For decades, more than 70 Navy and merchant ships known as the “ghost fleet” have been anchored in Suisun Bay, waiting for disposal. While many served in World War II, today they’re the subject of a lawsuit filed by environmental groups who are concerned about the pollution these aging vessels are leaching into the bay. Now, some of the ships are finally on the move.

Ghost Fleet On The Move 22 June,2011QUEST Staff

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