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Welcome to the Logroom.

The Archives contain the history of the boat, homeports, overseas deployments and port calls, and historical documents pertaining to the history of the USS William H. Bates. Newspaper clippings, press releases, and other relevant historical items will be published here.

The history of the USS William H. Bates is summarized neatly in the Boat History section. Under development are listings of all the boat's deployments and home ports as well.

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U.S. Naval Institute News

USNI News
  • Navy to Decommission Littoral Combat Ships USS Freedom, USS Independence Later This Year
    The Navy will decommission the service’s first two Littoral Combat Ships later this year, USNI News has learned. USS Independence (LCS-2) will decommission on July 31, Navy spokeswoman Cmdr. Nicole Schwegman confirmed to USNI News. Meanwhile, USS Freedom (LCS-1) will leave the active fleet on Sept. 30, according to a decommissioning memo reviewed by USNI […]
  • Two Navy T-45 Trainers Crash in Texas; All 4 Pilots Safe, 1 Treated for Minor Injuries
    Two Navy training jets collided in mid-air today over Texas, but both sets of student pilots and flight instructors survived, the Navy announced. “Two T-45 Goshawk training aircraft from Training Squadron 22 collided in mid-air in Ricardo, Texas, at approximately 11:00 CST today,” according to a statement on the Chief of Naval Air Training’s (CNATRA) […]
  • New Photos Reveal Details of Cuba’s Tiny, Lethal Attack Submarine
    Like most of the Cuban military, the country’s Navy is characterized by inventive recycling of Soviet-era hardware. Modern systems are rare, but there are systems that are unlike anything you will see in other countries’ fleets. The Cuban fleet has fishing trawlers remodeled into warships and torpedo launching platforms that resemble party rafts. But perhaps […]