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  • Battle of Okinawa [r]: The longest, bloodiest U.S. World War II battle in which the Japanese island of Okinawa was captured in the spring of 1945. [e]
  • Knot (speed) [r]: A measure of the speed of ships and aircraft equal to one nautical mile per hour. [e]
  • Lacerta [r]: Constellation in the Northern Hemisphere near Cygnus and Andromeda, its name is Latin for 'lizard'. [e]
  • Naval Vessel Register [r]: The official inventory of U.S. Naval ships and service craft. [e]
  • Ship ceremonies [r]: Historical occasions in the life of a ship, usually beginning with keel-laying, and proceeding to launching, and, for naval vessels and vessels in a merchant service, ship commissioning; warships tend to have additional ceremonies such as change of command and decommissioning [e]
  • Ship measurements [r]: Cargo capacity, mass, dimensions, and other measurements of ships often have several variants, to reflect such things as pure infrastructure, but also the different limiting factors on loading: volume or weight [e]
  • Ship propulsion [r]: Means by which vessels are moved through the water [e]
  • Walsh-Kaiser Co., Inc. [r]: A WWII-only shipyard [e]