This Day in Navy History

Friday, November 09, 2007
Nov. 09: 1921 - USS Olympia arrives at the Washington Navy Yard from France carrying the body of the Unknown Soldier for internment at Arlington National Cemetery. 1950 - Task Force 77 makes first attack on the Yalu River bridges. In first engagement between MIG-15 and F9F jets (USS Philippine Sea, CV 47), Lt. Cmdr. William T. Amen (VF-111) shoots down a MIG and becomes first Navy pilot to shoot down a jet aircraft. 1956 - Secretary of the Navy proposes the Polaris missile program to the Secretary of Defense. [Source: http://www.news.navy.mil]
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