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USS NEW ORLEANS light cruiser 1898

USS NEW ORLEANS light cruiser 1898

USS Minnesota (BB-22) battleship at anchor in 1907

USS Minnesota battleship at anchor in 1907

USS Minnesota seen in 1908 as part of the Great White Fleet.

USS Minnesota seen in 1908 as part of the Great White Fleet.

Destroyer English DD679 in center, Hancock CV19 on left and Enterprise CV6 on the right. Jan 1945.

Destroyer English center, aircraft carrier's Hancock left, and Enterprise right, on January

USS New Orleans,

Something about big floating things gives me the chills: U. New Orleans Cruiser.

USS Pensacola (CA-24)

USS Pensacola Lead ship of the Pensacola-class heavy cruiser.

11 in 'pocket battleships' Admiral Scheer (foreground) and Lutzow (originally Deutschland) in 1939.  Lutzow, the first sister, lacked the tower bridge of Scheer and the third ship, Admiral Graf Spee - later removed from Scheer when she and Lutzow were re-designated as heavy cruisers in 1940.  Graf Spee was sunk in December 1939.

11 in 'pocket battleships' Admiral Scheer (foreground) and Lutzow (originally…

German light cruiser Nürnberg.

Nürnberg was a German light cruiser of the Leipzig class built for the…

The first angled flight deck carrier, HMS Ark Royal, operating with the first super-carrier, USS Forrestal - 1972. Though ordered by their respective navies almost a decade apart, both were commissioned in 1955.

The first angled flight deck carrier, HMS Ark Royal, operating with the first super-carrier, USS Forrestal - Though ordered by their respective navies almost a decade apart, both were commissioned in

USS Brooklyn with cruiser in background

USS Brooklyn with cruiser in background

US Navy Vintage Battleship USS Maine 1897 glossy 8x10 photo photograph print b/w

US Navy Vintage Battleship USS Maine 1897 glossy photo photograph print b/w

USS Newark CC-1 The first modern cruiser in the US fleet.

USS Newark The first modern cruiser in the US fleet.

14 in USS Pennsylvania, 1944.  Being in dry dock at the time, she survived Pearl Harbor relatively unscathed, and was not as extensively modernised thereafter as more badly damaged ships.  On 12 August 1945 (3 days before the end of WW2) she was badly damaged by torpedo bomber attack, and permanently decommissioned on the 29th.

- USS Pennsylvania, Being in dry dock at the time, she survived Pearl Harbor relatively unscathed, and was not as extensively modernised thereafter as more badly damaged ships. On 12 August 1945 days before the end of she was badly.

Six Great Carriers In Ulithi Anchorage: Read from foreground to background: USS Wasp, USS Yorktown, USS Hornet, USS Hancock, USS Ticonderoga, and USS Lexington, anchored at Ulithi before a strike on Japan..Ulithi was an atoll in the Pacific used by the US Navy for anchoring ships during WWII March 30th -March 11 1945 for better access to the Japanese held Islands nearby. U.S. Navy photo

"Murderer's Row" -- Third Fleet aircraft carriers at anchor in Ulithi, 8 December USS Wasp USS Yorktown USS Hornet USS Hancock and USS Ticonderoga

PACIFIC OCEAN (May 18, 2011) The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers USS Kidd (DDG 100) and USS Pinckney (DDG 91) are underway in the Pacific Ocean.

The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers USS Kidd (DDG

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