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USS Zumwalt’s first sea trials in December 2015 :Photo: Dave Cleaveland/MaineImaging.com

USS Zumwalt’s first sea trials in December 2015 :Photo: Dave Cleaveland/MaineImaging.com

Russian stealth corvette put British Navy on alert off Danish coast. A British frigate was dispatched to track a mysterious battleship that covertly sneaked in close to Denmark’s coast. The ship turned out to be Russian stealth corvette conducting a complex checkout of battle systems, according to British media.

Russian stealth corvette put British Navy on alert off Danish coast. A British frigate was dispatched to track a mysterious battleship that covertly sneaked in close to Denmark’s coast. The ship turned out to be Russian stealth corvette conducting a complex checkout of battle systems, according to British media.

Love this shot of the USS Wisconsin Norfolk, Virginia - 2007  How cool is that!!!!  She is a museum now

Love this shot of the USS Wisconsin Norfolk, Virginia - 2007 How cool is that!!!! She is a museum now

Unnahbares Design: Das Boot soll zum einen schnittig in den Wellen liegen, zum...

Unnahbares Design: Das Boot soll zum einen schnittig in den Wellen liegen, zum...

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USS Zumwalt’s first sea trials in December 2015 :Photo: Dave Cleaveland/MaineImaging.com

USS Zumwalt’s first sea trials in December 2015 :Photo: Dave Cleaveland/MaineImaging.com

future amphipbious ships | The amphibious assault ship USS Essex (LHD 2), and the Japanese ...

future amphipbious ships | The amphibious assault ship USS Essex (LHD 2), and the Japanese ...

Modern littoral combat ships, such as the USS Independence, are highly advanced but cannot be everywhere at once. - Image - Naval Technology

Modern littoral combat ships, such as the USS Independence, are highly advanced but cannot be everywhere at once. - Image - Naval Technology

On Dec. 23, 1954, doctors in Boston gave a kidney to a seriously ill, 23-year-old man in the first successful long-term transplant of a human organ.

On Dec. 23, 1954, doctors in Boston gave a kidney to a seriously ill, 23-year-old man in the first successful long-term transplant of a human organ.

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