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USS Texas (BB-35) is in trouble.

The USS Texas, the battle that served in during World War One and on both fronts during World War Two, is not in her toughest fight yet. For the past few decades the Texas Parks & Wildlife staff and volunteers that take care of the century old dreadnought have been fighting against salt water, flooding […]
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