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      • Monuments / Landmarks (5)
      • Newport, United States (7)
      • Norfolk, United States (4)
      • Gyms (3)
      • US Navy Little Creek Amphibious Base, Virginia Beach, United States (3)
      • Honolulu, United States (3)
      • Parks (2)
      • Museums (2)
      • Hotels (1)
      • Portsmouth, United States (1)
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      • Landover, United States (1)
      USS Missouri MemorialDecember 7, 2011
      Historic Site
      • Honolulu, United States

      "Mighty Mo" was built in 1944, but was the site of the official Japanese declaration of surrender.

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      USS Utah MemorialDecember 7, 2011
      History Museum
      • Honolulu, United States

      The "Forgotten Memorial". Only ship named after the state of Utah. The ship was rigged as a mobile target for exercises when she was struck.

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      USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & ParkDecember 7, 2011
      Historic Site
      • Honolulu, United States

      USS Bowfin - "Pearl Harbor Avenger". Bowfin was built and launched from Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Dec. 7, 1942. Sank 20 vessels.

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      FedEx FieldDecember 6, 2011
      Football
      • Landover, United States

      Cheer on Navy here https://www.facebook.com/navyathletics and here http://www.facebook.com/USnavy and on Twitter, too! @USnavy #ArmyNavy Read more

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      Pier 14December 6, 2011
      Pier
      • Norfolk, United States

      Tell your family and friends to watch the homecoming LIVE @ http://livestre.am/5GLG or http://www.facebook.com/USnavy. Join the conversation on Twitter: #GHWBSG Read more

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      Rockwell Hall GymDecember 2, 2011
      Gym
      • Norfolk, United States

      JEB Little Creek-Fort Story is the premier Expeditionary Forces training installation. From America’s 1st landing site in 1607 to WWII amphib training, they comprise the crown jewel of U.S. mil bases.

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      Rockwell Hall GymDecember 2, 2011
      Gym
      • Norfolk, United States

      JEB Little Creek-Fort Story is the premier Expeditionary Forces traininginstallation. From America’s 1st landing site in 1607 to WWII amphibtraining, they comprise the crown jewel of U.S. mil bases.

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      Rockwell Hall GymDecember 2, 2011
      Gym
      • Norfolk, United States

      Go to the USO information booth next to Santa to pick up your prize while supplies last! (We have 10 tickets for a free game of bowling and 10 movie passes)

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      Island CemeteryNovember 10, 2011
      Historic Site
      • Newport, United States

      Recognized as a landmark and dating back to the nineteenth century, the cemetery is resting place to prominent figures like Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry (1826) and Commodore Matthew C. Perry (1858)

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      Saint Mary’s Episcopal CemeteryNovember 10, 2011
      Historic Site
      • Portsmouth, United States

      The final resting place of Rear Admiral Stephen B. Luce (1827-1917), founder and first president of the Naval War College.

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      Washington SquareNovember 10, 2011
      Park
      • Newport, United States

      Home to Old Colony House, Rhode Island’s first State House (built in 1739), and a statue of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, Battle of Lake Erie hero. Perry’s home still stands a few feet away.

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      Hyatt Regency NewportNovember 10, 2011
      Hotel
      • Newport, United States

      The hotel's site used to be home to Fort George, a fortification erected before the Revolutionary War, and the Naval Torpedo Station, which was used to experiment with explosives and stationary mines.

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      Touro ParkNovember 8, 2011
      Park
      • Newport, United States

      Home to the statue of Newport native Commodore Matthew C. Perry, known for his expedition to Japan (which opened up the country's trading) and role as the first commander of the African Squadron.

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      Newport Elks LodgeNovember 8, 2011
      Event Space
      • Newport, United States

      The lodge is built on the former site of the Atlantic Hotel, which was leased by the Navy from 1861-1865 to house the United States Naval Academy before it relocated to Annapolis during the Civil War.

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      Goat IslandNovember 8, 2011
      Island
      • Newport, United States

      Now the home of the Hyatt Regency hotel, Goat Island was once the site of the Fort George and the Naval Torpedo Station during the Revolutionary War.

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      Naval War College MuseumNovember 8, 2011
      Museum
      • Newport, United States

      Located on the southern end of Coasters Harbor Island, this official Navy museum showcases the history of the Navy in Narragansett Bay. www.usnwc.edu/museum www.facebook.com/navalwarcollegemuseum

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