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85 viewsArizona (BB-39) leading Nevada (BB-36) and the Tennessee (BB-43) and a New Mexico class battleship underway.Dec 28, 2018
79 viewsPresident Ronald W. Reagan arrives onboard New Jersey (BB-62) on 28 December 1982.Dec 27, 2018
Port side view of the New Jersey (BB-62) entering San Francisco bay in July 1969. I took this photo from the viewing point on the north end of the Golden Gate bridge.83 viewsDec 17, 2018
84 viewsUSS Arizona (BB-39) sunk and burning furiously, 7 December 1941. Her forward magazines had exploded when she was hit by a Japanese bomb. At left, men on the stern of USS Tennessee (BB-43) are playing fire hoses on the water to force burning oil away from their ship Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.Dec 07, 2018
USS Wisconsin on her way to her new berth at Nauticus on Pearl Harbor day 200081 viewsDec 07, 2018
90 viewsThe decommissioned battleship Wisconsin (BB-64) is berthed at NAUTICUS in downtown Norfolk during a ceremony officially transferring Wisconsin from the U.S. Navy to the city of Norfolk on 16 April 2010. The transfer ends the requirement for the ship to be preserved for possible recall to active duty.Dec 06, 2018
84 viewsThe beginning of her slide to the sea sees Wisconsin (BB-64) moving down the ways on 7 December 1943.Dec 06, 2018
78 viewsLaunching of the Battleship USS New Jersey (BB-62), at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, Philadelphia, PA, December 7, 1942.Dec 06, 2018
82 views80-G-1021538 Pearl Harbor Attack. The burned-out, sunken wreck of USS Arizona (BB-39) ..Dec 06, 2018
82 viewsNH 57665: USS Arizona (BB 39)Nov 29, 2018
85 viewsGeneral view of the commissioning ceremonies aboard New Jersey (BB-62) on 21 November 1950 at Bayonne, NJ.Nov 20, 2018
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.97 viewsOct 30, 2018
72 viewsKeel of the North Carolina being laid.Oct 25, 2018
80 viewsCMDR J.P. Morse, Commanding Officer of the battleship Iowa (BB-61), signs the last entry in the ship's log book during the Iowa's decommissioning ceremony. Because of bad weather, the official party gathered on the Iowa's bridge and their remarks were broadcast throughout the ship. 26 October 1990Oct 25, 2018
73 viewsThe crew of the Wisconsin (BB-64) mans the rails during the ship's recommissioning ceremony. More than 12,000 people attended the ceremony, 22 October 1988.Oct 21, 2018
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