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Forceful decommissioned

On 11 October 1943, tugboat HMAS Forceful (W-126) was decommissioned from Naval service and returned to civilian duties.
During her war service she was based at Darwin and operated mainly in northern Australian waters.
She received two battle honours for her wartime service: "Darwin 1942-43" and "Pacific 1941-1943".
Now a museum ship at the Queensland Maritime Museum, Brisbane, QLD, Australia

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Haida decommissioned

On 11 October 1963, HMCS Haida (DDE215) was decommissioned. She is now the last remaining Tribal-class destroyer, and a museum ship in Hamilton, ON, Canada.

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USS McAnn commissioned

On 11 October 1943, Cannon-class destroyer escort USS McAnn (DE-179) was commissioned at New York, Commander Charles F. Hooper in command.
She was transferred to Brazil on June 30 1953 as 'Commandante Bauru' (D-18), and is now a museum ship in Rio de Janeiro.

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Argonaute lifted into place

On 10 October 1989, French Aréthuse-class submarine Argonaute (S636), was lifted into place in La Vilette Park, Paris, after a long trip up the Seine river and the seven locks of the Saint-Denis Canal. She opened to the public in 1989.
Cité des sciences et de l'industrie, Paris, France.

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SS Freshspring

Added SS Freshspring as 356th museum ship to the site:

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