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Heavy cruiser USS Baltimore at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, 16 July 1944.

Heavy cruiser USS Baltimore at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, 16 July 1944.

Japanese cruiser Mogami, lead ship of the Mogami class of heavy cruisers in 1935, when she entered service in the Imperial Japanese Navy.[1980 × 1215]

Japanese cruiser Mogami, lead ship of the Mogami class of heavy cruisers in 1935, when she entered service in the Imperial Japanese Navy.[1980 × 1215]

This is the Mogami as a light cruiser with 15 6 inch guns. The entire class was up gunned to 10 8 inch guns shortly before The class had to be rebuilt shortly after completion as they were structurally weak.

Heavy cruiser USS Baltimore off Boston Navy Yard, 10 September 1943. She was the lead ship of her class of 14 heavy cruisers.

Heavy cruiser USS Baltimore off Boston Navy Yard, 10 September 1943. She was the lead ship of her class of 14 heavy cruisers.

Light cruiser KUMANO, before the "upgrade" to Heavy Cruiser (Changing the 15 6.1in Primary Armament to 10 8in).

Light cruiser KUMANO, before the "upgrade" to Heavy Cruiser (Changing the 15 6.1in Primary Armament to 10 8in).

USS Chicago (CA-29) was a Northampton class heavy cruiser of the United States Navy that served in the Pacific Theater in the early years of World War II.

USS Chicago (CA-29) was a Northampton class heavy cruiser of the United States Navy that served in the Pacific Theater in the early years of World War II.

IJN Heavy Cruiser Ashigara was the final vessel of the four-member Myōkō class of the Imperial Japanese Navy. 大日本帝国海軍妙高型重巡洋艦-足柄

IJN Heavy Cruiser Ashigara was the final vessel of the four-member Myōkō class of the Imperial Japanese Navy. 大日本帝国海軍妙高型重巡洋艦-足柄

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