scrapping the warships of WWII — wwiiafterwwii

I debated writing on this topic as it really doesn’t fit the theme of WWII weaponry being used after WWII. However in the past I have described how WWII warships were preserved, how they were modernized, and how they were transferred between countries. So maybe this will be of interest. (The ex-USS Franklin (CV-13) being […]

scrapping the warships of WWII — wwiiafterwwii

“SUN., FEB., 21/2021@21:38-BRAVO ZULU, EXCELLENT RESEARCH AND WRITING, CONCERNING WARSHIPS BEING SCRAPPED AFTER W.W.II. WITH MANY BEING USED FOR BREAK-WALLS, ARTIFICIAL REEFS, ETC., AND ALSO, MANY GOING TO THE STEEL FACTORIES, AND GOING UNDER THE CUTTING TORCHES. SOME, THOUGH A LOW PERCENTAGE, WERE KEPT FOR NAVAL MEMORIALS, LST’s FOR FERRIES, SOME DECOMMISSIONED AND COMMISSIONED AGAIN…WITH OTHERS TRANSFERED TO OTHER COUNTRIES WORLD WIDE-AND USED IN SERVICE, AFTER COMMISSIONING INTO THEIR NAVY, FOR NAVAL SERVICE OF THEIR DOMAIN.”

“NOTE: AFTER YOU READ AND RESEARCH THIS FINE BLOG, THERE IS JANE’S FIGHTING SHIPS FOR RESEARCH PURPOSES, IN CANADA-THE SHIPS OF CANADA’S NAVAL FORCES/1910-1981, BY Mr. Ken Mac Pherson and Mr. John Burgess, and many other HARD COVER AND PAPER BACK BOOKS REGARDING WARSHIPS THAT YOU CAN USE AS A POSITIVE SOURCE OF RESEARCH.”

“Credit: W.W.II after W.W.II.”

“GREAT MATERIAL AND WELL WRITTEN BLOG, CONCERNING THE FATE OF VERY CAPABLE WARSHIPS, THAT BROUGHT NOT ONLY LOVE, AFFECTION, A HOME, A CLASSROOM TO THE MEN SERVING ON and IN THEM, THOUGH, THAT ALSO BROUGHT DEATH AND DESTRUCTION TO THE AXIS, THE FOE, THE ENEMY, more than precisely AT THE TIME OF NEED…W.W.II.”

“MERCHANT SHIPS and other KINDS OF VESSELS ARE ALSO INCLUDED IN THIS BLOG.”

“YOURS AYE: Brian MURZA/Killick Vison, W.W.II NAVAL RESEARCHER-PUBLISHED AUTHOR, PRESENT DAY NAVAL-MILITARY ANALYST, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.”

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Brian MURZA/Killick Vison is battleoftheatlantic19391945; W.W.II NAVAL RESEARCHER-PUBLISHED AUTHOR, PRESENT DAY NAVAL-MILITARY ANALYST, from Canada.

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