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Pearl Harbor, sixty-nine years ago: The masts that for decades were a kind of US Navy trademark, suddenly became a striking symbol of the disaster.

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The USS Arizona - Amazing pictures of the Life and Death of an ill fated Battleship

Us Navy Ships 1898 | 1898 US Naval History - The monitor USS Puritan with deck cleared for ...

1898 US Naval History - The monitor USS Puritan with deck cleared for action

USS New-Hampshire c1910

USS New Hampshire LOC ggbain 04455 - South Carolina-class battleship - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

USS US Connecticut American Gunboat War Battleship Navy

USS US Connecticut American Gunboat War Battleship Navy

USS  Wyoming  (BB-32)  was the lead ship of her class of  dreadnought battleships and was the third ship of the United States Navy named Wyoming, although she was only the second named in honor of the 44th state.

USS Wyoming was the lead ship of her class of dreadnought battleships and was the third ship of the United States Navy named Wyoming, although she was only the second named in honor of the state.

1899 vintage 12 in Formidable class pre-dreadnought HMS Venerable - such obsolete ships did not serve with the Scapa Flow based Grand Fleet in WW1, but she saw active service with the Channel Fleet and in the Dardanelles, being scrapped shortly after the conclusion of hostilities.

1899 vintage 12 in Formidable class pre-dreadnought HMS Venerable - such…

USS Michigan (BB-27), a South Carolina-class battleship, was the second ship of the United States Navy to be named in honor of the 26th state. She was the first battleship in the world to be commissioned with superimposed, or superfire type turrets. Michigan was laid down on 17 December 1906 by the New York Shipbuilding Corporation of Camden, New Jersey. She was launched on 26 May 1908 sponsored by Mrs Frank W. Brooks, Jr., daughter of Assistant Secretary of the Navy Truman Newberry…

USS Michigan a South Carolina-class battleship, was the second ship of the United States Navy to be named in honor of the state. She was the first battleship in the world to be commissioned with superimposed, or superfire type turrets.

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