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  Sam Houston - Wikipedia Mirror   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Houston was born in Rockbridge County, Virginia, to Major Samuel Houston and Elizabeth Paxton and was one of nine children.
Using his popularity, Houston was twice elected president of the Republic of Texas on September 5, 1836 and served from October 22, 1836 to December 10, 1838, and from December 12, 1841 to December 9, 1844.
The Sam Houston Schoolhouse in Maryville, Tennessee, is Tennessee's oldest schoolhouse.
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 USS Sam Houston (SSBN 609)
USS SAM HOUSTON spills less than 50 gallons of low-level radioactive water during a test while she is in the PSNY undergoing maintenance.
USS SAM HOUSTON runs aground in Carr Inlet of the southeast tip of Fox Island in the Puget Sound while operating in shallow water to determine how quiet the vessel is in water.
USS SAM HOUSTON was laid down on 28 December 1959 by the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., Newport News, Va.; launched on 2 February 1961; sponsored by Mrs.
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 Sam Houston Summary
Houston was born on March 2, 1793, in Rockbridge County, Va. Following the death of his father, he and his mother moved to Blount County, Tenn., in 1807.
Houston was struck by a Creek arrow at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend.
The settlement of Houston was founded in August 1836 by brothers J.K. Allen and A.C. Allen and named in Houston's honor and served as capital.
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 USS Sam Houston (SSBN-609) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
USS Sam Houston (SSBN-609), a Ethan Allen-class submarine, was the only ship of the United States Navy to be named for the President of the Republic of Texas.
On her first patrol, Sam Houston, manned by the Blue Crew, operated continuously submerged for 48 days and two hours, then moored alongside the submarine tender USS Proteus (AS-19) in Holy Loch, Scotland.
In 1981, in compliance with the SALT I treaty, the missile section of Sam Houston was decommissioned.
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 Sam Houston
On 22 October 1836, Houston was inaugurated President of the Republic of Texas and held the office until December 1838.
The second Sam Houston (SSBN-609) was laid down on 28 December 1959 by the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., Newport News, Va.; launched on 2 February 1961; sponsored by Mrs.
The crews were again alternated, and Sam Houston departed on her third patrol in March.
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In  1981 SAM HOUSTON was redesigated SSN-609.  Her missiles were removed.  She was subsequently modified to carry 2 Dry Deck Shelters on the After Deck in support of Special Ops (Pacific).
Sam Houston then went on DDS trials in Bangor Wash. returning to Pearl Harbor in June '88.
After 29 years of service SAM HOUSTON was decommissioned and struck from Navy List on 6 June 1991.  She was disposed of by SRP on 28 June 1993.
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 USS Sam Houston Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
USS SAM HOUSTON (SSBN-609) was the third nuclear powered submarine and the first 608 class SSBN to be built at the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company.
SAM HOUSTON was the initial FBM submarine to deploy to the Mediterranean and join the NATO Forces there, and also the first POLARIS submarine to make a port-of-call during a patrol, when she made a short operational visit to Izmir, Turkey.
Prior to this overhaul, SAM HOUSTON had spent over 70% of her life at sea submerged, ready to perform her mission of deterrence from Holy Loch Scotland.
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 USS Houston Encyclopedia Article @ FooFighters.net (Foo Fighters)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
USS Frank Cable sailor who died after steam accident is honored on...
The second Portals was a A-Z Index commissioned in http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Houston and sunk at the 1917 in early templates for deletion.
The third Houston (CA-30) was a Lists of ships, commissioned in attack submarine, crippled in October World War I, but saved after heroic efforts.
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 Sam Houston Chapter #38 Katy, Texas
Denise is a criminal defense attorney in Houston, Allison is engaged in a singing and recording career based in Austin, and John is a retired physician who practiced in Houston for a number of years before combining with his father full time to create a thriving, multifaceted energy concern.
The Sam Houston Chapter #38 of the Sons of the Republic of Texas was chartered in Katy, Texas on April 21, 1987.
The Sam Houston Chapter awarded the USS San Jacinto Enlisted Man of the Year Award to PO Steven Hoak at the San Jacinto Day Ceremony at the San Jacinto Battleground on April 21, 2006.
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 FD Houston - Information and Top Picks about Houston   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Sam Houston, also called Samuel Houston, was a 66-ton schooner carrying a crew of 15 and a single 12-pounder smoothbore, which, before the American Civil War, had operated along the Texas coast.
Sam HoustonSam Houston Samuel Houston (March 2, 1793 andndash; July 26, 1863) was a key figure in the history of Texas, and, as of 2005, the only person in U.S. history to have been the governor of two...
Sam Houston, one of the most illustrious political figures of Texas, was born on March 2, 1793, the fifth child (and fifth son) of Samuel and Elizabeth...
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 USS Sam Houston Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Patrol 32 brought SAM HOUSTON to Rota Spain.
From September 1982 to September 1985, SAM HOUSTON was modified in Bremerton, Washington, as an Amphibious Transport to carry frogmen or commandos.
SAM HOUSTON's remaining career prior to her decommissioning 6 Jun 91 will be added as compiled.
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 Uss Sam Houston, Houston Travel, About Houston, Houston History, Houston Cities, Houston Entertainments, Houston ...
The USS Houston (CA-30), a heavy cruiser, was sunk by the Japanese on March 1, 1942.
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 FBM History Jul 62 to Mar 64
USS JOHN C. was Launched Miss Rosalie J. Calhoun (Sponsor) (Note: This one at NNS&D).
USS SAM RAYBURN SSBN 635 was Launched Mrs S.E. Bartley & Mrs.
USS PROTEUS (AS 19), the first FBM submarine tender assigned to Holy Loch, became the first FBM submarine tender at Rota, Spain.
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 FBM History Jan 61 to Jun 62
USS SAM HOUSTON SSBN 609 was Launched, Mrs.
USS PATRICK HENRY returned from patrol and came alongside the PROTEUS in Holy Loch, Scotland, to become first SSBN to use Holy Loch as a refit and upkeep anchorage.
USS ETHAN ALLEN, operating in the Pacific as a unit of Joint Task Force 8, successfully fired a POLARIS A-1 missile with a nuclear warhead.
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 Samantha Coytoe,MD
Sam Coyote is an officer that everyone should hope to have on their ship or base staff.
Captain Ross McBride Commanding Officer USS Sam Houston The Ketracil white cure program was first initiated by Doctor Julian Bashir of DEEP Space Nine.
Professsionaly Sam is a mixture of old practices and new medical technolgies.
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 ASR Round Table Awards- April 1998
(USS SAM HOUSTON; 21MTFW) has consistently shown himself to be a frequent contributor to his units, garnering the praise of his fellow players.
His support of his CO on the USS DAEDALUS was exemplary and in no small measure has contributed to the success of that unit.
In addition to his efforts to ensure the success of his own command, he was also instrumental in helping the USS ALLIANCE through a change of command and USS SORANUS through a a leave of absence on the part of her commanding officer.
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USS Cobia (SS-245) - One of the few Fleet ("Gato") class submarines remaining for public view, sits today on Lake Michigan in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, as a tribute to the men of the "Silent Service" and the workers who built the subs.
USS Sea Robin (SS-407) - A WWII Diesel-Electric Submarine, this follows her construction at Portsmouth NH, through 3 war patrols against Japan, the first submarine to round Cape Horn, and finally her de-commissioning.
USS Triton (SS-201) - The loss of the TRITON, a wonderful ship manned by a magnificent crew which had been outstandingly successful from the beginning of the war and had inflicted irreparable damage on the enemy...
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 eBay Store - Veramar-Naval Ship Prints: Submarines SSBN: USS NEBRASKA SSBN 739 Canvas Print   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
USS George Washington Carver SSBN 656 Canvas Print
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 DC Museum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
On April 29, 1988, the Ethan Allen class submarine, USS Sam Houston (SSBN 609) ran aground in Carr Inlet southeast of Fox Island, Puget Sound, WA.
The submarine was conducting operations in shallow water to determine how quiet it is in the water.
The submarine rescue ship USS Florikan (ASR 9) and four tugs freed the submarine the next day.
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 Sam Houston Class Command Destroyer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
History: With the completion of the SAM HOUSTON-project as a test of experimental systems ranging from the frigate size to the destroyer size, Star Fleet Engineering selected the new CAVALLA-class to become the foundations for implementation of those systems within the destroyer sized class.
The project itself has been modified to become an part of the command and tactical systems of this class starship.
NAMING CONVENTION It is recommended by the Star Fleet Engineering Design Team that future ships of this starship class line be named after 20th century combat submarines of the planet Earth.
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Mike Dailey (USS FEYNMAN, USS BURKE, SFDIPTF) has consistently contributed to a very high level, both in terms of frequency and creativity, having major influences on the creative direction of the the missions of the units on which he serves.
Mike Randles (USS SAM HOUSTON; 21MTFW) has consistently shown himself to be a frequent contributor to his units, garnering the praise of his fellow players.
Melanie Pocknall (XO, USS TEMPEST) is commended for her support of her role playing unit and for her timely, relevant, and supportive contributions via role play and through her administrative efforts.
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 YNCS(SS) Robert Jon Cox, USN (Ret.)
Cox supported USS SAM HOUSTON (SSBN 609) in a temporary duty status in November/December 1980.
In September 1985 Cox was assigned to the diesel-electric submarine USS DARTER (SS 576), homeported in Sasebo, Japan where he served as Administrative Officer.
In April 1993, Cox was assigned to the fast-attack submarine USS PASADENA (SSN 752) homeported in San Diego, California.
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William served aboard the USS REQUIN SS-481, USS PICKREL SS-524, USS ARGONAUT SS-475 and the USS RUNNER SS-476.
William served aboard the USS CARBANERO SS-337 and USS BLACKFIN SS-322 as a MoMM/2c(SS).
David served aboard the USS SEA FOX SS-402, USS ENTEMADOR SS-340 and USS BALAO SS-285 and was discharged as CSR3 on 7/26/54.
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 USS Sam Houston - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Two ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Sam Houston.
The first Sam Houston was a schooner serving during the American Civil War.
The second Sam Houston (SSBN-609) was a Ethan Allen-class submarine serving during the Cold War, named for the President of the Republic of Texas.
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Was on USS Sculpin 69-72, Casimir Pulaski 73-76, Sam Houston 78-81, Sculpin again 81-83, Seawolf 83-85, Alexander Hamilton 85-86, Retired RMCS(SS) June 1988.
USS John Marshall SSBN-611 USS Hunley AS-31 I was injured and left the Navy in 1977 as an MT1(SS).
USS Michigan SSBN727, Helena SSN725, Louisville SSN 724, from 1983 to 1995 a NUC...
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 Dry Deck Shelter
An empty DDS also allows the ability to recover an SDV launched from shore or another submarine (USS JOHN MARSHALL demonstrated the capability to recover and launch another country’s SDV during a multi-lateral exercise in the Mediterranean).
Submarines currently configured for DDS use are USS William H Bates (SSN 680), USS L Mendel Rivers (SSN 686), USS Kamehameha (SSN 642), USS James K Polk (SSN 645), and USS Dallas (SSN 700).
As of early 1999 modifications were nearly complete on USS Los Angeles (SSN 688) and USS Buffalo (SSN 715).
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 USS Sam Houston - SSN 609 - Unit Pages
Sam Houston SSBN 609 Blue crew 71-72 pictures
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 Bulletin Board for USS Sam Houston - SSBN 609
Hi, My father, who passed away in 1998 also served on the Sam Houston.
I also have a bunch of pictures from that time I scanned in the computer.
If you are interested, please contact me. There are a bunch that I believe are of the crews on the Sam Houston.
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USS GUARDFISH (SSN-612) was built by the New York Shipbuilding Corporation, Camden, New Jersey.
After serving 18 months in USS SAM HOUSTON (SSBN609) commissioning crew as Main Propulsion Officer, Commander Hines reported for duty as Executive Officer of USS GEORGE WASHINGTON (SSBN598) where he participated in four deterrent patrols of this Fleet Ballistic Missile (Polaris) submarine.
After nuclear power training he served for three years in USS SKATE (SSN-578), for two years as Engineer Officer at the S1C Nuclear Power Training Unit in Windsor, Connecticut, and for two years as Navigator and Operations Officer in USS ASPRO (SSN-648).
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