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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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Having transitioned from the Chief's Mess to the wardroom herself, she said she expects Tinoco to rise to the challenge and lead his Sailors well.
I stowed my gear, logged the flight, grabbed a soda, and made my way to the wardroom to wait for my HAC.
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.
He then toured the vessel, including the wardroom, bridge, engine control room and hospital, before attending a reception in the Queens Room.
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.
Motorcycle safety begins at the top aboard USS Peleliu, where the CO, XO, CHENG, MPA, dental doc, and several other wardroom and CPO mess members all ride motorcycles.
To celebrate, the four - Capt Ian Beaumont, Capt Steve Greenwood, Cmdr Graham Charlesworth and Lt-Cmdr Phil Dickinson - arranged a lunch at the base wardroom to reminisce about their schooldays.
Miller Award for Food Service., which honors excellence in wardroom service aboard aircraft carriers.
John of Jerusalem, the Laurentian Branch of the Royal Heraldry Society of Canada, held its annual Christmas Dinner and Gift Collection Evening in the Wardroom of H.M.C.S.
While Robinson provides some historical framework to the ship's operations, the strength of the book is the insight it provides into the daily life of a destroyer wardroom during this extraordinary time.