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TONY CURTIS (aka Bernard Schwartz) serving in World War II. Before he reinvented himself as a Hollywood star, Curtis served in the U.S. Navy during WWII. He was seventeen years old when Japan surrendered to the Allied Forces in Toyko bay, where he was stationed. He witnessed the historic signing ceremony aboard his ship, the U.S.S. Proteus.

from Mail Online

Legendary USS Enterprise, the world's first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, officially decommissioned after 51 years

USS Enterprise (CVN-65) Aircraft Carrier (USA) #navy #proud

from theCHIVE

Friday Firepower: Awesome high-res Aircraft Carriers (23 HQ Photos)

USS Nimitz


Take a good look at this Mr. Cameron , this is what the UK should have , not the promise of the use of some old French crap .


The Sea Shadow is a unique top-secret stealth ship that cost the US government $195 million. Now, you can buy it in an online auction for $100,000. But you won’t be able to take it for a spin – the ship is to be broken down into scrap metal.


Submarine US Navy...I could put this in "The Nav" but figured I'd go here...there's nothing like an Unrep / Vertrep at sea, especially sub style, with a SH-46 helo. Ah...Flight Quarters!

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The USS Independence: One of the US Navy's newest warships.

The USS Independence: One of the US Navys newest warships. does this remind anyone of the Empire's ships from Star Wars?


US Navy Sailors' Secret UFO Photos A secretive set of photographs has emerged showing two unidentified objects near a US Navy submarine. The pictures, which had been withheld from public release for years, are believed to have been taken in 1971 by sailors aboard the USS Trepang submarine during a mission near Iceland. The grainy photographs include one of a black triangular object flying low over the water and a series of shots showing a large cigar-shaped object which appears to crash…


Very Rare WWII Enigma Cipher Machine. This highly important three-rotor Enigma deciphering machine was used by the Nazis during World War II. It is believed that acquisition of an Enigma, and the subsequent deciphering of the German codes by the Allies, shortened the war in Europe by at least two years. Examples of Enigma machines are exceptionally rare and almost all known models are in museums.