What are some Navy terms?

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What are some Navy terms?

Navy Terms

Q. Which city is known as the River City?

Besides, she asked, isn’t Jacksonville called the River City? Uh, no. Its electrifying nickname — “The Bold New City of the South” — was replaced recently with “Jacksonville: Where Florida Begins.” DeBary never officially adopted “River City” as its moniker.

Q. What city is divided by a river?

Budapest is not the only city with a split personality. Think of Istanbul – one half of the city in Europe, the other in Asia – or Mostar in Bosnia, divided into two halves by a fast-flowing river.

Q. What is River City in the military?

The military term, “River City” is a slang term originated from & used by U.S. Marines & later by others to refer to a situation when a unit’s communication systems are temporarily shut down or perceived to be “[email protected]#k Up.”

  • Abaft — farther aft.
  • Aft — toward the stern.
  • Ahoy — call for attention.
  • All hands — the entire ship’s company.
  • ASN — Assistant Secretary of the Navy.
  • Astern — behind a ship.
  • BAH — basic allowance for housing.
  • BAS — basic allowance for subsistence.

Q. What does tango mean in English?

1 : a ballroom dance of Latin American origin in ²/₄ time with a basic pattern of step-step-step-step-close and characterized by long pauses and stylized body positions also : the music for this dance. 2 : interaction marked by a lack of straightforwardness the suspect’s tango with police. tango. verb.

Q. What is a 10 13 in police code?

The ten-codes used by the New York Police Department have returned to public attention thanks to the popularity of the television series Blue Bloods. … For example, in the NYPD system, Code 1013 means “Officer needs help,” whereas in the APCO system “Officer needs help” is Code 10–33.

Q. What is a 10 77 police code?

Police code 10-77 means Estimated Time of Arrival.

Q. What is a 10 32 police code?

Police code 10-32 means Person with gun.

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