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The Wisconsin (BB-64) was launched under the sponsorship of Wisconsin political leader Walter S. Goodland and his wife on 7 December 1943.

The Wisconsin was launched under the sponsorship of Wisconsin political leader Walter S. Goodland and his wife on 7 December

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

Battleship USS Wisconsin (BB-64), an Iowa class battleship, one of the largest battleships ever build by the U.S. Navy, now berthed at Nauticus in Norfolk, Virginia.

USS Wisconsin - Battleship USS Wisconsin an Iowa class battleship, one of the largest battleships ever build by the U. Navy, now berthed at Nauticus in Norfolk, Virginia. Here the last rays of the setting sun light up her sides with a coppery glow.

USS Wisconsin (BB 64), stern view underway during sea trials, 29August 1988.

USS Wisconsin (BB stern view underway during sea trials, Uncle Harry Robinson's ship. He was a plank owner who manned the rear port guns (seen on the left side in this image).

USS Wisconsin  BB-64 - Norfolk, VA   Z

USS Wisconsin Iowa-class battleship docked in Norfolk VA.

USS Antietam (CV-36), USS Ranier (AE-5) and USS Wisconsin (BB-64)  Korea 1952

USS Antietam (CV-36), USS Ranier (AE-5) and USS Wisconsin (BB-64) Korea 1952

NH 97206-KN | NH 97206-KN (Color): USS Wisconsin (BB-64). Un… | Flickr

NH (Color): USS Wisconsin Underway at sea, circa Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph.

Pre-war picture of 14 in battleship USS Nevada, taken from an observation balloon tethered to her - date unknown. She is best known for being the only battleship to get under way during the Pearl Harbor attack of 7 December 1941, having to be beached to prevent her sinking, but returning to service much modernised to serve with distinction in both Europe and the Pacific.

Pre-war picture of 14 in battleship USS Nevada, taken from an observation balloon tethered to her - date unknown. She is best known for being the only battleship to get under way during the Pearl Harbor attack of 7 December 1941, having to be beached to prevent her sinking, but returning to service much modernised to serve with distinction in both Europe and the Pacific.

My dad, Alan J. Campbell, served aboard the USS North Carolina during World War 2. This ship was in more battles than any other ship in Naval history. Here I have recounted word for word my dads recollections about getting hit by a torpedo while in the Pacific.    Battleships of World War 2 - The #USS #North #Carolina #BB-55

Battleships of World War 2 - The USS North Carolina BB-55

My dad, Alan J. Campbell, served aboard the USS North Carolina during World War…

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