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USS Massachusetts (BB-59)

The battleship USS Massachusetts (BB-59) under way sometime in 1943. This angle reveals the immensity of the ship and the abundance of her secondary armament. In her day, just like her sisters, she was a floating fortress that feared no emeny

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Rusty Mothball Fleet

©romaMar76 All rights reserved en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forrestal_class_aircraft_carrier en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kitty_Hawk_class_aircraft_carrier BREMERTON MOTHBALL FLEET USS Ranger (CV 61) Type ship: Forrestal-class aircraft carrier Length: 1,067 feet Beam: 270 feet Status: Stricken, available for donation as museum or memorial Commissioned: Aug. 10, 1957 Decommissioned: July 10, 1993 Stricken: March 8, 2004 USS Independence (CV 62) Type ship: Forrestal-class aircraft…

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Ship Photos of the Day - Pearl Harbor During RIMPAC 2016, the World's Largest Maritime Exercise – gCaptain

Dozens of Navy ships from all over the world have descended on Pearl Harbor as part for Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2016, the world’s largest international maritime exercise. Participating in this...

US Cruisers List: Guided Missile Cruisers

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Destroyer Photo Index DD-445 / DDE-445 USS FLETCHER

A sad ending...the USS Enterprise in the Brooklyn Navy Yard in 1958, tens days before she was sold for scrap. The carrier next to her is the Independence nearing completion.[740x580]

Post with 232 views. A sad ending...the USS Enterprise in the Brooklyn Navy Yard in 1958, tens days before she was sold for scrap. The carrier next to her is the Independence nearing completion.[740x580]

How Aircraft Carriers Work

The crew of the USS Abraham Lincoln returned home this week, after a wearying 10 months at sea. Take a tour of the U.S. military's most monumental machines, from flight deck to hangar bay to engine room.

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16" Main Guns

Awesome old pics of 16" main guns and such. I love the old stuff! And sorry, your 10 mm is puny and weak.... :whistling: Move forward, fire to...

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USS Saratoga (CV-3) Conventionally-Powered Aircraft Carrier Image (pic3)

Image used to illustrate the details of the USS Saratoga (CV-3) Conventionally-Powered Aircraft Carrier (pic3)

Found: The Cold War Wreck of a World War II Submarine

The crew of the USS Stickleback didn’t expect things to end this way—rising from the depths on May 28, 1958, only to be broadsided by the hull of a friendly American destroyer, the USS Silverstein. The …