We also have a Battleship-themed word search you can print out and complete at home!
Are you a 17-year-old whose parents signed permission for you to join the Navy? You’ve just been assigned to the mighty, brand-new USS NORTH CAROLINA? Well, you might want to scroll through “Welcome Aboard Shipmates” to learn something about your new life in the Navy – the proper words, the types of jobs, the clothes, how the Battleship is organized, and get a peek at your new home! Watch the video below or click here to download Power Point slides.
LINKS FROM FINAL SLIDE
For a complete list of modern-day Naval jobs: https://www.military.com/join-armed-forces/navy-jobs.html
Battleship North Carolina website: https://www.battleshipnc.com
SHIP SPEAK: HANDS-ON FUN FOR SCHOOL GROUPS AND CAMPS
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Designed for elementary school age students, the 45-minute hands-on program is available on weekdays. We focus on hands-on interaction with shipboard communication devices:
Sound-powered Phones, Rotary Dial Phones, Semaphore Flags, Signal Flags, Morse Code, Vintage (manual) Typewriters, V-mail, Stencil Machine, Graphotype, Plus the Kingfisher simulator!
Children also learn how to board the Ship the U.S. Navy way!
- Program is design for grades K-6.
- Offered Monday through Friday, 9am to 3pm.
- Limited to groups of 45.
- Fee of $100.00 per program.
- Program lasts approximately 45 minutes.
To reserve or inquire about a program contact Kim Sincox, Museum Services Director, or call 910-399-9113.