An overhead view of the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61) firing all 15 of its guns (nine 16-inch and six 5-inch) during a target exercise near Vieques Island.

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

USS New Jersey, USS Missouri, USS Long Beach

Nuclear Cruisers And Battleships: Check Out This Reagan Era Navy Photo

USS Rainier repleished New Jersey ca 1970 in Tonkin Gulf. US Navy battle line. Battleships USS New Jersey and USS Missouri and guided missile cruiser USS Long Beach

World Wide Aircraft Carriers Comparison (Jeff Head)

War command centers, no borders, no boundaries in international waters, cities afloat, no one can take on an aircraft carrier.

warship or fellowship built primarily for combat Images - Frompo

(Modern Ships) Russian Vessels - Comparison by Myss-Burrito on DeviantArt

Pictures of us navy ships in Vietnam War | Vietnam War, U.s. Navy Inshore Patrol Poster By Everett

Vietnam War, U.s. Navy Inshore Patrol Poster by Everett

Navy fast patrol craft of Coastal Division 11 patrols the Cai Ngay Canal in South Vietnam. Fast Patrol Craft on Cai Ngay canal 1970 National Archives

The USS John Paul Jones!!!  My favorite Destroyer. Hope to be on that ship when I go into the Navy... hopefully I will...

Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay (CG these things are never level, poor sea keeping abilities

Got a favorite U.S. aircraft carrier? Thanks to those who serve...

Got a favorite U. Thanks to those who serve. I have always been amazed by the skill of these pilots.

USS Alaska @ Sub Base Bangor

31262: USS Alaska (Source)

USS Alaska is a United States Navy Ohio-class ballistic missile submarine

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

Aircraft Carrier USS Midway and Battleship USS Iowa in Arabian Gulf, December 1987

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

The U.S. Navy's new littoral combat ship, USS Independence (LCS 2), is the lead ship for the Independence-class of littoral combat ships. She is the sixth ship of the U.S. Navy to be named for the concept of independence. With a trimaran hull, she carries a crew of 40 sailors; reaches speeds of 60mph; and weighs 2,700 tons. Independence is intended as a small assault transport that can take on flexible coastal missions as necessary. Independence is representative of the future of the U.S…

Navy's new littoral combat ship, USS Independence (LCS is the lead…

USS ZUMWALT -- DDG 1000 -- Heading out for Sea Trials Monday morning December 7, 2015. As it passes Fort Popham.

USS Zumwalt is a guided missile destroyer of the United States Navy.

USS Winston S. Churchill is a destroyer, based in Norfolk, Va. It is the only U.S. Navy vessel in active service named after a foreign dignitary. The ship is named in honor of Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill (1874-1965), best known for his courageous leadership as the British Prime Minister during World War II.:

USS Winston S.Churchill, an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer of the United States Navy and the only USN ship to be named after a non-American dignetary

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