The clothes were all gray flannel and navy wool, so there was nothing particularly flamboyant about the collection itself.
Key cabinet ministers and the heads of the army, navy, and air force are members of the nuclear authority.
On his order, a covert team of navy SEALs went into Pakistan to carry out the operation.
I linked yesterday to Esquire magazine's report on the lack of benefits available to the navy SEAL who shot bin Laden.
“I started using drugs when I was in the navy,” he is saying.
He went to work in the navy Yard within one day of Dieckhoff.
For five years past a new policy had been pursued with regard to the navy.
Two admirable instructors were at hand—the army and the navy.
Were they aware that anything had happened in the Austro-Hungarian navy?
So, during 1647 and 1648, the navy was agitated by dissensions.
early 14c., "fleet of ships, especially for purposes of war," from Old French navie "fleet, ship," from Latin navigia, plural of navigium "vessel, boat," from navis "ship" (see naval). Meaning "a nation's collective, organized sea power" is from 1530s. The Old English words were sciphere (usually of Viking invaders) and scipfierd (usually of the home defenses). Navy blue was the color of the British naval uniform. Navy bean attested from 1856, so called because they were grown to be used by the Navy.