USS Massachusetts (BB-2)  - corazzata classe	Indiana Caratteristiche generali Dislocamento	10.288 Lunghezza	125,1 m Larghezza	24,7 m Pescaggio	8,5 m Velocità	16,21 nodi  (30,02 km/h) Equipaggio	586 Armamento Armamento	 4 cannoni da 330/35 mm 8 cannoni da 203/35 mm 6 cannoni da 152/40 mm (rimossi nel 1908) 12 cannoni da 76/50 mm (aggiunti nel 1910) 20 cannoni da 57 mm 20 cannoni da 57mm

USS Massachusetts (BB-2) - corazzata classe Indiana Caratteristiche generali Dislocamento 10.288 Lunghezza 125,1 m Larghezza 24,7 m Pescaggio 8,5 m Velocità 16,21 nodi (30,02 km/h) Equipaggio 586 Armamento Armamento 4 cannoni da 330/35 mm 8 cannoni da 203/35 mm 6 cannoni da 152/40 mm (rimossi nel 1908) 12 cannoni da 76/50 mm (aggiunti nel 1910) 20 cannoni da 57 mm 20 cannoni da 57mm

Sketch - some light photobash, but insignificant. The Massachusetts II was one of the first American battlearks completed by Rexford Heavy Industries. However, given the sudden appearance of the Re...

Sketch - some light photobash, but insignificant. The Massachusetts II was one of the first American battlearks completed by Rexford Heavy Industries. However, given the sudden appearance of the Re...

16 in sisters USS Indiana, USS Massachusetts and USS Alabama at San Francisco in 1946.

16 in sisters USS Indiana, USS Massachusetts and USS Alabama at San Francisco in 1946.

“USS Massachusetts (BB-59) laid up at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Virginia, on 3 January 1963. At that time she had been stricken from the Naval Vessel Register, but was awaiting preservation as a memorial. USS Uvalde (APA-88) is at right.” (NHHC: NH 72672)

“USS Massachusetts (BB-59) laid up at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Virginia, on 3 January 1963. At that time she had been stricken from the Naval Vessel Register, but was awaiting preservation as a memorial. USS Uvalde (APA-88) is at right.” (NHHC: NH 72672)

Battleships and heavy cruisers steam in column on 14 July 1945 as they approach the Japanese coast for the bombardment of the iron works at Kamaishi. The USS Indiana (BB 58) is the nearest ship, followed by USS Massachusetts (BB 59) the cruisers USS Chicago (CA 136) and USS Quincy (CA 71). (Courtesy of Newport News Shipbuilding / July 14, 1945)

Battleships and heavy cruisers steam in column on 14 July 1945 as they approach the Japanese coast for the bombardment of the iron works at Kamaishi. The USS Indiana (BB 58) is the nearest ship, followed by USS Massachusetts (BB 59) the cruisers USS Chicago (CA 136) and USS Quincy (CA 71). (Courtesy of Newport News Shipbuilding / July 14, 1945)

USS Massachusetts (BB-59) refuels Fletcher class destroyers 1945 - USS Massachusetts (BB-59) - Wikipedia

USS Massachusetts (BB-59) refuels Fletcher class destroyers 1945 - USS Massachusetts (BB-59) - Wikipedia

USS Massachusetts (BB-59) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

USS Massachusetts (BB-59) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

USS Massachusetts being refueled from the tanker USS Kaskaskia, October 1944.

USS Massachusetts being refueled from the tanker USS Kaskaskia, October 1944.

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