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84 viewsFront cover of the North Carolina's (BB-55) Commissioning Program, 9 April 1941.Apr 08, 2018
86 viewsSailors and Navy officers standing beneath the 16-inch rear guns of the battleship North Carolina (BB-55), on the East river after she left the Brooklyn Nay Yard after her commissioning on 9 April 1941.Apr 08, 2018
92 viewsPortside view of the New Jersey (BB-62) after her recommissioning, April 1968.Apr 05, 2018
88 viewsInvitation for the 3rd recommissioning for New Jersey (BB-62), 6 April 1968.Apr 05, 2018
90 viewsFront cover of the 3rd recommissioning booklet for New Jersey (BB-62), 6 April 1968.Apr 05, 2018
121 viewsMissouri (BB-63) (center). Off Istanbul, Turkey, 5-9 April 1946. She had brought the body of the Late Turkish Ambassador to the United States, Mehmet Munir Ertegun, home for burial, on a mission that was also made to influence Soviet Middle East policy. Power (DD-839) is at left, and the Turkish Battlecruiser Yavuz (formerly the German (Goeben) is at right. Dolmabahce Mosque is in the foreground.Apr 04, 2018
106 viewsCover of the Second Decommissioning Booklet for the Missouri (BB-63), 31 March 1992.Mar 30, 2018
106 viewsA crew member lowers the colors on the Missouri (BB-63) for the last time at the vessel's decommissioning ceremony at NAVSTA (Naval Station) Long Beach, 31 March 1992.Mar 30, 2018
107 viewsDetailed photo showing secondary armament and stern view, 1943.Mar 26, 2018
Wisconsin (BB-64) coming along side oiler Taluga (AO-62) for fueling. January 194582 viewsMar 24, 2018
110 views"The ship was inactivated in San Francisco in September of 1948 and decommissioned in March of 1949. BOTH catapults were removed during deactivation prior to decommissioning and the mast was stepped at that time as well. The boot topping is an ragged condition suggesting the ship has not been dry docked yet as part of her inactivation which would take approximately 30 days. The Radar installation is an SC-2. The ship is flying a Commissioning Pennant making the photo pre March 1949.
Thus, the photo had to have been taken between October, 1948 and January 1949 - at San Francisco."
Mar 23, 2018
90 viewsUss Wisconsin Bb 64 Battleship Bb64 Fire Guns NavyMar 23, 2018
90 viewsBaltops 85Mar 16, 2018
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