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USS Iowa (BB-4).  Builder: William Cramp & Sons. Laid down: 5 August 1893. Launched: 28 March 1896. Commissioned: 16 June 1897. Decommissioned: 31 March 1919. Out of service:	1923. Renamed: Coast Battleship No. 4. Struck: 27 March 1923. Fate: Sunk as gunnery target, 23 March 1923. Preceded by: Indiana class. Succeeded by:	Kearsarge class. Type: Pre-dreadnought battleship. Displacement:	11,346 tons.

"The Iowa in the New United States Floating Dry Dock Dewey (Largest in the World).

US Battleships Comparisons

US Battleships Comparisons - Look at the length of Iowa! 887 feet long :) North Carolina was 729 feet long. HMS Hood was 860 feet long. Reason for Battleship length = space for boilers, streamlined hull = knots :) Compare North Carolina knots).

Battleship New Jersey, Gun Salvo Aerial of the USS New Jersey battleship firing a nine gun salvo from the Gulf of Tonkin. North Vietnam 10/1968

Aerial view of Battleship USS New Jersey, firing a full 9 gun broadside salvo in the Gulf of Tonkin, North Vietnam Oct 1968

Beautiful view of an aircraft carrier

William S. Phillips - Sunset Recovery - MASTERWORK CANVAS EDITION from the Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Gallery featuring fine art prints, canvases, books, porcelains and gift ideas.

USS New Jersey, USS Missouri, USS Long Beach

Nuclear Cruisers And Battleships: Check Out This Reagan Era Navy Photo

USS Rainier repleished New Jersey ca 1970 in Tonkin Gulf. US Navy battle line. Battleships USS New Jersey and USS Missouri and guided missile cruiser USS Long Beach

16 in battleship USS North Carolina at anchor June 1942: she was the first US battleship of the post dreadnought era.

16 in battleship USS North Carolina at anchor June 1942: she was the first US battleship of the post dreadnought era.

Aerial view of US battleship Massachusetts, 1943. Note OS2U Kingfisher float planes on the fantail catapults. - War History Online

Aerial view of US battleship Massachusetts, Note Kingfisher float planes on the fantail catapults.

Nature reclaims US battleship graveyard https://tmbw.news/nature-reclaims-us-battleship-graveyard  Mallows Bay, on the Maryland side of America's Potomac River, hosts potentially the largest group of World War One shipwrecks anywhere in the world.A century since the United States entered the conflict, the BBC Travel Show has been to see how the vessels are being reclaimed by nature.

Nature reclaims US battleship graveyard https://tmbw.news/nature-reclaims-us-battleship-graveyard Mallows Bay, on the Maryland side of America's Potomac River, hosts potentially the largest group of World War One shipwrecks anywhere in the world.A century since the United States entered the conflict, the BBC Travel Show has been to see how the vessels are being reclaimed by nature.

Battleships USS Alabama (BB-60 - foreground) and USS South Dakota (BB-57) cruising in the vicinity of the Marshal Islands, Feb 1, 1944.

[Photo] US battleships South Dakota and Alabama on their way to the Marshall Islands to shell Roi and Namur islands, 1 Feb 1944

Battleships USS South Dakota and USS Alabama on their way to the Marshall Islands to shell Roi and Namur islands, February

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