69324RE: [bolger] Re: " In the Gloucester, MA News..." 2 items
- Feb 8, 2013Yes, this would be a terrible tragedy for the Olympia to be broken up. We
should be ashamed as a nation to let that happen. The Olympia is probably
the most rare naval relic we have.
I'm going to the web site today and make a contribution.
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It's worse than the funding for the Olympia just drying up. Some swindler,
or maybe it was swindlers, got into the organization taking care of the
Olympia and embezzled most of the funds!! <sigh> Losing the Olympia would
be a much greater historical tragedy than scrapping the New Jersey, since
we've got three other Iowa class battleships...
On Thu, 07 Feb 2013 09:34:21 -0800, michael n wrote:
> Here in my world on the Delaware River, the historic Battle Cruiser
> Olympia lies in her berth at Penns Landing, Philadelphia. Funding to
> maintain and repair this ship is dried up and she awaits an uncertain
> future that may involve scrapping her, the last US warship that fought
> in the Spanish American War.
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