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Mine Division 45

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Mine Division 85 circa 1966

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U.S.S. Sentry AM 299
renamed Ky Hoa (HQ 09) in 1962

Admirable Class Minesweeper: Laid down, 16 May 1943 at Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Co, Seattle WA.; Launched, 15 August 1943; Commissioned USS Sentry (AM 299), 30 May 1944; Decommissioned, 19 June 1946 at Orange, TX; Reclassified as a Fleet Minesweeper (Steel-hulled), MSF-299, 7 February 1955; Struck from the Naval Register, 1 February 1962; Transferred to the Republic of Vietnam, 31 August 1962 and renamed Ky Hoa (HQ 09).

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USS Hazard AM 240

Stricken from the Navy Register in 1971, The USS Hazard was purchased by a group of Omaha businessmen and placed on public display. She is open to the public along with the submarine USS Marlin, amphibious vessell USS LSM-45,an A-4 Skyhawk, an A-7 Corsair II, and an HH-52A Coast Guard helicopter at Freedom Park on the Omaha waterfront.

USS Hazard is a National Historic Landmark.

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YMS-425

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USS Revenge AM 110

Did you know that the U.S.S Revenge was the first ship to enter Tokyo, Bay? It led the way for all the other ships including the Mighty Mo, upon who's deck the Japanese signed the Implement of Surrender.

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The USS Inaugural (called the "Augie" by her crew) was constructed by Winslow Marine Railway & Shipbuilding Co., and commissioned in Winslow, WA on December 30, 1944. She swept areas around numerous places including Okinawa, Sasebo, & Korea. She was a floating museum on the Mississippi beneath the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, until she broke loose from her moorings and subsiqentally sunk during the Flood of '93. An effort to save her is under way. For more information see the USS Inaugural web site by clicking on the picture of the ship above.

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MCM 288

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