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    • Ghost Fleet

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    • The "ghost fleet" was the idea of one of Mobile's former U.S. Congressman, Frank Boykin. No longer needed for World War II but held in reserve, the first ship in the fleet, the Elwood, arrived in August 1945. The War Department would eventually...
    • Bragg Mitchell Home

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    • The Bragg-Mitchell mansion was built in 1855 by Judge John Bragg, the brother of Confederate general Braxton Bragg. Bragg, a circuit court judge and U.S. Congressman, constructed the house for his wife and family. During most of the year the family...
    • Brookley Air Force Base

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    • "Up the Pace, Save for Peace" was the slogan written on this hangar during World War II at Brookley Field. Through the efforts of local U.S. congressman Frank Boykin, the federal government announced plans on July 13, 1939, to put a new air supply...

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