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    Charlie |Sailorhat|

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    Date: 16/04/1965 | Type: Surface/non-nuclear | Yield: 0.5Kt

    Operation "Sailor Hat" was a series of conventional high explosive tests conducted at Kahoolawe island Hawaii, in 1965 by the US Navy. The purpose of these three tests was to study the effects of shock and blast on warships built to contemporary design standards. Each of the "Sailor Hat" tests used a 500-ton charge of high explosive, stacked in a hemispheric form on Kahoolawe's shore. This clip is of the second shot codenamed Charlie.







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    Published on: 2005-10-03 (41352 reads)

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