The USS Arizona - Amazing pictures of the Life and Death of an ill fated Battleship
At the Mare Island Navy Yard after her final overhaul, July Circles on photo mark recent alterations to the ship. Note stripped Cleveland class light cruiser in the right background, with alongside.
USS Arizona BB 39 underway with President Herbert Hoover on board, March The Presidential Flag is flying from her mainmast peak. Note the early type quarterdeck aircraft crane.
The gutted wreck of USS Arizona, Pearl Harbour.
Battleships at anchor on battleship row in Pearl Harbor on December USS Nevada USS Oklahoma * USS Pennsylvania USS Arizona * USS Tennessee USS California * USS Maryland USS West Virginia * *Sunk or destroyed
USS Arizona painting by Tom Freeman. HIs art career started when he left the military. The Arizona was the biggest battleship that sank during the attack on Pearl Harbor. It has the biggest memorial and more people died on this boat than any other.
USS South Dakota is leaving Philadelphia on 4 June 1942 for her shakedown training to 26 July.
The USS South Dakota was the lead ship of its class of battleships. Commissioned in it saw extensive service in the Pacific during World War II.
[Photo] USS Arizona upon completion of its modernization, Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 2 Mar 1931, photo 1 of 2
USS Arizona upon completion of Modernization Norfolk ship yards Ports.
USS Maryland (BB-46)(front) and USS Arizona (BB-39) back at Puget Sound Naval Yard, 1936
All three battleships of the New Mexico-class USS Idaho USS New Mexico and USS Mississippi moored abreast at Pearl Harbor Territory of Hawaii 17 December
The infamous Pennsylvania-class battleship, the USS Arizona, was built by the United States for the US Navy in the The battleship class was name
Battleship Bismarck of the German Navy, one of the biggest battleships used during World War II. Damn that is a hell of a big boat!
USN - "USS WYOMING" Was a Wyoming Class Dreadnought Battleship (One of Two) Commissioned: 25 September 1912 - Compliment: Officers and Enlisted Men - Armament: Decommissioned: 1 August 1947 - Scrapped: 30 October 1947