Navy questions This is a list of recently added questions about navy. Play navy quiz and see all the questions. Where was this photo taken?At the British Royal Navy ship. Since 1864 the White Ensign has been reserved to the Royal Navy. British yachts owned by members of the Royal Yacht Squadron are authorised to apply for a permit to wear this ensign.Created by: globalquiz.orgRoyal Navy riddles »average 61% at the British commerce shipat the British commerce ship984at the British Royal Navy shipat the British Royal Navy ship4727at the Canadian shipat the Canadian ship680in the Tower of Londonin the Tower of London1344 Both of these ships have Union Flag in the upper left corner of their banners, but one of the ensigns is red, while the other is blue. Why?Red is a civillian ship, blue is authorised by the Admirality. A British ensign in British maritime law may have with either a red, white or blue field, dependent on whether the vessel is civilian, naval, or in a special category. These are known as the red, white, and blue ensigns respectively.Created by: globalquiz.orgsailing riddles »very hard 35% red is a civillian ship, blue is authorised by the Admiralityred is a civillian ship, blue is authorised by the Admirality108red is British, Blue is Australianred is British, Blue is Australian86red is East India Companyred is East India Company59red is a flagshipred is a flagship49 What is the Morse code for SOS?...---... The SOS signal was first adopted by the German government in 1905, and became the worldwide standard in 1908. There is no meaning behind SOS letters, they were chosen as easy to recognize.Created by: globalquiz.orgalphabets riddles »hard 57% .-.-..-.-.628...---......---...2619-.-.--.-.-512---...------...---762 What is inside the two interesting towers of this ship?Radars. USS San Antonio, the lead ship of her class of amphibious transport dock, is designed to deliver up to 800 Marines ashore. As the vessel incorporates stealth features, its major antennas are mounted on platforms inside two Advanced Enclosed Mast/Sensor systems rather than on traditional mast yardarms.Created by: Supardi Siswantoarmy riddles »average 61% echosounding equipmentechosounding equipment1041radarsradars5419missile launchersmissile launchers1342drillsdrills1002 What kind of ships have typically the longest lifespan?Great Lakes freighters. Since the freshwater lakes are less corrosive to ship than the salt water of the oceans, many of the Lakers remain in service for long periods and the fleet has a much higher average age than the ocean-going fleet. The St. Mary's Challenger, built in 1906, is currently the oldest boat on active duty on the Lakes.Created by: Shankar Kumarlakes riddles »hard 51% Ocean tankersOcean tankers1747Ocean passenger shipsOcean passenger ships612Aircraft carriersAircraft carriers907Great Lakes freightersGreat Lakes freighters3531 Which landlocked country has the largest navy?Bolivia. Although Bolivia has been landlocked since the War of the Pacific in 1879, it still maintains its navy, which patrols Lake Titicaca and Bolivia's larger rivers. The Navy serves as a symbol that the country has not given up on regaining its lost access to the sea. As of 2008, the Bolivian Naval Force had approximately 5,000 personnel.Created by: globalquiz.orgBolivia riddles »very hard 39% MongoliaMongolia522AustriaAustria1022ParaguayParaguay1342BoliviaBolivia1915 Which country took part in the largest naval conflict since World War II? United Kingdom. The Falklands War was the largest naval conflict after 1945. All other major wars after World War II (Korea, Vietnam, Iraq etc.) were fought on land.Created by: Kinga Hnaval warfare riddles »average 63% United KingdomUnited Kingdom9382United StatesUnited States3652Soviet UnionSoviet Union1238FranceFrance403 The USS Enterprise is a ship with the largest number of nuclear reactors. How many does she have?8. Most American aircraft carriers are powered by two reactors. The only exception was the early-constructed USS Enterprise, having an eight-reactor propulsion design, with each A2W reactor taking the place of one of the conventional boilers in earlier constructions. Enterprise was meant to be the first of a class of six, but construction costs ballooned and the remaining vessels were never laid down. The design was replaced by two-reactor Nimitz class.Created by: globalquiz.orgnuclear power riddles »very hard 37% 1111722612441731881499 What is the main reason to use nuclear reactor on a submarine?It needs no oxygen. Nuclear reactor requires no oxygen for combustion and emits no exhaust gas. It gives the submarine the ability to operate submerged at high speeds, for unlimited periods, dependent only on the endurance of its crew. Nuclear power revolutionized the submarine, finally making it a true "underwater" vessel, rather than a "submersible" craft.Created by: Riho Ishiiweaponry riddles »very hard 33% it needs no oxygenit needs no oxygen1032it needs no frequent refuellingit needs no frequent refuelling1124it is silentit is silent841it is smallit is small74 Which country mass-produced speedboats packed with explosives as a weapon during WW2?Japan. The Shinyo ("Sea Quake") were Japanese suicide boats, driven by one man, to speeds of around 30 kn (56 km/h; 35 mph). Around 6,200 Shinyo were produced for the Imperial Japanese Navy and stored on the coast of Japan for the ultimate defense against the invasion of the Home Islands. Only a small number of them were used in action in the Phillipines and Okinawa, sinking some gunboats and auxiliary ships.Created by: Cleohistory of Japan riddles »average 68% GermanyGermany2604RussiaRussia1413JapanJapan12533ItalyItaly1766 Play navy quiz and see all the questions.