sea bag


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sea bag

n
1. (Nautical Terms) a canvas bag, closed by a line threaded through grommets at the top, used by a seaman for his belongings
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The water-breakers and grub-boxes from all the other boats were likewise missing, as were the beds and sea bags of the two men.
In just a few blocks we will hear a sound like a full sea bag tumbling down a ship's ladder, a soldier in cammies with one leg torqued on the bottom step of an outdoor staircase, the other flopped at a wrong angle on the sidewalk, a dark pool spreading beneath his gashed neck.
Aside from a brief hiatus, this piece would become a mainstay of the enlisted Sailor's sea bag for more than 100 years.
The first week in June had finally arrived in Iowa, and Doc's vintage canvas sea bag was so stuffed it looked like an olive green Met Life blimp.
"Navy leadership's goal has always been to ensure our Sailors receive their full entitlement and no one is financially burdened when meeting sea bag requirements," explained Vice Adm.
He was in his military fatigues with sea bag in hand; I was crying and unable to talk.
This lets me get away with carrying 10 stands compactly in an old sea bag.
She was still in the hospital holding their second child when he left with his sea bag over his shoulder.
"I think one of the best things about replacing all these uniforms with one versatile one is that it will lighten your typical Sailor's sea bag load significantly," Schanche added.
Darryl took the flag from his boat, folded it and stuck it in his sea bag. It stayed there through his three years in Vietnam and until just before his son left to join the Air Force.
The towel, which Frette calls Sea Bag, comes in natural and white, and has a retail price of $125.