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USS Texas being put in her berth at San Jacinto April 1948

USS Texas being put in her berth at San Jacinto April 1948

Guided missile cruiser USS Texas (CGN 39) followed by AEGIS missile cruiser USS Princeton (CG 59).

USS Texas CGN 39 Virginia class guided missile cruiser - US Navy

USS Texas & San Jacinto Monument (in background). Site of Santa Ana's defeat & capture.

USS Texas in La Porte, TX, adjacent to the San Jacinto Monument. Unlike many memorial ships the Texas is eeking out the funding to obtain necessary repairs and eventual dry mooring, in part due to the fondness of Texans for all things Texan.

Battleship USS Texas - Reclaimed Steel Bowl Project!

Battleship USS Texas - Reclaimed Steel Bowl Project!

USS Texas BB-35 fires her main battery abaft the starboard beam at high elevation in 1928.

USS Texas fires her main battery abaft the starboard beam at high elevation in

Making a Metal Bowl from the Battleship USS Texas BB-35.

Making a Metal Bowl From the Battleship USS Texas BB-35

San Jacinto monument and battle grounds  also USS Texas

San Jacinto monument and battle grounds also USS Texas

USS Texas and the San Jacinto Monument

Battleship Texas and the San Jacinto Monument on the Houston Ship Channel. Battleship Texas, the first battleship memorial museum in the United States Location: Houston, TX (since

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USS Texas being put in her berth at San Jacinto April 1948

The Battleship Texas “USS Texas” near City of La Porte, TX.  Aerial photo taken by Ben Huynh, REALTOR® under the wing of Cessna 172’s on March 16 2012 #BenHuynhREALTOR

The Battleship Texas “USS Texas” near City of La Porte, TX. Aerial photo taken by Ben Huynh, REALTOR® under the wing of Cessna on March 16 2012

Battleship Texas State Historical Site in Houston

Battleship Texas State Historical Site in Houston

Battleship Texas State Historical Site in HoustonSaid to be haunted and so is the Sand Jacinto Battle grounds.

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