gundeck

gundeck

[′gən‚dek]
(naval architecture)
A deck on old-time warships on which the ship's guns were carried.
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25, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Grace Institute, a 117-year-old market leader in workforce development in New York City, will honor Morgan Stanley's Caroline Gundeck , at the second annual Breakfast with Grace on Thursday, October 2nd at the Metropolitan Club .
With little ventilation, the lower gundeck quickly filled with choking smoke from the guns.
PATROL: Fisheries protection vessel HMS Mersey SKIPPER: Carl Wiseman BACK HOME: Able Seaman Leslie Grundy, from St Helens, on the gundeck of HMS Mersey Pictures: ANDREW TEEBAY
Caroline Gundeck, executive director for Morgan Stanley's Global Wealth Management Group, was particularly impressed by the analytical skills of the Thurgood Marshall recruits that participated in Morgan Stanley's national sales internship program.
50-caliber machine guns and 3-inch cannons at Japanese planes as Creese stood on the upper gundeck passing three-inch shells to the gunners.
The event, which is open to the public with advance registration, will feature Barbara Corcoran, Real Estate Mogul, Business Expert and Real Estate contributor for NBC's TODAY Show and will be moderated by Caroline Gundeck, Executive Director, Chair, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Women's Employee Networking Group.
Dad began the war on the gundeck of his destroyer in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941--a story in itself for another time.
With the demands of career, family and philanthropic pursuits, to name a few, many of us put wealth management and investing at the bottom of our 'to do' list," stated Caroline Gundeck, Director of Women's Marketing for Merrill Lynch, presenting sponsor for En Pointe.
Our goal - across the organization - is to be the employer-of-choice for talented women," said Caroline Gundeck, head of the GWMG Office of Diversity.
Gundeck, the former ABP President, with the term expiring at the 1998 annual meeting.
The panel will be moderated by Caroline Gundeck, head of Women's Marketing for Merrill Lynch's Global Private Client Group.