"Snipe" is a nickname for someone who works in the Engineering department on a ship. Additionally, those who work in technical rates, or jobs, are usually referred to as "twidgets."
Snipe are not real. They do not exist. __ Hate to be contrary, but there are approx 25 birds in the Snipe family, ranging from the Common Snipe to the Jack Snipes. Here are some more:Solitary Snipe, Gallinago solitaria Latham's Snipe, Gallinago hardwickii Wood Snipe, Gallinago nemoricola Pin-tailed Snipe, Gallinago stenura Swinhoe's Snipe, Gallinago megala African Snipe, Gallinago nigripennis Madagascar Snipe, Gallinago macrodactyla Great Snipe, Gallinago media Common Snipe, Gallinago gallinago Wilson's Snipe, Gallinago delicata South American Snipe, Gallinago paraguaiae Puna Snipe, Gallinago andina Noble Snipe, Gallinago nobilis Giant Snipe, Gallinago undulata Fuegian Snipe, Gallinago stricklandii Andean Snipe, Gallinago jamesoni Imperial Snipe, Gallinago imperialis
From an Engineering officer named John Snipe. There was a lot of difficulty in maintaining discipline on a ship and having a clear line of command. The engineering officer was responsible for keeping the ship running, but dependent on the supply group and others for their needs. John Snipe demanded equal berthing and quarters for his team and eventually got it. He's crew was known as Snipe's and that was shortened to Snipe.
The US Congress authorized the creation of the US Navy.
Depends on who they have to snipe and if they successfully snipe them or it and who is paying them to snipe
The US Navy started so that the US had protection at sea.
Not sure but I would think the NAVY
A wisp of snipe
A snipe is a bird.
The US Navy.
Was the US Navy and US Marine Corps were created In 1798In 1798 the us navy and us marine corps were created