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Ship- USS Baltimore (CA-68), Heavy Cruiser

USS Baltimore (CA 68)

U.S. Navy heavy cruiser U.S.S. Houston (CA-30)

Battleship USS Idaho bombarding Okinawa, 1945

USS St.Paul. 1968

USS Constitution with the battleships USS Texas and USS New York. Picture taken in 1934.

USS Vincennes (CA-44). The USS Vincennes was sunk during the Battle of Savo Island.

Battleship USS Pennsylvania and destroyers USS Shaw and USS Downes immediately following the Pearl Harbor raid.

USS Midway [CV-41] and USS Iowa [BB-61] in 1987. Both ships are now retired in Southern California.

USS Missouri

USS Randolph after a kamikaze attack, March 11, 1945

USS Enterprise aircraft carrier of the U.S. Navy


USS Wichita (CA-45) was a unique heavy cruiser of the United States Navy built in the 1930s. She was authorized by the 1929 Cruiser Act, laid down at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard in October 1935, launched in November 1937, and commissioned into the US Navy in February 1939

"MOTHER AND CHILDREN" Submarines nest alongside tender for replenishing in Tanapag Harbor, Saipan, November 11,1944. Vessels (left/right);USS Salmon,USS Saury,USS Besugo,USS Burrfish,USS Pipefish,USS SeaCat,USS Fulton AS-11 (tendor),USS Ronquil,USS Tamdor,USS Perch11,USS Pampanito,USS Archerfish & USS Searaven.

USS Canberra (CA 2) Heavy Cruiser later converted to a heavy guided missile cruiser.

Cruiser USS Ticonderoga.

USS Independence, USS Kitty Hawk, USS Constellation and USS Ranger. Bremerton, Wa

USS Baltimore (CA 68); Heavy Cruiser; Commissioned 15 Apr 1943

USS Brooklyn (Armored Cruiser # 3, CA-3), 1896-1921)