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I am going to be visiting the USS North Carolina museum this week and I fly out tomorrow afternoon. 


Do any of our WWII modders have any request on any part of the ship or object aboard that they would liked photographed?


I probably will not be able to log in to CombatAce while I am away but I should still be able to check the site. I will probably be visiting the ship Thursday so you have about 24-hours to make any request.


No promises I will get what you want, but I figured I should offer.    

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my only request is you have a GREAT time!!

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