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I wrote an entry that asked some trivia questions about U.S. aircraft carriers.  Here are my answers.  Obviously, the third and fourth questions may change, since a ship headed to the breakers can be detoured to become a museum.

How many U.S. aircraft carriers have been SUNK by enemy action?
  Six

  1. LANGLEY (Hull #1) was sunk as a result enemy action about 75 miles south of Tjilatjap 27 Feb 1942 (see comments below)
  2. LEXINGTON (Hull #2) was sunk as a result of enemy action at the Battle of the Coral Sea 8 May 1942
  3. YORKTOWN (Hull #5) was sunk due to enemy action at the Battle of Midway 7 Jun 1942
  4. WASP (Hull #7) was sunk due to enemy action southeast of San Cristobal Island 15 Sep 1942
  5. HORNET (Hull #8) was sunk due to enemy action at the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands 26 Oct 1942
  6. PRINCETON (Hull #23) was sunk due to enemy action in the Sibuyan Sea 24 Oct 1944

How many U.S. aircraft carriers have been SUNK for any reason?
  Ten (the six noted above plus)

  1. SARATOGA (Hull #3) was used as a test target and sunk at Bikini Atoll
  2. INDEPENDENCE (Hull #22) was sunk as a test target 29 Jun 1951
  3. Update 4: AMERICA (Hull #66) was sunk as a test target 14 May 2005 as a result of a series of tests to provide survivability data for the next generation of aircraft carriers
  4. ORISKANY (Hull #34) was stricken from the Navy List in 1989, sold Sep 1995, contractor defaulted, repossessed by the Navy, contract terminated Jul 1997.  Update 4: The hull is to be sunk as an artificial reef 24 miles offshore of Pensacola, FL.  This was delayed due to concerns over the leeching of solid PCBs from the ship.  It will be the largest ship intentionally sunk as a reef.  More info on the ORISKANY as a Reef can be found here.  Navy pictures and story here and hereUpdate 5: The US Environmental Protection Agency has issued the permit for the sinking, which is currently scheduled for May 15, 2006 (story here).  Update 6: This ship was sunk as planned on May 17, 2006.

How many U.S. aircraft carriers are currently in INACTIVE status and floating somewhere around the U.S.?
  Three

  1. RANGER (Hull #61) in inactive reserve in the Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility (NISMF), Bremerton, WA
  2. INDEPENDENCE (Hull #62) in inactive reserve in the NISMF, Bremerton, WA
  3. CONSTELLATION (Hull #64) in inactive reserve in the NISMF, Bremerton, WA

There is also at least one decommissioned hull still enroute to the breakers.

  1. SARATOGA (Hull #60) berthed at the Naval Education and Training Center, Newport, RI
  2. ... there may be others

How many INACTIVE U.S. aircraft carriers are currently serving as or are on hold to be MUSEUMS?
  Six

  1. YORKTOWN (Hull #10) was established as a floating museum in Charleston, SC
  2. INTREPID (Hull #11) was established as a floating museum in New York, NY
  3. HORNET (Hull #12) was donated to The Aircraft Carrier Hornet Foundation for use as a museum
  4. LEXINGTON (Hull #16) was established as a floating museum in Corpus Christi, TX
  5. MIDWAY (Hull #41) will soon be established as a floating museum in San Diego, CA
  6. FORRESTAL (Hull #59) is on hold as museum donation at the Naval Education and Training Center, Newport, RI

How many U.S. aircraft carriers have been commissioned?
  Sixty-six

  1. REPRISAL (Hull #35) was never completed nor commissioned. The hull, 53% complete, was sold to Boston Metals Co, Baltimore, MD and scrapped in November 1949
  2. WRIGHT (Hull #49) was comissioned twice as an aircraft carrier
  3. Hulls 50 through 57 were authorized in 1941 but were never built
  4. UNITED STATES (Hull #58) was authorized in 1949 but never built

If not sunk, in inactive reserve, or acting as a museum, the remaining hulls were sold for scrap and broken up.

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Good information in general, one correction however...

USS Midway CV-41, is now located in beautiful downtown San Diego California as a Naval Aviation Museum. It formally opens on June 6th or 7th 2004.

The Mighty Midway and all of her Midway Magic will not be lost to the fate of the Coral Sea and now be used to shave your beard in the morning.
Left by John Carmichael on May 27, 2004 9:01 AM

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John: Fixed. I was not aware MIDWAY had been towed down to San Diego. Good news.
Left by Mark on May 27, 2004 2:01 PM

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It's good to see that the "MAGIC" of USS Midway CV-41 is alive and kicking once again. As a former crew member who cut his teeth in the Navy and the Western Pacific onboard "41" I don't think there was any finer ship to be a crew member onboard..... May the "MAGIC" continue for a new generation of people and for those that have lived it first hand, may it continue to be a special part of our lives that we may cherish forever....

Terrell G Randall
United States Navy
ITC(SW/AW)Ret.
Left by Terrell Randall on Jun 30, 2004 10:38 AM

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Maybe you should do a little more reseach on US carrier sunk by enemy action.

USS Langley was no longer considered an aircraft carrier when she was sunk..

You also forgot about the baby flattops lots (At Leyte Gulf and others)
Left by Dave Gansz on Oct 01, 2004 12:44 PM

# Terrell -- email me
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Terrell:
If you see this, please email me at wrightglennl@hotmail.com.

Thanks!
Glenn
Left by glenn wright on Jan 27, 2005 9:01 PM

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Hi,
I'm a writer at Raytheon Company and I was hoping that someone could fill me in on what the V in CVN stands for?

Thank You
Left by Joe Scole on Feb 02, 2005 2:48 PM

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The V stands for fixed wing.
Left by Mark on Feb 03, 2005 12:01 AM

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Originally, in 1920-1922, SECNAV established the trm Fleet Aircraft Carrier (CV). It is believed to have been based on the combination "CRUISER - Aviation - Fixed Wing"
Left by Mike Concannon on Mar 02, 2005 8:23 PM

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Today, the designation CVN means "Multi-Purpose Aircraft Carrier - Nuclear" This resulted from 1974-1975 decisions to eliminate/combine the CVA/CVS roles.
Left by Mike Concannon on Mar 02, 2005 8:26 PM

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I just read the associated press report about the America being towed out to sea and sunk. I served aboard her in the 70's and was wondering if it is possible to get a last look at her?
Left by John Mills on Mar 04, 2005 6:45 PM

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I just read the associated press report about the America being towed out to sea and sunk. I served aboard her in the 70's and was wondering if it is possible to get a last look at her?
Left by John Mills on Mar 04, 2005 6:47 PM

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What are the names of ALL naval ships that stood out from any of the naval bases off the coarst of California during 1944 & 1945?
Left by Donna Tate on Mar 20, 2005 8:03 PM

# She was the third U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier (CV-3). What was her name?
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where is the answer to this particular question above.
Left by jack on Apr 04, 2005 1:05 PM

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jack: See the answer to the second question in the post above or this link: http://www.chinfo.navy.mil/navpalib/ships/carriers/cv-list1.html
Left by Mark on Apr 04, 2005 11:52 PM

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I have a question for you. There is currently a US Air Craft Carrier in Victoria, BC, Canada. She has been there about 4 days now. She has a number # on her and a name on her that looks like BELLAUWOOD(?) or something like that.
Any ideas of her story?
Left by Susi on Apr 11, 2005 2:24 PM

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I sent the above question. I made an error. It was supposed to say there is a Number 3 on her.
Left by Susi on Apr 11, 2005 2:27 PM

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The AMERICA is slated to be used as a target and sunk. Link to article:

http://www.military.com/NewsContent/0,13319,FL_sink_030405,00.html
Left by anon on Apr 15, 2005 8:07 AM

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Re: the V designation

The "V" stands for heavier than air. When naval aviation was in its infancy, there were aircraft that were heavier than air, and others lighter than air. the latter were designated "Z". During the early twentieth century it was not clear which type of aircraft would become more important.

So, "C" stands for carrier, not cruiser. "V" designating that the ship is carrying heavier than air aircraft, as opposed to tending blimps. "N" stands for nuclear propulsion system of the ship itself.
Left by Jon on Apr 17, 2005 7:36 PM

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Hello, very interesting site:) I keep meaning to start one myself, as I am a military historian myself. My question is I seem to have remembered someplace where they had a listing of all the ships that would have been built had the war lasted until 46 or 47. I am especially looking for carrier information. If anyone has such info let me know. My email is Commotech_98_64_06@yahoo.com thanks bunch.
Left by James Carter on Nov 09, 2005 11:21 AM

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382 aircraft in america are dedicated to what?
Left by Mrs Fox on Nov 21, 2006 5:21 AM

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1. Wasp is now at former air station Alameda on san Francisco Bay.

2. V as heavier than air is either out of 'aviation' (A having other uses) or from the French 'voler', to fly. Z from Zeppelin and the other is H for Helicopter.

3. The unknown 'carrier' in Vancouver probably a LHD or LHA.

cheers
Left by Boom on Sep 14, 2007 3:38 PM

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@Jeff: USS SHANGRI-LA (CV-38), an Essex-class aircraft carrier, was laid down by the Norfolk Navy Yard, at Portsmouth, Va., on 15 January 1943, launched on 24 February 1944, sponsored by Mrs. James H. Doolittle, and commissioned on 15 September 1944. The name "SHANGRI-LA" was taken from a speech of President Roosevelt regarding the Doolittle Raid - the first American air strike against the Japanese homeland - in 1942. In his speech, President Roosevelt referred to the origin of the Tokyo raid only as "SHANGRI-LA". They were actually launched from USS HORNET (CV-8) on the morning of 18 April 1942.
Left by Mark on Oct 09, 2007 7:59 PM

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What was the name of the 2 carriers being scrapped that "DIRTY HARRY" chased the bad guys to.I think the movie was Magnum Force.
Left by john flowers on Dec 12, 2007 10:38 AM

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The 12/12/07 Post , I also would like to know the Two Carriers used in Magnum Force in 73 launch of the movie.. JJ
Left by Jerry Jones on Jan 02, 2008 2:25 PM

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Is the hull of the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Midway really that of a Battleship?
Left by David Schneider on Apr 16, 2008 12:03 PM

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I READ YOUR DEFINITION FOR CVN. BUT I CAN'T FIGURE OUT WHY "V" STANDS FOR "AIRCRAFT HEAVIER THAN AIR!" PLEASE EXPLAIN. PLEASE WRITE TO ME AT MY E-MAIL ADDRESS ABOVE.

THANKS,

JOE SCOLE
Left by JOE SCOLE on May 05, 2008 11:52 PM

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The "V" actually stands for "fixed wing"

I am a USN veteran with 5 years of sea duty on 3 differet CV's
Left by Rich Taylor on Jun 08, 2008 10:49 AM

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Having spent a long time in Marine Aviation, and now as a Navy Civilian, I can tell you that there does not have to be a reason for fixed wing heavier than air carrier ships to be called "CV". The "V" in CV does not require a reason. The Navy, in it's oh so infinite wisdom, has decreed it to be, and therefore, it needs no further reasoning, does not need to be reasonable or understandable. It very well may be that some admiral, way back when, was tossing darts between admiral type meetings, they needed a hull designation, so he had his aide pin the Alphabet to the dart board, and the first dart struck the letter "V".

I would also like to know, for certain, the names and hull numbers of the two carriers in Magnum Force.
Left by Bob on Jun 15, 2008 11:31 PM

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I saw a US aircraft carrier in San Diego last winter, it had a large number on it that could be read for miles, I think it was #96 or #98. Can you tell me which carrier it was?
Left by Marty Shanks on Jul 03, 2008 9:17 AM

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Re: Marty Shanks, The carrier in San Diego
It would have to be the USS Ronald Reagan- CVN 76. The USS Gerald Ford (CVN 78) has not been completed and the current registry of carriers has not reached numbers in the 90s yet. There were escort carriers with the 90s designation, i.e. CVE 96 and CVE 98 but they were scrapped by the 1960s.

Re: Joe Scole, Heavier than air
Blimps and airships that are filled with helium or hydrogen are considered "lighter than air" while airplanes (fixed wing) and helicopters (rotary wings) are considered heavier than air. So aircraft carriers such as the USS Lexington CV-2 (in World War II context) would carry aircraft that would be heavier than air, without blimps.

Re: David Schneider, Midway
The USS Midway has a hull originally designed for the unproduced Montana class of battleships. The Midway was designed from the ground up to be an aircraft carrier and even had its own class- the Midway class of carriers of which the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt and the USS Coral Sea. The escort/jeep carriers (CVE) and even larger carriers (considered to be carriers, light - CVL) being produced during World War II utilized existing cruiser hulls (already laid keels and names already assigned for the cruisers) and then modified to be an aircraft carrier and renamed. These were smaller than the standard carrier of the CV designation like the USS Yorktown (CV5) and the USS Enterprise (CV6).
Left by Matthew Chun on Jul 22, 2008 11:32 AM

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08/07/08 0511 hours; answer for susi, asked on 04/11/2005 Victoria, B.C., U.S.S. Bellea Wood LHA 3 (helicopter carrier for Marines)
Left by kilgour on Aug 07, 2008 5:18 AM

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what was the only carrier to be sunk during combat in the atlantic and what date
Left by isiah dumas on Aug 11, 2008 1:05 AM

# Dirty Harry Carriers
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One of them is likely to be the USS SIBONEY (CVE-112). The other is still a mystery.

(Cited: http://newsgroups.derkeiler.com/Archive/Rec/rec.aviation.military.naval/2006-07/msg00058.html)

See also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Siboney_(CVE-112)
Left by ZMonkey79 on Sep 27, 2008 11:06 PM

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USS SIBONEY (CVE-112)
Scraped before the filming
Siboney was struck from the Navy list on 1 June 1970 and sold to Union Minerals and Alloys Corp., New York, a year later for scrap.

Rich,
My 20 years beats your 5 years and I'll raise your 3 CV'S to all in.

The "V" actually stands for "fixed wing"
I am a USN veteran with 5 years of sea duty on 3 differet CV's 6/8/2008 10:49 AM | Rich Taylor

As a Docent on the Midway, I'm going with this answer From Jon.

Re: the V designation

The "V" stands for heavier than air. When naval aviation was in its infancy, there were aircraft that were heavier than air, and others lighter than air. the latter were designated "Z". During the early twentieth century it was not clear which type of aircraft would become more important.

So, "C" stands for carrier, not cruiser. "V" designating that the ship is carrying heavier than air aircraft, as opposed to tending blimps. "N" stands for nuclear propulsion system of the ship itself. 4/17/2005 7:36 PM | Jon

Left by GiantBryan on Oct 15, 2008 1:55 PM

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Recent Update to Decomissioned Carrier Status:

Carriers currently sitting idle awaiting their fate:

USS Forrestal CV 59 Newport, RI
USS Saratoga CV 60 Newport, RI on hold for possible donation as a Museum
USS Ranger CV 61 Bremerton, WA
USS Constellation CV64 Bremerton, WA
USS Independence CV 62 Bremerton, WA
USS John F Kennedy CV67 Philadelphia, PA

Any updated info would be appreciated.
Left by Ron R on Feb 02, 2009 3:34 PM

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You can add USS Kitty Hawk CV 63 to the list of Carriers awaiting their fate in Bremerton, WA. She arrived there in Sept 2008
Left by Jon M on Feb 12, 2009 6:06 PM

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I thought the 'V' in CV meant that the aircraft carrier itself is heavier than air.

The 'Z' designated a lighter-than-air aircraft carrier. The dirigibles (USS Macon, Shannandoah, et. al) from the 1930's were indeed aircraft carriers, and carried, launched, and recovered six fighter aircraft (Goshawks?) using a hook/grappled/winch system.
Left by T. Lee on Mar 01, 2009 8:18 PM

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I think the escort two carriers that were shown in the Magnum Force movie were ex Rabaul (which was acquired by the navy after WWII but never commissioned) and ex USS Badoeng Strait.

Both were scrapped in late 1972 in Beverly Hills CA

I hope this helps.
Left by P Delaney on Jun 23, 2009 2:24 PM

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A few more points about the navy carriers; You’re first question “How many aircraft carriers have been sunk by enemy action?”
You are correct that six carriers from this numbering sequence were lost to enemy action during world war II. You are not however including the escort carriers. Of the 122 escort carriers completed for the US navy during WWII six were lost to enemy action. I could provide the list if you don’t have it or if anyone is interested?
Also there were two carriers sunk for the bikini island testing (Operation Crossroads) in the summer of 1946. The Sara (CV 3) was sunk at Bikini (Baker Shot) and Independence (CVL 22) survived Operation Crossroads but was so heavily contaminated that she was unusable. Her hulk was taken to Pearl Harbor and then to San Francisco before she was scuttled off the Farallon Islands in 1951.
I am not 100% sure about this, but the USS Bunker Hill (CV 17) remained as a test hulk in San Diego for many years and, although she was sold for scrap in 1973, she was still in “mothballs” as recently as 2005.
As for how many aircraft carriers have been commissioned? Again, you are forgetting about the escort carriers. There were 122 escort carriers built, 85 were commissioned into US Navy service, 35 more were commissioned into the Royal Navy and two were acquired by the navy in the summer of 1945 but were never commissioned and never saw service in any navy.
Left by P Delaney on Jul 18, 2009 8:12 PM

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RE: Magnum Force Carriers:

According to Wikipedia, they were:

USS Badoeng Striat CVE 166, and
USS Rabaul CVE 121
Left by Al on Jan 02, 2010 5:43 PM

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Has there ever been an aircraft carrier grounded in the San Francisco Bay during the 40's or 50's?
Left by Bill Perry on Jan 17, 2010 3:04 PM

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I think this site needs some more trivia questions on Carriers!

* How many carriers did US have prior to WWII?
* What was the the name of the 1st carrier built from the keel up?
* What was the name of the last US carrier, of any variety, that was lost in combat to the enemy at what year?
* Of the pre-WWII carriers, which carrier never say action against the Japs?



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Scott:

I apologize in advance for the length of this answer but I am trying to be a tohough as possible as I want to be sure to answer your trivia questions as completely as I can.

Thanks

* Navy had a total of 15 “Aircraft Carriers” in commission on 7 - Dec - 1941
- There were 8 ships in US Navy commission, serving as “Aircraft Carriers”
- CV 2 - CV 8 (Lexington, Saratoga, Ranger, Yorktown, Enterprise, Wasp & Hornet)
- CVE 1 (Long Island)
- There were also 3 ships that were in US Navy commission, serving as “Training Carriers”
- AP 21 - AP 23 (Wakefield, Mount Vernon & West Point)
- And finally, there were 4 ships that were in US Navy commission pending transfer to the Royal Navy under the “Lend Lease“ Program
- BAVG 2 - 5 (HMS Avenger, Biter, Charger & Dasher)
- Note that the HMS Charger (BAVG 4) was never sent to the Royal Navy and instead became CVE 30 - USS Charger.

- Note also that CV 1 (USS Langley) - The first US Navy Aircraft Carrier - had already been converted to a sea plane tender by 7 - Dec - 1941.


* All ships are built from the ground up, so I think you mean built from the ground up as an “Aircraft Carrier” ( as opposed to a ship converted from an different configuration)
- The USS Ranger (CV 4) was the first US Navy commissioned ship to be designed and built as an “Aircraft Carrier”

* The last “Aircraft Carrier” in US Navy commission to be lost due to enemy action was the USS Bismarck Sea (CVE 95) which was sunk by a Japanese kamikaze on 21 - February - 1945.

* Of the 8 ships in US Navy commission, serving as “Aircraft Carriers” on 7 - December - 1941, The USS Ranger (CV4) was the only ship in US Navy commission on 7 - December - 1945 not to see combat against the IJN.
- None of the 7 “Aircraft Carriers” in US Navy Commission on 7 - December - 1941 serving as training or “Lend Lease” ships saw combat against the IJN.

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There were two training carriers that operated on the great lakes in WW2. They had been converted from some other type of ship and had paddle wheels. One of them was named Wolverine. Can't remember the name of the other one.
Left by Chuck Ludovissy on Jun 16, 2011 1:49 AM

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The ship you are thinking of was the USS Sable. Both were used durning WWII to train carrier pilots on take offs and landings.

After the war both were considered obsolete and scrapped.
Left by P Delaney on Jun 16, 2011 8:07 PM

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I was aboard the USS INDEPENDENCE CVA-62, and we had a collision with what
ammunition ship. Only a INDY Sailor will know this one....
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