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Just making headway while underway off Casco Bay, Maine, during her shakedown period, December 1942.204 views
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204 viewsDriving the first rivet, during keel laying ceremonies at the New York Navy Yard, 6 January 1941. Rear Admiral Clark Woodward, Commandant of the Navy Yard, (second from right) did the honors on this occasion.
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204 viewsWilliam Cramp & Sons Shipbuilding Company facilities, 15 March 1943. Cruisers visible in this photo:

Far right - Miami (CL 89) - Furthest along; aft turrets and catapults in place.
Left of Miami is Astoria (CL 90) - she is about a month behind Miami.
Left of Astoria, in the large shipway, is Oklahoma City (CL 91) - a significant portion of hull has been built.
Lefr of Oklahoma City is Little Rock (CL 92) - Keel was just been laid on 6 March, which is visible under crane structure.

Note the 8 submarines in various stages of construction to the left of the Little Rock (4 per shipway). They are most likely:

Devilfish (SS 292)
Dragonet (SS 293)
Escolar (SS 294)
Hackleback (SS 295)
Lancetfish (SS 296)
Ling (SS 297)
Lionfish (SS 298)
Manta (SS 299)
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RMS Queen Mary Launch, September 1934204 views
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204 viewsGudgeon (SS-567) 13 June 1957, in the Pacific. This photo was taken 3 weeks before her history-making cruise around the world, making the Pacific Fleet Submarine Force's flagship the first American submarine to circumnavigate the globe
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204 viewsBaylander (IX-514) in Pensacola Bay, 25 August 2006, as a TH-57 training helicopter from Helicopter Training Squadron Eight at Naval Air Station (NAS) Whiting Field, flown by student pilot Navy LTjg David Dostal and instructor Navy LT. Teresa Ferry lands on the Navy Helicopter Landing Trainer (HLT), marking the 100,000th consecutive accident-free landing aboard Baylander.
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Museum ship Velos outside of Piraeus, 01 September 2017.204 views
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HMAS Derwent in company with HMAS Otama, August 1979203 views
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