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  • Mighty Mo’s Service Spans Decades

    Mighty Mo’s Service Spans Decades

    USS Missouri BB-63 The USS Missouri had a long and storied career as a U.S. Navy warship.  She is most famous for having hosted the Japanese surrender in Tokyo Bay at the end of World War II, as...

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    Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Receives $9 Million for Improvements

    Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Receives $9 Million for Improvements

    Portsmouth Naval Shipyard It was announced last week that Portsmouth Naval Shipyard (PNS), best known for its work in building, upgrading, refitting and repairing Navy submarines, will be receiving $9 million to renovate its facilities. This shipyard began...

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    Quebec Government Refuses to Halt Exports of Deadly Asbestos

    Quebec Government Refuses to Halt Exports of Deadly Asbestos

    The Canadian asbestos industry has stirred up serious controversy in the province of Quebec in recent weeks, as Canadian health experts and opposition party members call for a re-examination of Canada’s export of asbestos to the developing world. ...

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    The Department of Defense Gets Serious About Mesothelioma

    Since the 1990s, the U.S. Department of Defense has worked to promote research for diseases related to military service.  As part of this mission, the Department of Defense recently expanded its support for research involving mesothelioma, the rare...

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