Brad Grube and Barry Marsh sat in the shadow of the hulking Nuclear Ship Savannah in Canton on Sunday and reminisced about working for the company that designed the famous vessel in the 1990s.
"This has been my favorite ship since I was in sixth grade," said Grube, 63, of Bowie. "Our teacher was telling us about atomic power. That was in 1966. And years later I wound up working for the company that designed it. This is the best looking ship in the world, the coolest one for me."
The Savannah was opened to the public on Sunday to celebrate National Maritime Day, a holiday created by Congress in 1933 and celebrated on May 22.
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Maryland State Police arrive at the church in Mitchellville for Morris' funeral.