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  Ship naming and launching - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ship launchings in the Ottoman Empire were accompanied by prayers to Allah, the sacrifice of sheep, and appropriate feasting.
French ship launchings and christenings in the 18th and early 19th centuries were accompanied by unique rites closely resembling marriage and baptismal ceremonies.
The "side launch," whereby the ship enters the water broadside, came into 19th-century use on inland waters, rivers, and lakes, and was given major impetus by the World War II building program.
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 Ship commissioning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ship naming and launching are the inseparable elements which endow a ship hull with her identity.
When a captain of this period in our history determined that his new ship was ready to take to sea, he mustered the crew on deck, read his orders, broke the national ensign and distinctive commissioning pennant, caused the watch to be set, and the first entry to be made in the log.
Regardless of the type of ship, the brief but impressive commissioning ceremony completes the cycle from christening and launching to full status as a warship of her nation.
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 Baptism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
One ecumenical statement prepared by representatives across a spectrum of Christians, Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Protestants traditions of Christianity, attempts to express a common understanding of baptism, as it is derived from the New Testament.
Baptist groups derive their name either from the restrictions that they traditionally place on the mode and subjects of the ordinance of baptism or from a shortening of the term Anabaptist which means to rebaptize.
As stated in Acts 2:38, baptism is performed in the name of "The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit".
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 Ship naming and launching
"In the name of the United States I christen thee," proclaims the sponsor while she shatters the ceremonial bottle of champagne against the gleaming bow of a new ship towering above her.
As if the sponsor's very words have injected a spark of life, the ship begins to move slowly from the security of the building way to the water environment where she will play her destined role for the defense of the United States.
When a woman accepts the Secretary of the Navy's invitation to sponsor a new ship, she has agreed to stand as the central figure in an event with a heritage reaching backward into the dim recesses of recorded history.
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 Project Liberty Ship
As part of the idea, they promised to build a Liberty ship in record time, and not knowing that ships could not be named for living persons, they planned to name it "Philip Murray" in honor of the president of the CIO.
Named for the first senator from North Carolina, the HAWKINS was launched thirty-nine days after her keel was laid, a new Atlantic Coast record.
As this launching was not part of the Labor Day program, only the approximately 15,000 workers in the yard at the time witnessed it.
www.liberty-ship.com /html/brown/launching.html   (855 words)

 BAPTISM FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
At the end of his recorded ministry, Jesus charged the Apostles to baptize "in the name of Father, Son and Holy Spirit" in the Great_Commission (Matthew 28:19), which has become the common formula for baptizing.
The Apostles are recorded baptizing only in the name of Jesus in the Book_of_Acts (Acts 2:38; 8:16; 10:48; 19:5) - a fact which figures prominently among groups who reject the trinitarian_formula.
Both the Catholic, Orthodox, and Anglican churches practice a triple baptism in the name of the Holy Trinity.
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 USS Gudgeon (SS 567)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Armament: 8 x 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes USS Gudgeon (SS/AGSS/SSAG-567), a Tang class submarine submarine, was the second ship of the United States Navy to be named for the gudgeon, a species of small fresh-water minnow.
She was ship naming and launching on 11 June 1952 sponsored by Mrs.
The ship was cut in half and an 18 foot (5 m) section was added during a conversion which gave the submarine new and larger engines as well as the PUFFS passive sonar installation.
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 STAR WARS: Warships of the Empire: Catalogue
In those cases, the known ship's name is provisionally used to label the entire class, in lieu of the name of the original lead vessel.
Labelling of this ship as a “cruiser“ is an obvious misnomer since it is distinctly inferior to a mere destroyer in firepower and size; this “cruiser” label is probably best interpreted in terms of a civilian cruiser (a liner or passenger ship of some kind).
The ship was commanded by Wedge Antilles' childhood nemesis Captain Loka Hask, a former pirate responsible for the manslaughter of Antilles' parents.
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 Digital Norseman: BC Viking Ship Project
This picture shows our Viking Ship at the Unveiling Ceremony when it was rolled out of the boat shed and unveiled during the Scandinavian Midsummer Fest on June 23, 2001 at the Scandinavian Center.
The Gokstad ship is about 80 feet in length and several full-sized and scaled replicas have been built.
The Viking Ship "Munin" was launched July 7, 2001 in Vanier Park close by the Vancouver Maritime Museum.
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 Digital Norseman: BCVSP Viking Ship Launch Ceremony Pictures
The activity at the launching ramp quickly drew a lot of attention even if it was still early in the day's program.
The perma-grin stayed on as the Ship righted itself and the rescue rangers pulled her in.
The launch crew was dressed for the occasion - most of them anyway - and followed "Munin" into the water.
www.digitalnorseman.com /bcvsp/launch.html   (2451 words)

 CNN.com - Transcripts
Eastern time and she will do the naming, which, of course, is the traditional champagne bottle smashed against the side.
I mean launching this huge cruise ship to go from Britain, I think to Florida will be the main route, across the Atlantic, carrying people paying a huge amount of money.
But the cruise ship industry, I think reflecting what we're seeing in most travel industries at the moment, is that despite all the terror alerts, despite all the security and those issues, people are still traveling.
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The lead ship of the class, USS SEAWOLF (SSN-21), was commissioned in July 1997, representing the culmination of 15 years of effort to field the first new top-to-bottom U.S. attack submarine designed since the early 1970s.
The required modifications has delayed her launching and scheduled delivery by approximately 32 months, until February 2005, when the ship will be commissioned.
The naming of the submarine USS JIMMY CARTER (SSN-23) followed the recommendation of military historian Mr.
www.submarinehistory.com /JimmyCarter.html   (575 words)

 Baptism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
One ecumenismecumenical/ statement prepared by representatives across a spectrum of Christians, Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Protestants traditions of Christianity, attempts to express a common understanding of baptism, as it is derived from the New Testament.
Although the rite is usually associated with Christianity, evidence of forms of baptism has appeared in many cultures, including ancient Egyptian, Hebrew, Jewish, Babylonian, Maya civilizationMaya and Japanese cultures, although such evidence is typically archaeologyarchaeological/ and descriptive in nature, rather than currently performed.
England's rise to the higher echelons of world cricket was recognised at the International Cricket Council player of the year awards with Andrew Flintoff and Kevin Pietersen picking up the main honours.
www.infothis.com /find/Baptism   (2816 words)

 Ship commissioning   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
It is required that no Time be lost in carrying the Ship into deep water, taking on board her Cannon, Ammunition, Water, Provisions & Stores of every kind -- completing what work is yet to be done shipping her Complement of Seamen and Marines, and preparing her in every respect for Sea...
Whether for a massive nuclear aircraft carrier, destroyer, submarine, or amphibious type, the brief but impressive commissioning ceremony completes the cycle from christening and launching to full status as a ship of the United States Navy.
Now, regardless of size and mission, the vessel and her crew stand ready to take their place in America’s historic heritage of the sea.
www.city-search.org /sh/ship-commissioning.html   (1163 words)

 USS Nautilus (SSN-571)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Authorized by the Congress in July 1951, her keel was laid at the General DynamicsElectric Boat Division, Groton, Connecticut by the Honorable Harry S. Truman, President of the United States, on June 14, 1952, at the Electric Boat Division of General Dynamics Corporation in Groton, Connecticut.
She submerged in the Barrow Sea Valley on 1 August and on 3 August, at 2315 (EDST) she became the first ship to reach the geographic North Pole.
The historic ship Nautilus attracts some 250,000 visitors annually to her present berth near the United States Naval Submarine Base New London, at Groton's Submarine Force Library and Museum in Groton Connecticut.
www.infothis.com /find/USS_Nautilus_(SSN-571)   (1111 words)

 Science Fair Projects - Ship naming and launching
Science Fair Projects - Ship naming and launching
Two fryers and an attendant went into the vessel, and kneeling down prayed halfe an houre, and layd their hands on every mast, and other places of the vessel, and sprinkled her all over with holy water.
As the 19th century progressed, we see that American ship launchings continued to be festive occasions, but with no set ritual except that the sponsor or sponsors used some "christening fluid" as the ship received her name.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/Ship_naming_and_launching   (1981 words)

 Launching - findnice.net
Launching Facility by Jules Verne from From the Earth to the Moon
Launching Pad Drive-In, On Historic Route 66 in Wilmington, Illinois 810 E. Baltimore St./Rte.
Launching of NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON Oct. 17, 2003 VADM Conrad C. Lautenbacher Jr.
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The Commissioning Ceremony signifies the acceptance for service and entry of a ship into the active fleet of the United States Navy.  At the moment of breaking the commissioning pennant, LOS ANGELES (SSN-688) became, as any proud ship of the line, USS LOS ANGELES (SSN-688).
The commissioning pennant has for centuries been the symbol of the man-of-war.  Today, as the distinctive mark of a ship in commission, it is flown, except when displaced by the personal flag of an admiral or commodore embarked aboard the ship. 
The modern commissioning ceremony is devoid of the ancient pagan rituals which were instituted to ward off evil spirits and seafaring denizens.  We, as a professional Navy, have outgrown these primitive superstitions.
www.submarinehistory.com /USSLosAngelesCommissioning.html   (137 words)

 Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame -- Advisory Board
They were a team for over 50 years, helping to form Bantam Books in 1945, launching their own firm, Ballantine Books, in 1952 and becoming freelance consulting editors/publishers in the 1970s.
He won an Emmy for his teleplay The Halloween Tree, and considers one his greatest honors the naming by an Apollo astronaut of a crater on the moon after one of his novels, Dandelion Crater.
Trimble and her husband John have also founded and directed many advocacy campaigns, from 'Save Star Trek,' to naming the first space shuttle "Enterprise." She started the first art show at World Science Fiction Convention (Worldcon) in 1960, and originated the Futuristic Fashion Show so popular with costume designers.
www.sfhomeworld.org /about/board.asp   (3560 words)

 Shipping Wine : Boats and Shipping   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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See live article   Ship naming and launching The ceremonies involved in 'naming and launching' naval ships are based in traditions thousands of years old.
"In the name of the United States I christen thee," proclaims the sponsor while she shatters the ceremonial bottle of champagne against the gleaming bow of...
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 Ahoy - Mac's Web Log-Letters-Queen Mary 2 namesake?
Queen Mary 2, is the second Cunard Liner to carry that name.
Queen Elizabeth carried on this tradition by naming and launching the Cunard liner Queen Elizabeth 2 in 1967.
All rights of publicity of the individuals named herein are expressly reserved, and, should be respected consistent with the reverence in which this memorial site was established.
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 Ship In A Bottle : Boats and Shipping   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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 BC Viking Ship Launch
Scandinavian ambassadors and people from BCVSP and the Maritime Museum held speeches before the launch.
After a while they are getting their horns filled with mead to throw on the ship for the christening.
During the christening of the ship there was a big media interest.
www.vikingart.com /Events/Archive/Ship_Launch.htm   (216 words)

 Battleship cup   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The "red pegs" must be arranged in Battleship fashion: there must be a three cup "battleship", a two cup "submarine", and a one cup "dingy".
The ship later won the American Defense Cup— presented by the American...
Imagine the classic game of Battleship where your opponent's ships are hidden...
www.lookgames.net /battleship-cup.html   (1473 words)

 Cover Pages: XML Papers 1998
XMetal, scheduled to ship in March, is one of the few authoring tools that provide features to speed up the process of writing in Extensible Markup Language." See also the SoftQuad Software press release, "SoftQuad Software Inc. Announces XMetaL, Latest XML/SGML Content Authoring Tool.
This launching capability may confuse users at first because "opening" the file may result in seeing the file in a view pane or starting up the authoring program with the file in a window.
The Java PGML viewer is the first Java implementation of the Adobe imaging model, which also underlies Adobe PostScript, PDF and the Acrobat viewer." See details in the IBM press release.
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 Cox & Forkum: October 2004 Archives
Deposing terrorist-sponsoring regimes and establishing free countries in their place is a crucial element of the war on terror, and Bush is to be commended (and supported) for launching a long overdue offensive.
It goes further, naming Islamofascists as the enemy, briefly recounting their attacks against America over the years, and even listing attacks that have been thwarted in America -- all of which make Moore's claim that "there is no terrorist threat" that much more ridiculous (as if the 9/11 attacks weren't enough to do so).
Instead, Annan has to this day refused even to disclose to the public such basic details as the names of Saddam's contractors or the terms of their deals.
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