Wherever the peace process travels from here, the U.S. no longer is its navigator.
But my favorite story linked—inevitably—the navigator program to ACORN.
The navigator, David Marchant, a larger-than-life figure, had plotted a course to Florida that Nyad and her team trusted.
Fred Noonan, her navigator, was too drunk to operate the equipment.
Somehow Messinger, his copilot, the instructor pilot, and the navigator managed to eject from the airplane carrying the bombs.
"Well, I'll take your word for it," said the navigator of the balloon express.
Neither am I a navigator or a pilot, although I can fly in an emergency.
Fernandez, Juan, a Spanish navigator, discovered the island off the coast of Chile that bears his name; d. in 1576.
He could have smashed Norris to a pulp, and none knew it better than the navigator.
Both pilot and navigator had the honour of knighthood conferred on them at the conclusion of the journey.
1580s, "one who navigates," from Latin navigator "sailor," agent noun from navigat-, stem of navigare (see navigation). Meaning "laborer employed in excavating a canal" is 1775, from sense in inland navigation "communication by canals and rivers" (1727).