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This is a transcript of Chief Henry Clyde Daniels US Navy of the Destroyer USS Drayton (DD 366). A hand written diary December 7th 1941 to May 1942:Pearl Harbor, December 7th Sunday 1941Left Honolulu…Continue
USS Drayton DD366 was My fathers ship, Chief Henry Daniels Was My Father who is buried at Arlington National cemetery.
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Not a good day for the future of manned aircraft. The pilot is on the endangered list it seems. This little 4 minute Boeing video is really something.... a first for a full size jet airplane.
Thousands of planes that were grave yard bound, with costs in the hundreds of millions, now can be used as never before. These F-16 aircraft have been in the bone yard at Davis-Monthan for 15 years and are now being used as drones!
Scary Robotics ......think of all the…Continue
don't know what to add to this story, except that it apparently is true.
For a half a century, the US Navy kept a lid on the details of the
incident that prompted this salutation. A Miami news reporter made the first public disclosure in 1958 after he stumbled upon the truth while covering a reunion of the destroyer's crew. The Pentagon reluctantly and tersely confirmed his story, but only a smattering of newspapers took…
Declassified Historical Photographs.
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