Here's the one that were there when I read it online (may be more by now)
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Posted by Red White & Blue from Quad Cities at 1:23PM on Thursday, 8/28/08
Posted by mike from silvis at 1:39PM on Thursday, 8/28/08
she moved through lock and dam 16 in Muscatine at noon today, I took some great pictures.
Posted by Patriot at 2:11PM on Thursday, 8/28/08
Excellent! I can't wait to see this beauitful ship that helped to win WWII! Just imagine the stories it could tell....
Posted by some anonymous person at 2:34PM on Thursday, 8/28/08
I cant wait to go see it. Finally something fun in the news
Posted by some anonymous person at 4:44PM on Thursday, 8/28/08
Just saw it! That was cool!!
Posted by some anonymous person from Moline at 5:20PM on Thursday, 8/28/08
There is a man who lives in Moline who served on that warship. There are only a handful of men still alive who served on that ship. Hopefully he will be onhand to tell others stories of his experiences.
Posted by captain stubbing from the love boat at 5:22PM on Thursday, 8/28/08
i was going across the I-280 bridge this afternoon and it was going under as i passed.
only seen the rear of the ship but it was cool seing that anti aircraft gun on the rear of the boat.