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wardroom

1. the quarters assigned to the officers (except the captain) of a warship
2. the officers of a warship collectively, excepting the captain
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By 0615, she is on her way to walk through the crew's mess, galley, and wardroom to make sure everything is prepped and ready for breakfast.
We were a bunch of somewhat disgruntled officers who gathered around in our own wardroom a short time later.
To augment this document, the squadron split up into various briefing teams that presented each chapter to the wardroom to highlight the important sections, and establish squadron subject-matter experts (SMEs) on the pertinent sections.
Commanding Officer Captain Richard Powell has given ship manager David Connelly and operations m a n a g e r J o e McEwan honorary membership of the wardroom, meaning they will always be welcome on Dauntless.
ANSWERS: 1 The Blue Danube; 2 The Bullet Train; 3 Anthony Blunt; 4 Mac[sz]u; 5 Evander Holyfield; 6 Popstars; 7 The Victoria Cross; 8 Atlas; 9 The Thar Desert; 10 Historically there was insufficient height for officers to stand up in the wardroom.
The 688 weapons shipping hatch is the primary access that all hands use, and the Trident stanchion and netting issues are located directly next to the officer's study, wardroom and CPO quarters.
After seeing Chambre Hardman's striking image, Cdr Clough wanted a copy to display in Ark Royal's wardroom, but there were none available to buy.
The couple were given a champagne reception in the wardroom before seeing the Type 42 destroyer's departure from Britannia Quay from its bridge.
The officers would probably have been served beer from this jug in their wardroom, and Commander Albert Markham, who commanded the Alert under Nares, recalls their non-beer rations as 'two glasses of sherry per diem, a glass of port or Madeira once a week and a bottle of port or whiskey every 14 or 15 days'.
He then toured the vessel, including the wardroom, bridge, engine control room and hospital, before attending a reception in the Queens Room.
He spent time in the brig, sick bay, chaplains' office, wardroom, enlisted mess, and smoking sponsors.
Have a drink in the Front Bar model led on a naval wardroom or the cosy Pump Bar before dinner in the Front Restaurant, the original Victorian dining room, or the more contemporary Sunshine Restaurant with its own conservatory.