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116 viewsSailors and Navy officers standing beneath the 16-inch rear guns of the battleship North Carolina (BB-55), on the East river after she left the Brooklyn Nay Yard after her commissioning on 9 April 1941.
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112 viewsFront cover of the North Carolina's (BB-55) Commissioning Program, 9 April 1941.
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116 viewsCommissioning Day Envelope.
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113 viewsFirst Day In Commission Envelope.
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99 viewsKeel of the North Carolina being laid.
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103 viewsBB55 Preparing for launch · Uss North CarolinaUs
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USS North Carolina berthing, Wilmington, N.C., October 2, 1961120 views
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American’s latest 35, 000-tons battleship, USS North Carolina, at sea, on Jan. 2, 1942. She carries nine 16-in. guns. (AP Photo)111 views
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Captain Olaf Marhustvedt, United States Navy, right, Commanding officer and Commander A.G. Shepherd, U.S.N., on the bridge of the new American battleship North Carolina, at sea, on Jan. 2, 1942. (AP Photo)119 views
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A broadside side view of the new American battleship North Carolina, taken from a U.S. destroyer, at sea, on Jan. 2, 1942. (AP Photo)111 views
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North Carolina (BB-55) is tugged away into mothballs.117 views
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111 viewsTorpedo hole
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109 viewsNorth Carolina (BB-55) fast battleship, the most highly decorated American battleship of World War I
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