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Alabama (BB-60)


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7 files, last one added on Jun 12, 2018
Album viewed 167 times

Alabama Brochure 1970


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28 files, last one added on Dec 10, 2017
Album viewed 151 times

Arizona (BB-39)


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12 files, last one added on Dec 29, 2018
Album viewed 123 times

Iowa (BB-61)


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17 files, last one added on Oct 25, 2018
Album viewed 163 times

Massachusetts (BB-59)


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15 files, last one added on Oct 30, 2018
Album viewed 144 times

Missouri (BB-63)


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21 files, last one added on Feb 26, 2019
Album viewed 192 times

New Jersey (BB-62)


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20 files, last one added on Jan 04, 2019
Album viewed 204 times

North Carolina (BB-55)


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17 files, last one added on Jan 03, 2019
Album viewed 177 times

Texas (BB-35)


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19 files, last one added on Apr 29, 2018
Album viewed 204 times

Utah


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1 files, last one added on Apr 22, 2019
Album viewed 72 times

Wisconsin (BB-64)


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23 files, last one added on Dec 07, 2018
Album viewed 182 times

 

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202 viewsNew Jersey (BB-62) gets double billing in this photo, dated 11 February 1954. In the center as first recommissioned in 1951, and also after her first post-war overhaul, with changed radars and fire control.
The Missouri (BB-63) (upper left), is pictured on 21 October 1950 bombarding Communist positions off Chong Jin, Korea.
Wisconsin (BB-64) (lower right) and Iowa (BB-61) (upper right).
The Iowa is pictured off Pearl Harbor in 1952 & shows the standard fleet painting adopted after WW2. Small war time hull numbers have been replaced with larger, easily seen block numerals. The catapults were removed after WW2, the area now a helicopter landing area. Some 40mm mounts are gone, but most remained on board until she was decommissioned on 24 February 1958. All 20mm gun mounts have been remove
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220 viewsSecretary of the Navy, the Honorable John H. Dalton, signs the battleship USS MISSOURI (BB 63) Donation Agreement that will send the famed battleship to Pearl Harbor Hawaii. The "Mighty Mo" will be used as a museum, and docked near the battleship USS ARIZONA (BB 39) Memorial. Washington, DC, 4 May 1998
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195 viewsArizona (BB-39) leading Nevada (BB-36) and the Tennessee (BB-43) and a New Mexico class battleship underway.
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320 viewsUSS Missouri run aground off the coast of Virginia, January 1950. Only took two weeks to refloat.
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5494 viewsThe battleship Texas (BB-35) is shown leaving Norfolk Naval Shipyard in March 1948 to begin its journey to the state of Texas, where it was presented as a memorial. The old Norfolk skyline and the Norfolk-Portsmouth ferry are also visible in the background.
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The proud battlewagon was eased into a 1,000-foot-long graving dock at the Boston Ship Repair Co. around noon on November 7 1998 to begin a long-awaited $10 million refitting.219 views
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192 viewsCommissioning pamphlet from the Philadelphia Navy Yard, 16 April 1944
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180 views18 October 1955 photo of the Wisconsin (BB-64) being towed under the Manhattan Bridge by tugs after she ran aground on Diamond Rock at the Eastern tip of Manhattan today. She was en route from Bayonne N.J. shipyard to the Brooklyn Navy Yard when she got stuck. Tugs freed the vessel after 45 minutes.

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An aerial view of the USS Utah Memorial at Ford Island, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii (USA). 8 March 2016204 viewsApr 22, 2019
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288 viewsBattleship Division Two in line abreast formation, 7 June 1954, in the Virginia Capes operating area, on the only occasion that all four Iowa class battleships were photographed operating together. Ship closest to the camera is USS Iowa (BB-61). The others are (from near to far): USS Wisconsin (BB-64); USS Missouri (BB-63) and USS New Jersey (BB-62). Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.Feb 26, 2019
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226 viewsDESERT STORM A BGM-109 Tomahawk land-attack missile (TLAM) is fired toward an Iraqi target from the battleship USS MISSOURI (BB-63) at the start of Operation Desert Storm. Jan 16, 2019
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The Battleship USS Missouri passes Honolulu en route to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, where it would to become a museum near the Arizona memorial.267 viewsJan 11, 2019
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261 viewsThe Missouri (BB-63) as seen on 3 October 1941. She had been laid down on 6 January and her bottom plating is nearly finished. Most of the workers in the center of the ship are standing on the middle layer of the triple bottom. The keelson projects aft toward the water and on each side of the keelson can be seen the supports for the two inboard propeller shafts.Jan 05, 2019
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Floodlights illuminate the battleship USS New Jersey (BB-62) as she rests on blocks in Drydock Number Three at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard during overhaul, November 1967284 viewsJan 04, 2019
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223 viewsDN-ST-83-00210 USS New Jersey (BB-62)Jan 03, 2019
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Captain Olaf Marhustvedt, United States Navy, right, Commanding officer and Commander A.G. Shepherd, U.S.N., on the bridge of the new American battleship North Carolina, at sea, on Jan. 2, 1942. (AP Photo)222 viewsJan 03, 2019
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American’s latest 35, 000-tons battleship, USS North Carolina, at sea, on Jan. 2, 1942. She carries nine 16-in. guns. (AP Photo)207 viewsJan 03, 2019
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A broadside side view of the new American battleship North Carolina, taken from a U.S. destroyer, at sea, on Jan. 2, 1942. (AP Photo)207 viewsJan 03, 2019