#TriviaTuesday Who is known as the "Father of the U.S. Navy?"
31% Admiral David Farragut
69% Captain John Paul Jones
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Jan 18, 2022 · 8:19 PM UTC

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Revolutionary war?
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Father of the world's navy is Turkish Barbarosa.
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idontknow dontgiveuptheship was farragut? iforgot the ffather of nuclearnavy was oneguy at one critical point
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A fearless warrior, who had repeatedly beat the odds in the bloodiest times of naval history, the Father of the American Navy John Paul Jones was a courageous, determined and daring Commander, with a strong commitment to the American struggle for freedom.
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The heroic battle of Captain John Paul Jones and the "USS Bonhomme Richard" against Captain Pearson and the British frigate "HMS Serapis" in September 1779 was the first-ever defeat of an English ship in English waters.