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MaritimeQuest - USS Wisconsin BB-64 Page 3

USS Wisconsin and Museum in VA.Sailors assigned to the nuclear powered aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN man the rails of the battleship, USS Wisconsin (BB

HMS Duke of York - (King George V-class battleship of the British Royal Navy)

HMS Howe was the last of the five British King George V-class battleships of the Royal Navy, laid down on 01 June 1937 and launched on 09 April She was originally to have been named Beatty but.

Type 61 Frigates "Salisbury Class"

Type 61 Frigates "Salisbury Class"

Gneisenau German Battleship ~ BFD

Gneisenau German Battleship sailing to Portugal harbours and then to the Azores islands to destroy the last allied ships in the Atlantic the kriegsmarine began to amass in Portugal specially in the Azores for this battle, 25 January 1944

Tatuajes para hombres en el pecho

Tatuajes para hombres en el pecho

Heavy Cruiser, USS Albany (CA-123)

USS Albany was a United States Navy Oregon City class heavy cruiser, later converted to the guided missile cruiser

USS Nevada (BB-36) shows off her curves at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard while being prepared for atomic weapons testing. [1000x1570]

14 in dreadnought era battleship USS Nevada at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard in December 1945 whilst being prepared for expenditure as a target during atomic weapons testing.

Battleship ALABAMA's mighty sister, USS INDIANA (BB-58) off Norfolk. Note crewmen hanging off the stern, touching up her paint prior to her shakedown cruise.[1450x1150]

Battleship USS Indiana off Norfolk, Virginia, September Note the crew hanging at the stern, finishing the paint job along her hull.

The decommissioned Iowa-class battleship USS 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.

The decommissioned Iowa-class battleship USS Wisconsin is berthed at NAUTICUS in downtown Norfolk during a ceremony officially transferring Wisconsin from the U. Navy to the city of Norfolk.