This Day in Naval History – Jan. 28

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

January 27, 2010

1778 - Second New Providence Expedition raised the flag with thirteen stripes over Fort Nassau.

1960 - Navy demonstrates value of moon communication relay, used in fleet broadcasts.

1962 - USS Cook (APD-130) rescues 25 survivors from after section of Panamanian tanker, SS Stanvac Sumatra, which broke in two in the South China Sea

1986 - Space shuttle Challenger explodes killing CDR Michael Smith, USN, and 6 other astronauts

(Source: Navy News Service)
 

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