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    USS Freedom- I love this ship.

    Dazzle Camo: USS Leviathan 1918

    Dazzle Ship USS West Mahomet (1918)

    A doorway on the USS Oriskany

    USS Freedom (LCS 1)


    USS Abe Lincoln U.S. Navy

    Byng Street on the Isle of Dogs around 1925 - huge Clippers used the docks to deliver cargo

    Cargo Ship, South Chicago

    Illustrated by John McCrady for the WPA War Services in Louisiana between 1941 and 1943, this poster warns about the dangers of carless talk about ship departures: "This happens when you talk to others about ship sailings. Let's make New Orleans a safe port of departure."

    "Pull together men - The Navy needs us!", poster created by Paul Boomhower in 1917 showing sailors rowing a boat for World War I. Originally it was produced as a color lithograph - innovative use of color.

    USS Constitution-1914

    USS Sea Shadow

    Sanuki Maru, built in the late 30s as a merchant cargo liner, requisitioned by the imperial japanese navy at the outbreak of war. Was converted into a seaplane carrier/cargo ship. Sunk in Jan 1945 off the coast of china by USS Spadefish. This photo taken in Vancouver (!) probably just before hostilities broke out. Photo Credit: City of Vancouver

    The USS Saratoga - the ship closest to Dad's heart . . .

    USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74)

    HMAS Ballarat is alongside USS Cowpens while in formation with USS George Washington. by Official U.S. Navy Imagery

    The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70), the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Bunker Hill (CG 52), and the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Halsey (DDG 97) transit in formation with Indian navy ships during Exercise Malabar 2012. Carl Vinson, Bunker Hill, and Halsey are part of Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 1, and are participating in the annual bi-lateral naval field training exercise with the Indian navy to advance multinational maritime relationship

    USS Shangri-La - My ship.