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Watertaxi near SS Rotterdam233 views
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233 viewsBattleship Division Two in line abreast formation, 7 June 1954, in the Virginia Capes operating area, on the only occasion that all four Iowa class battleships were photographed operating together. Ship closest to the camera is USS Iowa (BB-61). The others are (from near to far): USS Wisconsin (BB-64); USS Missouri (BB-63) and USS New Jersey (BB-62). Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.
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USS Cobia commissioning231 viewsThe national ensign is saluted by Cobia's (SS-245) crew on 29 March 1944 during her commissioning.
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231 viewsUnited States' BB-63 USS Missouri right before being hit by a kamikaze Zero
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230 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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229 viewsCommissioned December 15 1945.
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227 viewsUSS Little Rock (CG 4) steaming with USS Saratoga (CV 60) and other units of the U.S. Sixth Fleet, en route to an anchorage near Gaeta, Italy, on 16 March 1976. The ships are returning from a training exercise.
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The Coast Guard Cutter COMANCHE tows the disabled and burning tanker SS COTTONWOOD CREEK under the Golden Gate Bridge and back into San Francisco.226 viewsOfficial caption reads: "BURNING VESSEL RETURNED TO PORT: The Coast Guard Cutter COMANCHE tows the disabled and burning tanker SS COTTONWOOD CREEK under the Golden Gate Bridge and back into San Francisco. The ship's master radioed the Coast Guard for help at 9:37 this morning saying he was disabled near Mile Rock Light Station and had a fire in the engine room. The Coast Guard responded with helicopters, patrol boats and the COMANCHE, and the fire was reported under control before noon. The Cutter COMANCHE towed the COTTONWOOD CREEK to anchorage 7 in San Francisco Bay (near Treasure Island). Cause of the fire is not yet known but the Coast Guard is conducting an investigation."; photo dated 23 March 1962.
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225 viewsHNLMS Schorpioen
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Tugboats PELHAM (1960) and RAE guide the WAVERTREE into the channel as the THOMAS J. BROWN (1962) stands by. South Street Seaport Museum’s Tall Ship Wavertree Sets Sail for Staten Island, May 21, 2015223 views
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Launch on 19 June 1915. Esther Ross, the daughter of an Arizona pioneer family, was given the honors of ship sponsor and christening.222 views
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