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  • The USS Indianapolis Lives On

    The USS Indianapolis Lives On

    USS Indianapolis (CA-35) It was Larry Sharpe’s dream to build an accurate model of the USS Indianapolis CA-35, a Navy cruiser sunk in action two weeks before the end of World War II.  This event marked the greatest...

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    US “Exports” Asbestos Hazards To India

    US “Exports” Asbestos Hazards To India

    Toxic asbestos insulating products are no longer used in the construction of U.S. Navy or commercial ships, but the hazards of asbestos live on.  Hundreds of Navy and commercial ships built in the United States prior to the...

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    USS New York (LPD-21): Disaster Turned to Defense

    USS New York (LPD-21): Disaster Turned to Defense

    USS New York The destruction of the World Trade Centers on September 11, 2001, left behind not only an indelible mark on the hearts and minds of all Americans, but also thousands of tons of construction debris.  But...

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    “Mr. Asbestos” Sells Deadly Hazard to Developing Countries

    There is no market for asbestos in Canada or the United States, let alone in the European Union where asbestos is totally banned. But Canada’s Bernard Coulombe nevertheless has high hopes for the financial success of the Jeffrey...

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    Electric Boat Company Continues Proud Tradition

    Electric Boat Company Continues Proud Tradition

    For over 100 years, Electric Boat, a subsidiary of General Dynamics Corporation, has played a pivotal role in supporting and maintaining the country’s fleet of submarines.  This company has shipyards  in both Groton, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, which...

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    India’s Growing Asbestos Industry Takes a Heavy Toll on Workers

    India’s Growing Asbestos Industry Takes a Heavy Toll on Workers

    Map of Rajasthan, India Most people in the United States today are aware that asbestos is a dangerous and potentially deadly substance.  Asbestos is no longer commercially mined for domestic use in the U.S., and asbestos-containing products have...

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