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September 02, 2013

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Darrell

Been there, done that. I worked for BIW for 10 years. When I started work in 1988 they employed over 12,000 workers with the "Ticonderoga Cruiser" program coming to an end and the "Arleigh Burke Destroyer" program just starting. They were, also, retrofitting Coast Guard 210 class ships. My brother was Director of the Coast Guard Program at the time. Your blog takes me back. Glad you enjoyed the tour.

Marsha Weaver

Paul looks like he is ready for those big waves on the high sea...lol

Sounds like a really cool tour.

Bill Gruener

Thank you so much for the wonderful article on Maine Maritime Museum. 250 volunteers and 25 staff appreciate your visit and your comments. I can see you paid attention and gained so much from the experience.

Your story is different and fun. I never thought of touring the country for five years or more.

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