This Day in Naval History - March 01

Monday, March 03, 2008
From the Navy News Service 1942 - Patrol Wing (VP) 82 aircraft sinks German submarine, U-656. It is the Navy's first submarine kill of World War II. 1954 - The first of six detonations takes place during Operation Castle nuclear test. 1980 - USS Vulcan (AR 5) completes first six-month deployment with women as part of its crew.
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