This Day in Naval History - Sept. 30

Friday, September 30, 2005
From the Navy News Service

1800 - United States concludes Treaty of Peace with France, ending Quasi War with France.

1944 - USS Nautilus (SS 168) lands supplies and evacuates people from Panay, Philipppine Islands.

1946 - U.S. government announces Navy units would be permanently stationed in the Mediterranean to carry out American policy and diplomacy.

1954 - Commissioning at Groton, Conn., of USS Nautilus (SSN 571), the world's first nuclear-powered ship.

1958 - Marines leave Lebanon.

1959 - Last flight of airships assigned to the Naval Air Reserve at Lakehurst, N.J., takes place.

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