"The USS Hancock CV-19"
This Pencil drawing was done by famous Military
Illistrator, R.G Smith.
Artwork courtesy of R.G. Smith with permission by his daughter Sharyln Marsh.
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October 13, 1775
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CV/CVA-19 Memorial reached a milestone of Eighteen (19) Years of service to the USS Hancock Crew-Family and the Naval History
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