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Old 15th January 2007, 21:32
Richard Green Richard Green is offline  
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USN return to port

Having heard a lot about it, I thought I’d have a go trawling (Sorreee!) YouTube. I typed in ‘ships’ and here’s one of the selection on offer ….


Amateur video of a USN ship docking at Norfolk. Can anyone identify these two?...
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Old 27th January 2008, 15:33
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The one that is moored is the USS Cole DDG 67 both are Arliegh Burke class destroyers the one pulling into port is unknown. same as the tugs.
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