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Hero Ships: USS Laffey (Military History)
Jan 29,2018 at 3:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m. EST
3 pm
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The USS Laffey was in reality two great vessels with the same name; the first, DD-459, fought to the death in the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal in November 1942. The second, DD-724, was at the center of WWII's most intensely brutal kamikaze attack, where it earned the nickname "The Ship that Would Not Die". However, the crew casualties were high; over 30 perished and another 70 were wounded.



Hero Ships: USS Laffey (Military History)
Jan 28,2018 at 11:00 p.m. EST
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The USS Laffey was in reality two great vessels with the same name; the first, DD-459, fought to the death in the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal in November 1942. The second, DD-724, was at the center of WWII's most intensely brutal kamikaze attack, where it earned the nickname "The Ship that Would Not Die". However, the crew casualties were high; over 30 perished and another 70 were wounded.



Hero Ships: LST-325 (Military History)
Jan 20,2018 at 3:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m. EST
3 pm
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"Landing Ship Tanks" weren't deemed noble enough even to have names. They were not thought of as warships even though they were always the first floating metal to touch the fire-swept beaches from North Africa to Sicily, to Normandy, and from the Philippines to Iwo Jima and Okinawa. We see the collective saga of a design class that had absolutely no military precedent before the first keel was laid in June of 1942.



Hero Ships: LST-325 (Military History)
Jan 19,2018 at 11:00 p.m. EST
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"Landing Ship Tanks" weren't deemed noble enough even to have names. They were not thought of as warships even though they were always the first floating metal to touch the fire-swept beaches from North Africa to Sicily, to Normandy, and from the Philippines to Iwo Jima and Okinawa. We see the collective saga of a design class that had absolutely no military precedent before the first keel was laid in June of 1942.



The Three Wars of the Battleship Missouri (Military History)
Jan 17,2018 at 5:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. EST
5 pm
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This is a review of the incredible 51 year career of BB-63, the Battleship Missouri, which fought in WWII, Korea, and Desert Storm. Though this behemoth should have been a relic after WWII, she was continually upgraded, making her a formidable first-line warrior to her final day in commission. Launched in 1944, she was the last battleship built and the last in service. Now a national monument in Pearl Harbor preserving the details of that historic day.



USS: Enterprise (Military History)
Jan 14,2018 at 3:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m. EST
3 pm
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The original Enterprise, CV-6, gained immortality as "The Fighting Lady" of WWII. A dwarf among modern carriers, the "Big E" was a main target of the Japanese at Pearl Harbor and barely away at sea when the blow fell. Miraculously spared, she became the war-long leader of America's naval counterattack, playing key roles in decisive battles of the war. Despite her glorious past she was sent to the scrap yard, but redemption came in 1957 with the launching of CVN-65, her great namesake and the world's first nuclear powered carrier. From then until now, Enterprise has been a mainstay of American strength. She remains on the high seas in the front lines of American military engagements.



USS: Enterprise (Military History)
Jan 13,2018 at 11:00 p.m. EST
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The original Enterprise, CV-6, gained immortality as "The Fighting Lady" of WWII. A dwarf among modern carriers, the "Big E" was a main target of the Japanese at Pearl Harbor and barely away at sea when the blow fell. Miraculously spared, she became the war-long leader of America's naval counterattack, playing key roles in decisive battles of the war. Despite her glorious past she was sent to the scrap yard, but redemption came in 1957 with the launching of CVN-65, her great namesake and the world's first nuclear powered carrier. From then until now, Enterprise has been a mainstay of American strength. She remains on the high seas in the front lines of American military engagements.