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USS MASSACHUSETTS opened as a museum ship to the public at Battleship Cove in Fall River, Massachusetts. 14 August 196580 viewsAug 15, 2018
USS MASSACHUSETTS opened as a museum ship to the public at Battleship Cove in Fall River, Massachusetts. 14 August 196581 viewsAug 15, 2018
84 viewsBeing prepared for launching, at the New York Navy Yard, NY, 27 August 1942. Note: heavy chains used to brake the ship after she had entered the water; and men lounging at lower right, near a Navy Department safety poster, listening to a Marine Corps band.Aug 12, 2018
79 viewsFleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, USN, and Captain William R. Smedberg III, Commanding Officers, look on while Mrs. Smedberg (left) and Mrs. William S. Beardsley, wife of the Governor of Iowa, cut cake. The cake was made for the Iowa's (BB-61) re-commissioning ceremonies at San Francisco Naval Yard, California, 25 August 1951.Aug 12, 2018
Here is a water level view of the 45,000 ton battleship Wisconsin aground in the Hudson River this morning opposite 79th Street, Manhattan. Tugboats strain at hawsers attached to the bow of the huge warship in effort to ease her off.
Aug 07, 2018
69 viewsCommemorative post mark from New Jersey's (BB-62) last day in postal service. She would be decommissioned from 21 August 1957 through 5 April 1968.Aug 05, 2018
96 viewsBattleship BB-59 USS Massachusetts and Braga Bridge, in fog at morning. Fall River, Massachusetts, September 24, 2004Jul 20, 2018
95 viewsTaunton River, battleship BB-59 USS Massachusetts and Braga Bridge from Fall River Heritage State Park at 4:44 p.m. Massachusetts, October 29, 2003Jul 20, 2018
Alabama (BB-60) in Casco Bay, Maine, during her shakedown period, circa December 1942. Note her Measure 12 (modified)Atlantic camouflage scheme.79 viewsJul 05, 2018
The U.S. Navy battleship USS Wisconsin (BB-64), the heavy cruiser USS Saint Paul (CA-73) and the destroyer USS Buck (DD-761) steaming in close formation during operations off the Korean coast on 22 February 1952.74 viewsJun 30, 2018
New Jersey (BB-62) decommissioning at Bayonne on 30 June 1948.75 viewsJun 30, 2018
North Carolina (BB-55) is tugged away into mothballs.91 viewsJun 25, 2018
77 viewsKeel laying ceremony for the Iowa (BB-61), as seen on 27 June 1940 at the New York Navy Yard. Shipyard Superintendents, foremen and chargemen who will lead the yard workers on the project look on as Rear Admiral C. H. Woodward, Chief of the Bureau of Construction and Repair Bu C & R) drives the first rivet.Jun 25, 2018
Tugs move USS MISSOURI (BB 63) to her berth at Ford Island - 6/22/199891 viewsTugs move USS MISSOURI (BB 63) to her berth at Ford Island (background). This berth is roughly where the battleships MARYLAND (BB 46) and OKLAHOMA (BB 37) were moored on 7 December 1941. The 184 foot-long USS ARIZONA Memorial in the foreground spans the mid-portion of the sunken battleship USS ARIZONA (BB 39)Jun 21, 2018
On 18 June 1964, as seen from the deck of a Washington State ferry, Ex-Alabama (BB-60) is towed into Puget Sound out of Sinclair Inlet on the start of her last voyage to Mobile, Alabama, where she will serve as a museum ship.87 viewsJun 14, 2018
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