This Day in U.S. Naval History - July 07

Tuesday, July 06, 2004
(From the Navy News Service)

1798 - Congress rescinds treaties with France; Quasi War begins with frigate Delaware capturing French privateer, Croyable.

1846 - Commodore John D. Sloat lands at Monterey and claims California for U.S.

1916 - Thomas A. Edison becomes head of Naval Consulting Board which screens inventions for use by the Navy.

1948 - First six enlisted women sworn into Regular Navy. The Navy WAVES in Naval Reserve, who were the first to transfer to the Regular Navy, were Kay Louise Langdon, Aviation Storekeeper First Class; Wilma Juanita Marchal, Chief Yeoman; Frances Teresa Dovaney, Storekeeper Second Class; Edna Earle Young, Yeoman Second Class; Doris Roberta Robertson, Teleman Second Class; and Ruth Flora, Hospital Corpsman First Class.

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