Navy Recruiting Station Cleburne, Tx

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DEP MEETING 20110407
04/08/2011

DEP MEETING 20110407

03/28/2011

SUIT: Nautical term, dating from at least the early 1600s, meaning the outfit of sails used by a ship. The term was revived after World War II, when a Navy ship’s complement of electronics could be referred to as its electronics suit, and its total armament might be called its weapons suit. The word is sometimes incorrectly spelled “suite.”

03/23/2011

Active Duty/Former Sailors: What is favorite aspect of the Navy this far?
Future Sailors: What do you look forward to the Most?

03/14/2011

WILDCAT: That portion of a windlass that engages the links of the anchor chain so the anchor can be heaved in

10/19/2010

Port and Starboard

09/27/2010

Down the hatch. Here’s a drinking expression that seems to have its origins in sea freight, where cargoes are lowered into the hatch. First used by seamen, it has only been traced back to the turn of the century.

09/21/2010

LUCKY BAG: Locker under the charge of the master-at-arms and used to stow gear found adrift and deserter’s effects.

09/14/2010

Thank you to Everyone that participated in the meeting with the new Zone Supervisor, NC1 Murray! He had great things to say about our Future Sailors.

09/13/2010

MONKEY FIST: A complicated knot worked into the end of a heaving line to provide weight.

09/09/2010

MIND YOUR RUDDER. An order to the helmsman to steer the proper course.

09/02/2010

Marlinspike Seamanship: The art of caring for and handling all types of line and wire.

08/16/2010

QOD: Future Sailors- What are you looking forward to the most of out your Navy career?
Current Sailors- What have you enjoyed the most about your Navy Career?

08/10/2010

AMIDSHIPS. An indefinite area midway between the bow and the stern. Rudder amidships means that the rudder is in line with the ship’s centerline.

07/27/2010

Log Books.

07/21/2010

What does Honor mean to you?

07/21/2010

Jacob's Ladder

06/30/2010

Independence Day

06/29/2010

The ship was constructed in the North End from 1794 to 1797 at a cost of $302,718, using bolts, spikes, and other fittings from Paul Revere's foundry. What ship am I?

06/17/2010

Between the Devil and the Deep. In wooden ships, the "devil" was the longest seam of the ship. It ran from the bow to the stern. When at sea and the "devil" had to be caulked, the sailor sat in a bo'sun's chair to do so. He was suspended between the "devil" and the sea and the "deep" and a very precarious position, especially when the ship was underway.

06/15/2010

Ahoy. This old traditional greeting for hailing other vessels was originally a Viking battle cry.

05/13/2010

QOD: Who is the only Aviation Ordinanceman to be awarded the Medal of Honor?

May 2010 DEP MEETING
05/07/2010

May 2010 DEP MEETING

05/06/2010

Today's Dep Meeting: Be here at NRS Cleburne by 1700 in PT Gear. We are going over to the Cleburne Fire Station for some Fire Fighting Traning!

04/29/2010

What's your favorite activity to do at the DEP meetings?

04/26/2010

Bamboozle. In today's Navy, when you intentionally deceive someone, usually as a joke, you are said to have bamboozled them. The word was used in the days of sail also, but the intent was not hilarity. Bamboozle meant to deceive a passing vessel as to your ship's origin or nationality by flying an ensign other than your own -- a common practice of pirates.

04/21/2010

Question of the Day (QOD): What date and year of the Navy's Birthday?

04/14/2010

For Future Sailors and Active Duty...What was the first Nuclear Submarine for the US NAVY?

04/12/2010

AT VARIOUS TIMES DURING THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR THE US NAVY HAD 56 VESSELS. WHAT IS THE PEAK NUMBER OF VESSELS OPERATING AT ANY ONE TIME? A)45 B)32 C)27 D)15

04/08/2010

BM3 Moseley please post your link on the page that was on the news. I would like to share that with everyone.

04/07/2010

For those of you that are Active or Reserve and have photos/videos email them to me so I can attach them to the page for other to look at.

04/06/2010

Welcome to Navy Recruiting Station Cleburne, Tx!

Address

605 N Nolan River Rd
Cleburne, TX
76031

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HTC Justin Davis-817-357-0453 AOC John Coble-817-357-0211 ABF1 Apollo Morse-817-357-9460 STG1 Jody Barnes-817-357-2963

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Monday 09:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 18:00
Thursday 09:00 - 18:00
Friday 09:00 - 18:00

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(817) 645-6255

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