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Hero Ships: USS Samuel B. Roberts (Military History)
Apr 30,2018 at 10:00 p.m. EST
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The first Samuel B. Roberts, DE-413, perished in the greatest naval battle ever fought. In October 1944, as part of minimal force protecting jeep carriers in Leyte Gulf, the vessel faced a tremendously superior Japanese fleet. Fighting to the death, the DE-413 was able to fend off much of the Japanese force before sinking to the bottom of the ocean. The name Samuel B. Roberts appeared two more times, including the FFG-58, launched in 1984, participating in Desert Storm, and today is on-call for homeland security.



Hero Ships: USS New Jersey (Military History)
Apr 25,2018 at 10:00 p.m. EST
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America's most decorated surviving warship, the USS New Jersey has fought in more battles than any other fighting ship in US naval history. From WWII, to Korea and Vietnam, Lebanon and Syria, the USS New Jersey was on the front lines lending support in every major engagement. This episode includes the emotionally stirring first reunion in 3 decades of 2 shipmates who served together on the USS New Jersey during Vietnam.



Hero Ships: USS Nautilus (Military History)
Apr 21,2018 at 2:00 a.m., 8:00 a.m. EST
2 pm
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A ship with a long illustrious legacy, the name was passed along Navy surface ships from the War of 1812 thru the Mexican War, and then eventually given to submarines beginning in WWI. During WWII, the name landed on a unique sub equipped with 2 six inch guns designed to combat destroyers and cruisers, yet beg enough to be assigned to deliver massive amounts of cargo to Marine raiders. From 1951 thru 1979 the replacement USS Nautilus completed numerous successful voyages, including sailing under the polar icecap.



Hero Ships: USS Nautilus (Military History)
Apr 20,2018 at 10:00 p.m. EST
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A ship with a long illustrious legacy, the name was passed along Navy surface ships from the War of 1812 thru the Mexican War, and then eventually given to submarines beginning in WWI. During WWII, the name landed on a unique sub equipped with 2 six inch guns designed to combat destroyers and cruisers, yet beg enough to be assigned to deliver massive amounts of cargo to Marine raiders. From 1951 thru 1979 the replacement USS Nautilus completed numerous successful voyages, including sailing under the polar icecap.