151017-N-NB178-071 WASHINGTON (Oct. 17, 2015) Capt. Monte L. Ulmer, commanding officer of Naval Support Activity Washington, left; Samuel J. Cox, director of Naval History and Heritage Command; and Councilman Charles Allen, D.C. Council Ward 6; cut a cake during the closing ceremony for the Display Ship Barry in the Cold War Gallery at the Washington Navy Yard. The event was the final send-off before Barry is towed down the Anacostia River for dismantling. Barry was decommissioned in 1982 and became a permanent public display ship in 1984. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd

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151017-N-NB178-071 WASHINGTON (Oct. 17, 2015) Capt. Monte L. Ulmer, commanding officer of Naval Support Activity Washington, left; Samuel J. Cox, director of Naval History and Heritage Command; and Councilman Charles Allen, D.C. Council Ward 6; cut a cake during the closing ceremony for the Display Ship Barry in the Cold War Gallery at the Washington Navy Yard. The event was the final send-off before Barry is towed down the Anacostia River for dismantling. Barry was decommissioned in 1982 and became a permanent public display ship in 1984. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd
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151017-N-NB178-071 WASHINGTON (Oct. 17, 2015) Capt. Monte L. Ulmer, commanding officer of Naval Support Activity Washington, left; Samuel J. Cox, director of Naval History and Heritage Command; and Councilman Charles Allen, D.C. Council Ward 6; cut a cake during the closing ceremony for the Display Ship Barry in the Cold War Gallery at the Washington Navy Yard. The event was the final send-off before Barry is towed down the Anacostia River for dismantling. Barry was decommissioned in 1982 and became a permanent public display ship in 1984. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Tyrell K. Morris/Released) Closing ceremony cake cutting for Display Ship Barry 151017-N-NB178-071