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Museum gives visitors close look at sub

Submarine tour takes visitors into nooks and crannies

6:47 PM, Jan. 26, 2013
Mike Johnson, left, explains the various controls and functions of the submarine to Rhonda, center, and Kelly Brusky of Sturgeon Bay during a special 'Nook & Cranny' tour of the USS Cobia on Jan. 19.
Mike Johnson, left, explains the various controls and functions of the submarine to Rhonda, center, and Kelly Brusky of Sturgeon Bay during a special 'Nook & Cranny' tour of the USS Cobia on Jan. 19.
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Kelly Brusky of Sturgeon Bay sounded the dive alarm and shouted "Dive! Dive!" into the PA system in the control room of the USS Cobia submarine.

He and his wife, Rhonda, were part of the Wisconsin Maritime Museum's USS Cobia Nook & Cranny Tour, led by guide Mike Johnson, on Jan. 19.

"I love World War II history," Brusky said. His wife came along "because she loves me," he added with a laugh. ...

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