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<h3>Other Information</h3>
 
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'''NAMESAKE''' - Gen. Mariano G. Vallejo (July 7 1808 - January 12 1890)<br/>
 
'''NAMESAKE''' - Gen. Mariano G. Vallejo (July 7 1808 - January 12 1890)<br/>
Vallejo entered the Monterey Presidtial Academy in 1823. Appointed Secretary to the Governor of California in 1825, he later served as Commander of the Presidio at San Francisco, and in 1836 was appointed Commandante General and Director of Colonization of the Northern Frontier, the highest military command in northern California. That appointment terminated during the Bear Flag Revolt, General Vallejo, in spite of substantial losses suffered as a result of that revolution, chose to remain in his home State and support separation from Mexico and annexation by the United States.
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Vallejo entered the Monterey Presidential Academy in 1823. Appointed Secretary to the Governor of California in 1825, he later served as Commander of the Presidio at San Francisco, and in 1836 was appointed Commandante General and Director of Colonization of the Northern Frontier, the highest military command in northern California. That appointment terminated during the Bear Flag Revolt, General Vallejo, in spite of substantial losses suffered as a result of that revolution, chose to remain in his home State and support separation from Mexico and annexation by the United States.
 
An influential member of the State’s Constitutional Convention, he was elected a member of the first State Senate (1850). He continued to devote his energies to the development of California for the remainder of his life. General Vallejo died at Sonoma, Calif., January 12 1890.<br/><br/>
 
An influential member of the State’s Constitutional Convention, he was elected a member of the first State Senate (1850). He continued to devote his energies to the development of California for the remainder of his life. General Vallejo died at Sonoma, Calif., January 12 1890.<br/><br/>
 
The ships sponsor was Miss Patricia O. V. McGettigan.
 
The ships sponsor was Miss Patricia O. V. McGettigan.

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Ship Name and Designation History

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    Benjamin Franklin Class Nuclear Powered Ballistic Missile Submarine
    Keel Laid 7 July 1964 - Launched 23 October 1965

  1. USS MARIANO G. VALLEJO SSBN-658
    Commissioned 16 December 1966 - Decommissioned 9 March 1995

    Struck from Naval Register 9 March 1995
    Disposed of through NPSSRP 22 December 1995
MARIANO G VALLEJO SSBN Crest.jpg


Naval Covers

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  1. USS Mariano G. Vallejo SSBN-658 Covers Page 1     (1964-95)

 


Postmarks

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USPO Postmark

Mare Island, CA

1966-12-16

JohnGermann Mariano G. Vallejo SSBN658 19661216 1 Front.jpg

Commissioning


 

USPS
Pictorial Postmark

"50th
Anniversary Sta."

Vallejo, CA

2016-12-16

GregCiesielski MarianoGVallejo SSBN658 20161216 1 Postmark.jpg
GregCiesielski MarianoGVallejo SSBN658 20161216 1 Front.jpg

50th Anniversary of Commissioning, cachet by Neal J. Mills. Black Ink.


 

USPS
Pictorial Postmark

"50th
Anniversary Sta."

Vallejo, CA

2016-12-16

GregCiesielski MarianoGVallejo SSBN658 20161216 6 Postmark.jpg
GregCiesielski MarianoGVallejo SSBN658 20161216 6 Front.jpg

50th Anniversary of Commissioning, cachet by Robert Jank. Magenta Ink.

 

Other Information

NAMESAKE - Gen. Mariano G. Vallejo (July 7 1808 - January 12 1890)
Vallejo entered the Monterey Presidential Academy in 1823. Appointed Secretary to the Governor of California in 1825, he later served as Commander of the Presidio at San Francisco, and in 1836 was appointed Commandante General and Director of Colonization of the Northern Frontier, the highest military command in northern California. That appointment terminated during the Bear Flag Revolt, General Vallejo, in spite of substantial losses suffered as a result of that revolution, chose to remain in his home State and support separation from Mexico and annexation by the United States. An influential member of the State’s Constitutional Convention, he was elected a member of the first State Senate (1850). He continued to devote his energies to the development of California for the remainder of his life. General Vallejo died at Sonoma, Calif., January 12 1890.

The ships sponsor was Miss Patricia O. V. McGettigan.

 


 

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