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Where does a 225-year-old working warship get its parts? At the Navy forest, of course
A forest owned by the U.S. Navy in Indiana ensures that the U.S.S. Constitution—named by George Washington and built with bolts forged by Paul Revere—stays afloat and at the ready.

Where does a 225-year-old working warship get its parts? At the Navy forest, of course,A forest owned by the U.S. Navy in Indiana ensures that the U.S.S. Constitution—named by George Washington and built with bolts forged by Paul Revere—stays afloat and at the ready.

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