Harbor Naval Shipyard

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USS Benjamin Stoddert (DDG-22) - 1980s
... and inspections, Benjamin Stoddert commenced a major overhaul at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard on 3 January 1980 ... training and other local operations out of Pearl Harbor through the summer and into the fall ... cruised south to San Diego, mooring at the naval station on 6 November ...
USS Bonefish (SS-582) - Service Record
... with Submarine Division 33 (SubDiv 33) at Naval Station San Diego, California ... when she entered the Mare Island Naval Shipyard for her first regular overhaul ... In February 1963, Bonefish moved to a new home port, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii ...
Chief Of Naval Operations
... The Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) is a statutory office (10 U.S.C ... § 5033) held by a four-star admiral in the United States Navy, and is the most senior naval officer assigned to serve in the Department of the Navy ... The Chief of Naval Operations is typically the highest-ranking officer on active-duty in the U.S ...
USS Benjamin Stoddert (DDG-22) - 1970s
... Zealand, and Japanese warships — off Pearl Harbor at the end of the month ... when she crossed the Equator on 3 September and entered Surabaya harbor for a goodwill visit on the 4th ... Taiwan, Guam, and Midway, she finally returned to Pearl Harbor on 5 February ...
Mare Island Naval Shipyard - Base Closure
... Mare Island Naval Shipyard expanded to over 5,200 acres (21 km²) in its service life and was responsible for construction of over 500 naval vessels and overhauling thousands of ... Naval operations ceased and the facility was decommissioned on April 1, 1996 ... commercial and industrial businesses are currently leasing property aboard the former naval shipyard ...

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