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bmashina: “  Battlecruiser Repulse ”

bmashina: “ Battlecruiser Repulse ”

A captured "David" class Confederate torpedo boat (US Navy History and Heritage Command)

A captured "David" class Confederate torpedo boat (US Navy History and Heritage Command)

Cutaway of the CSS Virginia, known to the Union and posterity by her former name, the Merrimack.

Cutaway of the CSS Virginia, known to the Union and posterity by her former name, the Merrimack.

Musashi in 1944, the year she was sunk: mounting 9 x 18 in guns and displacing over 70000 tons, she was (by some margin) one of the two biggest battleships ever built, her sister Yamato being the other.

Musashi in 1944, the year she was sunk: mounting 9 x 18 in guns and displacing over 70000 tons, she was (by some margin) one of the two biggest battleships ever built, her sister Yamato being the other.

South Dakota.サウス・ダコタ.The Naval Data Base:近代世界艦船事典The Encyclopedia of World ,Modern Warships.

South Dakota.サウス・ダコタ.The Naval Data Base:近代世界艦船事典The Encyclopedia of World ,Modern Warships.

ARA Veinticinco de Mayo was a cruiser which served in the Argentine Navy through World War II. The English translation of the name is May 25th, which is the date of Argentina’s May Revolution in 1810.

ARA Veinticinco de Mayo was a cruiser which served in the Argentine Navy through World War II. The English translation of the name is May 25th, which is the date of Argentina’s May Revolution in 1810.

Elco 80-foot motor torpedo boat simultaneously launching two practice torpedoes during a training exercise in United States waters, 1942-44. - War History Online

Elco 80-foot motor torpedo boat simultaneously launching two practice torpedoes during a training exercise in United States waters, 1942-44. - War History Online

Destroyer Division 38 nested together in San Diego, 1921. From left to right: USS Edsall (DD-219); USS McCormick (DD-223); USS Bulmer (DD-222); USS Simpson (DD-221); USS MacLeish (DD-220); and USS Parrott (DD-218).

Destroyer Division 38 nested together in San Diego, 1921. From left to right: USS Edsall (DD-219); USS McCormick (DD-223); USS Bulmer (DD-222); USS Simpson (DD-221); USS MacLeish (DD-220); and USS Parrott (DD-218).

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