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  2. East Coast Naval Base - Wikipedia

    East Coast Naval Base [3] ( Swedish: Ostkustens marinbas, MarinB O) was a Swedish Navy command body which operated in various forms between the years 1928 and 2004. It was located in Stockholm from 1928 to 1966 and then in Haninge Municipality from 1966 to 2004. Contents 1 History 2 Heraldry and traditions 2.1 Flag 2.2 Coat of arms 2.3 Medals

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  4. List of United States Navy installations - Wikipedia

    List of major active US Navy bases, stations and other facilities. Contents 1 Within the United States 1.1 California 1.2 Connecticut 1.3 Florida 1.4 Georgia 1.5 Hawaii 1.6 Illinois 1.7 Indiana 1.8 Louisiana 1.9 Maine 1.10 Maryland 1.11 Mississippi 1.12 Nevada 1.13 New Jersey 1.14 New Mexico 1.15 New York 1.16 North Dakota 1.17 Pennsylvania

  5. Eastern Naval Command - Wikipedia

    The FOC-in-C (East) is the submarine operating authority, under whom COMCOS (E) operates. The 11th ( Sindhughosh class submarine) and 8th ( Foxtrot class) Submarine Squadrons operate under COMCOS (E). INS Virbahu, a submarine base commissioned on 19 May 1971, is the alma mater of the Indian Navy submariners.

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    Outlook on the web (previously known as Exchange Web Connect, Outlook Web Access, and Outlook Web App) is a personal information manager web app from Microsoft. It includes a web-based email client, a calendar tool, a contact manager, and a task manager.

  7. List of United States Navy aircraft squadrons - Wikipedia

    Deactivated or disestablished squadrons are listed in the List of inactive United States Navy aircraft squadrons . Navy aircraft squadrons are composed of several aircraft (from as few as about four to as many as about a dozen), the officers who fly them, the officers and sailors who maintain them and administrative support officers and sailors.

  8. Coastal Forces of the Royal Navy - Wikipedia

    Royal Navy Coastal Forces craft operated mainly in the English Channel and North Sea waters. They were also based in Malta, The 1st & 3rd MTB Flotillas, Numbers 01-06 & 14-19, and HMS Tamar, Hong Kong, the 2nd MTB Flotilla, numbers 07-12, 26 & 27. On 19 December 1941 MTB 07 led the attack on Japanese landing craft in Kowloon Harbour, Hong Kong ...