USS Constitution fires a 21-gun salute toward Fort Independence on Castle Island during the ship's July 4th, 2011. Photo/U.S. Navy by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Shannon Heavin/Released
Cape Cod Online: Trees growing at the Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center in southwestern Indiana will one day be part of the world’s oldest commissioned warship.
Representatives from the Boston Navy Yard were at the center recently looking at white oak trees growing on the 63,000-acre base in preparation for use to repair the USS Constitution, also known as “Old Ironsides.”
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