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USS Chicago (CG-11) (former CA-136). Builder: Philadelphia Naval Shipyard. Laid down: 28 July 1943. Launched: 20 August 1944. Commissioned: 10 January 1945. Decommissioned: 6 June 1947. Reclassified: CG-11, 1 November 1958. Recommissioned: 2 May 1964. Decommissioned: 1 March 1980. Struck: 31 January 1984. Fate: Sold for scrap to Southwest Recycling, Inc., Terminal Island, CA on 09 December 1991. Class & type: Baltimore-class heavy cruiser Displacement:	13,600 tons.

USS Chicago (CG-11) (former CA-136). Builder: Philadelphia Naval Shipyard. Laid down: 28 July 1943. Launched: 20 August 1944. Commissioned: 10 January 1945. Decommissioned: 6 June 1947. Reclassified: CG-11, 1 November 1958. Recommissioned: 2 May 1964. Decommissioned: 1 March 1980. Struck: 31 January 1984. Fate: Sold for scrap to Southwest Recycling, Inc., Terminal Island, CA on 09 December 1991. Class & type: Baltimore-class heavy cruiser Displacement: 13,600 tons.

[3697x2361] Island Porn Winner (tie). Here's Albany's sister CHICAGO, flaunting her massive island and colossal missile directors to attract a mate.

[3697x2361] Island Porn Winner (tie). Here's Albany's sister CHICAGO, flaunting her massive island and colossal missile directors to attract a mate.

USS Chicago (CG-11) as she appeared in 1978, USS Chicago (CA-136) as she appeared in 1945 in the comments. [800x600]

USS Chicago (CG-11) as she appeared in 1978, USS Chicago (CA-136) as she appeared in 1945 in the comments. [800x600]

Buck (DD-761), Wisconsin (BB-64) and Saint Paul (CA-73) in 1952. Steaming in close formation during operations off the Korean coast on 22 February 1952.

Buck (DD-761), Wisconsin (BB-64) and Saint Paul (CA-73) in 1952. Steaming in close formation during operations off the Korean coast on 22 February 1952.

January 29, 1944 - The battleship USS Missouri (BB 63) is christened. Built at the New York Navy Yard, her keel was laid on Jan. 6, 1941. After her christening and launching Jan. 29, she is completed rapidly, commissioning on June 11 of the same year, the last battleship to enter active service in the U.S. Navy.

January 29, 1944 - The battleship USS Missouri (BB 63) is christened. Built at the New York Navy Yard, her keel was laid on Jan. 6, 1941. After her christening and launching Jan. 29, she is completed rapidly, commissioning on June 11 of the same year, the last battleship to enter active service in the U.S. Navy.

Battleships USS South Dakota (BB-57) followed by USS Alabama (BB-60) on their way to the Marshall's to shell Roi and Namur islands on 1 February 1944.

Battleships USS South Dakota (BB-57) followed by USS Alabama (BB-60) on their way to the Marshall's to shell Roi and Namur islands on 1 February 1944.

Chicago

Chicago

USS MISSOURI at Pearl Harbor. USS Missouri (BB-63) ("Mighty Mo" or "Big Mo") is a United States Navy Iowa-class battleship and was the third ship of the U.S. Navy to be named in honor of the US state of Missouri. Missouri was the last battleship commissioned by the United States and was the site of the surrender of the Empire of Japan which ended World War II.

USS MISSOURI at Pearl Harbor. USS Missouri (BB-63) ("Mighty Mo" or "Big Mo") is a United States Navy Iowa-class battleship and was the third ship of the U.S. Navy to be named in honor of the US state of Missouri. Missouri was the last battleship commissioned by the United States and was the site of the surrender of the Empire of Japan which ended World War II.

HMS Audacious waiting to be scrapped @ Ship breakers yard, Hartlepool, England

HMS Audacious waiting to be scrapped @ Ship breakers yard, Hartlepool, England

The Typhoon class submarines are the largest undersea vessels ever built

The Typhoon class submarines are the largest undersea vessels ever built

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