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Not the one that sunk at Midway, of course. This was the second carrier so named.

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It's the destroyer USS Laffey. Apparently, it survived an attack off Okinawa, taking two bomb hits and seven kamakazi impacts. Eventually, U.S. fighters shot down the remaining Japanese aircraft, and the destroyer made it back to port.


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