Re: Tugs on Flatcars


From David H. Grover's "U. S. Army Ships and Watercraft of World War II":

In WWII, the Army had more vessels than the Navy--about twice as many (127,793).

This included a number of stern and side-wheelers.  And some sailing ships.

It's a terrific book!


Edward Sutorik

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