Veterans Bring Battleship Back to Life - AARP
The USS North Carolina served in World War II, earning 15 battle stars, but now serves a new purpose, as a museum ship in Wilmington, N.C. Surviving crew members gather to retell some of their experiences on board during the war and reinforce how important it is to preserve the ship for future Americans to experience.
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