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""Besides the 62 ships reactivated specifically for the Inchon invasion, 296 more vessels have been ordered out of mothballs. By the end of next June, 20 aircraft carriers, 2 battleships of the Missouri class, 15 cruisers, 200 destroyers, 75 submarines, 118 mine-control craft, 256 amphibious ships and 255 auxiliary vessels would be afloat and in fighting shape. The Navy and the Marine Corps will have 7,355 first-line planes. And sailors will number somewhere between 500,000 and 612,000."

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Korea: The Contributions of the U.S. Navy<BR> (Pathfinder Magazine, 1950)

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Korea: The Contributions of the U.S. Navy<BR> (Pathfinder Magazine, 1950)

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Korea: The Contributions of the U.S. Navy<BR> (Pathfinder Magazine, 1950)

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