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Este día en la historia: 29/07/1958 - Creación de la NASA

In a This Day in History video, learn that on July 29, 1958, the United States committed men, money, and technology to winning the & 34;space race.& 34; NASA was created after the Russians launched the satellite Sputnik. After eleven years, America pulled out ahead with Apollo 11. Now the & 34;space race& 34; is done; both the U.
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Portsmouth I - Historia

PortsmouthI(Ship: t. 593; cpl. 220; a. 24 guns)The first Portsmouth was a small warship built for the new United States Navv in 1798 by James K. Hackett, Portsmouth, N.H., with funds contributed by the citizens of Portsmouth.Commanded by Capt. Daniel MeNeil, Portsmouth operated in the West Indies during the Naval War with France in the squadron commanded by Commodore John Barry.
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Emilio Medici

Gaucho militar (1905-1985). Tercer presidente de la República después del golpe militar de 1964. Emilio Garrastazu Médici (4/12 / 1905-9 / 10/1985) nace en Bagé, hijo de un acaudalado agricultor familiar italiano. Influenciado por su madre, de origen vasco, estudia en el Colegio Militar de Porto Alegre y hace carrera en el Ejército.
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Herndon DD- 198 - Historia

Herndon I(DD-198: dp. 1,190 1. 314& 39;5& 34;, b. 31& 39;9& 34;; dr. 9& 39;4& 34;, s. 35k.; cpl. 122, a. 4 4& 34;, 3 3& 34;, 12 21& 34; tt.; cl. Clemson)The first Herndon (DD-198) was launched 31 May 1919 by the Newport News Shipbuilding & Drydock Co., Newport News, VA., sponsored by Miss Lucy Taylor Herndon, niece of Commander Herndon; and commissioned 14 September 1920 at Norfolk, Lt.
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Condado de Snohomish LST-1126 - Historia

Snohomish County(LST-1126: dp. 4,080 (f.) 1. 328& 39;0& 34;, b. 50& 39;0& 34;, dr. 14& 39;1& 34;; s. 11.6 k. (tl.); cp;. 119; a. 4 40mm; cl. LST 1081)Snohomish County (LST-1126) was laid down on 16 November 1944 by Chicago Bridge & Iron Co. of Seneca, Ill., as LST-1126; launched on 9 February 1945, and departed Seneca on 23 February to sail down the Illinois and Mississippi rivers to New Orleans.
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