The Greek Navy destroyer VELOS (Arrow), formerly the USS Charette, has been preserved as a Museum in the Hellenic Navy Sea Park, Gulf of Athens. On 23 May 1973, VELOS and her crew, while participating in a NATO exercise, was part of a failed mutiny against the Greek dictatorship. Captain Pappas and his crew sailed to Fiumicino, Italy where those who wished to defect were granted political asylum. The Incident attracted worldwide attention. The ship returned to Greece after a month with replacement crew. The VELOS is new preserved as a museum in Faliron, Athens.