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July 18 - United States Navy

Posted: (4 days ago) More than a century later, his body is discovered, exhumed, brought back to the United States under huge fanfare and reburied in a magnificent sarcophagus at the United States Naval Academy. 1813 During the War of 1812, the frigate, USS President, commanded by John Rodgers, sinks the British brig, HMS Daphne, off the Irish coast.

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This Day in Naval History - July 18

Posted: (8 months ago) This Day in Naval History - July 18. Story Number: NNS020715-16 Release Date: 7/15/2002 2:22:00 PM. A A A From Naval History and Heritage Command, Communication and Outreach Division.

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This Day In Naval History - July 18

Posted: (1 months ago) This Day in Naval History - July 18 . July 18, 2007. 1775 - Continental Congress resolves that each colony provide armed vessels. 1779 - Commodore Abraham Whipple's squadron captures 11 prizes in ...

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This Day In Naval History July 18 | Suggested Sites ...

Posted: (1 months ago) This Day in Naval History - July 18. Posted: (7 months ago) This Day in Naval History - July 18. Story Number: NNS020715-16 Release Date: 7/15/2002 2:22:00 PM. A A A From Naval History and Heritage Command, Communication and Outreach Division.

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On This Day in History - July 18, 1792

Posted: (1 months ago) On This Day in History - July 18, 1792 Captain John Paul Jones dies. On this day in history, July 18, 1792, Captain John Paul Jones dies.John Paul Jones was America's first naval hero for his exploits during the American Revolution. He was born in Scotland and began working as a sailor at the age of 13.

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Naval hero John Paul Jones dies in Paris - HISTORY

Posted: (2 days ago) On July 18, 1792, the Revolutionary War naval hero John Paul Jones dies in his Paris apartment, where he was still awaiting a commission as the United States consul to Algiers. Commander Jones ...

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This Day in Naval History - Historic Naval Fiction

Posted: (2 days ago) This Day in Naval History. These pages list the key dates in the history of the sailing navies of the world. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May: Jun. Jul. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. ... This Day in Naval History - July This Day in Naval History - August This Day in Naval History - September This Day in Naval History - October ...

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July 1 - United States Navy

Posted: (4 days ago) USS Constitution is re-commissioned after a four-year, nearly $1 million restoration. The next day, the ship and crew began a three-year, three-coast tour of the U.S., visiting 76 ports and hosting 4.6 million people; the tour, known as the “National Cruise”, was intended to thank U.S. citizens who had supported “Old Ironsides’” restoration.

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This Day in History - What Happened Today - HISTORY

Posted: (2 days ago) Today, some 4 million people visit the park each year to wander its nearly 100 acres, soak up some history and take in the breathtaking views from Saarinen’s gleaming arch.

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What Happened on July 18 - On This Day

Posted: (2 days ago) On this day Franklin Delano Roosevelt was nominated by the Democratic Party in Chicago for an unprecedented third term as President of the United States. July 18, 1940; Weekly Quiz for July 15-21 Test your knowledge of historical events and famous people in our multi-choice, weekly history quiz for July 15-21. Then challenge your friends!

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Historical Events on July 18 - On This Day

Posted: (1 days ago) July in History. Emmeline Pankhurst: Trailblazer for Women's Right To Vote July 15, 1858; Stormy Birth for the House of Windsor July 17, 1917; Franklin Roosevelt – ‘Britain’s Greatest Friend’ July 18, 1940; First Lady Pours Scorn Upon a King July 21, 1776

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On This Day in History, July 18 - Time and Date

Posted: (2 days ago) Deaths On This Day – July 18. 1988 Nico. German singer-songwriter, model, actress. 1918 Princess Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine. 1872 Benito Juárez. Mexican lawyer, politician, 25th President of Mexico. 1817 Jane Austen. English author

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This Day in Naval History - June 18

Posted: (4 months ago) This Day in Naval History - June 18. Story Number: NNS020418-26 Release Date: 4/18/2002 9:35:00 PM. A A A From Naval History and Heritage Command, Communication and Outreach Division ...

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Today in US Military History - The Center for American ...

Posted: (1 days ago) Nearly 100,000 are killed and a million are left homeless in the devastating blaze, making this the deadliest day in human history. 1967: "Pardo's push" Silver Stars Mar. 11. 1862: President Abraham Lincoln fires Gen. George B. McClellan from his post as general-in-chief due to McClellan's unwillingness to attack the Confederate army.

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Australian Naval History on 18 July 1857 | Naval ...

Posted: (2 days ago) / Australian Naval History on 18 July 1857. Australian Naval History on 18 July 1857. July 18, 1857. HMS PELORUS, (screw steam corvette), was commissioned at Plymouth, England, under CAPT Frederick B. P. Seymour, RN. PELORUS was flagship of the Australia Station in 1860, and during that year participated in the Battle of Taranaki in New Zealand ...

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This Day in Naval History - August

Posted: (2 days ago) John Halliday, and HMS Philomel (18), Gardener Henry Guion, repulsed 3 French frigates off Toulon. 1807: HMS Psyche (36), Cptn. Fleetwood Broughton Pellew, and boats at Samarang. 1809: HMS Foxhound Sloop (18) foundered in the Atlantic on her return from Halifax. July : September

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Today in Military History - Strategypage

Posted: (2 days ago) 1017 : Holy Roman Emperor Henry III "the Black" or "The Pious" (1046-1056) 1510 : Francesco Borgia, great-grandson of Pope Alexander VI, later General of the Jesuits, d. 1670 and canonized

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THIS WEEK in Naval History | Navy History | militarynews.com

Posted: (2 days ago) 1944 – Fifth Fleet carrier aircraft begin three-day attack on Japanese shipping and facilities in Visayas, Philippines. 1952 – USS Coral Sea (CVB 43) took Marshall Josip Tito for a one-day cruise in the Adriatic Sea where he was shown flight operations. 1961 – Navy task force sails to aid the Galveston area after Hurricane Carla hits Texas.

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This Day In Aviation History, July

Posted: (1 days ago) July 18. 18 July 1914 (USA) — The Aviation Section of the United States Army Signal Corps is formed in Washington, D.C., with 60 officers, 260 men, and 6 airplanes. 18 July 1914 (Australia) — French pilot, Maurice Guillaux, makes the first official airmail flight in Australia. His cargo includes 1,785 letters, some Lipton's Tea and OT Lemon ...

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This Day In Marine Corps History - USMC Hangout

Posted: (4 days ago) During the 46-day search-and-destroy operation which terminated 18 March, 93 Marines and 693 of the enemy were killed. 2 February 1944: The 4th Marine Division, as part of the first assault on islands controlled by the Japanese before the start of World War II, captured Namur and eight other islands in the Kwajalein Atoll.

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The History Place - This Month in History: July

Posted: (1 days ago) 5 10 15 20 25. July 1. July 1st - Canada Day, a national holiday in Canada, formerly known as Dominion Day, commemorating the confederation of Upper and Lower Canada and some of the Maritime Provinces into the Dominion of Canada on July 1, 1867.. July 1, 1862 - President Abraham Lincoln signed the first income tax bill, levying a 3% income tax on annual incomes of $600-$10,000 and a 5% tax on ...

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This Day In Military History - VetFriends.com

Posted: (2 days ago) What Happened This Day In History. A chronological timetable of historical events that occurred on this day in history. Historical facts of the day in the areas of military, politics, science, music, sports, arts, entertainment and more. Discover what happened today in history. Previous Next Go 1982 NASA launches RCA-E 1979 USSR performs ...

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Australian Naval History on 18 July 1960 | Naval ...

Posted: (2 months ago) July 18, 1960 The first Junior Recruits, (boys aged between 15 and 17), commenced training at HMAS LEEUWIN, at Fremantle WA. The scheme was designed to provide boys with a year of academic and basic naval training, before they were sent to other bases for specialist training.

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On This Day - What Happened on July 6 | Britannica

Posted: (3 days ago) On This Day In History - July 6: anniversaries, birthdays, major events, and time capsules. This day's facts in the arts, politics, and sciences. ... United States naval officer. born July 6, 1747 Kirkbean, Scotland died July 18, 1792 (aged 45) Paris, France. ary of Congress, Washington, D.C. (photo no. cph 3g02761) 1946. George W. Bush ...

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Major Events Throughout The U.S. Navy's History timeline ...

Posted: (1 days ago) Major Events Throughout The U.S. Navy's History Timeline created by morgandonnelly. In History. Oct 13, 1775. ... Congress signs the Naval Act of 1794, calling for a strong military defense including a navy Apr 30, 1798 ... Jun 18, 1812. War of 1812 ...

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This Day in Aviation - Important Dates in Aviation History

Posted: (1 days ago) Douglas XA3D-1 Skywarrior, Bu. No. 125412. (U.S. Navy) George R. Jansen, 1921–1991. (Photograph courtesy of Neil Corbett, Test & Research Pilots, Flight Test Engineers) 28 October 1952: The prototype Douglas XA3D-1 Skywarrior, Bu. No. 125412, made its first flight at Edwards Air Force Base, California.

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This Day In Naval History: July 1

Posted: (1 months ago) This Day In Naval History: July 1. Posted by Eric Haun. July 1, 2016 ... is torpedoed by German submarine (U 86) and sinks the next day while in tow. Of the 776 onboard, all but six are saved ...

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This Day in History | Today in History

Posted: (4 days ago) *Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons. Spanning some 200 miles around the Philippine Islands, the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) retreated from the United States’ 3rd and 7th Fleets to end what is widely considered the largest naval action in history on October 26, 1944.

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Naval History Blog » 2019 » July

Posted: (1 months ago) The date is 17 July 1944. It’s nearing half past 10 PM, and the 24-hour cycle of munitions and cargo loading at the Port Chicago Naval Magazine, California is in full swing. Two merchant ships, the SS Quinault Victory and the SS E.A. Bryan, sit at the pier.

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On This Day in History, July 3 - Time and Date

Posted: (1 days ago) Independence was finally achieved after the July 1, 1962, referendum favored complete Algerian independence. Ahmed Ben Bella became the first President of the country. 1863 Battle of Gettysburg ends. The 3-day long battle during the American Civil War was fought between the Union and Confederacy in-and-around the town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

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Naval History Blog » 2018 » July

Posted: (1 months ago) Naval History Blog U.S. Naval Institute Naval History & Heritage Command. ... in Naval History: The Four Ships Named USS Intrepid. Tuesday, July 31, 2018 1:43 PM. By MIDN 1/C Krista Trefren. On this day in 1874, the USS Intrepid, second ship of her name, was commissioned by the U.S. Navy. ... At roughly 0015 on July 30, 1945 the USS ...

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THIS WEEK IN SEABEE HISTORY... | Seabee Online

Posted: (4 days ago) Consolidated by Dr. Frank A. Blazich Jr., Historian, Naval History and Heritage Command. NCB 6 in Tinian, Northern Mariana Islands, 1944. (Photo courtesy of the U.S. Navy Seabee Museum) 21 June 1968 – NMCB 58 deployed from Hoi An to Da Nang and established battalion command at Camp Haskins, North, RVN.

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15th of September - Today in Naval History - Naval ...

Posted: (1 months ago) John Paul Jones (born John Paul; July 6, 1747 – July 18, 1792) was the United States' first well-known naval commander in the American Revolutionary War. He made many friends and enemies—who accused him of piracy—among America's political elites, and his actions in British waters during the Revolution earned him an international ...

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Naval/Maritime History - 23rd of October - Today in Naval ...

Posted: (7 days ago) 1797 Action of 16 July 1797 when HMS Anson (44), Cptn.Philip Charles Durham, and HMS Sylph (18), Cptn. John Chambers White, destroyed Calliope (32) off Ushant At the Action of 16 July 1797, Anson and Sylph drove the French corvette Calliope on shore, where Sylph proceeded to fire on her.

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Navy History Matters – July 14, 2020 | The Sextant

Posted: (2 months ago) On July 14, 1952, the keel to the Navy’s first supercarrier, USS Forrestal, was laid down.The ship was commissioned on Oct. 1, 1955, at Newport News, VA. Forrestal was named after James V. Forrestal, who was Secretary of the Navy from 1944–1947 and the first Secretary of Defense.Forrestal operated in the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, providing support during the Lebanon crisis in 1958.

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On This Day Naval hero John Paul Jones dies in Paris ...

Posted: (16 days ago) July 18, 2017 Mark Wolf On This Day in History 0 On this day in 1792, the Revolutionary War naval hero John Paul Jones dies in his Paris apartment, where he was still awaiting a commission as the United States consul to Algiers.

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Navy History Matters – July 16, 2019 | The Sextant

Posted: (24 days ago) On July 17, 1944, 75 years ago, two massive explosions occurred at approximately 10:19 p.m. at the Port Chicago Naval Magazine, CA. Two ships—SS Quinault Victory and SS E.A. Bryan—were being loaded with ordnance and ammunition when they blew up.The blast reduced the almost fully loaded E.A. Bryan into rubble, and large pieces of Quinault Victory were found more than 500 yards away in the ...

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Today in History: July 3

Posted: (8 days ago) The British naval forces destroy the French fleet at Mers-el-Kebir, a port in Algeria, in order to prevent Germany from co-opting the French ships to use in an invasion of Britain.

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This week in Naval History | Navy History | militarynews.com

Posted: (5 days ago) 1911 – First naval aviation base established at Annapolis, Md. 1920 – Test and first use of radio compass in aircraft off Norfolk, Va. 1943 – Night Battle of Kula Gulf results in loss of two Japanese destroyers and USS Helena (CL 50). 1976 – First women enter U.S. Naval Academy. July 7

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Today in History: July 19 | WTOP

Posted: (6 days ago) Here’s a loot at events that have happened on this date in history, July 19. ... July 19, the 200th day of 2019. ... in Lake Ontario resulted in an American victory as U.S. naval forces repelled ...

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This Week In History | This Week in History | Vietnam War ...

Posted: (2 days ago) Just over three years later, on July 8, 1965, Army Second Lieutenant Pamela... Week of March 21: On March 18, 1967, U.S. Marine Master Sergeant Barbara J. Dulinsky arrived at Bien Hoa Air Force Base, just outside of Saigon, after an 18-hour flight. She became the first woman Marine in history to be assigned to a combat zone. Dulinsky ...

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More on this Day - July, 6 | Britannica

Posted: (2 days ago) July 6, 1747 - July 18, 1792 John Paul Jones, American naval hero in the American Revolution, renowned for his victory over British ships of war off the east coast of England (September 23, 1779). Apprenticed at age 12 to John Younger,...

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Texas Day by Day

Posted: (1 days ago) Get a Piece of Texas History in Your Inbox With more than 27,000 articles about Texas history, the Texas State Historical Association's Handbook of Texas is the largest online encyclopedia about all things Texas. Now you can celebrate the history of Texas every day by activating your free subscription to Texas Day by Day.

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Naval History On This Day, Any Nation - Page 7 - Nautical ...

Posted: (5 months ago) Nautical/Naval History; Existing user? Sign In . Sign In. Remember me Not recommended on shared computers. Sign in anonymously. Sign In. Forgot your password?

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What Happened On This Day In Music | This Day In Music

Posted: (2 days ago) He was also given an 18-month supervision order and a 12-month drug rehabilitation order and ordered to pay a £475 fine for driving without insurance or an MOT. 2008 - AC/DC AC/DC went to No.1 on the UK album chart with 'Black Ice' the Australian bands fifteenth studio album which went on to become a No.1 hit in 29 different countries and the ...

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Today in History, July 19 | Republican-American

Posted: (2 days ago) July 18, 2020. 0. 232. Today is Sunday, July 19, the 201st day of 2020. There are 165 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On July 19, 1993, President Bill Clinton announced a ...

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Today in History: September 20

Posted: (1 days ago) Pick a day: September 19. September 21 . 0480. Themistocles and his Greek fleet win one of history's first decisive naval victories over Xerxes' Persian force off Salamis. 1378. The election of Robert of Geneva as anti-pope by discontented cardinals creates a great schism in the Catholic church.

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The Day - Morgan in good company during visit to Boston ...

Posted: (10 days ago) Visitors tour the historic whaleship Charles W. Morgan docked adjacent to the USS Constitution at the Charlestown Naval Yard Friday, July 18, 2014. Published July 18. 2014 10:17AM | Updated July ...

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