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In 1954, he returned to inactive duty until 1955, whereupon he returned to active duty and transferred to the Regular Navy.
By then he had been designated an ensign in the regular Navy with a date of 1 June 1951.
Iran's regular navy on Tuesday ended a 10-day drill in the waters off the Strait, dubbed "Velayat 90.
Two months later, Hancock became one of the first female officers sworn into the regular Navy and guided the WAVES through a time of expansion in the early 1950s.
The military reorganization launched in 2007 transfers responsibility for the Gulf from the regular navy to the elite Guards' naval force, which has an arsenal of small, high-speed boats and cruise missiles, said the study by the US Office of Naval Intelligence.
Iran's regular navy is comparatively small, comprising three frigates, two corvettes, and three "kilo" class submarines.
He said that "responsibility to defend" the Gulf had been delegated to the Guards' navy, while the regular navy would operate in the Sea of Oman, outside the Gulf and in the landlocked Caspian Sea.
After I was turned down for pilot training by both the Army and the Navy because of low blood pressure, I enlisted in the regular Navy and landed in boot camp at Newport in February 1942 as a seaman second-class.