USS Maryland BB-46 was torpedoed while anchored off Saipan during the assault on that island. The Type 91 aerial torpedo narrowly missed the similarly anchored USS Pennsylvania BB-38 and struck the port side of Maryland's bow, blasting a hole through and out the starboard side. The Navy promptly ceased anchoring in un-secured areas until the Okinawa campaign...when the Pennsylvania was torpedoed in the stern while at anchor.
16 in Colorado class battleship USS Maryland, 1944. Only lightly damaged at Pearl Harbor, she was swiftly back in service: thus she was never as extensively modernised as many of her compatriots. She served throughout the Pacific campaign, sustaining kamikaze strikes at Leyte Gulf in 1944 and Okinawa in 1945.