The Battleship USS Massachusetts: Lots of Firepower in a Small Package (for a Battleship) | The National Interest Blog

The Battleship USS Massachusetts: Lots of Firepower in a Small Package (for a Battleship) | The National Interest Blog

“USS Massachusetts (BB-59) laid up at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Virginia, on 3 January 1963. At that time she had been stricken from the Naval Vessel Register, but was awaiting preservation as a memorial. USS Uvalde (APA-88) is at right.” (NHHC: NH 72672)

“USS Massachusetts (BB-59) laid up at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Virginia, on 3 January 1963. At that time she had been stricken from the Naval Vessel Register, but was awaiting preservation as a memorial. USS Uvalde (APA-88) is at right.” (NHHC: NH 72672)

USS Massachusetts BB-59 Battleship Trumpeter 05306 1/350  New Ship Model Kit - Shore Line Hobby

USS Massachusetts BB-59 Battleship Trumpeter 05306 1/350 New Ship Model Kit - Shore Line Hobby

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USS Massachusetts (BB-59) - Wikipedia

USS Massachusetts (BB-59) - Wikipedia

Spanish-American War: USS Massachusetts (BB-2)

Spanish-American War: USS Massachusetts (BB-2)

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The battleship USS Massachusetts (BB-59) under way sometime in 1943. This angle reveals the immensity of the ship and the abundance of her secondary armament. In her day, just like her sisters, she was a floating fortress that feared no emeny

The battleship USS Massachusetts (BB-59) under way sometime in 1943. This angle reveals the immensity of the ship and the abundance of her secondary armament. In her day, just like her sisters, she was a floating fortress that feared no emeny

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1945:Four U.S. battlewagons of the Third Fleet maneuver into position a few minutes before opening their mighty guns on Imperial Iron Works at Kamaishi, on Honshu. The Navy did not identify these four ships, but said ships participating were the USS Massachusetts, South Dakota, Indiana, Quincy and Chicago.

1945:Four U.S. battlewagons of the Third Fleet maneuver into position a few minutes before opening their mighty guns on Imperial Iron Works at Kamaishi, on Honshu. The Navy did not identify these four ships, but said ships participating were the USS Massachusetts, South Dakota, Indiana, Quincy and Chicago.

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