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Tomahawk Cruise Missile Launchers on USS Wisconsin (BB-64)
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Some of the 32 armored Tomahawk cruise missile launchers on the USS Wisconsin. Some of the first cruise missiles launched at the beginning of the first Gulf War were launched from here.
Copyright: Matthew Normand
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Uploaded: 13/03/2013
Updated: 05/08/2014
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Tags: battleship; wisconsin; nauticus; norfolk; virginia; navy; tomahawk; missile; launcher
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