This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. Names for Navy ships are chosen in accordance with rules prescribed by Congress. Rules for giving certain types of names to certain types of Navy ships have evolved over time. There have been exceptions to the NavyAis ship-naming rules, esp. for the purpose of naming a ship for a person when the rule for that type of ship would have called for it to be named for something else. Some observers in recent years have perceived a breakdown in, or corruption of, the rules for naming Navy ships. Contents of this report: (1) Authority for Naming Ships; NavyAis Process for Selecting Names; Naming Rules for Ship Types; Ships Named for Living Persons; PublicAis Role in Naming Ships; CongressAis Role in Naming Ships; (2) Activity in the 111th Cong.The text of H.Res. 1505 was not available on the Legislative Information Service ( LIS) as of the morning of July 2, 2010. H.Res. 1022 (Congratulating the Navy for Naming a Naval Ship for Medgar Evers) H.Res. 1022, introduced on January 20, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Navy Ship Names|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2011-01|