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First “murder hornet” caught in the state of Washington

Scientists have been trying to catch invasive insects and prevent infestation since they were first discovered in the state last year. The hornets are more than five centimeters long and are nicknamed because of their tendency to attack and kill honey bees and possibly humans. So far, five giant hornets have been officially sighted in the state. According to a …

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USS Hornet WWII Aircraft Carrier

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Ship discovers wreck of Hornet of World War II

This photo, provided by Paul G. Allen's Vulcan Inc., shows a five-inch cannon at the wreckage of the USS Hornet. A research vessel funded by late Seattle billionaire Paul Allen has discovered the debris of the aircraft carrier in the South Pacific during World War II. Allen's Vulcan Inc. announced this week of February 10, 2019, that an autonomous submarine …

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Sunken WWII aircraft carrier USS Hornet found in South Pacific

Paul Allen's Research Vessel, R / V Petrel. Hornet was found nearly 17,500 feet below the Hornet What is the first airborne attack of Japanese homeland targets including Tokyo. Led by US Army Lt. Col. James Doolittle, All the 16 B-25 planed to do so, have not been sent to their designated airstrip in China, but the raid provided a …

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