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navigator

[′nav·ə‚gād·ər]
(navigation)
A person who navigates or is directly responsible for the navigation of a craft.

navigator

navigator
Brevet adorned by a navigator. Similar brevets are adorned by navigators of most armed forces.
An individual who plots and directs the movement of the aircraft from the aircraft.

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Lt Blair, the submarine's navigation officer, pleaded guilty to "failing to take into account all the dangers in or near the planned movements of HMS Superb".
Blair, to become a navigation officer on a submarine this month, pleaded guilty to "failing to take into account all the dangers.
We had an officer of the deck, navigation officer of the watch, engineering officer of the watch, an engineering rover, and a communications watch in our version of combat information center.
Sir David plays navigation officer Jack Hardy in the tale, on TV tomorrow at 9pm.
Jason, who works as a navigation officer for the Royal Fleet Auxiliary, has had little time to get used to married life, and is currently in Africa with his job.
Earlier he had been chief navigation officer of the troop transport USS Olmstead (APA 188).
VMGR-152 is unique in its ability to rapidly deploy forces throughout the Pacific theater on a continual basis," stated Chief Warrant Officer 3 Scott Burke, navigation officer in charge.
It was kept by a navigation officer serving on Cook's ship, the Resolution, and will now be sold in Edinburgh on behalf of his descendants, with bids starting at pounds 15,000.
The police identified the dead man as Anatoliy Korobka, 37, a navigation officer from a Russian freighter berthed at Hakata in Fukuoka Prefecture.
When I heard my name, my wife screamed and I jumped to my feet in shock," said ENS David Miller, Boxer's assistant navigation officer,.
So they recruit employees, they bring them into the civil service, and then they give them a job for four years to go into training to become either a navigation officer or an engineering officer for the coast guard.

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