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Desert-bound: Albuquerque to relocate namesake submarine’s sail

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The City of Albuquerque is planning to relocate the 54-ton sail of the now-decommissioned USS Albuquerque to the city itself. A so-called Los Angeles-class nuclear submarine, the USS Albuquerque was retired from U.S. Navy service about five years ago. In its time, the submarine cruised more than 500,000 nautical miles across every ocean.
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Desert-bound: Albuquerque to relocate namesake submarine’s sail

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Albuquerque might be a desert, but that isn't stopping the city's Parks and Recreation department from bringing home a massive piece of the submarine named after New Mexico's largest city. In the coming months, the City is planning to relocate the 54-ton sail of the now-decommissioned USS Albuquerque to the city itself.A so-called Los Angeles-class nuclear submarine, the USS Albuquerque was retired from U.S. Navy servi…

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