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... Navy Captain United States Naval Academy 1936 ... Arizona 1 Kyl, JonJon Kyl Republican U.S ... Navy Captain Ohio State University, University of Delaware 1947 ... Delaware 2 Coons, ChrisChris Coons Democratic County Executive of New Castle County Amherst College (BA), Yale University (JD, MAR ... Army Captain, U.S ...
... former deputy governor of Virginia and current naval officer in the English navy Abdul Hasan Asaf-Khan of Persia (?-1641), Grand Vizer of the Mughal Empire (and brother of Nur ... of Flanders (1586–1643), painter Nathaniel Courthope of England (1585–1620), merchant navy officer Thomas Coventry, 1st Baron Coventry of England (1578–1640), Judge, Member of Parliament, and ... rebel Christopher Levett of England (1586–1630), explorer and naval captain Li Kezhuo of China, Ming dynasty court official and unwitting poisoner of Emperor Taichang Johann Liss (1590?-1629), German painter Jerónim ...
... Konstantin Badygin (1910–1984) Soviet Navy Captain, writer, scientist, Hero of the USSR In 1938 Badygin became the captain of the ice-captured icebreaker Sedov, turned into a ... California, where he founded Fort Ross Nikifor Begichev (1874–1927) Russian Navy officer Begichev was the bosun of the ship Zarya, carrying Eduard Toll's expedition in 1900–03 ... Vitus Bering^ (1681–1741) Russian Navy Captain-Commander Returning from the East Indies, Bering joined the Russian Navy in 1703 ...
Famous quotes containing the words captain and/or navy:
“The captain sat in a commodores hat
And dined in a royal way
On toasted pigs and pickles and figs
And gummery bread each day.”
—Charles Edward Carryl (18411920)
“I wish to reiterate all the reasons which [my predecessor] has presented in favor of the policy of maintaining a strong navy as the best conservator of our peace with other nations and the best means of securing respect for the assertion of our rights of the defense of our interests, and the exercise of our influence in international matters.”
—William Howard Taft (18571930)