Naval Forces

  • (noun): An organization of military naval forces.
    Synonyms: navy

Some articles on naval, naval forces, forces:

List Of United States Navy People - Groups
... Navy Leadership Secretary of the Navy Under Secretary of the Navy Chief of Naval Operations Vice Chief of Naval Operations Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy 4-star admirals House Subcommittee on ...
Latvian Naval Forces - Structure of Naval Forces
... Naval Forces Headquarters Naval Forces Flotilla Headquarters MCM Squadron (Mine Counter Measure) Patrol Boat Squadron Sea Surveillance and Communication Service MCM ...
List Of USSR Navy Flags - Flags of Officials - Flags of Commanders-in-chief of The Navy
... Flag of the commander of the Soviet Union’s naval forces 27.05.1935 — 07.12.1938 Flag of inspector of the naval forces of Workers' and Peasants' Red Army 07.12.1938 — 16.11.1950. 07.12.1938 — 16.11.1950 Flag of chief of the Main Naval Staff of the Workers' and Peasants' Red Army’s Navy 16.11.1950 — 21.04.1964 Flag of chief ...
Latvian Naval Forces
... Latvian Naval Forces (Latvian Latvijas Jūras Spēki) is a branch of the National Armed Forces tasked with conducting military and rescue operations at sea ... The Naval Forces have participated in international NATO/Partnership for Peace operations and various exercises with great success ...
AFRICOM - Components - U.S. Naval Forces, Africa (NAVAF)
... Naval Forces Europe-Commander, U.S ... Naval Forces Africa (NAVEUR-NAVAF) area of responsibility (AOR) covers approximately half of the Atlantic Ocean, from the North Pole to Antarctica as well as the ...

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