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Boston Navy Yard
The Boston Navy Yard, originally called the Charlestown Navy Yard and later[when?] Boston Naval Shipyard, was one of the oldest shipbuilding facilities
Apr 24th 2017



Washington Navy Yard
The Washington Navy Yard (WNY) is the former shipyard and ordnance plant of the United States Navy in Southeast Washington, D.C. It is the oldest shore
May 26th 2017



Navy Yard
Navy Yard may refer to: Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts Brooklyn Navy Yard, the New York Naval Shipyard Cavite Navy Yard, located in Manila Bay, the Philippines
Nov 17th 2016



Boston Naval Yard Fuel Depot Annex
depot annex located in East Boston, Massachusetts. It was the annex of Boston Navy Yard. Charlestown Navy Yard : Boston National Historical Park, Massachusetts
Oct 14th 2016



USS Boston (1884)
The fifth USS Boston was a protected cruiser and one of the first steel warships of the "New Navy" of the 1880s. In some references she is combined with
Feb 12th 2017



List of ships of the line of the United States Navy
unknown date) Columbus class Columbus (canceled, 1800) Unnamed, Boston Navy Yard (canceled, 1800) Unnamed, New York Navy Yard (canceled, 1800) Franklin
Mar 8th 2016



Charlestown, Boston
former prison site is occupied by Bunker Hill Community College. The-Boston-Navy-YardThe Boston Navy Yard was located in Charlestown from 1801 until it was closed in 1974. The
May 22nd 2017



East Boston Naval Annex
Navy shipyard annex located in East Boston. It was the annex of the Boston Navy Yard. Charlestown Navy Yard : Boston National Historical Park, Massachusetts
Oct 14th 2016



USS Boston (1825)
Boston was an 18-gun sloop of war, launched on 15 October 1825 by the Boston Navy Yard and commissioned the following year, Master Commandant Beekman V. Hoffman
Oct 8th 2016



South Boston Naval Annex
Navy shipyard annex located in South Boston. It was the annex of the Boston Navy Yard, and was operational from the 1920 to 1974, when it was closed along
Apr 26th 2017



National Museum of the United States Navy
The National Museum of the United-States-NavyUnited States Navy, or U.S. Navy Museum for short, is the flagship museum of the United-States-NavyUnited States Navy and is located in the former
Apr 13th 2017



Boston Harborwalk
Island in South Boston; a Korean War Memorial at Shipyard Park in the Boston Navy Yard in Charlestown; and a United States Maritime Service memorial in the
May 18th 2017



United States Navy Band
The United States Navy Band, based at the historic Washington-Navy-YardWashington Navy Yard in Washington, D.C., has served the nation as the official musical organization
Apr 25th 2017



Boston National Historical Park
The Boston National Historical Park is an association of sites that showcase Boston's role in the American Revolution. It was designated a national park
Feb 9th 2017



Neighborhoods in Boston
Boston's diverse neighborhoods serve as a political and cultural organizing mechanism. The City of Boston's Office of Neighborhood Services has designated
Apr 5th 2017



Norfolk Naval Shipyard
Shipyard">The Norfolk Naval Shipyard, often called the Navy-Yard">Norfolk Navy Yard and abbreviated as SY">NNSY, is a U.S. Navy facility in Portsmouth, Virginia, for building,
May 25th 2017



Naval Hospital Boston
hospital in Chelsea, Massachusetts. With the closure of the nearby Boston Navy Yard, the hospital closed in 1974. On January 7, 1836 the Chelsea Naval
Sep 26th 2016



2006 Meineke Car Care Bowl
The-2006The 2006 Meineke Car Care Bowl was a college football bowl game. It featured the Navy Midshipmen, and the Boston College Eagles. The game was played on
May 27th 2016



USS Boston (CA-69)
soon after finishing her final Vietnam cruise. Decommissioned at the Boston Navy Yard's South Boston Naval Annex in South Boston, Massachusetts, on 5 May
May 6th 2017



Navy–Notre Dame football rivalry
The NavyNotre Dame football rivalry is an American college football rivalry between the Navy Midshipmen football team of the United States Naval Academy
Apr 29th 2017



East Boston
Boston East Boston, nicknamed Eastie, is a neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts with over 40,000 residents. The neighborhood was created by connecting several
Apr 14th 2017



Chelsea Naval Annex
shipyard annex located in Chelsea, Massachusetts. It was an annex of the Boston Navy Yard. During its existence, it operated next to Chelsea Naval Hospital.
Oct 14th 2016



Fore River Shipyard
Vickers yard. The submarines, once built, were stored at the nearby Boston Navy Yard until the country entered the war. Over 15,000 persons were working
Apr 4th 2017



Port of Boston
and small cruise boats also use docks at Rowes Wharf, Long Wharf, Boston Navy Yard, Logan International Airport, Hewitt's Cove in Hingham, Pemberton Point
May 24th 2017



USS Blue Light
property on the waterfront. The little steamer was assigned to the Boston Navy Yard and operated at that base through the end of the Civil War, supplying
Jan 29th 2016



Naval Air Station Pensacola
Naval Air Station Pensacola or NAS-PensacolaNAS Pensacola (IATA: NPAICAO: KNPAFAA LID: NPA) (formerly NAS/KNAS until changed circa 1970 to allow Nassau International
May 27th 2017



USS Boston (1799)
The third Boston USS Boston was a 32-gun wooden-hulled, three-masted frigate of the United States Navy. Boston was built by public subscription in Boston under
Nov 13th 2016



1943 Orange Bowl
The-1943The 1943 Orange Bowl, part of the 1942 bowl game season, took place on January 1, 1943, at the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida. The competing teams were
May 25th 2017



Transportation in Boston
these is an inner harbor service, linking the downtown waterfront with Boston Navy Yard in Charlestown. The other routes are commuter routes, linking downtown
May 7th 2017



Boston College Eagles football
The Boston College Eagles football team represents Boston College in the sport of American football. The Eagles compete in the Football Bowl Subdivision
May 9th 2017



William R. Rush
alternated tours of duty afloat with assignments ashore. He served at the Boston-Navy-YardBoston Navy Yard in Boston, Massachusetts, in the equipment department and at the Naval
Jan 16th 2017



USS Vermont (1848)
United States Congress on 29 April 1816. She was laid down at the Boston Navy Yard in September 1818, finished about 1825, and kept on the stocks until
Oct 8th 2016



Navy Island Royal Naval Shipyard
Navy Island Royal Naval Shipyard was a Royal Navy yard in Ontario. Located on Navy Island in the Niagara River, it served as a French naval base in the
Sep 8th 2016



Isaac Hull
the most important changes the BNC made was that only Portsmouth and Boston Navy Yard were suitable for the building of large ships in all seasons.Though
May 26th 2017



Navy Midshipmen football
The Navy Midshipmen football team represents the United States Naval Academy in NCAA Division I FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision) college football. The Naval
Apr 30th 2017



USS Plymouth (1844)
Massachusetts. Plymouth was founded by the Pilgrims in 1620. Built by the Boston-Navy-YardBoston Navy Yard, she departed Boston, Massachusetts, on 3 April 1844 for the Mediterranean
Oct 20th 2016



USS William M. Wood (DE-557)
that was never built. William M. Wood was to have been built at the Boston-Navy-YardBoston Navy Yard in Boston, Massachusetts. Her construction contract was cancelled on
Oct 25th 2015



USS Groves (DE-543)
destroyer escort that was never completed. Groves was laid down at the Boston-Navy-YardBoston Navy Yard in Boston, Massachusetts. Her construction was cancelled on 5 September
Oct 12th 2015



USS Trefoil (1865)
purchased by the Union Navy on 4 February 1865 and commissioned at the Boston-Navy-YardBoston Navy Yard, Boston, Massachusetts, on 1 March 1865, Acting Master Charles C. Wells
Nov 15th 2015



USS William R. Rush (DE-556)
was never completed. William R. Rush was to have been built at the Boston-Navy-YardBoston Navy Yard in Boston, Massachusetts. Her construction contract was cancelled on
Oct 25th 2015



USS Charles R. Ware (DE-547)
that was never built. Charles R. Ware was planned to be built at the Boston-Navy-YardBoston Navy Yard in Boston, Massachusetts. Her construction contract was cancelled in
Nov 5th 2014



USS Wachusett (1861)
Boston-Navy-YardBoston Navy Yard, Boston, Massachusetts, in June 1861; launched on 10 October; sponsored by Miss Mary C. Frothingham; and commissioned at the Boston Navy
Nov 20th 2016



USS Harold J. Ellison (DE-545)
that was never completed. Harold J. Ellison's keel was laid at the Boston-Navy-YardBoston Navy Yard in Boston, Massachusetts. However, her construction was cancelled on
Oct 8th 2016



Boston College
Boston College (also referred to as BC) is a private Jesuit Catholic research university located in the village of Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, United
May 11th 2017



USS Myles C. Fox (DE-546)
that was never completed. Myles C. Fox was to have been built at the Boston-Navy-YardBoston Navy Yard in Boston, Massachusetts. However, her construction was cancelled on
Dec 23rd 2014



USS LST-310
during World War II. LST-310 was laid down on 22 September 1942 at the Boston Navy Yard; launched on 23 November 1942; sponsored by Mrs. Inga M. Gustavson;
May 26th 2017



USS Rogers Blood (DE-555)
never completed. Plans called for Rogers Blood to be built at the Boston-Navy-YardBoston Navy Yard at Boston, Massachusetts. The contract for her construction was cancelled
Nov 16th 2014



USS Canandaigua (1862)
Canandaigua — a screw sloop — was launched on March 28, 1862, by Boston Navy Yard, and commissioned on August 1, 1862, with Commander J. F. Green in
Oct 8th 2016



USS Benner (DE-551)
escort that was never built. Benner was to have been built at the Boston-Navy-YardBoston Navy Yard in Boston, Massachusetts, but her construction contract was cancelled
Nov 4th 2014



USS Don (1862)
adjudication. She was purchased by the Navy Department and sent to Boston Navy Yard to be fitted for service, arriving on 21 April 1864. Don put out from
Oct 30th 2015





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