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Action  Action of Admiral Guise in Callao On September 5, 1824

Action

Action of Admiral Guise in Callao

On September 5, 1824

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23 setiembre de 1969 Aniversario de creación del Cuerpo de Capitanías y Guardacostas 23 setiembre 1969

23 setiembre de 1969

Aniversario de creación del Cuerpo de Capitanías y Guardacostas

23 setiembre 1969

Aniversario de creación del Cuerpo de Capitanías y Guardacostas 23 de setiembre de 1969

Made in France Arrive at the Port of Callao B.A.P. "Santillana" and  "Velarde corvettes On September 30, 1980

Made in France

Arrive at the Port of Callao B.A.P. "Santillana" and "Velarde corvettes

On September 30, 1980

Corvettes made in France, acquired by Peru B.A.P. "Santillana" and B.A.P. "Velarde"

 The second missile frigate of the squadron BAP Villavisencio joins the Navy On September 7, 1979

The second missile frigate of the squadron

BAP Villavisencio joins the Navy

On September 7, 1979

The BAP Villavisencio, of Italian manufacture, second missile frigate of the squad, is joined into the Navy.

First war with Gran Colombia Blockade of the ports of Tumbes and Panama On 9 September 1828

First war with Gran Colombia

Blockade of the ports of Tumbes and Panama

On 9 September 1828

In the framework of the first war with Gran Colombia (1828-29), the government decreed the blockade of the ports of Tumbes and Panama, during the war against Gran Colombia.

Peruvian Aviator Jorge Chavez Dartnell dies in Italy On September 27, 1910

Peruvian Aviator

Jorge Chavez Dartnell dies in Italy

On September 27, 1910

Jorge Chavez Dartnell, Peruvian aviator, dies in Italy, the first one to fly over the Alps mountain range by plane.

Inventor of the torpedoes that sank the Chilean ships "Loa" and "Covadonga" Manuel José Cuadros dies in Lima On September 21, 1898

Inventor of the torpedoes that sank the Chilean ships "Loa" and "Covadonga"

Manuel José Cuadros dies in Lima

On September 21, 1898

Manuel José Cuadros dies in Lima, inventor of the torpedoes that sank the Chilean ship "Loa" in Callao, and in Chancay the enemy Corvette "Covadonga".

The maximum hero of the Peruvian Navy Provide the nomination use of "Grand Admiral Grau"  On September 20, 1977

The maximum hero of the Peruvian Navy

Provide the nomination use of "Grand Admiral Grau"

On September 20, 1977

Provide the nomination use of "Great Admiral Grau", to refer to the maximum hero of the Peruvian Navy.

In Lima Rear Admiral Melitón Carvajal dies On September 19, 1935

In Lima

Rear Admiral Melitón Carvajal dies

On September 19, 1935

Rear Admiral Manuel Melitón Carbajal Ambulodegui died in Lima, prominent Peruvian sailor who was part of the crew of the renowned monitor Huáscar.

In Guayaquil, Ecuador Signing of the peace treaty between Colombia and Peru On September 22, 1829

In Guayaquil, Ecuador

Signing of the peace treaty between Colombia and Peru

On September 22, 1829

In Guayaquil, Ecuador is signed the Peace Treaty that sets the boundaries between Colombia and Peru.

In Chancay Bay Sinking of the Covadonga schooner On September 13, 1880

In Chancay Bay

Sinking of the Covadonga schooner

On September 13, 1880

The schooner "Virgen de Covadonga", was built in Spain, in the shipyard Arsenal de la Carraca (Cádiz) and launched in 1859. It had been built by Royal Order of Isabel II on June 10, 1857. Its keel was placed on the February 13, 1858 and its final tests were made until January 28, 1861. During the conflict with Spain was captured by the Chilean Navy and was considered a war trophy.

From August of 1880, was blocking the port of Chancay. On September 13, the schooner was sunk off the coast of Chancay due to the action of a torpedo engineered by the engineer Manuel Cuadros, who hid it in a small boat but with a beautiful decoration, which when hoisted to the side of the Chilean ship exploded. This caused a hole and the sinking in two minutes of the Covadonga. Lieutenant Decio Oyague was in charge of placing the explosive in the decoy boat.

In this action his commander died and 74 members of his crew, in addition, 32 prisoners were made. The loss of this ship originated in Chile great regret for being a beloved ship, both for being considered as the manager of the sinking of the Peruvian frigate Independence, and for being a trophy of war having been snatched from Spain.

In Lima The act of the Society of Founders of Independence is signed On September 28, 1857

In Lima

The act of the Society of Founders of Independence is signed

On September 28, 1857
The installation act that establishes the Society of Founders of Independence, Victors of May 2 and qualified defenders of the Fatherland is signed.
Built by the SIMA IQUITOS The delivery and baptism of the Rio Itaya river patrol boat was carried out On September 2, 2013

Built by the SIMA IQUITOS

The delivery and baptism of the Rio Itaya river patrol boat was carried out

On September 2, 2013

In the facilities of the Marine Industrial Service -Iquitos (SIMAI), the delivery and baptism of the Rio Itaya river patrol boat and the departure of the Napo Rio Social Action Traveling Platform on its second voyage was carried out.

In Tallin, Estonia The destroyers Almirante Guise and Almirante Villar are handed over to Peru On September 1, 1933

In Tallin, Estonia

The destroyers Almirante Guise and Almirante Villar are handed over to Peru

On September 1, 1933

In Tallinn, Estonia, the destroyers Almirante Guise and Almirante Villar are handed over to Peru, which will become part of the Peruvian Navy.

In England The first cruise "Coronel Bolognesi" is launched to the sea On September 24, 1906

In England

The first cruise "Coronel Bolognesi" is launched to the sea

On September 24, 1906

In the shipyards of Barrow in furness, England, the first cruise ship "Coronel Bolognesi" is launched to the sea.

For the Peruvian Navy The Government acquires the ship, baptized Constitution On September 03, 1894

For the Peruvian Navy

The Government acquires the ship, baptized Constitution

On September 03, 1894

The Government acquires the ship, baptized Constitution, for the service of the Squad. The transport of Chalaco wood is also acquired. The purchase deed of the Coya transport steam (formerly Bayley) is extended, sold by The New York and Pacific Steam Ships Co.

1908 The Heros crypt is inaugurated On September 8, 1908

1908

The Heros crypt is inaugurated

On September 8, 1908

The Heros crypt is inaugurated with the transfer of the heros remains of the Pacific War.

Chief of the American Naval Mission The Peruvian Naval War College is created On September 17, 1930

Chief of the American Naval Mission

The Peruvian Naval War College is created

On September 17, 1930

The Peruvian Naval War College is created, under the direction of the Vice Admiral U.S.N. William Pye Chief of the US Naval Mission. 

By D.S.N. Nº21  The Peruvian Sea Institute is created On September 6, 1963

By D.S.N. Nº21

The Peruvian Sea Institute is created

On September 6, 1963

The Peruvian Sea Institute (IMARPE) is a Specialized Technical Committees of the Ministry of Production, oriented to scientific research, as well as to the study and knowledge of the Peruvian sea and its resources, to advise the State in making decisions regarding the rational use of fishery resources and conservation of the maritime environment, actively contributing to the country development. 

By Supreme Decree The Summer Cruise is established for the cadets of the Naval Academy On September 11, 1923

By Supreme Decree

The Summer Cruise is established for the cadets of the Naval Academy

On September 11, 1923

By supreme decree of the date, the Summer Cruise for the cadets of the Naval Academy is definitively established, which will begin on January 2 of each year.

For the VII Centenary of the Castilla Navy  Travel to Spain the Frigate B.A.P. Gálvez On 04 September 1948

For the VII Centenary of the Castilla Navy

Travel to Spain the Frigate B.A.P. Gálvez

On 04 September 1948

The frigate BAP Gálvez travels to Spain, under the command of commander Federico Salmón de la Jara, to attend the celebrations of the VII centenary of the Castilla Navy. The Gálvez, at that time the most modern ship in the Peruvian fleet, turns out to be the best equipped among the fifteen visiting ships of the Latin American and Lusitanian countries.