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U S Battleship Oregon The Bull Dog of the Navy  Post Card

U S Battleship Oregon The Bull Dog of the Navy Post Card

USS Rhode Island Battleship BB-17 seen off New York in 1909.  Returned to full commission on 27 March 1917 at Hampton Roads, Rhode Island broke the flag of the Commander of Battleship Division 3, Atlantic Fleet on 3 May shortly after the United States entered World War I. Undertaking vigorous gunnery practice and emergency drills to reach combat readiness, Rhode Island was assigned to anti-submarine patrol duty off Tangier Island, Maryland.

USS Rhode Island Battleship BB-17 seen off New York in 1909. Returned to full commission on 27 March 1917 at Hampton Roads, Rhode Island broke the flag of the Commander of Battleship Division 3, Atlantic Fleet on 3 May shortly after the United States entered World War I. Undertaking vigorous gunnery practice and emergency drills to reach combat readiness, Rhode Island was assigned to anti-submarine patrol duty off Tangier Island, Maryland.

SOUS MARINS NUCLEAIRES LANCEURS D'ENGINS CLASSE OHIO - Page 1

SOUS MARINS NUCLEAIRES LANCEURS D'ENGINS CLASSE OHIO - Page 1

U.S.S. Louisiana BB-19 U.S. Navy Battleship Vintage B/W Real Photo Postcard RPPC

U.S.S. Louisiana BB-19 U.S. Navy Battleship Vintage B/W Real Photo Postcard RPPC

October 3, 1911: USS Louisiana Battleship BB-19 preparing for the Fleet Review in New York City.  Following her final trip back from Brest, Louisiana reported to the Philadelphia Navy Yard, where she was decommissioned on 20 October 1920 and was sold for scrap 1 November 1923. The figurehead was preserved and is on display at City Park in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

October 3, 1911: USS Louisiana Battleship BB-19 preparing for the Fleet Review in New York City. Following her final trip back from Brest, Louisiana reported to the Philadelphia Navy Yard, where she was decommissioned on 20 October 1920 and was sold for scrap 1 November 1923. The figurehead was preserved and is on display at City Park in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

U.S. Revenue Cutter Bear just prior to WW1. The Revenue Cutter Service became the U.S. Coast Guard in 1915.

U.S. Revenue Cutter Bear just prior to WW1. The Revenue Cutter Service became the U.S. Coast Guard in 1915.

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