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Independence Day: Nails, Stars and Plaques Celebrate the Year of Independence

The American flag, the Star of David, the blue cross, and the star-spangled banner have been a symbol of the American Revolution, but this year they are all celebrating Independence Day.

The Independence Day ship was unveiled Friday in the waters of the Caribbean Sea, where it was raised on a pontoon bridge.

The ship, named the Independence, is one of several vessels that will sail the ocean and across the Atlantic Ocean to celebrate Independence Day and the United States’ declaration of independence from Great Britain on April 14, 1776.

The other ships on the way to celebrate the date are the Independence Day star and the flag of Great Britain, which will sail from the USS Independence, which is based at Naval Station Norfolk, Virginia.

The Independence is set to arrive in New York City on Monday.

The flag and the American flag are a tribute to the American Revolutionary War and the men and women who fought to defend the Union.

They were raised on March 4, 1775, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, after the battle of Bunker Hill, the last major American engagement in the War of Independence.

It was the first American battle in the Civil War.