US Navy to recover Devastators

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  1. pbfoot

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    Thanks for the story!
     
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    cool hope thaey recover them since there all the last ones might as well
     
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    The US navy had two small training carriers in lake Michigan. Weren't there Devastators found in the waters there too ?
     
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    That's really good news to hear, I always thought Devastators were really cool aircraft.8) Could be the last ones in the world, but there's probably more dotted about in the Pacific (hopefully).
     
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