JLBC Naval Terms
Loose from towline or moorings
Referring to the stern of a vessel
All members of a command
Any place outside of a JLBC Corps installation, Resume former activity
Said of the anchor, as soon as it has broken away from and is no longer fastened to the bottom.
Required official acknowledgment of an order, meaning I have received, understood and will carry out the order. To make it fast and secure, as in "Belay the line," Downstairs: lower deck.
Take out of stock, or prepare for use
A place of confinement, a prison
The front portion of a ship
The portion of a ship's structure from which it is controlled when underway
A portable walkway from the pier to the ship's quarterdeck
The order to resume previous activity
A receipt or authorization; a piece of paper
The main deck of a boat at the stern
The upper deck at the bow on which the ground tackles is located.
Shipboard kitchen of a mess hall; mobile field mess
An opening in the rail giving access to the ship
An amphibious ship
The place aboard the ship where ice cream and candy are sold. Door or doorway
Toilet or bathroom.
Absence of enlisted from the ship or command. Ceiling
To strengthen or tidy up.
The ceremonial location aboard the ship when the ship is moored or at anchor
As You Were
Aye Aye Sir
Non- commissioned Officer
A JLBC Corps NCO