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Fir rescues 19

On 4 November 1949, USCGC Fir rescues 19 people off the distressed MV Andalucia, which had caught
fire off of Neah Bay, WA.
Fir 212 Restoration, Stockton, CA

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Silversides laid down

On 4 November 1940, Gato-class submarine USS Silversides (SS-236) , was laid down at the Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, CA.
USS Silversides Submarine Museum, Muskegon, MI

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Baltimore added to NRHP

On 4 November 1993, steam tug Baltimore was added to the National Register of Historic Places, and designated a National Historic Landmark.
Museum ship at Baltimore Museum of Industrie, Baltimore, MD

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Acadia paid off

On 3 November 1945, HMCS Acadia paid off and was returned for the second time to the Canadian Hydrographic Service as CSS Acadia, the new acronym standing for Canadian Survey Ship.
Museum ship at Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Halifax, NS, Canada

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USS Ling laid down

On 2 November 1942, Balao-class submarine USS Ling SS-297 was laid down at Cramp Shipbuilding Co. Philadelphia, PA
Museum ship USS Ling, currently still in Hackensack, NJ

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