The USS Hornet was an aircraft carrier that saw service in World War II and then was modernized after the war. In the 1960's it played a roll in the space program as it was the recovery ship for both Apollo XI and Apollo XII (The first moon landings) was decommissioned in 1970. In 1998, the ship opened as USS Hornet Museum:
|You know your ship is cool if you have that painted on it. It says that you recovered spacecraft|
|An Officer's Stateroom|
|The Ship's Chapel|
And they might have a couple of items related to the space program:
|Astronauts Quarantine Center|
I am glad that USS Hornet is near by because there is so much history there.
What an amazing history!ReplyDelete
Really interesting! Thanks for sharing it!ReplyDelete
That´s Great. Literally.ReplyDelete
Wow! So interesting details of this aircraft carrier!ReplyDelete
Thank you very much for sharing the photos!
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I agree I liked your post and pics always enjoy your tours :-)ReplyDelete
Have a hornettastic week 👍
That would be so cool to tour one. How awesome it's connection to our space program. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
What an amazing place to visit!ReplyDelete
I love exploring these ships. A huge slice of history.ReplyDelete
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Wow, that's an interesting place to visit. I love these bits of history.ReplyDelete
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What a cool ship! The size, scale, and engineering are amazing. Thank you for participating in Talent-Sharing Tuesdays Link-Up 20.ReplyDelete
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All sorts of commenting issues this week - sorry! Thanks for joining in #Allseasons Can you even imagine living like that??ReplyDelete
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