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Wednesday, 26 March 2014

U.S.S Midway

On Sunday morning we got up early to go and meet Tante Thea at a museum called the U.S.S Midway.  The U.S.S Midway was a real Navy ship but when it was out of use they made it in to a museum. The first thing we did was find Tante Thea. Once we found her we bought our tickets to go on board the ship. We got the audio tour which is where you can listen to a speech about the thing it is talking about. It had 18 decks but we did not see them all. The first and last MiG shot down during the Vietnam War were done so by aircraft from the USS Midway. The USS Midway had 4,500 crew. They needed 1,000 loaves of bread a day and went through 13,500 meals everyday. We went down in the brig, up on the runway and we went on where the planes are stored.






2 comments:

Dasharn said...

robin was it cool looking at that very big boat

Christopher said...

It's a navy ship but I would call it a marine ship.

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