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midshipman

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midshipman fish:

see toadfishtoadfish,
common name for the sluggish, bottom-feeding fishes of the family Batrachoididae, found mainly in marine and brackish waters worldwide. Toadfishes feed largely on crustaceans and small fishes.
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midshipman

any of several American toadfishes of the genus Porichthys, having small light-producing organs on the undersurface of their bodies
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The 103rd Midshipmen commissioning term and 12th Short Service Commission Officers Course, comprising a total of 129 officers, got commissioned at Pakistan Naval Academy PNS RAHBAR, upon completion of rigorous training.
As the clock ticked down the final seconds, the thousands of Midshipmen in attendance jumped, yelled and cheered from their perch in the end zone.
My personal thanks goes to TSA as they now expand TSA Pre expedited screening benefits to all United States Service Academy cadets and midshipmen recognizing the dedication and commitment of those who step forward to protect this great nation in the future.
Vice Chief of the Defence Force, Air Marshal Mark Binskin said that such conduct will not be tolerated and after suspension of seven cadets and midshipmen more suspensions are expected.
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Naval Academy midshipmen take to the sides as naval aviators, they're collaborating together to soar.
The Navy founded the Navy School in 1845, he says, which catered to older midshipmen with prior sea experience.
That there is no official record is not unusual because the Captain's of naval ships often had boys as Captain's servants or as volunteer midshipmen who were not officially on the ship's list of personal and do not appear on musters.