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USS Midway Flight Deck, San Diego, CA
San Diego

Up on the flight deck onboard the USS Midway in San Diego.  Absolutely massive piece of machinery, a highly recommended tourist attraction if you visit San Diego.  They even have flight simulators on board that looked pretty cool.

Copyright: Mikal Preston
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Uploaded: 22/08/2012
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Tags: uss midway; aircraft carrier; san diego; flight deck
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