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Lionfish commissioned

On 1 November 1944, Balao-class submarine USS Lionfish (AGSS-298) was commissioned with LCdr Edward D. Spruance, son of Admiral Raymond Spruance, in command.
Museum ship Lionfish at Battleship Cove, Fall River, MA

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Hazard commissioned

On 31 October 1944, Admirable-class minesweeper USS Hazard - AM-240 was commissioned with Lt. Curtis B. Tibbals, USNR in command.
Freedom Park, Omaha, Nebraska

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MS Cap San Diego decommissioned

On 31 October 1986, general cargo ship MS Cap San Diego was decommissioned.
Now an operational museum ship in Hamburg, Germany.

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Narodovolets commissioned

On 31 October 1931, Soviet Dekabrist-class submarine 'Narodovolets' was commissioned.

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Turbinia moved

On 30 October 1994, the first steam turbine-powered steamship 'Turbinia' was moved to Newcastle's Museum of Science and Engineering (later renamed The Discovery Museum) and put on display to the public in March 1996.
Museum ship at Discovery Museum in Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

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