The USS Cassin Young, which endured one of the last kamikaze attacks of World War II, has now survived more than a year of bureaucratic wrangling and will soon receive repairs to put the 376-foot destroyer back in the water. But the Navy, which owns the ship, and the National Park Service, which is responsible for maintaining it, have committed only to “a cost-sharing arrangement to accomplish the minimum repairs necessary to undock the ship,” leaving the destroyer’s long-term fate uncertain.
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