, she rescued three aviators from , whose A-3D aircraft had crash landed in the ocean. ''Edson'' returned to Long Beach on 31 May for an overhaul (wikt:overhaul) which continued through October. ''Edson'' spent the remainder of 1960 conducting training off San Diego (San Diego, California). left thumb Bow of the USS ''Edson'' at Philadelphia Naval Shipyard (Image:Bow of the USS Edson.JPG) Over the next four months, ''Arthur W. Radford'' operated with elements
, Montreal, and Port Dalhousie before arriving Toledo, Ohio, on 25 June. She remained there for 11 days, open to the public for inspection. Departing on 6 July, she returned to New London, arriving on 20 July, and from there cruised along the East Coast from Halifax to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, conducting training cruises. Departing New London, she sailed for the Philadelphia Navy Yard, where she decommissioned on 30 April 1926. She was struck from the Naval Vessel Register on 18
, and from there cruised along the East Coast from Halifax to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, conducting training cruises. Departing New London, she sailed for the Philadelphia Navy Yard, where she decommissioned on 30 April 1926. She was struck from the Naval Vessel Register on 18 December 1930 and was scrapped in mid-1931. * Phoenix, Arizona - 32,050 (2.4%).
rendezvous with an escort and proceeded to Pearl Harbor where she underwent repairs from 10 November 1942 through 2 January 1943. The next day, ''Whale'' got underway from the Submarine Base, Pearl Harbor, bound for the Marshall Islands. After conducting training dives and drills en route, she arrived in the Wotje and Kwajalein area on 10 January for two days' patrol off those atolls. On 15 May, ''Seadragon'' (now under Royal L. Rutter, Class of '30) crossed the 180th meridian (meridian (geography)) and moved toward Micronesia. On 19 May, she commenced patrolling in the Caroline Islands. On 20 May, she surprised and was in turn surprised by sighting a surfaced submarine on a parallel course. The other submarine submerged immediately. On 22 May, she took up station off the Truk Islands and for the next 11 days patrolled the sea lanes to the major enemy anchorage enclosed by Dublon, Fefan, and Uman (Uman, Micronesia) islands. On 4 June, she departed Truk and moved eastward to reconnoiter Ponape (Pohnpei), thence proceeded into the Marshall Islands to patrol the sealanes converging on Kwajalein. There, the enemy's omnipresent surface and aerial escorts inhibited hunting, but, on 13 June, ''Seadragon'' was able to damage a freighter. Four days later, she cleared the area, and, on 21 June, she arrived at Midway Island, whence she returned to Pearl Harbor for repairs to her steering gear. First patrol ''Tautog'''s first war patrol began on 26 December 1941 and took her to the Marshall Islands for reconnaissance work. After 26 days in the area gathering information, particularly of Kwajalein, she reported no enemy activity at Rongelop (Rongelap Atoll), Bat (Bat Island), Wotho (Wotho Atoll), or Bikini (Bikini Atoll). On 13 January 1942, she launched three torpedoes at a small minelayer, receiving a depth charging (depth charge) in return. Plagued by a fogging periscope, she returned to Pearl Harbor on 4 February and was routed to Mare Island for upkeep. Currently, the territory's government allows visa-free tourist entry to U.S. citizens and citizens of countries in the federal Visa Waiver Program as well as citizens of Canada and the Pacific island nations of Palau, the Marshall Islands, and the Federated States of Micronesia. Upon arrival, nationals of other countries are issued entry permits which are valid only for visiting American Samoa. 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Time spent in the United States does not count towards permanent residency status, and those wishing to emigrate to the United States must obtain an immigrant visa prior to arriving to the country. left thumb Japanese destroyer Yamakaze ''Yamakaze'' (File:Torpedoed Japanese destroyer HD-SN-99-02974.JPEG) sinks after being torpedoed Between 7 June and 9 June, ''Nautilus'' replenished at Midway Island and then resumed her patrol to the west. By 20 June, she was operating off Honshū at the northern end of the Tokyo-Marshall Islands supply route. On 22 June, she damaged a destroyer guarding the entrance to the Sagami Sea off Ōshima (Izu Ōshima). Three days later, she sank the destroyer ''Yamakaze'' (Japanese destroyer Yamakaze) and damaged an oil tanker. On 27 June, she sent a sampan to the bottom and on 28 June, after damaging a merchantman, underwent her severest depth charging, which forced her back to Pearl Harbor for repairs, 11 July to 7 August. 5th patrol — the South Pacific On 27 August,''Trout'', now under the command of Lt.Cdr. Lawson Paterson "Red" Ramage (Lawson P. Ramage), proceeded via the Marshall Islands to the Caroline Islands and began patrolling the southern approaches to Truk on 7 September. She was detected by three patrol craft on 10 September, apparently triangulating her position using radar, and was forced to go deep for one and a half hours while attacked by 45 depth charges. The next day, she sighted a large transport, but escorts forced her to go deep and clear the area. On 21 September, the submarine fired three stern torpedoes at a naval auxiliary. The first torpedo broke the ship in half, and the next two hit the aft section. The victim was subsequently identified as ''Koei Maru'', a converted net tender of 900 tons. A week later, ''Trout'' picked up a carrier group consisting of a light aircraft carrier, two cruisers, and two destroyers. The submarine closed to Commons:Category:Marshall Islands WikiPedia:Marshall Islands Dmoz:Regional Oceania Marshall Islands
, to Swatow (Shantou), where she remained until 2 April 1932. On 18 April, ''Simpson'' departed Manila with her squadron to return to the United States. Arriving at Chefoo, China, on 26 August, ''Stewart'' entered the routine of the Asiatic Fleet, conducting training exercises from bases at Chefoo and Tsingtao (Qingdao) in the summer and Manila in the winter and making calls at Chinese ports during the transit in each direction. Her routine was broken briefly between 6 and 21 September 1923
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operations off Okinawa, and exercises of various types off Japan. On 29 April, she rescued three aviators from , whose A-3D aircraft had crash landed in the ocean. ''Edson'' returned to Long Beach on 31 May for an overhaul (wikt:overhaul) which continued through October. ''Edson'' spent the remainder of 1960 conducting training off San Diego (San Diego, California). Image:Bow of the USS Edson.JPG left thumb Bow of the USS ''Edson'' at Philadelphia Naval Shipyard
on 4 June 1961, and proceeded to a station in international waters off the Dominican Republic to await further orders. When the crisis terminated, the ship returned to Norfolk after conducting training exercises off Puerto Rico. * February 4 – The Avro 748-105 Srs. 1 (Hawker Siddeley HS 748) ''Cuidad de Bahia Blanca'', operating as Aerolíneas Argentinas Flight 707, encounters severe turbulence and crashes near Loma Alta in Chaco Province, Argentina, killing all
along the Atlantic coast. After the war, she reported to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where machinists and electricians worked on her until 20 September 1919, when she was reduced to "in commission, in reserve," at Cape May, New Jersey. She departed Philadelphia in April 1920 and proceeded, via Jamaica, to Coco Solo, Panama Canal Zone, where she underwent overhaul and conducted experimental tests. Conducting training cruises, she operated in and around Cuba
in the Asiatic Fleet Problem and then continued patrolling in the Philippines. Arriving at Chefoo, China, on 26 August, ''Stewart'' entered the routine of the Asiatic Fleet, conducting training exercises from bases at Chefoo and Tsingtao (Qingdao) in the summer and Manila in the winter and making calls at Chinese ports during the transit in each direction. Her routine was broken briefly between 6 and 21 September 1923 by a voyage to Yokosuka, Japan, to relieve victims