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North Carolina (BB-55) anchored off the Puget Sound Navy Yard, Washington, 24 September 1944

North Carolina (BB-55) anchored off the Puget Sound Navy Yard, Washington, 24 September 1944

USS Yorktown (CV-10) running trials, 30 September 1944, after a refit at the Puget Sound Navy Yard

USS Yorktown (CV-10) running trials, 30 September 1944, after a refit at the Puget Sound Navy Yard

USS Washington (BB-56), the only American battleship to sink an enemy battleship (IJN Kirishima) during a war in a "one on one" combat at night. This great warship is the second of North Carolina class!

USS Washington (BB-56), the only American battleship to sink an enemy battleship (IJN Kirishima) during a war in a "one on one" combat at night. This great warship is the second of North Carolina class!

September 13, 1945: USS Enterprise CV-6 on sea trials following repairs at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.

September 13, 1945: USS Enterprise CV-6 on sea trials following repairs at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.

USS Tennessee (BB-43). Underway in Puget Sound, Washington, on 12 May 1943, after modernization. Note the greatly increased beam that was one element of this work. Photograph from the Bureau of Ships

USS Tennessee (BB-43). Underway in Puget Sound, Washington, on 12 May 1943, after modernization. Note the greatly increased beam that was one element of this work. Photograph from the Bureau of Ships

Battleship North Carolina - Wilmington. This is so much fun and a great way to learn about history/battle ships. Go on a MILD day or you will burn UP!

Battleship North Carolina - Wilmington. This is so much fun and a great way to learn about history/battle ships. Go on a MILD day or you will burn UP!

August, 1942 photo just before USS Washington (BB-56) leaving the East coast for the Pacific. A Kingfisher seaplane is visible at the stern, getting ready to be hoisted aboard.

August, 1942 photo just before USS Washington (BB-56) leaving the East coast for the Pacific. A Kingfisher seaplane is visible at the stern, getting ready to be hoisted aboard.

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