The smallest active-duty vessel of the United States Navy, the Mini Tug.
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F6F-5 Hellcat #23 & Ensign Ardon R. Ives served as a fighter pilot in VBF-9 United States Navy in the Pacific during World War II. He survived this crash aboard the USS Lexington on February 25, 1945, but was killed in a dogfight with Japanese fighters on May 22 of the same year.
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The smallest active-duty vessel of the United States Navy, the Mini Tug.
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The Vought V-173 "Flying Pancake" was an American experimental test aircraft built as part of the Vought XF5U "Flying Flapjack" United States Navy fighter aircraft program during World War II.
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The smallest active-duty vessel of the United States Navy, the Mini Tug.
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F6F-5 Hellcat #23 & Ensign Ardon R. Ives served as a fighter pilot in VBF-9 United States Navy in the Pacific during World War II. He survived this crash aboard the USS Lexington on February 25, 1945, but was killed in a dogfight with Japanese fighters on May 22 of the same year.
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The smallest active-duty vessel (mini tug) of the United States Navy.
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The smallest active-duty vessel of the United States Navy, the Mini Tug.
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TIL the United States Navy Pre-Flight School created a routine to help pilots fall asleep in 2 minutes or less. It took pilots about 6 weeks of practice, but it worked β€” even after drinking coffee and with gunfire noises in the background. healthline.com/health/hea…
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What's your all-time favourite United States Navy scandal?
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The smallest active-duty vessel of the United States Navy, the Mini Tug.
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F6F-5 Hellcat #23 & Ensign Ardon R. Ives served as a fighter pilot in VBF-9 United States Navy in the Pacific during World War II. He survived this crash aboard the USS Lexington on February 25, 1945, but was killed in a dogfight with Japanese fighters on May 22 of the same year.
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TIL Texas was an independent country from 1836 until 1845 with its own Presidential elections and navy team. It joined the United States in 1845 as fending off hostile tribes and Mexican troops was difficult for a small country. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rep…
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USS Constitution, also known as Old Ironsides, is a wooden-hulled, three-masted heavy frigate of the United States Navy. She is the world's oldest commissioned naval vessel still afloat. She was launched in 1797. [1442 x 1358]
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Poster for Thirteenth Naval District, United States Navy, showing a snake representing Japan being bombed by an eagle. December 1941
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The Strange, Spectacular Con of Bobby Charles Thompson: "Donors opened their wallets for his United States Navy Veterans Association. Politicians posed for pictures with him. But not only was he not a legitimate fundraiser for military familiesβ€”he wasn’t even Bobby Charles Thompson." washingtonian.com/2017/03…
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Today in 1797 in Boston Harbor, the 44-gun United States Navy frigate USS Constitution is launched. [1442 x 1358]
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[760x570] The USS New Orleans, a ship-of-the-line built for the United States Navy to be used on Lake Ontario during the War of 1812; never completed, she remained on the stocks until sold and scrapped in 1883
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On this day (Dec 31st) in 1942 USS Essex (CV-9) is commissioned into the United States Navy. Shown here in May of 1943. [5248x4159]
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The Bravest Man. Dick O’kane. Richard "Dick" O'Kane was a United States Navy submarine commander in World War II, who was awarded the Medal of Honor for commanding USS Tang in the Pacific War against Japan to the most successful record of any United States submarine ever.
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[February 9th, 1921] Senator Southwick of Florida, senator Jeffries of Nebraska, John M Summers of Washington and Joe Connor, some of the official party at the launching of the superdreadnought 'Washington', one of the three largest ships built for the United States Navy.
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TIL The USS William D. Porter was the only vessel in US Navy history to have its entire crew placed under arrest after accidentally firing a live torpedo at a vessel carrying the President of the United States and the Secretary of State taskandpurpose.com/histor…
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My Grandfather Mr. Branston France. This photo was taken while he was stationed at #pearlharbor days before the Japanese attack on December 7th that officially entered the United States into WWII. He was always been my inspiration when I joined The U.S Navy. Rest in Peace Grandpa
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Lithograph of the USS North Carolina (1920s). It was a 74-gun ship of the line in the United States Navy. [2560 x 1849)
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USS Farragut (DDG-99) is an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer in the United States Navy. She is the fifth Navy ship named for Admiral David Farragut, and the 49th ship of the Arleigh Burke class. Farragut's keel was laid down on 9 January 2004 at the Bath Iron Works in Bath, Maine. youtu.be/wgLHnoN-MAQ
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This video is about a hacker that hacked into 97 computers from NASA, the Pentagon, the Navy and the United States Defense Service with the intention of finding classified information on aliens. youtu.be/1qAQFcE7fWs
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When did the term "Liberty" start being used in the United State's Navy/Marine Corps as a term for shore leave?

I was talking with my partner about my time in the Navy, and she got confused as to why I was using the term liberty when I was talking about being in port. I tried a quick google search as to when the term started being used because I got curious. All I got was the definition or stuff on liberty ships. Anyone here have an idea? Is it a result of the Americans taking on traditions and culture of their counterparts, the British?

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Flag of Austria-PolandΒ³-Monaco-Indonesia if it were colonised by the united states navy
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The McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II is a tandem two-seat, twin-engine, all-weather, long-range supersonic jet interceptor and fighter-bomber originally developed for the United States Navy by McDonnell Aircraft. Entered service in 1961 [1980x1080] youtu.be/VOUsQmWTFgI
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Battleship #1 of the United States Navy- USS Indiana (BB-1). I love the curves on her superstructure, the massive, squat turret and the 13" guns, which are polished to a ridiculous shine. [1900x1294]
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I was watching the YouTube channel β€œsmarter every day” in the episode β€œpizza on a submarine” and saw this flash on the screen. So Knights and Ladies, it is settled. According to the United States Navy - pineapple belongs on pizza.
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The last military biplane type procured by the United States Navy was the SBC Hell Diver dive bomber. Here one is preparing for launch from the deck of USS Enterprise near the Hawaiian Islands in the spring of 1941 (Photo by Carl Mydans for Life Magazine)
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BREAKING – The United States Navy sent a guided-missile destroyer through the Taiwan Strait on Thursday, the first time a US warship has gone through the waterway that separates China and Taiwan during the Biden administration, the U.S. Navy 7th Fleet confirmed. reddit.com/gallery/lcd7kx
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The McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II is a tandem two-seat, twin-engine, all-weather, long-range supersonic jet interceptor and fighter-bomber originally developed for the United States Navy by McDonnell Aircraft. Entered service in 1961 [1980x1080] youtu.be/VOUsQmWTFgI
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$GTXO Covid-19 rapid tests+PPE Low float, great SS "The Company said it has fulfilled multiple orders for PPE from government agencies including the United States Marine Corps, the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs."
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Ryan XF2R Dark Shark experimental aircraft built for the United States Navy that combined turboprop and turbojet propulsion in the 1940's reddit.com/gallery/juz4wg
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meme based on the pig war, where the British navy almost fought the United States army in 1859
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The Northrop Grumman MQ-8C Fire Scout is an unmanned helicopter developed by Northrop Grumman for use by the United States Navy. The MQ-8C airframe is based on the Bell 407.
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The Tailhook scandal was a military scandal and controversy in which United States Navy and U.S. Marine Corps aviation officers were alleged to have sexually assaulted up to 83 women and seven men, or otherwise engaged in "improper and indecent" conduct at the Las Vegas Hilton in 1991. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tai…
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