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For a ship idea…

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    But I don’t know what the minimum depth it needs to operate though.

    I love APC’s, so crunchy!!!

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    The final Spruance class destroyer (The USS. Cushing was given to the pakistany navy)

    they have be decomisioned and sold as scrap… if A rich company where to buy all the parts…..

    Yes, I’m a hick, whats your point?

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  • And none of them are being sold yet. 
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It was purchased from a private millionaire who had purchased it in parts and assembled then ALREADY inside the lakes…

Yes, I’m a hick, whats your point?

Western Carolina Catamounts Sports update:

WCU Womens’ Track and Field came in 2nd in the SOCON championships.

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  • While a Spruance Class destroyer is a good ship, none of them can get into the Great Lakes because they draw too much water.   The Eire Canal is only 14 feet deep in spots and hte spruance class draws 20+ feet empty.
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    My dad was Air Force so don’t know much about the ships. more a Jet kinda guy. but this ship looks like damage on water.

     

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    I AM not just junkie, I AM a pusher man (6060 and climbing) & I AM Sadocks Tangent Brother.

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    The most beautiful ships in the history of the US Navy…

    The Spruance Class Destroyer!

    the Spruance class is elegant, but hard as nails..

    (Oh… and my dad did the "Star-Shoot" nav system alignment on them back b4 GPS was invented when he worked for Ingalls Shipbuilding down in Mississippi.)

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