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AM-483 laid down

On 19 February 1952, AM-480-class fleet minesweeper AM-483 was laid down by Peterson Builders Inc., Sturgeon Bay, WI. She was transferred to the Netherlands as HNLMS Onverschrokken (M886), later renamed HNLMS Mercuur and is now a museum ship in Vlissingen, Netherlands.

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Flore flooded

February 19 1971, French Daphne-class submarine Flore partially flooded off Toulon due to a malfunction with her periscope. Tugs Pachyderme and Travailleur towed her back to Toulon.

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U-1 decommissioned

February 19 1919, German submarine U-1 was decommissioned.

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Rogers decommissioned

On 19 February 1981 Gearing-class destroyer USS Rogers (DD-876) was decommissioned.
She was transferred to South Korea as ROKS Jeon Ju (DD-925) on 25 July 1981, and is now a museum ship at SapKyoHo National Sightseeing Resort, located at Dangjin-Gun, Chung Nam Province, South Korea

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