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[Photo] USS Montpelier at Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States following overhaul, 21 Oct 1944; USS Indianapolis in background

USS Montpelier at Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States following overhaul, 21 Oct 1944; USS Indianapolis in background

USS Montpelier at Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States following overhaul, 18 Oct 1944, photo 2 of 2; note camouflage Measure 32, Design 11a.

Battleship USS California (BB-44) under construction at the Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, California, 1921.

Antique Pretty African American Women Photo Old Black History Americana

Antique Pretty African American Women Photo Old Black History Americana. https://blackhistoryphotos.com/collections/vintage-1940-present-photos-african-american

USS HOUSTON – USS Houston (CA-30) (originally designated CL-30), nicknamed the “Galloping Ghost of the Java Coast”, was a Northampton-class heavy cruiser of the United States Navy. She was the second Navy ship to bear the name “Houston” http://ift.tt/1OJ8GBv

USS PROVIDENCE 1968 Wellington – USS Providence (CL–82/CLG-6/CG-6), a Cleveland-class light cruiser was the fourth ship of the United States Navy to be named after the city of Providence, Rhode Island USS PROVIDENCE 1968 Wellington - USS Providence (CL–82/CLG-6/CG-6), a Cleveland-class light cruiser was the fourth ship of the United States Navy to be named after the city of Providence, Rhode Island.

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Balao-class submarine USS Tang, immediately after her launch at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California, 17 August 1943.

USS Marblehead (CL-12) was an Omaha class light cruiser of the United States Navy. She was the third Navy ship named for the town of Marblehead, Massachusetts. Marblehead was laid down on 4 August 1920 by William Cramp and Sons, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; launched on 9 October 1923.