a member of the special forces unit for the US Navy who is trained for unconventional warfare on sea, air, and land
Navy SEALs go through what is considered by some to be the toughest military training in the world.
noun 1. a government dockyard where naval ships are built, repaired, and fitted out, and naval supplies and munitions are laid up. noun 1. a naval shipyard, esp in the US
[nuh-wob, -wawb] /nəˈwɒb, -ˈwɔb/ noun 1. Also, nabob. a viceroy or deputy governor under the former Mogul empire in India. 2. an honorary title conferred upon Muslims of distinction in India and Pakistan. 3. (def 2). /nəˈwɑːb/ noun 1. (formerly) a Muslim ruling prince or powerful landowner in India Also called nabob
National Warning System
Naval Air Warfare Center