 1900 in what was then the Colony of Newfoundland, a part of the British Empire ... From 1900 to 1902, approximately 50 members of the reserve trained each winter with the North American and West Indies squadron of the Royal Navy until a steam and sail powered training ... The reserve had 375 members by late 1903 and then between five and six hundred reservists until the start of World War I, growing to over 1000 in 1915 ...

Famous quotes containing the words reserve and/or naval:

    Common experience is the gold reserve which confers an exchange value on the currency which words are; without this reserve of shared experiences, all our pronouncements are cheques drawn on insufficient funds.
    René Daumal (1908–1944)

    It is now time to stop and to ask ourselves the question which my last commanding officer, Admiral Hyman Rickover, asked me and every other young naval officer who serves or has served in an atomic submarine. For our Nation M for all of us M that question is, “Why not the best?”
    Jimmy Carter (James Earl Carter, Jr.)