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Repair Locker 1F on USS Wisconsin (BB-64)
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Inside repair locker 1F on USS Wisconsin. Located forward of the wardroom, there's lots of period repair materials (such as an OBA) in here as well as much that's still used today.
Copyright: Matthew normand
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送信日: 14/03/2013
更新日: 05/08/2014
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Tags: battleship; wisconsin; nauticus; norfolk; virginia; navy; repair; locker; 1f
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