Vigilant can refer to:
- HMRC Vigilant, two ships, and a number of cutters, of the British HM Customs and Excise
- HMC Vigilant, customs cutter of HM Customs and Excise
- HMS Vigilant, a number of ships of the British Royal Navy
- Vigilant (S 618), a French-navy ballistic missile submarine
- Vickers Vigilant, an anti-tank guided missile
- Vigilant (yacht), the winner of the 1893 America's Cup yacht race
- Grob Vigilant, a glider manufactured by Grob Aerospace of Mindelheim Mattsies of Germany
- CGS Vigilant, armed 3rd class cruiser and Great Lakes Fisheries protection vessel
- Vigilant (missile), a British anti-tank missile of the 1960s.
Other articles related to "vigilant":
... The Techno-Sud Vigilant is a small UAV helicopter developed in France in the 1990s for reconnaissance and surveillance applications ... The Vigilant is marketed by Thales, and is being sold to both military and civilian users ...
... the player character escorting a ship called the Vigilant, sailing from the Sword Coast to Samarach ... One of the other passengers of the Vigilant, the bard Volothamp "Volo" Geddarm, claims to speak the goblin tongue but inadvertently insults the goblins and instigates a battle ... the recipient of the goods traveling aboard the waylaid Vigilant ...
... The animals on the outside of the group will be vigilant, while those on the inside forage ... A cheater may emerge in groups with vigilant animals ... group switches between foraging and being vigilant ...
... The Stinson Vigilant was used in diverse roles such as towing training gliders, artillery spotting, liaison, emergency rescue, transporting supplies and special ... The RAF designated the aircraft the Vigilant Mk I and Vigilant Mk II respectively ... Harry Crerar, Commander of the First Canadian Army in Europe during World War II, maintained a Vigilant for his personal use ...
... A stork, crane or the like standing on one leg may be called vigilant or in its vigilance (e.g ... volant (wings addorsed and elevated) Stork vigilant ...
Famous quotes containing the word vigilant:
“The only free road, the Underground Railroad, is owned and managed by the Vigilant Committee. They have tunneled under the whole breadth of the land.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“You are the current of the frozen stream,
Shadow invisible, ambushed and vigilant flame.”
—Allen Tate (18991979)
“I am as vigilant as a cat to steal cream.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)