We're happy to announce our newest feature: POTD (Picture of the Day). From now on, we'll be scouring the internet to find the pictures that inspire us to put on our traveling shoes. This first shot is from Tybee Island, made famous in 1958 when the Tybee Bomb, a 7,600-pound Mark 15 hydrogen bomb was lost off its shores after a B-47 bomber collided with a fighter plane. Recovery efforts have been going on ever since, but as of yet the elusive nuclear weapon has yet to be recovered - does it smell like Tom Clancy in here?
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