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Coronado Historical Landmark Built 1917 J.D. & A.B. Spreckels Dedicated 1974
This World War II combat swimmer commemorates the U.S. Navy's underwater demolition (UDT) and Sea, Air, Land (SEAL) teams. They have trained and have been based in Coronado since 1946. These "Naked Warriors" swam unarmed onto heavily def…
Vice Admiral Stockdale was awarded the Nation's highest military decoration, the Medal of Honor, in recognition of his extraordinary heroism, conspicuous gallantry, and unparalleled leadership as senior Naval Officer held as a prisoner of war in N…
Edward H. Martin lived a life of selfless service. In July 1967, as executive officer of VA-34, he was shot down by surface-to-air missiles while leading a flight of A-4 Skyhawks from the USS Intrepid against targets in North Vietnam. For almost s…
Coronado Historical Landmark J.D. Spreckels House - 1908
Sacred Heart Church - 1920 Irving J. Gill, Architect
Vice Admiral Stockdale was awarded our nation's highest military award, the Medal of Honor, for his extraordinary heroism, conspicuous gallantry, and unparalleled leadership while serving as senior naval officer in the Prisoner of War camps of Nor…
Coronado Historical Landmark Carey-Hizar House 1889
This three-story wood frame building was the first hotel in Coronado, opened July 28, 1887, at First Street and Orange Avenue. In 1911 it was moved to Ynez Place, close to the Hotel del Coronado where it served as a dormitory for employees of its …
Carlin House - 1939 In Memory Katherine E. Catlin 1903 - 1986 Beloved Coronado Historian Dedicated 1986 Coronado Historical Association
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