mooring mast


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a tower for mooring airships

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It is 102 storeys high, has 85 floors of commercial space, one flight to the Observation Deck and a mooring mast structure that adds another 16 storeys.
These ranged from piping snow and ice balls from Antarctica to water the Australian desert, through orbiting nuclear bombs and a car driven from the back seat, to a television tower with a revolving restaurant, an airship mooring mast, a transparent globe for meditation and tanks from which beer could be piped to nearby houses.
Ten days after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, he joined his squadronmates in Marine Scout Bombing Squadron (VMSB) 231 on a 1,137-mile over water flight from Ewa Mooring Mast Field in Hawaii to Midway Atoll as part of the effort to bolster its defenses.
As it approached the mooring mast at Lakehurst, it exploded, killing 35 of the 97 passengers on board and one person on the ground.
No one was injured when a severe gust of wind apparently pushed the "Stars & Stripes" into its portable mooring mast, tearing and deflating the envelope.