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Casualties: U.S. Navy Ships Lost in Selected Storm/Weather Related Incidents

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German Espionage and Sabotage Against the U.S. During World War II

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Typhoons and Hurricanes: The Effect of Cyclonic Winds on U.S. Naval Operations


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USS Pirate, (AM-275); Loss of, 12 Oct 1950

USS Scorpion, USS, (SSN-589); Lost on 22 May 1968

USS Thresher, (SSN-593); lost on 10 April 1963

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