Works about United States Navy

Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Architect Kanehoe Naval Air Station Kailua
Architect Faro de la Isla de la Mona Mona Island
Architect Faro de Morro San Juan
Architect Sanford Naval Air Station Administration Building--Control Tower, Former South Sanford
Architect Naval Military Hangar--University Shell House Seattle
Architect Fort Ward Historic District (Boundary Increase) Bainbridge Island
Architect US Naval Station Tutuila Historic District Utulei
Architect US Naval Station Tutuila Historic District Fagatogo
Architect Parris Island Drydock and Commanding Generals House Parris Island
Architect Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum Rio Grande
Architect Pensacola Naval Air Station Historic District Pensacola
Architect Little White House Key West
Architect Breakers Point Naval Guns Lauli'i
Architect Navy Park Historic District Orange
Architect Satala Cemetery Lalopua
Architect USS New Jersey (BB-62) Camden
Architect Commandant's Quarters Philadelphia
Architect Marine Barracks Philadelphia
1779/00/00 Penobscot Expedition Site Bangor
1779/00/00 Penobscot Expedition Site Brewer
1797/10/21 Launched Owner USS CONSTITUTION Boston
1862/02/25 USS MONITOR becomes the first ironclad ship to be commissioned into service by the United States Navy. Owner USS MONITOR
1862/02/25 USS MONITOR becomes the first ironclad ship to be commissioned into service by the United States Navy. Owner Greenpoint Historic District New York City
1862/03/09 As the CSS VIRGINIA returns with four other Confederate vessels to sink the USS MINNESOTA, the USS MONITOR appears and engages battle for the next 5 hours. Union forces Monitor-Merrimac Overlook Park Hampton Battle of Hampton Roads
1862/03/09 As the CSS VIRGINIA returns with four other Confederate vessels to sink the USS MINNESOTA, the USS MONITOR appears and engages battle for the next 5 hours. Union forces USS MONITOR Battle of Hampton Roads
1891/00/00 Drydock No l, the first drydock at Bremerton Navy Yard, is built of wood. Its battered stone sidewalls and concrete bed were replaced in kind in 1931. Architect Navy Yard Puget Sound Bremerton
1910/12/00 US Navy assigns its first pilot, Lt Theodore Gordon Ellyson, to be trained by Curtiss. Military service Naval Air Station, San Diego, Historic District San Diego Birth of Naval Aviation
1911/08/00 USS UTAH commissioned Owner USS UTAH Wreck World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Hawaii
1935/02/12 USS Macon crashes into the Pacific Ocean following a structural failure Owner USS MACON (airship remains) Big Sur Fate of the USS Macon
1941/05/22 US Navy purchases the Bowdoin from Donald MacMillan for use in World War II Owner BOWDOIN (schooner) Castine
1941/12/07 Imperial Japanese Naval aircraft bomb and strafe Pearl Harbor Belligerent USS UTAH Wreck World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Hawaii Attack on Pearl Harbor
1941/12/07 Japanese Imperial forces bomb Battleship Row Belligerent USS ARIZONA Memorial World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Hawaii Attack on Pearl Harbor
1941/12/07 Japanese Imperial forces bomb Battleship Row Belligerent USS ARIZONA Memorial World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Hawaii Internment of Americans with Foreign Enemy Ancestry
1941/12/07 Japanese Imperial forces bomb Battleship Row Belligerent USS ARIZONA Wreck World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Hawaii Attack on Pearl Harbor
1941/12/07 Japanese Imperial forces bomb Battleship Row Belligerent USS ARIZONA Wreck World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument - Hawaii Internment of Americans with Foreign Enemy Ancestry
1942/05/12 Commissioned Owner USS MASSACHUSETTS Battleship Cove
1942/08/00 Built Owner CINCPAC Headquarters Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam
1945/04/01 Begins patrolling Japanese waters, Captained Lt Cdr Edward D Spruance Owner USS LIONFISH (SS0298) Battleship Cove
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