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The first steam ship with screw propeller, Princeton, is launched on this day in #NavalHistory. Also, SBD aircraft from USS Enterprise (CV 6) attack and sink a Japanese sub and USS Ohio (SSBN 726), the first Trident-Class submarine, returns from its first deterrent patrol. #HistoryMatters

On this day: December 10

On this day in Naval History First steam ship with screw propeller launches, PBY Scores the 1st USN Air-to-Air Kill in WWII, and the first Trident Submarine ...

After the #ArmyNavy game is over tomorrow, it's not about the Navy or Army who wins; it's the camaraderie among the players, the other Midshipmen, Cadets, alumni, family and all fans. It's about the traditions and legacy the game builds upon - because everyone playing and watching knows and painfully understands that these future Sailors, Marines and Soldiers will one day go in harm's way...
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USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) is commissioned #OTD in 1995. For over 20 years USS John C. Stennis has made significant contributions to our #NavalHistory. Read more about the Stennis here --> [ Go.usa.gov Link ]
Happy Birthday to U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Grace Hopper! Sailor, pioneer and leader in the field of computer science. Read more about "Amazing Grace" and her more than 40 years of naval service here --> [ Go.usa.gov Link ]

Women Mathematicians | Grace Hopper: The Navy and Computers

A prototype shipboard radar, XAF, designed and built by the Naval Research Laboratory, is installed on USS New York (BB 34) #OTD in 1938. The radar is later reengineered by RCA to become the CXAM radar. Installation on U.S. Navy vessels begins in 1940 and proves fruitful in detecting the enemy in World War II. Office of Naval Research
What exactly is the relationship among the U.S. Navy, Pearl Harbor, and USS Constitution? The answer may surprise you. Click below to get the full story! USS Constitution Museum #PearlHarbor75

Pearl Harbor and USS Constitution - USS Constitution Museum

Secretary of the Navy Thomas Gates Jr. awards the distinguished flying cross to U.S. Marine Corps Maj. John H. Glenn, circa 1957. Fair winds and following seas, Shipmate.
#OTD in 1942, eight #USNavy PT boats (PT 36, PT 37, PT 40, PT 43, PT 44, PT 48, PT 59, and PT 109) turn back eight Japanese destroyers attempting to reinforce Japanese forces on Guadalcanal. U.S. Pacific Fleet John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States declares war on Japan #OTD in 1941. President #FDR addresses the nation, describing Dec. 7 as "a date which will live in infamy." #PearlHarbor75 Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum

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After the attack on Pearl Harbor ended, there were many stories of valor on the "day of infamy." U.S. Navy personnel were awarded 15 Medals of Honor and 51 Navy Crosses, the most medals for bravery under fire for a one-day action in U.S. naval history. #PearlHarbor75

Stories of Valor on a Day of Infamy

Live from an interment ceremony from the USS Arizona Memorial – this service is unique to the U.S. Navy in that the USS Arizona is the only ship that returns the cremated remains of a survivor who found himself aboard that ship on Dec. 7, 1941. This year will be the first time in which two interments -- for John Anderson (Boatswain’s Mate, Second Class) and Clarendon Hetrick (Seaman, First...
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Why do Sailors think it's important to remember #PearlHarbor75?

We asked four and were impressed with their answers. If you read the blog and you're impressed, share it.

The young men and women today will carry on the most sacred of #USNavy traditions and it's important we start listening to them. #HonorThem

Why Commemorate Pearl Harbor?

"This week America remembers the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. This remembrance is particularly meaningful to the U.S. Navy, and even more to Sailors serving at Pearl Harbor. But it should have the greatest significance to the Submarine Force, because..." Click the blog to find out!

Commander, Submarine Forces #PearlHarbor75

December 7th, 1941: a Submarine Force Perspective

As we commemorate #PearlHarbor75 - here's everything you need to know about the December 7, 1941 attack in 120 seconds. #HonorThePast #InspireTheFuture
Need some help visualizing the #PearlHarbor75 attack? To #HonorThePast and #InspireTheFuture we created a story map that walks you through the day's events.

Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments below!

December 7, 1941

LIVE from Pearl Harbor for the 75th National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Commemoration. Just like the Sailors attacked on Dec. 7th, 1941, today's Sailors embody the four core attributes of toughness, accountability, integrity and initiative. #PearlHarbor75 #HonorThePast #InspireTheFuture
During the attack on Pearl Harbor, 21 ships were damaged or sunk. Eighteen of those ships were raised, repaired and returned to service to help fight and win World War II. #PearlHarbor75 #HonorThePast #InspireTheFuture
Arguably the greatest outcome of #PearlHarbor75 was the unity it inspired in the nation. It motivated the American people to wholeheartedly commit to victory in World War II. Thanks to the diligence and action reports of U.S. Navy Sailors there that day, the details of what happened at Pearl Harbor will keep the memories alive. Click below to get the whole story!

Navy Action Reports Tell the Story of Pearl Harbor Attack

The model has only been seen by personal invitation by a number of veterans and other interested persons over the years...until now!

#pearlharbor75 #honorthem

Pearl Harbor Diorama: 25 Years in the Making

Sailors aboard USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) pay their respects passing the USS Arizona Memorial on Friday while arriving to join the #PearlHarbor75 commemoration. #HonorThePast #InspireTheFuture