I saw this quiz on BBC and got 29 out of 30. I wasn't in the Navy but the Marine Corps uses a lot of the same jargon.
30-30, Dad would be proud.
Way to go, Diego!!
28 out of 30!
The head one got me lol. Also blue nose, but that one was a case of "obvious answer is obvious/obvious answer is not obvious" mix-up..
Ha Ha!! There were a couple tricky ones.
Actually I got through it in like 2 minutes :P but yeah it was fun
27 out of 30!
Not bad for a landlubber. Ha!
That's exactly what I was thinking. lol I did have a brother who was in the Navy.
26/30 not bad for not being in navy or marine or millitary at all
26 out of 30
Good job Jan!
29 out of 30. Although both my father and brother were in the Navy, a lot of the lingo I probably learned from watching movies...and my own time on a boat.
I agree a lot could be picked up from movies.
I was just a grunt myself but those damn ice cream eating swabbies cheated at Poker!!!
28 out of 30.
Yep. You can't trust them squids. 🤣
29 out of 30!
I guessed wrong on "blue nose".
Better than brown nose. Ha!
Got ‘em all. Brig (jail) is another term both the Navy and USMC use. That’s the stockade to the Army and USAF.
30 out of 30!
I guessed at "What might you call an aircraft carrier?" and the question about "blue nose"
I gave up when I found out they don't actually call the boats "battleships". I don't even care what they call them instead.
I got 3 wrong.I know nothing about Navy.It's really a common sense thing.