What does BB mean in World of Warships?
What does BB stand for?
BB usually means “Baby.” It also means “Bareback,” “Be Back,” “Big Brother,” “Body Builder,” “BB Gun,” “Basketball” and “Blackberry.” Here is a little more information about each of these definitions of BB. (Examples of use can be found below.)
What does CV mean in the Navy?
Why is it called a wardroom?
Why is it called the Wardroom? In the 1700s the British Navy had a compartment on ships called the “wardrobe,” which was used for storing prizes of war. By the time the United States created its Navy in 1775, it was known as the “wardroom.” A “mess” is a Navy term for a group of people gathered together to eat.
What do Navy sailors call each other?
In the navies of English-speaking nations (and the United States Coast Guard), the term “shipmate” is used among sailors as a generic moniker. It is used in the third person by a member of a ship’s crew to describe another member, or in the second person when referring to any other Naval service member.
Can you drink on Royal Navy ships?
You can still get alcohol (usually beer) on board Royal Navy ships but you officially have to stop drinking within 8 hours of your next shift or watch. The Royal Navy doesn’t promote drinking but then neither does it restrict it when ashore.
Do Navy officers get their own room?
Originally Answered: Do officers in the Navy sleep on the racks with the enlisted personnel while on deployment in an aircraft carrier or somewhere else? No. They have their own staterooms. Junior officers are normally berthed several to a larger stateroom, and senior officers normally get their own private staterooms.
Can a girlfriend live on army base?
No. You cannot be assigned housing for a family without dependents. And no one can live in your quarters who is not a dependent. Unless you are married she will not be recognized as your dependent.
Is there WIFI on Navy ships?
The U.S. Navy is outfitting its ships with unclassified wireless networks that will allow sailors and marines to move around a vessel with laptops and personal digital assistants. The program enhances personnel efficiency and saves the expense and time required to install wiring and network connection points on ships.
Where do pilots sleep on aircraft carriers?
Pilots have resting cabins where they can sleep on long-haul flights. The cabins are usually located behind the cockpit and above first class. The small sleeping area typically contains a lie-flat bed, reclining seats, and sometimes a TV and bathroom.
Are Pilots rich?
(Most) pilots aren’t rich. But if they’re lucky, they’ll have enough, which should be good enough for any pilot wife, too. If you’re going through it right now, if you’re feeling the pinch and feel like there’s no way out, take heart, because you are not alone. The aviation industry is looking up, and there’s hope.
Do fighter pilots wear diapers?
Some have a “relief tube” that they pee into (sometimes attached to a venturi on the outside of the aircraft that causes a bit of suction), others provide the pilot with a jar, one can use a package of absorbent material (commonly known as a “piddle pack”), and in some case they wear a diaper.
Who has the best fighter jet in the world?
With this in mind, let us count down the top 10 most advanced jet fighter in 2020!Dassault Rafale. McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle. JF-17 Thunder. HAL Tejas Fighter Jet. Eurofighter Typhoon. Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor. Mitsubishi X-2 Shinshin. Shenyang FC-31.