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17lr»Qf5ntr Flrv Oflflf • Emergency repairs are made at forces moved closer to Japan the dry docks were separated into r luallllj, LSI J 1/UUlv. advance bases close to Pacific sections and towed to more advanced bases by powerful tugs, combat zones by means of floating dry docks. As the U.S. then reassembled. This, dock accommodates over 56:000 tons.

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17lr»Qf5ntr Flrv Oflflf • Emergency repairs are made at forces moved closer to Japan the dry docks were separated into r luallllj, LSI J 1/UUlv. advance bases close to Pacific sections and towed to more advanced bases by powerful tugs, combat zones by means of floating dry docks. As the U.S. then reassembled. This, dock accommodates over 56:000 tons., Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945

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17lr»Qf5ntr Flrv Oflflf • Emergency repairs are made at forces moved closer to Japan the dry docks were separated into r luallllj, LSI J 1/UUlv. advance bases close to Pacific sections and towed to more advanced bases by powerful tugs, combat zones by means of floating dry docks. As the U.S. then reassembled. This, dock accommodates over 56:000 tons. Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945

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