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(The Drive)   Warbirds heading to Hawai'i to help celebrate the 75th anniversary of WWII's end got a ride from the US Navy's amphibious assault ship USS Essex   (thedrive.com) divider line
    More: Spiffy, World War II, United States Navy, amphibious assault ship USS Essex, U.S. Navy's Wasp class, B-25 Mitchell bomber, smaller Navy aircraft carriers, Amphibious assault ship, United States  
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2020-08-12 9:01:54 AM  
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Webulator: I don't get it?  Why are they sending warbrides to Hawaii on a Navy ship?  Can't they just fly commercial?


US Army used to issue every military member a wife.

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2020-08-12 8:00:33 AM  
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2020-08-12 11:10:56 AM  
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Webulator: I don't get it?  Why are they sending warbrides to Hawaii on a Navy ship?  Can't they just fly commercial?


I was wondering why the Romulans were celebrating the end of an Earth war.
 
2020-08-12 8:41:18 AM  
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I don't get it?  Why are they sending warbrides to Hawaii on a Navy ship?  Can't they just fly commercial?
 
2020-08-12 12:40:42 PM  
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Warbirds heading to Hawaii is a clear violation of the neutral zone
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