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mighty+mo+battleship+uss+missouri | Battleship Missouri Memorial Photo: The Mighty Mo

Battleship Missouri Memorial, Honolulu Picture: The Mighty Mo - Check out TripAdvisor members' candid photos and videos of Battleship Missouri Memorial

USS Montana Class, the last best dream class

USS Montana Class, the last best battleship class.

USS Missouri (BB-63) Battleship now docked permanently as a museum at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

So much fun touring this battle ship with the kids. USS Missouri Battleship now docked permanently as a museum at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

USS Missouri Battleship - The "Mighty Mo" fire power

USS Iowa fires a full broadside of nine and six cal guns during a target exercise near Vieques Island, Puerto Rico, on 1 July Shock waves are visible in the water (Photo Source: US Navy)

As was expected with the Montana-class if completed, Midway-class aircraft carriers were the first US Navy ships too big to transit the Panama canal. Description from operatorchan.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

USS Missouri (below) compared to the projected, but never built, Montana-class battleships. Five Montana-class battleships had been planned by the US Navy.

All four Iowa-class battleships steaming together (1954). 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).

All four Iowa-class battleships steaming together Ship closest to the camera is USS Iowa The others are (from near to far): USS Wisconsin USS Missouri and USS New Jersey

Broadside from a U.S. Navy Iowa-class battleship.  The days of ship-to-ship clashes at sea may be largely over with, but you don't want to be on a shoreline that intelligence officers decide needs to be softened up for a Leatherneck landing with one of these babies!

6 Images of Abandoned Weaponry You Won't Believe Are Real

The Iowa-class battleship USS Iowa fires a full broadside of her Mark 7 guns.

Iowa Class Battleships Are The Widest Ships To Ever Use The Panama Canal

Iowa-class Battleships Transiting the Panama Canal The canals are 110 feet wide, an Iowa-class battleship has a beam of 108 feet. Panamax freighters, the widest ships able to transit the Panama Canal.

mighty+mo+battleship+uss+missouri | USS Missouri BB 63 by tr4br

USS Missouri ("Mighty Mo" or "Big Mo") is a United States Navy Iowa-class battleship, and was the fourth ship of the U. Navy to be named in ho.

USS Missouri Battleship (BB-63)

Information, photos and AIS vessel tracker for the Ship USS Missouri (IMO 0000000

USS Missouri (BB-63) ("Mighty Mo" or "Big Mo") is a United States Navy Iowa-class battleship, and was the third ship of the U.S. Navy to be named in honor of the US state of Missouri. Missouri was the last battleship built by the United States, and was the site of the surrender of the Empire of Japan which ended World War II.

US Missouri - This shipped was launched in 1944 and was officially the last ship commissioned by the USA and has earned 11 battle stars

USS Missouri leading USS Iowa into Tokyo Bay Japan 30 August 1945. Note destroyer USS Nicholas in escort.

Battleship USS Missouri leading battleship USS Iowa into Tokyo Bay, Japan, 30 Aug destroyer USS Nicholas in escort. (US Naval History & Heritage Command).

Battleship USS Missouri on her Atlantic shakedown cruise August 1944.

Battleship USS Missouri on her Atlantic shakedown cruise August

mighty+mo+battleship+uss+missouri | Battleship Missouri BB-63

USS Missouri known as "The Mighty Mo". I was fortunate to take a "dependents" cruise aboard the USS Missouri. My late husband, a career Navy Officer, was on the bridge, summer of I think.

C-1905 US Battleship Missouri Navy Military Great White Fleet postcard 12252

C-1905 US Battleship Missouri Navy Military Great White Fleet postcard 12252

US Battleship Missouri Navy Military Great White Fleet postcard 12252

USS Missouri - not everyone can say their grandfather fought during WWII! #proud

Hundreds of Sailors on the USS Missouri witnessing the document signing ceremony of the unconditional surrender of the Japanese OFFICIALLY ending World War II (September