This Day in Naval History - Oct. 06

Monday, October 06, 2008

From the Navy News Service

1884 - The Department of the Navy establishes the at ,
1940 - The fourth group of eight destroyers involved in the Destroyers for Bases Deal are turned over to British authorities in .
1943 - In the Battle of Vella Lavella, three destroyers attack nine Japanese destroyers to stop evacuation of Japanese troops from .
1958 - USS Seawolf (SSN 575) completes a record submerged run of 60 days, logging more than 13,700 nautical miles.
1962 - USS Bainbridge (DLGN 25), the Navy's first nuclear-powered destroyer, is commissioned.
1997 - NASA Astronaut Cmdr. Wendy B. Lawrence returns from mission with STS-86, when Space Shuttle Atlantis docks with Mir Space Station. The mission began Sept. 25.

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