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If you do have an account, clicking on the red box will open a window that will let you select a photo, add a caption, and post it to your Pinterest account in about three easy clicks.

If you are still not convinced, go to the SSN-680.org Pinterest account by clicking on the Pinterest box in the right hand column of any page, and you can see the sort of submarine related things that have been discovered.

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U.S. Naval Institute News

21 APR 2019

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