Marine Navigation Workbook: Piloting and Celestial and Electronic Navigation

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Naval Institute Press, 1990 - History - 404 pages
This highly regarded reference has trained more than two generations of students on the practice of marine navigation in the U.S. Navy. All aspects of the duties, practices, and responsibilities of the Navy surface navigator at sea are covered. Long praised for its clarity and diligence.

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About the author (1990)

Cdr. Richard Hobbs, USNR (Ret.) has been involved with the Navy's NJROTC program for more than thirty years as a writer or editor of many of its instructional textbooks and other materials. A 1966 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and twenty-year veteran high school science teacher, Commander Hobbs has also written the widely acclaimed Marine Navigation. He resides in Maryland and in Florida.

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