Naval ships being scrapped

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By Hinkkanen @ 2005-07-07 14:52:47
Shipbreaking firms at Brownsville, Texas, break up old naval vessels with mostly cheap Mexican workforce, more info here.

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@ 2005-08-27 11:15:38
The ship in the center notch on the south side of the channel is a Knox-class frigate. The one to the east appears to be what's left of a Leahy-class guided missile cruiser.