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A century later, Theodore Roosevelt sent a naval squadron against the last Barbary pirate, Mulai Ahmed er Raisuni, in a show of force conveniently timed to highlight TR’s renomination.
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Following the collision — the fourth naval accident this year, two of them deadly — Joseph Aucoin was relieved from his duties.
Besides the operational pause, over a few months the Navy will complete a longer-term, comprehensive review of U.S. naval forces in Japan, including looking at training and certifying readiness.
The cruiser’s captain, Charles V. McVey, became the only World War II-era U.S. naval officer to be court-martialed after the enemy sank his warship.
The Chamorros persisted in their pursuit of democracy, sometimes with moderate support from the naval governors, sometimes not, but always without success.
In fact, domestic nuclear power originally grew from these naval programs.
His men don’t have to take Casterly Rock by land, or by a full frontal naval attack.
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