Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Looking for things that go boom

This advertisement was published in Monday's Anchorage Daily News:

Do you have any historical information about ordnance at Kodiak, Dutch Harbor, or Kiska?

The U.S. Navy is investigating the possibility that World War II era ordnance may exist in the marine environment near the former military defense areas at Kodiak Island, Dutch Harbor, and Kiska Island. If you have information about over-water ordnance handling, the locations of anti-aircraft batteries or coastal gun emplacements, in-water target ranges and bombing ranges, or the locations of unexploded ordnance discoveries in the marine environment, can you please contact us? Please contact Tom Abbott by phone at (206) 438-2004, or by email at tom.abbott@urs.com.

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