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What does HN stand for?

HN stands for Hospitalman (USN Rating)

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Coast Guard ships at the Renaissance Center, Port Authority and Nicholson Terminal include: * US Brig Niagara : A Tall Ship replica of the original that played a decisive role in the Battle of Lake Erie (Renaissance Center) * USS Hurricane : The third Cyclone-class patrol coastal ship, commissioned in 1993 (Port Authority) * USCGC Katmai Bay : A 140-foot Bay-class icebreaking tug used for Homeland Security patrols and law enforcement (Port Authority) * USS De Wert : A Navy Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigate named after Hospitalman Richard De Wert, posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his heroism while serving with the 7[sup.
A US Marine and a Navy medic were killed by a US drone strike in April because Marine commanders in Afghanistan mistook them for Taliban fighters, the Los Angeles Times were not aware that analysts watching live video of the firefight, 26, Navy medic Hospitalman Benjamin Rast, 23, and another Marine separated from their platoon and took cover behind a hedgerow report said.
Hospitalman Geovani Padilla Aleman, 20, died Sunday of injuries suffered from enemy action in Al Anbar Province.
Not your typical ship's mess, "Eddie's," named in honor of the ship's namesake Hospitalman 3rd Class Edward Benfold, features three plasma screen televisions including one 60-inch screen, California-themed artwork and a popcorn machine.
Byline: Ross Reyburn Three famous American women: Arnold Newman's serene 1949 study of painter Grandma Moses in her Eagle Bridge farmhouse near New York, Navy Hospitalman Second Class David Geary's photograph of Marilyn Monroe singing to picture-snapping American troops in Korea in 1954 and Genevieve Naylor's 1955 shot of America's first black tennis star, Althea Gibson, pictured with Harlem youngsters in 1955.