Naval Review

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This page describes reviews of the US Fleet. For Fleet Reviews of the Royal Navy, see Fleet Review, or for reviews of other national navies, see Review (disambiguation). For the magazine 'Naval Review', see Naval Review (magazine).
President Harry S. Truman (waving his hat) with his party on board USS Renshaw (DD-499) during the Navy Day Fleet Review in New York Harbor, 27 October 1945. USS Missouri (BB-63) is in the right background, and Navy planes are flying in formation overhead.

A Naval Review is an event, where the whole (or a very large part) of the United States Navy is paraded to be reviewed by the President of the United States or the Secretary of the Navy. It often includes warships and delegates from other national navies. It is more regular and frequent than its British equivalent, the Fleet Review, and often occurs on a Navy Day.

Following is a list of past Naval Reviews, by President. Each was reviewed by the President, unless otherwise noted.

Nineteenth century

Grover Cleveland

Before World War One

Theodore Roosevelt

William Howard Taft

1914–1919: Woodrow Wilson

USS Arizona (BB-39) at the New York City review, 26 December 1918. She was the first of ten dreadnoughts to parade past Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels.

Inter-war

Warren G. Harding

Calvin Coolidge

The USS Maryland (BB-46) during the June 1927 review

Franklin D. Roosevelt

USS Chicago (CA-29) underway off New York City, during the 31 May 1934 fleet review.

1940 to 1945

  • Navy Day, 27 October 1940
  • Navy Day Fleet Review in New York Harbor, 27 October 1945

Post-war to present

Dwight Eisenhower

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International Naval Review - 1957

Gerald Ford

Ronald Reagan

Bill Clinton

References

  1. "Bennington I". DANFS. 
  2. Paul Stillwell, Battleship Arizona: An Illustrated History (Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1991), 303. ISBN 0-87021-023-8. OCLC 23654474.
  3. USS Albany Web Site

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