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USS Daly (DD-519) - 1945
... Daly arrived off Iwo Jima 16 February 1945 in the screen of air support carriers ... Daly arrived at Nagasaki 14 September for occupation duty, serving in Japanese waters until 17 November when she departed Sasebo for the United States, arriving at ... She arrived at Charleston, S.C ...
USS Kaweah (AO-15)
... After sea trials Kaweah departed New Orleans early January 1922 and arrived Philadelphia 18 January ... She arrived NS Argentia, Newfoundland, 17 November for duty in the North Atlantic ... Following the cessation of hostilities 14 August 1945, Kaweah arrived Hampton Roads, Va ...
USS Trinity (AO-13) - Initial Cruise
... She arrived at Malta and delivered general stores for USS Pittsburgh (CA-4) before proceeding for Split, (now Croatia, then Kingdom of Yugoslavia), with fuel oil for American ships operating ... After a three-day layover at Split, she got underway on 8 March for Venice, where she arrived on the 12th ... the delivery of this cargo, Trinity sailed from Gibraltar on 4 April and arrived at Tompkinsville, Staten Island, New York, on the 17th ...
USS Fox (DD-234) - Service History
... She arrived at Constantinople, Turkey, 21 September reporting for duty with U.S ... Departing Constantinople for the United States on 8 July 1922, Fox arrived at Philadelphia on the 27th ... After undergoing overhaul and engaging in exercises, the ship arrived at Norfolk, Virginia 28 September and was again fitted for duty in the Near East ...
2007 Iditarod - Route - March 11: Bering Sea
... Unalakleet Jeff King arrived in the village of Unalakleet in first place at 335 pm ... Lance Mackey arrived 45 minutes later at 420 pm with Martin Buser and Paul Gebhardt arriving within 7 minutes behind him ... Zack Steer arrived four hours and 31 minutes later at 858 pm ...

Famous quotes containing the word arrived:

    Open covenants of peace openly arrived at
    Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924)

    As a final instance of the force of limitations in the development of concentration, I must mention that beautiful creature, Helen Keller, whom I have known for these many years. I am filled with wonder of her knowledge, acquired because shut out from all distraction. If I could have been deaf, dumb, and blind I also might have arrived at something.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    We can rejoice that the time has arrived when millions of Negro Americans can step out of the shadows, and walk forthrightly into the bright sunshine of human rights.
    Hubert H. Humphrey (1911–1978)