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Dolphins discover 19th century torpedo

Two bottle-nosed dolphins have found a late-19th century Howell torpedo off the coast of San Diego during training exercises with the U.S. Navy. "Dolphins naturally possess the most sophisticated sonar known to man," Braden Duryee, an official at the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific said after the surprising discovery. While

U.S. Navy 3D scans Civil War wrecks

The U.S. Navy has undertaken a project to create 3D maps of the USS Cumberland and the CSS Florida, two Civil War shipwrecks. USS Cumberland was lost on March 8, 1862, during the Battle of Hampton Roads, where she served in the U.S. Navy’s North Atlantic Blockading Squadron. She sank after