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both are used for scientific research
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In 2003 the us navy marine mammal program drafted two dolphins for what unusual purpose in the southern Iraqi port of umm qasr?
looking for mines
For starters, it all depends on the job you take. AO's deal with the bombs, ammo, etc. AME's are the ejection seats. AM's deal with hyds and shocks. However you can be told yo…ur job is an AO and you get the impression you will work on them, but rarely does that happen. It all depends on where you are sent whether it be a training command or out to sea.
Dolphins are the symbol of the submariners. Officers that meet the requirements earn the gold dolphins. Enlisted personnel can earn the silver dolphins..
a porpoises... just like in the category you asked in... "dolphins and porposies"
Since dolphins are highly intelligent humans can use them in the millatary and the navy. Dolphins help locate lost divers, under water buried mines, coral rock or debris in sh…allow cluttered waters.
You could try joining. You know, going to a recruiter. Or at least going to Navy.com.
You contact your local recruiter, and they'll run you through the specifics. Simply talking to a recruiter does not obligate you to join the military.
To project military sea power.
He was known as Pavel Dzhones when he served in Empress Catherine II Navy.
The second strongest navy in the World is the Russian Navy. Britain doesn't even come close. The Royal Navy is currently ranked 6 in the World. In gross tons and number of shi…ps. People don't realize this, but the Royal Navy only has 28 offensive ships: Subs, destroyers, frigates, and anfibian ship. The second QEC may be scraped, because the Brits can't afford more F-35s planes. Let's face it, the British are broke and now have a defensive military. Look at the facts: Offensive ships: cruisers, destroyers, carriers, frigates, anfibian ships, and subs. US Navy 283 Russian Navy 101 Chinese Navy 78 Japanese Navy 68 French Navy 35 Royal Navy 28 Russian is no slouch, and they get a lot of jokes from the UK and the USA, but they were on full alert in Syria. Hence, Russia has a lot of 80s and 90s ships, but so does the UK. Most of the UK fleet is from the 70s, 80s, and 90s as well. With the exception of the Astutes and Type45s. Otherwise, the Royal Navy is on even ground with the Russian Navy. Also, the type 45 carries no offensive weapon systems, except for a torpedo carrying helicopter, hahaha.
The Russian Navy (Russian: Военно-морской Флот Российской Федерации (ВМФ России), tr. Voyenno-morskoy Flot Rossiyskoy Federatsii (…VMF Rossii), lit. Military-Maritime Fleet of the Russian Federation) is the naval arm of theRussian military. The present Russian Navy was formed in January 1992, succeeding the Navy of the Commonwealth of Independent States, which had itself succeeded the Soviet Navy following the dissolution of the Soviet Union in December 1991.
Both are harmless
Imperial Russian Navy was created in 1696.