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  • A Japanese reconnaissance aircraft spotted the naval landing force.
  • Wikipedia: Operation Ke
  • After the victory at the Battle of Midway America was able to establish naval parity in the Pacific.
  • Wikipedia: Guadalcanal Campaign
  • Allied ships damaged in the naval battles that occurred between August and December 1942 in the vicinity of Guadalcanal usually anchored in Tulagi's harbor for temporary repairs before heading to rear-area ports for permanent repairs.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Tulagi and Gavutu–Tanambogo
  • Although a tactical victory for the Japanese in terms of ships sunk, it came at a high cost for Japanese naval forces.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands
  • Ark Royal's captain, Cedric Holland, had been the British naval attaché in Paris, and was sent to negotiate the surrender or scuttling of the French fleet.
  • Wikipedia: HMS Ark Royal (91)
  • As a naval base, their value was greater still, as they combined a fleet anchorage with major facilities.
  • Wikipedia: Admiralty Islands campaign
  • As the first naval governor, Tilley laid the groundwork for much of the future governance of the territory, which did not yet even have a formal name.
  • Wikipedia: Benjamin Franklin Tilley
  • At the Battle of Actium, Octavian decisively defeated Antony and Cleopatra in a naval battle near Greece, using fire to destroy the enemy fleet.
  • Wikipedia: Campaign history of the Roman military
  • By the time the war ended, Missouri had destroyed at least 15 naval mines.
  • Wikipedia: USS Missouri (BB-63)
  • Dreadnoughts and battlecruisers were believed vital for the decisive naval battles which at the time all nations expected, hence were jealously guarded against the risk of damage by mines or submarine attack, and kept close to home as much as possible.
  • Wikipedia: Pre-dreadnought battleship
  • During the ensuing Naval Battle of Guadalcanal from 13–15 November, Allied naval and air forces turned back two Japanese attempts to bombard Henderson Field and almost completely destroyed the transport convoy carrying the remainder of the 38th Division.
  • Wikipedia: Battle for Henderson Field
  • Finally, Vasa was supposed to head for Älvsnabben, the naval station in the outer archipelago, to take on all of its stores and personnel, and that might have provided more stability.
  • Wikipedia: Vasa (ship)
  • Furthermore, during the 1991 Gulf War, she was said to be hindered by Iraqi naval mines, and reports on the Internet suggest that the majority of the shore bombardments were successfully carried out by US Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigates and their 3 in (76 mm) guns.
  • Wikipedia: USS Wisconsin (BB-64)
  • He also wondered as to the original purpose of Brazil's ships, as in his view the relations between Brazil and its naval rivals, Argentina and Chile, were quite good given prior context.
  • Wikipedia: South American dreadnought race
  • He remained with Montagu for the rest of his naval service.
  • Wikipedia: Peter Heywood
  • He served as the naval representative with the National Security Training Commission from 1951 until it was abolished in 1957.
  • Wikipedia: Thomas C. Kinkaid
  • He wrote biographies of the English kings Edward IV and Richard III, and of his old naval friend Admiral Sir Leopold McClintock; he also kept up his editing and translating work.
  • Wikipedia: Clements Markham
  • In addition to the heavy bomber attacks, the operations by Allied aircraft carriers tightened the blockade by disrupting Japanese coastal shipping; the naval aircraft were unable to carry enough bombs to seriously damage Japanese industrial plants, however.
  • Wikipedia: Air raids on Japan
  • In April 1940, the American naval attaché in London, Captain Alan Kirk, approached the Vice Chief of the Naval Staff, Vice-Admiral Sir Thomas Phillips, to ask if, in the event of the United States Fleet being sent to the Far East, the docking facilities at Singapore could be made available, as those at Subic Bay were inadequate.
  • Wikipedia: Singapore strategy
  • Late in 1944, under conditions of severe racism, a race riot broke out in Guam at a naval base.
  • Wikipedia: Port Chicago disaster
  • Maritime has inherited the naval systems businesses of Insyte, for example BAE Systems Underwater Systems and naval radar.
  • Wikipedia: BAE Systems
  • Moreno was stricken from the naval register on 1 October 1956 and was brought to Japan in 1957 for scrapping in a then-world-record 96-day tow.
  • Wikipedia: Rivadavia class battleship
  • Normally on a German naval vessel at sea, a white cap is worn only by the commanding officer.
  • Wikipedia: Ernst Lindemann
  • One of the ship's anchors is incorporated into a memorial to naval aviation at Nowra, New South Wales.
  • Wikipedia: HMAS Melbourne (R21)