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1785 – Oliver Hazard Perry, American naval officer, was born at South Kingston, Rhode Island, on the 23rd of August. 1799 – He entered the navy as midshipman with his father, Christopher Raymond Perry, a captain in the navy, and saw service against the Barbary pirates. 1812 – At the beginning of the War, he ..

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1880 – Born on the 16th of January. 1894 – He served in the Grand Fleet during the First World War. 1925 – He commanded the boys’ training establishment at Forton. 1928 – He was appointed Director of Operations Division at the Admiralty. 1931 – He became the Director of Naval Equipment. 1941 – He ..

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1758 – Born in Burnham Thorpe, Norfolk on the 29th of  September. 1771 – His naval career began on 1st of January when he reported to the third-rate Raisonnable as an Ordinary Seaman and coxswain. Nelson’s maternal uncle, Captain Maurice Suckling, commanded the vessel. 1777 – Nelson had risen to the rank of lieutenant and ..

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US biographer and historian   wrote biographies "Admiral of the Ocean Sea: A Life of Christopher Columbus" 1942 (Pulitzer Prize for biography 1943), "John Paul Jones" 1959 (Pulitzer Prize for biography 1960), 15-volume history "History of U.S. Naval Operations in World War II"..

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1952 – Kathleen McGrath, born in the United States. She was the first woman to command a United States Navy warship. 1975 – Graduated from California State University at Sacramento. 1980 – Worked in the United States Forestry Service. 1990 – She participated in the operation intended to protect Saudi Arabia after Iraq invaded Kuwait. ..

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1862 – Born on the 5th of September in Brompton England. 1875 – He entered the Britannia as a naval cadet. 1877 – He was promoted as Midshipman a subordinate officer. 1881 – He was promoted as a sub-lieutenant. 1892 – He was appointed as a torpedo lieutenant of the Royal Sovereign, flagship of the ..

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